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Good evening, and welcome to BBC Look North.

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The headlines tonight: Thousands of jobs could be created

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as the government gives cash to bring new business to the Humber.

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I'm in the heart of the new enterprise zone. Ministers say it

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will open the floodgates to prosperity. The full story in a

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moment. Four years after fire destroyed

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part of the Skegness seafront there are plans to bring the area back to

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life. Why tourism is in decline at some

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of our biggest attractions. There's a change certainly happening in

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terms of the need of businesses to invest in their own future. There

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is, without doubt, less public money available.

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And the new golfing craze where your sprint is just as important as

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your swing. It's been a fine day today with spells of sunshine, but

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rain for some tomorrow. I'll tell you where and have the full

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forecast later in the programme. Good evening.

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5,000 new jobs - that's the number of people the Government claims

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will benefit from a new enterprise zone spanning the Humber. The area

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will specialise in green energy manufacturing, that's things such

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as turbines for offshore wind farms. It will mean companies relocating

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to parts of Hull and North Lincolnshire will be given cash

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incentives. In a moment, the former Labour Cabinet Minister Alan

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Johnson will tell me why he believes the enterprise zone is

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vital for the area's economy. But first, this from our political

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editor Tim Iredale. Could an experiment that began in the '80s

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succeed in getting a new generation off the dole and into work? That's

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the hope amongst business leaders and politicians who believe the

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Humber's new enterprise zone will attract more germs like engineering

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giant Siemens, which has already named Hull as its preferred

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location for a new wind turbine- manufacturing plant. These are

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high-quality jobs with good rates of pay and long term. It's not

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short-term stuff, but we've got to get those people to sign on the

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dotted line. We have a whole plan in place for when those wind

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turbine manufacturers do sign on the dotted line, which the new

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enterprise zone will help with. will offer tax breaks for those

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locating to the Humber, simpler planning rules and the capacity for

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super-fast bround band connection. This is now officially the largest

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enterprise zone in the country. It covers a whole area of the

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waterfront, plus the proposed site of a new marine energy park in

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north Lincolnshire, which is being developed by Able UK. It was a good

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quality bid put together by the Humber Enterprise Partnership anded

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bys upon strength already there in offshore wind technology and the

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related supply chain. This will enhance that. It's going to create

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about another 4,500 new jobs by 2014. One person isn't convinced.

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They didn't work too well under Thatcher. Sometimes companies move

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around the corner to get the better rates. The Government has scrapped

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the RDAs for regional developmentac agencies. There was a mixed

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reaction from job seekers in Hull to the promise of new vacancies.

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Fantastic. The recession and things like that - I think it will be a

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good thing. I don't think it will work. The Government are full of

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false qualifications. We have no qualifications. It will be people

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out of town. It will be difficult with the foreign labour coming in.

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The new enterprise job will be judged on two words, job creation.

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That's the story. Tim Tim Iredale is at Alexandra Dock in

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Hull which has been earmarked for these new benefits. Is there any

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evidence that enterprise zones can deliver jobs on a large scale?

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Well, if you saw the opening images in my report, you saw Margaret

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Thatcher walking on a patch of waste ground back in the '80s. That

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is now the London docklands, one of the most a90 areas in the country.

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Of course, it's a different story here. But the plan is by 2015,

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these huge new wind turbines will be manufactured at sites here in

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Hull and across the river in north Lincolnshire. They'll be put on to

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giant barges and shipped out along the Humber estuary into the North

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Sea to serve the offshore wind industry. You know, the message

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we're getting tonight, Peter is this new enterprise zone will in

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fact become a deal breaker in that some companies will now come to

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Hull and north Lincolnshire which wouldn't have come had we not had

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the enterprise zone. Some people adding a note of caution, John

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Prescott suggesting that the zones don't work. They simply move jobs

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around between certain areas, but the Government says these new zones

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will have clout. They will create jobs, and they will ultimately

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prove a success. We shall see. Thank you very much indeed. Alan

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Johnson is the MP for Hull West and Hessle. I asked him if the new

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Enterprise Zone would succeed in bringing jobs to the area. Well, I

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hope so. The point is if we hadn't succeeded in getting an Enterprise

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Zone, I think that would have been the end of Siemens, quite frankly.

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It is a bit more to do with Siemens, but it was very important to them

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we establish this zone, not the least because they want to bring

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their second and third-tier supply chain betweens close to them, and

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with modern logistics they can set up anywhere in the world. It was

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important to them. That's why they wrote a letter of support. That's

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the kind of imperative at the moment that if we can get Siemens,

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we have something tangible, then we build on that. If you were saying

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if we weren't one of the 11 zones chosen, we possibly could have lost

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the Siemens deal? I am clear about that yes. Lord Prescott isn't

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convinced. He says they don't create new jobs. They just move

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existing jobs around? Doesn't he have a point there? He's right. I

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am a supporter of Regional Development Agencies abolished by

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this Government but we have to live in the world we're this. It's this

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Government in power. The Government is saying set up these Enterprise

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Zones with very, very attractive propositions for countries to start

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up in them, so we live in the world we're in. We're in opposition, not

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in Government, so I'll have another argument on another day and so will

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John because I agree with him about the sense of what the Government is

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doing, but if there are Enterprise Zones there, I want Hull and the

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Humber inside, not outside of it. Is there a danger we could be

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putting too many eggs in one basket on the renewable energy front? I

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mean, if it turned out not to be the success we think? I think

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that's a fair point, and I think we have to look at all the other

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things going on to try and create jobs, but Peter, this is the

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biggest opportunity that the Humber has ever had. It is to Hull what

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North Seal was to Aberdeen because we have these 12-hour steaming

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miles as they call it from these three giant wind farms in the North

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Sea, we have an opportunity to bring renewable energy - the

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manufacturer of these huge turbines, all the supply chains that go with

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it, north and south bank working together to exploit this. All I

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know is if we don't exploit this with every ounce of energy, sweat

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and determination we've got, then we'd be letting down the people we

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represent. Mr Johnston, thank you very much indeed.

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An interesting report. An interesting discussion. What do you

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think? Do you think the Enterprise Zones will make a difference to tax

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breaks? Will they bring the right type of

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In a moment on tonight's programme: The end of analogue television in

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East Yorkshire and Lincolnshire as the area goes digital.

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Four years ago tonight I was standing in front of this burning

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building bringing you the programme from Skegness. The huge fire

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destroyed bars, nightclubs and arcades along Grand Parade and left

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a big gap in the town. Tonight, there are new plans to bring the

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area back to life. East Lindsey District Council is looking at ways

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to buy the land that remains undeveloped. It's hoped it would

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help bring vital business back to the town, but the owner of the site

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says he'll fight to keep his property for his own plans. Jake

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Zuckerman has this report. Summer sun means Skegness is packed with

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holiday-makers, but at the very heart of the resort, there is a

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hole - hordings covering a gap that visitors say is an eyesore. In

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August 2007, fire destroyed the bars and amusements that used to be

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here. The site next door has already been developed, but this

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prime location is still empty. Now, says East Lindsay District Council,

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enough is enough. They're threatening to take the owner to

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court to force him to sell the land. They're hoping it's time now for

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some development and positive economic activity to happen on the

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site that was ravaged by fire. We're saying four years is long

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enough. If the development can't happen, we're happy with compulsory

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purchase orders to move the site on. The owner says legal problems have

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caused the delay and he'll fight to keep his land. That's completely

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unfair. There's numerous sites around the town that could do with

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developing. This kind of action isn't necessary. All they need to

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do is come speak with me which they haven't done. I have asked them on

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numerous occasions to do is, and they never have come to see me.

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Both visitors and local people just want to see the problem solved

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quickly. I think it's time they got it sorted. It has been like it a

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long while. Something has to be done with it. It's an eyesore.

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Let's get things moving and sell it to a developer. People here have

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already waited four years the see something built on this derelict

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site. Even if compulsory purchase goes ahead, the council estimates

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it could take as much as 18 months to complete the legal process alone.

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Some more news now in brief: Shoppers in Scunthorpe are being

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asked to watch out for fake vodka after more than 20 bottles were

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seized from an off-license in the town. Trading Standards found the

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counterfeit bottles following a tip-off. They found the vodka

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contained a chemical used in cleaning fluids, which can cause

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abnormal side effects. It's quite good copying the fact that - the

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general public who wouldn't know what the look for would be tricked

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into believing they were genuine products. The printing is glossy.

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Even the bottles are designed with Smirnoff on there.

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A Grimsby man has appeared in court charged with inciting violent

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disorder by posting comments on Facebook. 21-year-old Martin

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Hartshorn is accused of sending posts encouraging disorder in

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Grimsby during last week's riots. He's been granted conditional bail

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and will appear at Crown Court in September.

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TJ Hughes in Scunthorpe is to shut for good this Sunday with the loss

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of thirty seven jobs. The department store is one of a

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further 12 shops set to close nationwide. Administrators were

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called in to deal with the cashed- strapped company in June. Today's

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announcement follows the closure of stores in Hull and King's Lynn.

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As new figures show admissions to many of England's top attractions

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are up, it's emerged some of our tourist areas are falling behind.

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Lincoln Cathedral is one of those which has seen visitor numbers fall.

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They were down by 40,000 last year. Our correspondent Caroline Bilton

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has more. Bempton clifs, the Waddington air

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show, our seaside resorts, the list goes on. They all draw in thousands

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of visitors to East Yorkshire every year, but according to Visit

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England, not quite as many visitors last year as previous years. Those

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that have seen the increase are those that are free, like Harts

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Home Country Park. It saw an increase in visitors of 25%.

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Tourist attractions that charge saw a 25% drop in numbers such as

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Lincoln Cathedral. But that has been attributed to the cancellation

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of the Christmas market. It left the cathedral thousands out of

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pocket. We lost probably �75,000 over the Christmas market.

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Obviously, it was the decision to make at the time, and we're reaping

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the consequences for that now. Hull and East Yorkshire, it

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generates �615 million a year for the economy. In Lincolnshire it

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generates �1 billion a year, but last year the main tourism body for

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this county went into administration, and that's left a

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shortfall of � three-quarters of a million pounds that used to be

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spent promoting this county that's now no longer there. But local

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businesses in England have decided to fill the gap. They have set up

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the Visit Lincoln partnership. It's costing them money, but now they

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get to say where it's spent. cathedral, the shopping centres,

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the hotels, the small associations have all come together to make sure

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this is funded properly and benefits the city. It makes sense

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for everybody. If you put it into your plan, it helps. The businesses

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have to be part of the structure that decides in terms of what it's

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going to be spent on and therefore are in control to a degree of the

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results that will bode off the back of that. The responsibility of

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promoting Lincolnshire now rests in the hands of local businesses. More

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groups like the one in Lincoln are being established. It's hoped their

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vested interests will help bring more tourists and their money to

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Is enough being done to promote tourist attractions in

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Lincolnshire? Get in touch in the usual way. And you far watching

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this Wednesday. -- thank-you for watching this Wednesday. Still

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ahead tonight: We'll have all the match action

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after a disastrous evening for our football teams.

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And the new golfing craze where your sprint is just as important as

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your swing. Keep your photographs coming in.

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Filey and the Brigg taken this morning by Emma Morrison, who lives

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in Grimsby. Thank-you for theirs. And thank you for a messages you

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send after the photograph of the Evening.

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You should Sir -- You should show some of your pictures from when you

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go plane spotting. Do you want to upset aircraft

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enthusiasts across the area? Of course not.

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It has been a beautiful day. Whatever you have been doing, plane

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spotting or not, we have seen sunshine. Tomorrow will go downhill,

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with rain pushing in from the south. We have the thicker cloud around

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the Wash. That cloud towards the Wash could give some spots of light

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rain, but it will become dry for the rest of the night, with mostly

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clear skies. Temperatures will be down to eight or nine degrees.

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Looking at the Sun-Times, it rises at 5:45am, setting at 8:24pm.

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Tomorrow will be a cool start. We will sue the best of the sunshine

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at first. Cloud will increase from late morning onwards. There will be

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some heavy outbreaks. I think East Yorkshire will stay dry until

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evening. Temperatures will be struggling thanks to the wind

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direction. Around 15, 17. The rain will clear away overnight into

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Friday. Friday sees the fine weather returning. Temperatures

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will be higher at 21. I thought now we were all digital,

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you might be nicer to me. Sir things do not change!

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Sir things do not change! See you tomorrow.

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Last night, we reported how more than �14 million is to be spent by

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the Government on improving broadband in Lincolnshire. The

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county has some of the worst broadband coverage in England.

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According to many businesses, this makes it difficult to compete with

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other parts of the UK. Switch away regions, switch out. We talk about

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the times of analogue. There was not as much competition. The

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programmes I worked on had incredible audiences.

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By now, hopefully you've re-tuned. Otherwise it's not just the BBC

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Channels you might be missing. ITV, Channel 4, Five and a host of new

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Channels are out there. You may just need to digitally re-tune.

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Though if you've watching this on cable or satellite, ignore me, sit

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back, relax, and play spot "Peter the Rabbit". You should be able to

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see everything that is now available. There are some moments

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she would not want to mess! At the North Point Shopping Centre at

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Bransholme in Hull, a few last enquries as screens went blank

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overnight. But so far the transition seems smooth. We could

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not get a few programmes, so we asked the woman and she showed us.

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My daughter is working, so will not be able to do it. I will have a go

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at it. So an end to the way in which we

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receive TV, but hopefully not an end to classic programmes...which

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one day will surely be classed as "vintage."

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And if you still need more information, you can contact the

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Digital UK enquiry line on 08456 50 We reported how more than �40

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million will be spent on improving broadband in Lincolnshire. The

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cancer has some of the West broadband coverage in England. It

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makes it difficult to compete with other parts of the UK in business.

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Thank-you for all of the messages. It seems many people have been

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Thank-you very much for all of theirs.

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It was a dreadful night for our football teams last night. Hull

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City, Scunthorpe United, Lincoln City and Grimsby Town all lost.

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Hull City's problems started just 17 minutes in at Elland Road.

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Leeds' Tom Lees also scored the second in his own net, but he

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recovered from his embarrassment by putting his side back in front just

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before the break. A free kick from Robert Snodgrass, and this effort

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from ex-Scunthorpe player Ramone Nunez made it four.

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Scunthorpe United are still searching for a win after falling

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behind to Oldham through this David Mellor goal. Chris Dagnell's

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brought the Iron level in the second half, but The Iron were

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denied a point by this unexpected Oldham winner eight minutes from

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time. Here at Blundell Park, there must be tried to think of a plan B.

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They have conceded seven goals already, and scored none. After

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losing last night fighters era, Grimsby Town fans are pessimistic.

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-- after losing last night five-0. Where do we go now? I am speechless.

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They have got to opera third game. The it's stupid! Carry on their way

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they are doing, they will go to Blue Square North next season.

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are bottom of the Blue Square Bet Premier. Lincoln City after losing

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at home to Kidderminster last night are eighth from bottom. Lucky it's

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a long season of opportunity ahead. Cricket and Yorkshire have started

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their game against Sussex at the Scarborough Cricket Festival today.

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Sussex won the toss and decided to bat and have made good progress.

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Ryan Sidebottom has been among the wickets, taking four for 32. And

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after a full day's play, the latest score is Sussex have made 335 for

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the loss of just five wickets. The UK's first ever Fast Golf

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Tournament teed off in East Yorkshire today. It's a game

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designed for those who find a normal round takes too long. Games

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can take just over an hour, about four times quicker than usual.

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Sarah Corker's been to find out more.

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A relaxing day on the golf course, this isn't! Fast golf is a modern

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twist on the traditional game that's taking off in Hornsea.

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good. A why you finding it? Tiring. I want to go to bed! Way again to

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win the competition! With no caddies or buggies allowed,

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teams must run between each hole fighting it out on foot for the

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number one spot. Golf takes ages. People wanted games that went

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quickly. It is fun and it is fast. The rules and the etiquette may be

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the same, but this is likely to be the fastest game of golf you have

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ever seen. Although this version is new here, it was invented in

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America in the 1970s. To win, you have to complete the course in the

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quickest time possible. Teams from Hull's football and

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rugby clubs slogged it out over the five-mile course in what's thought

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to be the country's first fast golf tournament. It is not as

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straightforward as it sounds. In the end, the winners finished in

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just over an hour. There were a couple of old is in my team that

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were struggling! How tiring is it? I did not find it too difficult

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because I am an athlete! I usually like a game of golf. I usually do

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it as relaxation. That said there was not relaxing!

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So if you cant find the time to fit in a game of regular golf, fast

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golf could be coming to a club near you.

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Let's get a recap of the national and regional headlines. The Prime

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Minister praises courts for handing out stiff sentences to rioters

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despite concerns about the severity of jail terms. MP Alan Johnson

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claims a multi-million-pound green energy deal would a been lost if an

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energy is there was not created in the Humber.

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Tomorrow's weather a fine start, but rain pushing northwards through

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Stories -- a response on the story about the enterprise zone. Someone

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says, until we get rid of the bridge toll, it will still be a big

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burden for many companies. Mac says, is there are people manning that

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the job will go to outsiders with qualifications, why do they not

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start education classes before it comes? On the subject of tourism in

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Lincolnshire, Andrew says, I think low prices at the cathedral would

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ensure more visitors, and surely that is better than very few at a

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high cost, implying it is too expensive at the cathedral at the

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