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Good evening and welcome to BBC Look North. The headlines tonight:

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From gardens to groceries - the council agrees to an out-of-town

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Marks & Spencer for Scunthorpe. didn't think it would happen, I'm

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pleased it is going where it is going. That will be the final nail

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in the coffin of a dying Scunthorpe town centre.

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Fuel from the fields - farmers look forward to supplying a new biofuel

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plant near Hull. Hull City fail to score once again,

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but Scunthorpe United put breathing space between them and the bottom

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of League One. And the Symphony Orchestra playing

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a new type of water music. And a lot of dry whether expected

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over the next coming days, all of Good evening.

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There are fears that the town centre of Scunthorpe will die after

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a decision this afternoon which will allow a new out-of-town

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development to be built. The development, which includes a

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branch of Marks & Spencer, was given planning permission in

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December, but following legal advice councillors were told to

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reconsider. This afternoon, planners gave it the final go-ahead

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and it'll mean 300 new jobs. But shopkeepers in the town centre now

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fear the worst. Vicky Johnson has more.

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Scunthorpe's High Street, like so many towns, has suffered blow after

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blow, as major retailers have closed down. So the news that Marks

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& Spencer wanted to return after a number oversteer absence has been

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warmly welcomed by many. We are only five minutes from the town

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centre, so it is easy to get to the town centre from there. We are not

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against the town centre, we want to help it right, but far from being a

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threat, at this new development is the only way of its survival.

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the sting in the Marks & Spencer tale is that the retail giant will

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only return if it can build a flagship store here, two miles out

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of town. You are in a location where you are not making as much

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money as she should, the face of There is a good economic argument

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for what they are doing. But High Street shopkeepers who have already

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seen a 40% drop in food fall say the move will be disastrous.

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council appears to be changing with the wind of what it is going to do.

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One minute, they will have this place built, that was 10 years ago,

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build a new bus station, then a couple of years later, they will

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decide they want people to invest out of 10, moving it away from

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where they have just invested. Planning councillors, he just last

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year at past new policies aimed at rejuvenating the town centre,

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visited the site this morning. Hours later, they narrowly voted in

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favour of the new development. really pleased, I wanted Marks &

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Spencer to come back. I don't think they made the right decision. Which

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is why we are very disappointed. think it will portrayed out of 10.

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The bird is circle round about has been a bone of contention for a

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number of years -- out of town, but Bartley circle. It could create up

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to 300 new jobs and it is hoped the new development could be open by

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the end of the year if a new legal challenge isn't launch.

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Vicky is that the side, what was the atmosphere like at the meeting?

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That at the site. It is usually controversial, so the

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atmosphere was really tense, it was absolutely packed to the rafters in

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the council chamber and the planning committee chairman had to

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use his casting vote to get it through. The developers said that

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this transformation of the garden centre in to a huge new retail park

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was going to be a huge opportunity for the whole area. They said it

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would predictably attract an extra �90 million per year to the area as

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shoppers came back into the area from places like Gainsborough,

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Doncaster and Meadow Hall. But those against it said it would be

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catastrophic, not just for the retailers in the area, but also

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people living locally. This is the bane Doncaster Road in and out of

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the town, it is already congested at peak times -- main. They said it

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could be worse. There is now talk of challenging it it legally, so it

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may not be the end of the story. A little earlier, I spoke to the

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Scunthorpe MP Nic Dakin and asked him whether this was good news for

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Scunthorpe. What is certainly good news is that

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Marks & Spencer and the developers want to invest in Scunthorpe, that

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is very positive news. As you say, it leaves the question as to

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whether it is the ideal location for such a development. There are

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many people who think it would be better placed within the town

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centre. What do you think? Good news or not? It is good news that

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Marks & Spencer want to invest in the town, it is good news that that

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the developers want to invest in the town but it would be better if

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it was happening in the town centre. But these are commercial decisions

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and careful consideration has been taken place by the planning

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committee, which I understand has been voted by the casting vote of

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the chair to go ahead with the development. Do you think the town

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centre of Scunthorpe will just to die? This is a planning decision,

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and there has not been... I know that, I am asking you... It is the

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job of the people in the can. The retailers in the town centre will

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be determined to continue to make the town centre work. They, quite

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properly, have said it makes it a very challenging environment if

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this planning decision goes ahead of in the end with this development

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taking place on such a scale, down by Glanford Park. Marks & Spencer

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said they would not consider another site. They have had the

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planners over a barrel, they have held all the power. Developers will

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always say they will not go anywhere else, that is the way they

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do business. In reality, Marks & Spencer left Scunthorpe over a year

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ago and they said it wasn't an appropriate business then and they

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now want to come back into the area. There a change in circumstances and

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there will be changing decisions in commercial interests, but this is a

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situation we find ourselves in today and it is positive news that

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Marks & Spencer want to come back to Scunthorpe. It would be better

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if it was in the town centre but we bossy what happens as things before

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would. If he were not an MP and you ran a shop in the centre of

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Scunthorpe, would you be a worried man? -- if you were not. Certainly

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shopkeepers and the town centre have made very clear, they have run

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a brilliant campaign and I suspect they will continue to campaign.

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They have made it very clear that they see this as a negative

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development but they are determined entrepreneurs and they will look to

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continue their business in Scunthorpe into the future. Good to

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talk to, thank you very much. We would like to know what you

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think about this one. Will town centres like Scunthorpe die as more

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and more out-of-town developments and more out-of-town developments

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appear? Or do you welcome the investment and the jobs and the

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We look forward to hearing it from here, we will have some before we

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finish. In a moment:

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The night-time operation to remove the huge sperm whale from Skegness

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beach. As you've been hearing in the

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national news, six soldiers have been killed in the single worst

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enemy attack on UK troops in Afghanistan since operations began

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11 years ago. Five of those killed were from the Yorkshire Regiment.

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They died while on patrol in Kandahar province on Tuesday.

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Tragic events such as these serve as a reminder of the dangers our

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armed forces face. Kevin Shoesmith is a reporter with the the Hull

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Daily Mail and he's just returned from spending a fortnight with the

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Yorkshire Regiment in Afghanistan. He is with us in the studio. Kevin,

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good evening. You spent some time in Helmand province, what is life

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like that? Long period of inactivity, followed by sudden

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bursts of activity. Conditions out there are very basic. The security

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situation does seem to be improving slightly. I was last there in 2000

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and during Operation Panther's Claw, there has seemed to have been

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slight progress. What did the troops think of some of the

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primitive devices, these dangers in century devices? Do they feel as if

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they are fighting fair? -- incendiary. They do not. They

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believe that it is a tenacious and skilled NME. These are not guys who

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won not well-trained, these are insurgency of a spelt years and

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years fighting that these are sergeants that have spent years and

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years fighting --. They know the rules of engagement, they know that

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soldiers do not follow routines and they exploit that, particularly

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through the use of improvised explosive devices. What goes

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through your mind when you hear news like today? The first thing is

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obviously the family back home here in Yorkshire. We don't yet know

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where the soldiers were from, possibly even East Yorkshire, of we

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need that information to come out. -- we need. Then obviously, the

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thought turnout -- 10-the soldiers themselves. -- thoughts turn to the

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soldiers themselves. I have just returned from Afghanistan and I am

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wondering whether I knew any of the soldiers, whether I saw any of them

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out there. What will they be feeling out there tonight? It is a

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difficult one. It is hard for civilians to fully appreciate. The

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first thing that the soldiers will be doing is having a talk, the

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commanders, it will be a time for strong leadership. They will have

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to rally the guys, but also get them back out on patrol again very

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quickly. Good to see you, Kevin, thank you for coming in. We will

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continue to follow that story. Lincolnshire Fire & Rescue's

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control centre is to be linked to centres in three other areas -

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Humberside, Hertfordshire and Norfolk. Each area will continue to

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answer their own 999 calls, but staff in any one of them would be

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able to handle calls from across all four areas. The government has

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allocated more than �7 million for the plan.

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Significant progress has been made to improve patient care at the

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Pilgrim Hospital in Boston over the past 12 months, according to a new

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report from the Care Quality Commission. The report highlights

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improvements to nutrition and hydration as well as extra training

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that's been put in place for staff. Last year, the watchdog raised a

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number of concerns. United Lincolnshire Hospitals NHS Trust

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says it's pleased by the findings and it's continuing to work to hard

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to provide high standards for patients.

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The 30-tonne body of a sperm whale has finally been taken away from

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Skegness beach. Contractors removed the whale in an operation which got

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underway in the early hours of this morning. The body has now been

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taken to a specialist waste 3am and in the distance light

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approach, ready to tackle a huge problem on the beach. It began as a

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race against the tide. We went to get past the end of the

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peer before the tide comes in. Once we are past their tis not quite so

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serious. We would sit chain of the whale up and push it with a

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bulldozer. We went to get it up there with as much dignity as

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possible. The carcass of the spear it -- the

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sperm whale beached on Saturday. 0 in now was the paperwork in place

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and the time right to move it. -- only gnarl..

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We wanted to do it when there was as least people here as possible

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really because it is not a happy occasion.

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Now comes the real test. They have to get 30 tons Of Whale on the low-

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loader that waits over there. Thief it was near it and come has put in

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place. At half-past five it was time For a

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carefully co-ordinated Minoo there between machine and mammal on to

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the trailer. Even at this early hour people turned out to watch.

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I was down to the peer and looked at it being uncovered and stride

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onto the beach. It is amazing. Really bake.

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It is only a baby one, I am led to believe. Good job it was not full

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size. This once graceful giants will now

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be taken to a landfill site. Thank you for watching this

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Wednesday night. Still ahead tonight:

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Scunthorpe United move further away from the drop zone but Hull City

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draw a blank once again. DISCORDANT PIANO MUSIC PLAYS.

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Musical scales - the orchestra playing to a rather unusual

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Tonight picture was taken by Rob Andrew's in Hornsea. This is the

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sunset over the Brandesburton gravel site. Thank you for that

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much -- thank you for that one. Another picture tomorrow night

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around the same time. This will cheer you up. My daughter

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now lives in New Zealand and has downloaded Peter Levy because Mac

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voice for the Sat Nav in her husband's traffic police car.

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I am very big in Welling so it is just here but I struggle!

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You are telling me! It will be dry with some sunshine every next 24

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hours. A lot of dry weather coming up through the weekend and much of

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next week. That is bad news for drought-stricken Lincolnshire. This

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high-pressure will push back across as over the next few days. After

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that wet morning it has been a pleasant afternoon with some

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sunshine. Still a risk of an isolated shower coming through but

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basically it is a dry night for most of us with just a pleasing

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shower in the far west of Lincolnshire and East Yorkshire.

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You have shelter from a strong wind further south and it could get cool

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enough for a ground frost around Gainsborough. Thief the sun will

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rise in the morning at 6:32am and set at the by 50 4:00pm. Here are

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the high-tide times. So not a bad day to come. It will be hazy

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sunshine at times tomorrow but generally very dry. It remains

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bright. There will be further spells the sunshine and

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temperatures will be close to normal, around about nine Celsius

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in Fridaythorpe Anna's at the same in Gainsborough. -- at answer the

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same. Temperatures on the up. 15 What you do not know is that he is

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in a lot of pain today with that to take. Did they put a lot of wisdom

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teeth in it? Yes, thanks.

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Farmers in the Lincolnshire could see a big increase in demand when a

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new buyer plants his belt. Be firmer building yet it says it will

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protests more than a million tonnes of grain every year.

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It is one of the largest plants of its type in the UK. In a few months

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wheat will come in here, be ground down and brewed into alcohol. It

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will then go here to be purified into 100% bioethanol to run a car's.

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The stuff left over will come here and be turned into animal feed.

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We employ 70 or 80 people ourselves and be on that support around 1000

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jobs. I think for local farmers it is about being there continuously

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for them so that they know they have a market place for the

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products they are producing. This may sound like feel for the

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future but some of the fuel we use that the future is made from

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bioethanol. That needs to rise from 5% to 10% by 2020. Firms like

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Vivergo will be vital in ensuring that supply.

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Local farmers will be among the main ones to benefit because most

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of the wheat needed by the site will be grown within a 50 mile

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radius. Beefeater made there as by product can also be used to feed

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local cows. The East Riding of Yorkshire

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produces wheat really well. To have a producer on our doorstep to deal

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with this amount of wheat is good news for farmers.

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The weeks may be grown locally but has for some of it poses an ethical

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issue of growing crops for a fuel rather than food.

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If you use foods to fuel cars, you are taking food out of the mouths

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of people. I understand this refinery will use 1 million tonnes

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of wheat. If you turn that wheat into food, that would be enough to

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feed everyone in Kenya for one month.

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The owners say they are balancing the issue by making both food and

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feet -- fuel and feet. This area and civvy -- this plant adds to the

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area's renewable fuels. Widening need feels like this?

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This is all about breaking our reliance on fossil fuels. Oil is

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very expensive and a reliance on it means we are dependent on surprise

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from a board for -- from abroad. By a fuel fans say that the more fury

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make at home, the more we can break away and secure half your security.

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It cuts down the amount of carbon dioxide being produced by engines.

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For example, Vivergo say that it is the equivalent of taking 200,000

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cars off the road. Sandhu disputes the claims that those by a fuels

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are greener and many feel that with so many people starving in the

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world, is it right to grow fuel rather than food?

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Disabled bike riders from East Yorkshire have been showing off

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their cycling skills in support of Sport Relief. People who attend the

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Parishes and Orchard day care centres regularly use the

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specially-adapted bikes in Hull's East Park. And today they stepped

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it up a gear to race a mile. I find it really inspirational and

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it put things into context. And if you're taking part in the

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Sport Relief Mile we'd like to hear what you're doing. Email us at

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[email protected] Onto football and Hull City are now

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unbeaten in eight games. The 0-0 draw with Yorkshire rivals Leeds

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United means that they remain ninth in the Championship table. Leanne

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Brown has more details of that and the rest of last nights football.

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Unbeaten once again but Hull city have also not want for several

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games and their outside the play- off places in the championship.

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They fail to make the pressure tell in the first half. They were denied

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by good saves from the Leeds United goalkeeper. Off the field, the

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manager was being his usual less than a calm self- as city pushed

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forward but they could not make the breakthrough. The second half was

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more even with Hull city reverting to long-range shots. The manager

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regretted lost opportunities. I thought we were the better team.

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I thought some of the football we played in the first half was great

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and Roche. A couple of good saves kept Leeds in it tonight so I am

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disappointed we did not get three points.

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Meanwhile, scum part unite it got a second successive win in League One.

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Benn now four points clear at the drop zone after winning 2-1 at all

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done. You'd expect to see plenty of

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scales at an aquarium but the ones on show at the Deep in Hull today

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have been of the musical kind. Performers from Hull's Philharmonic

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Orchestra have been practising a brand new piece of music, specially

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written to celebrate ten years of the aquarium. Anne-Marie Tasker has

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been to listen. Practice was going swimmingly today

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- as two members of Hull's Philharmonic Orchestra rehearsed

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part of "Sounding The Deep". Their audience - the ocean residents that

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helped inspire it. We are standing here today in this

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building, the deep, playing a piece called sounds in the deep. We are

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using a lot of instruments that are buried deep in pitch.

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The new composition's been written to celebrate 10 years of this

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aquarium, the Deep. And it's certainly given the musicians

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something to get their teeth into. It is different to anything we have

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ever done be far. It is one of the most complicated face scars I have

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seen for some time. I am in far a challenge in night but it should be

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fun. And some will be making waves by

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swapping traditional instruments for computers. Laptops playing

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cells from under the seas will help to liven up this building.

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The deep is a wonderful, iconic building. It is a great piece of

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architecture. Thought 170 musicians and dancers from

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across East Yorkshire and Lincolnshire will perform this

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piece, and other shorter compositions, at Hull City Hall

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next saturday. That time, it'll be in front of scores of people,

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rather than shoals of fish. Do send us an e-mail if you have a story

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you think we should report. Let's get a recap of the national

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and regional headlines. Six soldiers have been killed in

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Afghanistan - five are from the Yorkshire regiment. It brings the

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death toll of British soldiers since the war began to more than

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four hundred. There are fears that Scunthorpe

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town centre will die after a decision to allow a new out-of-town

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shopping development. Tomorrow: Dry with sunny spells,

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although skies will tend to cloud over later. Maximum temperature 9C

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(48F). Fresh Southwest wind. A big response coming in on the

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subject of the out-of-town shop plan from Scunthorpe. Lucy said, at

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"I think it is great news. These new developments are perfect."

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another correspondent said that people in Scunthorpe should be

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pleased that this will create extra jobs for the town. Anna has text

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did and she said that in Grimsby there are two big retail parks away

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from the town centre but it has not had an adverse effect on the town

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centre itself. I'm sure you'll have used on those texts. The planners

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do not have a clue, is what someone said. Martin has e-mail to say that

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he welcomes the development but why build a new out-of-town shopping

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area when the steelworks is in decline? When that goes, Scunthorpe

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