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Good evening. Welcome to Look North. On the front line, we hear from a

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Humberside Police officer who faced the rioters in London. It was

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difficult to digest some of the things we saw and the fear in

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people's faces. Residents call for these flats to

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be pulled down because they are not fit to live in. They are ugly. They

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are dirty. They need to come down. It is like we are put on stand boy

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falls -- standby. After more than 74 years, the last

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daily edition of the Scunthorpe Telegraph goes on sale.

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And find out why people in at Skegness are taking extra care of

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the Jolly fisherman. Cloudy skies to end the day but it

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is looking brighter for the weekend. Good evening. A police officer has

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today described the moment he was thrust into the heart of the London

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riots. Both the Humberside and Lincolnshire forces have been

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providing support to the Metropolitan Police since the

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outbreak of violence earlier this week. A unit from Humberside Police

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has just returned from the capital where specially trained riot

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officers have been protecting homes and businesses from looters.

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This was the moment a unit from Humberside Police swung into action

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on the streets of east London. On Tuesday, hundreds of officers from

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across the country were drafted into the capital to try to prevent

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-- prevent a repeat of the previous night's violence. One of them was

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this inspector based in north Lincolnshire. The people were happy

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we were there, particularly when they found out that we had come

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from Humberside. They appreciated us coming down. It is difficult to

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digest when you turn up at a scene and there are police carriers

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smashed, commercial metal bins in the road to attempt to block them

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off and bins on fire and police in full riot gear with helmets and

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shields. It is certainly a scene you would expect to see in Northern

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Ireland but not on the streets of the nation's capital. Both

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Humberside and Lincolnshire police say they are looking into incidence

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of people using social networking websites to stir up trouble at the

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height of this week's riots in English cities. In Grimsby, a 21-

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year-old man has been arrested. Here in Humberside we have not seen

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it back disorder but some people were trying to use social

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networking sites and same for example, congregate at a shopping

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centre at a particular time, and there will be trouble. We realised

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that we needed to do something about that. We monitor the sights

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and where appropriate we visit someone at their home, tell them it

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is totally unacceptable and in more serious cases, we are considering

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prosecutions. Humberside police say they will have extra officers on

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the streets this weekend. There is nothing to suggest there is any

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major threat of disorder but the police say it is important that

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law-abiding members of the public can go about their business piece

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police. -- peacefully. In a moment, the weed clogging up

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our rivers and waterways that is costing millions of pounds to

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remove. People living in tower blocks in Hull have been told that

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they will have to wait another three months before a decision is

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made on whether their homes will be demolished. One mum says that her

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flat is simply not fit to live in. She has started a petition asking

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the City Council to speed up its decision. At our correspondent is

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on the Orchard Park Estate now. Why are the residents having to wait to

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find out about their futures? problem is that Hull City Council

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were told by the government that they would be given a one-off money

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to build a 600 new affordable homes -- enough money. The council had

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told that the people living here that they would have new homes and

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that these blocks would be demolished a stop with the

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government finances coming under pressure, the money was withdrawn

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earlier this year and that has left the council trying to decide if it

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can destroy 8700 council properties when it has no where else to put

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tenants. it is damp, the frames are rotten. It is ruined. For Laura

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Patterson, getting out of her flat cannot come soon enough. You can

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smell the faeces in the rooms. You think that is raw sewage? Yes. My

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carpet was soaked. I am on benefits. I have got a little one and I am on

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my own. I cannot afford to do it. She says that the damp aggravates

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her two-year old son's Asper. She waits and waits for repairs.

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were all supposed to have double glazing before 2010. Where is it?

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She has started a petition calling for the Orchard Park Estate tower

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blocks to be knocked down. Those who have signed did say that Hull

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City Council cannot leave them waiting. They are ugly and dirty

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and need to come down. We have had a letter saying that everything is

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on hold. They are doing a review. At the present moment, we are in

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limbo. One minute they had the money and now we are not allowed it

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because of the cutbacks. It is putting our state to shame. Power

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blocks sprang up in the early 60s and where a relatively quick and

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cheap way to clear slum housing. But instead of solving the

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country's housing problems, they became the issue. Hull City Council

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does not know if it can afford to knock these ones down. With the

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government withdrawing the money, we do believe that we now have to

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seriously look at improving the flaps and whether or not it is

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cost-effective to retain the flat. We will find that out of. What

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Laura Patterson and other families want is for the decision to be made

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sooner. What have the cash source said to be residents about this?

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-- of what has the council said? ASBO to a council earlier who said

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that he had sympathy. But this is too big a decision to be rushed

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through. It involves too much money to make a hasty decision. He says

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that when it has been through all of the committees, the result of

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the review will not be known until November. I have been told that it

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is quite likely that four of these powers will be knocked it down. The

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other three will have to be renovated because many of the flats

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have been condemned. Dozens of jobs could be created in

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Lincoln after a firm won a multi- million-pound government contract.

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Mass will work on an electronic warfare project for the Ministry of

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Defence. It is thought that up to 50 jobs could be created as a

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result. Preparations are being made by the

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last weekend of trading at Hull's TJ Hughes stock. The company went

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into administration in June. The company on Ferensway employs 51

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people and will close on Sunday. A Lincolnshire man whose son was

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killed in Afghanistan has set off on a charity walk. Christine Bonner

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and her team set off from Gainsborough and was spent the next

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10 days crossing four candies. They are raising money for the Army

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Benevolent Fund after Hassan Corporal Darren Bonner was killed

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in 2007. -- after her son was killed. They took the most precious

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thing from me. I need to do this. While there are out there in Afghan

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and those awful places, they know that we are here fighting their

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corner. After 74 years, the last daily

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edition of the Scunthorpe Telegraph has been published. From next week,

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it will become a weekly paper. The company says it has made the news

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because of tensing reading -- changing reading habits.

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It is the end of an era for Scunthorpe's daily paper but this

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is about more than sentiment. Newsagents across the local area

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say it is also going to hit trade. If you make per -- 10 p per copy

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and you are selling a lot of copies a day, you are looking at hundreds

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of pounds a week when you have two or three shops. The company that

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owns the Telegraph has blamed the recession and readers are changing

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habits. The first 140 page weekly edition comes out next Thursday.

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is sad that there are going to be fewer journalists are there.

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Regional newspapers employ most of the journalists at a local level.

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There are few bigger names in the history of the paper than this

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photographer. He was among the first at the scene at an explosion

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where many people died. It was the only job where I cried for just a

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few seconds, tears welled up in my eyes. I sobbed a little bit. Then

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you have to get on with the job. This man has been a loyal reader

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since he was a boy but is disappointed that the changes. Will

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you buy it when it goes weekly? Why not? 160 pages, I will be sat

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there for a week reading. And it will all be its old news. For 74

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years, buying the local paper has been a big part of the daily ritual

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year. The owners of the Scunthorpe Telegraph will be hoping that their

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weekly edition can command the same sort of loyalty. Losing the daily

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edition could also mean losing jobs. The company, unavailable for

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comment today, it has not ruled out compulsory redundancies.

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I am joined by it John Meehan, the editor of the Hull Daily Mail. I

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asked him if it was a sad day for Scunthorpe. A it is the end of an

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era for Scunthorpe Telegraph having its last daily publication but it

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continues and from next week, genuinely, it will be bigger and

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better. Staff at three of our local papers

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have been on strike for several weeks over proposed cuts. Is the

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local paper itself doomed? Not at all. Reports of our death are

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vastly exaggerated. You genuinely believe that? I genuinely believe

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that. We are in good health. The business is challenging -- more

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challenging than they used to be but mainly a business that is it

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not more challenging than it used to be. I can talk about Hull and

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the Daily Mail, we have more journalists on the ground than any

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other organisation. If a paper is going once a week like Scunthorpe

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Telegraph, it is going to be old news. It will not be a week old.

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Lots of news in the Scunthorpe Telegraph currently is unique. It

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is published on a daily basis. It will be published on a weekly basis

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going forward. Much of it is time this. Backed the that is plainly

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will appear on the website so readers and users of the Scunthorpe

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Telegraph will not miss out. They are going to carry on with the

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website. People read your website. Why don't you charge for the

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website? That is something we may do going forward. There is no

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decision on that. It is not something we are actively working

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towards. Other media organisations are doing that and we are watching

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it with interest. Will it be the last of our daily papers that end

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up going weekly? I do not know. Across the industry, others will

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follow suit. That is... Locally? don't know. I really do not know.

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For some newspapers, it is the natural thing for them to do. If

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that means that they are sustainable and continue to provide

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an excellent service to their communities, then that is the right

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thing to happen and I am sure that readers in Scunthorpe will

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appreciate their new weekly I'd be interested to hear your

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thoughts on this. Do you still buy a local newspaper? If not, why not?

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We will have some of your responses on the local newspapers before we

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finish at 7pm. Thank you for watching this Friday night. Still

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ahead: How part of the Chinese Olympic squad will be training at

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this East Yorkshire venue for London 2012.

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Find out why the jolly fisherman is still smiling after more than

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We have had fantastic pictures over the years but tonight is a winner.

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It is taken from the ferry, the pride of Rotterdam looking down

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spurn Point. Thank you. Another picture on Monday. Lisa, Good

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evening. How why you? Very good. Kevin says I saw a strange object

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in Hull, it is always nice to see peter out and about. A strange

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orange object! It made me giggle. Next week will be so different.

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Hopefully, it will be Weather-wise. We have seen a lot of rain,

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tomorrow it promises to be bright. Brightening up through the

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afternoon. The weather front will cross over us tonight and a damp

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start with improving conditions The cloud is bringing outbreaks of

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patchy rain and drizzle and will continue this evening. At midnight

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there will be clearer spells before cloud thickens again with patchy

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rain arriving by the end of the night. With the cloud, a mild

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tonight, temperatures no lower than 15 degrees. The sun rises in the

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So, tomorrow, a mild start, cloudy, dull and damp first thing but

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clearing out to the North Sea in the morning. It will brighten up

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from the West. A fair bit of cloud, the cloud will remain broken.

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Bright or sunny spells at times. A moderate south-westerly wind with

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temperatures around 20 degrees. Mild towards the wash. Some patchy

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rain overnight into Sunday but Sunday, a variable cloud, sunny

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spells, the risk of occasional showers but many places they drive.

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Temperatures down to 21 degrees. The rain returns on Tuesday.

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Somebody called Rupert is setting up a tribute site to you. I

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censored some of the e-mail because none of us want to hear about it.

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Have a good weekend. Things will be different next week.

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Rivers and canals in East Yorkshire and Lincolnshire have been taken

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over by this - a blanket of weed. Many of our waterways have seen an

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increase of algae in recent months brought on by the mild weather and

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drought. And it's costing millions of pounds to remove. Our

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environment correspondent Caroline On our rivers. On our canals. A

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thick green blanket of algae is taking over our waterways and it's

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not just on the surface. This is what has been scooped up off the

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bottom of the river freshney in Grimsby this week. On one day alone

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eight truck loads of sludge were removed from just one stretch of

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the river. I have three machines doing control at the moment,

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another machine, and a third machine on the river near Market

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Rasen. Numerous factors have lead to the infestation - the mild

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weather, recent drought which has slowed the flow of water and the

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heavy rain which has washed fertilisers off the land adding

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nutrients to the water. But removing it is costly - the

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environment agency spend �8 million a year removing weed.

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If we leave it to become excessive, it will hold back water flows

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increasing water levels and putting properties at risk of flooding

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quicker. This canal in Grantham is almost static which means the weed

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can thrive. And it acts like a carpet on top of the water. It

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blocks out sunlight from reaching the canal bed. It effectively

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starves the water of oxygen. Last year large amounts of fish died not

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too far from here as a result. British Waterways is another

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organisation trying to keep things flowing. We are talking about

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hundreds of thousands of pounds on the Grantham Canal alone we

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budgeted for �30,000 worth of work to deal with the weed. But where

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the weed continues to grow budgets are shrinking. In the future

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clearing canals could rest on the shoulders of volunteers - we may

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all need to do our bit to help keep China was the most successful

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nation at the last Olympic games winning more medals than any other.

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And today the country has announced it will be using East Yorkshire as

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one of it's training camps. Some of their best athletes will be at

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Bishop Burton college, to train for the modern pentathlon. Here's our

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Olympic correspondent Simon Clark. It is a combination of fencing,

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shooting, and show jumping and the pentathlon centre will play host to

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the Chinese team ahead of 2012. It's taken years of talks to

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persuade the Chinese to come to Yorkshire. It is so exciting, a

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fantastic opportunity. It is the end of the journey that started in

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at 2007 when we heard the news about London and through our cabin

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to the ring. When the Chinese get hit, they will find a tranquil

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village of 1000 inhabitants surrounded by farms with the focal

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point the village green. They could not be more different from China

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where they are based. The population has grown from a 850,000

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to 14 million. The main industries of food and machinery. It claims to

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be the world's Panda breeding centre. And this woman would be one

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of those heading here. She is the 2009 winner. She was incredibly

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quick then so I expect her to be a very good. Certainly by the

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Olympics. News of China's choice has been delighted -- met with

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delight. I like it. I want to see everybody to come here to eat. I am

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very pleased. I hope they will see me. When you consider the team will

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be training here in a few months' time in preparation for the Olympic

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Games, that is a cause for celebration in east Yorkshire.

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Good news for Bishop Burton. The former British tennis number one

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Katie O'Brien has announced her retirement. Katie from Hessle in

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East Yorkshire has been competing for seven years as a professional.

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She lost in the first round at Wimbledon this year and says the

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World Team Tennis event in America last month was her final

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competition. Retiring at 25. A happy retirement to her X-Men --!

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. Hull FC are putting speculation about coach Richard Agar's future

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behind them ahead of tonight's match against Catalan Dragons.

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Eighth-placed Hull need a win to keep their play-off hopes intact -

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after a home defeat against defending champions Wigan in their

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last league match two weeks ago. And you can hear the game live on

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BBC Radio Humberside tonight - Sportstalk is on air right now.

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Elsewhere, and Grimsby Town start their second season in the Blue

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Square Premier league tomorrow with several new signings but without

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last season's star striker. Bookmakers have given the Mariners

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seven to one odds of being promoted back to the Football League, as

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Phillip Norton reports. It's been a difficult few seasons

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for the Mariners - the painful memories of relegation from the

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league last year are only just starting to fade. After a mediocre

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first season in the Blue Square Premier, there's a new team in town

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- management duo Paul Hurst and Rob Scott are hoping to bring stability

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and success to Blundell Park. or nine teams genuinely feel they

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have a good chance of promotion and we are one of them. You want to be

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in the mix. That is what we joined the club. And when I say it's a new

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team - it pretty much is. No less than nine new players signed up

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over the summer. But those going out included last season's top

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scorer Alan Connell. In his place, new strike force Anthony Elding and

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Liam Hearn. I know a little bit about Liam from a non League so I

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like to keep a lookout and we have done really well. Hopefully, we

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have got a fair share of goals. management team haven't ruled out

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further signings over the next few weeks either. But what can the fans

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expect? Most fans will... There have been false dawns before so

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they will see how it goes. A difficult summer with new managers

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coming in and there has been good results pre-season and some not so

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good. We will wait and see what happens. The Mariners haven't won

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an opening day fixture at home for five years - they'll be looking to

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change that against Fleetwood Town tomorrow.

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And Scunthorpe United have been drawn against Premier League side

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Newcastle United for the second round of the Carling Cup. The Iron

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beat Accrington Stanley in Round one and will play Newcastle at

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Glanford Park in two weeks' time. This man might be 103 years old,

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the famous jolly fisherman Ascot. It can often be seen roaming around

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the resort entertaining visitors. Now, someone you to look after him.

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As the mayor he has any responsibility. They've become the

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latest custodians of this iconic figure. The famous the Jolly

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Fisherman, the slogan has been selling Skegness for 103 years.

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never said anything about looking after an old fisherman but I'm sure

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he would do an excellent job. He is a real magnet. One of the best

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things we have got. Responsibility for the famous faces fall into East

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Lindsey District Council. The decision to say goodbye is down to

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financial savings. People love him. Just walk around the town. John is

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a local historian and says the image created is as important now

:25:32.:25:38.

as it was when it was first commissioned in 19 08. It was

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putting bums on seats. They had to produce something that poke you in

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the eye and it did. At the time, 19 08, it was art nouveau period, more

:25:49.:25:56.

elitist. It was a breath of fresh air. You see him on the tourist

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guides, he is the symbol of Skegness. He seems to attract

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everybody. It's amazing. One symbol like that can mean so much.

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transference of care for the famous old man will be gradual. Already,

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his new guardians are ushering people they have no plans to change

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:26:25.:26:31.

him and why would they? After 103 Let's get a recap of the national

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and regional headlines: The Prime Minister visits police as officers

:26:34.:26:36.

hit back at criticism of their tactics during this week's riots.

:26:36.:26:39.

A Humberside police officer who faced the rioters in London says it

:26:39.:26:46.

was difficult to accept the scenes on the streets of the capital. A

:26:46.:26:56.
:26:56.:26:58.

damp start with patchy light rain. Response on the subject of the

:26:58.:27:03.

Scunthorpe Telegraph going weekly. Mark says it is a shame for their

:27:03.:27:08.

readers and employees. Information on the internet is costing jobs.

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Another, we read more on the internet. The echo is a habit. No

:27:14.:27:23.

one will buy it any more, rest in peace, the Telegraph. Sarah, not

:27:23.:27:27.

worried about the Telegraph, it will be full of weekly rubbish

:27:27.:27:32.

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