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THE fate of the minor injury units (MIUs) at Withernsea and Hornsea Hospitals could be finally decided now that Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt has referred the matter to an independent panel. It means the latest chapter in the fight to retain both hospitals’ MIUs and the beds at Withernsea is about to unfold.  ...[read more]

   
       
     
 

THE OWNERS of a garden centre in Sigglesthorne have been fined £18,000 by magistrates for selling items which posed a serious fire risk to customers. Hornsea Garden Centre which is run by Lincolnshire based Woodthorpe Hall Garden Centre Ltd, was found to be selling cushions and upholstered furniture which did not have the appropriate fire safety labelling.  ...[read more]

   
       
     
 

ONE of the largest port development sites in the UK has come to market in Holderness.
Associated British Ports (ABP) has launched a 453 acre site called Humber International Enterprise Park, between the BP Chemicals site at Saltend and the village of Paull and Cushman and Wakefield have been appointed as sole marketing agent. ...[read more]

   
       
 
   
       
 
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ROOS FC completed their pre-season programme on September 6 with a mightily-impressive performance in a 3-0 away win at Hornsea Town Reserves on the 4G at Hornsea School.
Sam Huteson scored twice and Mitch Proby added a third as the visitors dominated one of their Division Two rivals this season, in a superb team display that was described as one of the best seen by the manager in his 16-year involvement with the club.
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HORNSEA secured a fine victory over Hullensians in their opening East District Merit League 1 fixture, writes Steve Crook.
Steve Arnott’s men had to fight hard to sustain a lead in their first clash of the new season, but once they had settled down, they pulled away from their Hull based opponents and were well worth their bonus point win.
Tries from Matt Smallwood (2), Mark Thomas, Dom Stevens and Martin Dosdale - together with two conversions apiece from Adam Waller and Rich Pooley, sealed victory for Arnott’s side. ...(read more)

   
       
     
 

HULL KINGSTON Rovers are back in the Super League at the first attempt, Saturday’s gutsy 12-6 success at home to Widnes Vikings sealing their place back in the top-flight of rugby league.
With Warrington Wolves edging out Leigh Centurions on the same day, victory at KCOM Craven Park was enough to secure promotion with two games in the Super 8s Qualifiers still to play.  ...(read more)

   
         
         
         
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