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A KEYINGHAM couple are raising funds for a high-tech hospital machine which helped their 15-month-old son to breathe and saved his life.

Lindsay Cockitt and Lee Farndale’s 15-month-old son Ollie received support from the Airvo 2 machine after he was rushed to Hull Royal lnfirmary struggling to breathe last month. The machine is a new piece of equipment which is one of two currently on trial at the hospital. It features a humidifier with an integrated flow source that delivers high flows of air and oxygen mixtures to patients, through two small nasal tubes.   ...[read more]

   
       
     
 

A £950,000 scheme to improve the road surface along Hornsea’s main shopping area and two of the town’s major roundabouts is now complete.

East Riding of Yorkshire Council’s contractors began work in September to resurface the full length of the road in Newbegin, between Market Place and Cliff Road, with most of the work being carried out at night to avoid disruptions.   ...[read more]

   
       
     
 

EAST RIDING residents are the number one recyclers in the country – for the second year running!

Government figures released on Tuesday, (December 11), show East Riding of Yorkshire Council recycles more household waste than any other council in England.   ...[read more]

   
       
 
   
       
 
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EASINGTON United’s first team squad capped a very productive day for the club with a superb performance to inflict upon leaders Beverley Town Reserves their first league defeat of the season.

In a thoroughly entertaining affair at Low Farm, The Eastenders extended their own unbeaten run to four in all competitions – although to do so they had to win the game twice! ....[read more]

   
       
   
 

ROOS continue to battle against the odds and are still struggling with injuries to key players, illnesses, work commitments and various other things and they suffered a big home loss against AFC Bilton on Saturday, going down 7-3 after an exciting first half had finished 3-3.

With captain Dan Smith away on holiday until early January, Matty Carrick and Taylor Pentecost withdrew from the squad on Saturday morning to present the manager with yet another headache.   ...[read more]

   
       
     
 

THE FIRST visit of Beverley 2nds saw an excellent game of rugby, played in the right spirit. In a cagey first 20 minutes the visitors to Fouracre Park showed that they had strength in all areas of the pitch, but the home team went toe to toe with them to keep the score close in the early encounters.

Concerted pressure from Beverley against resolute Withernsea defence saw the visitors choose to kick a hardearned penalty to lead 3-0, but Withernsea responded well by taking the game up-field and levelling the score with a penalty of their own.  ...[read more]

   
         
         
         
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