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    Saltend’s cutting edge plant breaks new ground  
   

MORE THAN 150 jobs are set to be created at the world’s first wood chip acetylation plant at the Saltend Chemicals Park, it
has been revealed.

Thirty permanent jobs and 130 mid-term jobs will be created during the construction period with the plant due to be completed by Tricoya Technologies Ltd in early 2019.  ...[read more]

 
       
    Pupils’ stand-out spirit wins Greenpower Award  
   

STUDENTS from Hornsea School and Language College were rewarded for their impressive spirit at the Project Blyth electric kit car event at Hull’s KCOM Stadium.
They raced a self-built electric racing car known as Formula 24 (F24) against other school teams from the area at the event organised by the Greenpower Education Trust which was supported by The Careers and Enterprise Company, and Green Port Hull.  ...[read more]

 
       
     
   

A DROP-IN event and workshop held to provide an update on a habitat creation project on the Humber estuary have been hailed a success.
Details of the project, which will run from the Outstrays to Skeffling, were recently outlined by the Environment Agency and Associated British Ports (ABP) at two separate events in Welwick and Skeffling. The project will see a 1,000 acre natural habitat site be created for estuarine wildlife.  ...[read more]

 
       
       
       
  Sports News...  
           
    Encouragement despite defeat  
   

ALTHOUGH beaten 4-0, there were plenty of positives to be taken from the Eastenders’ first friendly of pre-season at home to Westella & Willerby.
Two goals conceded in the last three minutes of the game put a harsh slant on a scoreline against an Eastenders’ line-up littered with youngsters.  ...(read more)

 
       
Heavy defeats for both Hornsea sides  
   

HULL Zingari won the toss and not surprisingly chose to put Hornsea in to bat on what was probably the most difficult wicket Hornsea have played on this season.
A steady foundation was laid by Rob I’anson (22) and Paul Clappison (28) with 40 being put on for the first wicket before only Ash McKinley (23) and Chris Charles (28) offered any substantial support. Batting was difficult as regular low bounce inhibited the normally free scoring batsmen and assisted the steady bowling attack.  ...(read more)

 
       
    Cup success for young Vikings at home of Hull KR  
   

HOLDERNESS Vikings under 15s earned a well-deserved 25-14 victory over East Hull, in the Selles Medical Cup Final played at KCOM Craven Park last Saturday.
It all started very well for the young Vikings, as straight from the kick-off, East Hull lost the ball on their own 10 metre line and quick thinking by Brandon Greaves at acting-half, gave a quick ball to Aiden Wilcox who burst his way over the line, for a try converted by Dylan Harman, to open the scoring; 6-0.  ...(read more)

 
           
           
           
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