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    Over the Blue moon  

BLUE is the colour for Hornsea, which is one of only two resorts in the East Riding to be awarded Blue Flag status for its beaches.
Withernsea has been given a Resort Seaside Award for the second year running..  ............[read more]

    Gambling addict, 29, stole £488,000 from employers  

A GAMBLING addict went from a £100-aweek barman to master criminal in the space of two months, stealing £488,000 from a company which sold legal highs.
Daniel Collinson, 29, never told the six directors of PGD Limited that he had been addicted to gambling since the age of 10 when they recruited him as finance director in charge of their Barclays business account.  ............[read more]

TWO people were airlifted to Hull Royal Infirmary after a crash near Leven at the junction of the A165 with the A1035 Beverley Road, known locally as the White Cross Roundabout. The accident on Sunday involved two cars and left several people injured. Both vehicles a Fiat Punto and a Vauxhall Astra, were travelling towards White Cross Roundabout, from the direction of Tickton.  ...........[read more]
  Sports News...  
    Early strike ends Easington’s hopes  

HEDON Rangers deservedly sealed a second successive South Holderness Cup win, beating Easington United 4-0 at Low Farm on Monday night.

Two goals inside the opening eight minutes and a third on the stroke of half-time proved decisive for Rangers who saw things out comfortably after the break. ...............(read more)

    Vikings still looking for their first win  
ANOTHER chance for the Vikings’ first points of the season slipped through their grasp as a high scoring game went down to the wire and had plenty of controversy.
Vikings opened the scoring with a great score from winger Mark Sansam, who latched onto a great cross-field kick from stand-off Dan Suddaby.  ..............(read more)
    Youth Club finishes on top in annual Dave Iley memorial match  

WITH a brand new trophy up for grabs, the annual Dave Iley memorial game got underway on Sunday May 3 and as usual an exciting and entertaining match took place, with the Youth Club XI coming out on top.  ..........(read more)

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