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

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Fears for isolated communities as panic-buying leads to fuel

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dwindling in some areas. People have been panic-buying all day

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today. How renovating a Lincoln landmark

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could bring millions of pounds to the city.

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Cashing in on the sunshine. The scorching temperatures bring early

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visitors to our coastal resorts. The short films from Goole that

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have earned Hollywood awards for Enjoy tomorrow's sunshine, because

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after that, things are going downhill. Join me for the very

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latest. An independent petrol retailer in East Yorkshire who's

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fast running out of fuel tonight says the responsibility for panic-

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buying rests firmly with the Government.

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The Giles Brothers garage in Withernsea is the only place

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motorists can buy fuel in the town, and they've almost run out. It's a

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picture mirrored across East Yorkshire and Lincolnshire where

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fuel supplies are running low. It follows fears of possible shortages

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as fuel tanker drivers threaten strike action over their pay and

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working conditions. Tarah Welsh reports.

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They queued in Hessle, and waited for up to an hour in Grimsby. In

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Louth, one garage had run out of fuel before the day had even

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started. Matthew light is on. I need a few like everybody now. --

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my fuel light is on. I am running on empty. They are probably pre-

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empting it. They think of it is next week and the garage is assured,

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they will still need fuel. Withernsea, this is the only garage

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in town. Fuel supplies are running low. The Green shows you the level.

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As you can see, four of them are empty. We only have got number one,

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which has not got enough in to open up, and number five, which is

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unleaded. Boris there could be a repeat of the chaos in 2000 they

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have triggered motorists into panic-buying. A government minister

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advise people to fill Gebbie Cannes. Critics say that has fuelled the

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problem. People have been panic- buying all day. We have sold more

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fuel this morning that we normally do in three or four days. I think

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the government has exacerbated the situation. We have another delivery

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due for a Saturday or Sunday. We do not know whether that will come.

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government now say drivers should be prepared, but only fill up when

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their tanks get to half full. That is something Steve has not wasted

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time doing. He put �160 in at the Withernsea garage today.

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Withernsea runs out of petrol, it puts more pressure on the next

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garage, so it is like a domino effect. If the next carriage runs

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at, they would have to go to Hull or somewhere, which is about 70

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miles away. In places like this, many people rely on their cars, and

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if the fuel dries up in Withernsea, been a miscarriage is either six

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miles that way or six miles that way. -- the nearest garage. That

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one has already run out of petrol. It has been the busiest day staff

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have seen here in years. Now their diesel has dried up. Tarah is live

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in Withernsea tonight. What is the latest picture there? They are down

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to the last few litres of petrol. They stay within a few minutes,

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they will run out, so no petrol and no diesel here. The garage owners

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say they fear they will not get a delivery until as late as Tuesday.

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There are many other garages in our region who were experiencing the

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same thing. We are getting reports of long queues at garages

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throughout the region tonight. I drove here from Grimsby threw Hull

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to Withernsea, and I passed several garages on my way. Some had really

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huge queues and others were not so bad. The drivers are I spoke to

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said if they see a queue, they feel they should join it because they

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are worried. Others are saying the media had scare people into panic

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buying. We still do not know if there is going to be a striker or

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when. The government is advising to do the sensible thing and sell your

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tanks when they are half empty, if you can. Thank you very much. Well,

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I've been out to investigate the scale of the problem for myself. I

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met up with David Craven-Jones from Sewell Retail, which operates 12

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petrol stations across East Yorkshire, including South Cave. It

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is very busy here. What is the picture at the moment? We have been

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upon sales by 50 % today. 50 %! What did you think of the

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government yesterday, announcing we need to stock up and fell away

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jerry cans? -- fill our journey Cannes?

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I do not think they should have said that. Did you know this would

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happen when you head that? I think the AA said as well, do not panic

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buy. As soon as somebody says that, people panic buy. We are getting

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supplies normally at the moment. Was the situation avoidable?

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think it has been made worse because of the media saying there

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will be a strike. There is not necessarily going to be a strike.

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It has not been announced yet. They have to give seven days' notice if

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anything does happen. If it did, I think the army will takeover, so we

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will get supplies. I am just reading an e-mail from a viewer in

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Horncastle. It said at one garage, you could only by �20 worth of fuel.

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We are not going to go down that route. If we have fuel, we will let

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it go out. We are working with our supply chain and we do not have any

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issues at the moment. What can you and other retailers do to make sure

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supplies do not run out? We are working with our supply chain to

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get fuel. At the moment, there is not a problem. The problem has been

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caused by panic buying. If people just slowed down a little bit and

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do not panic by, there will not be a problem. At the moment, the fuel

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is going out as fast as we can get it in. Your message tonight to the

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many viewers who were motorists? not panic by, basically. -- do not

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panic buy. By the fuel you need. We will be quieter in a few days.

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Thank you very much. You've been sending in thoughts

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about the panic-buying today and the fears surrounding possible

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What's your experience so far? Are you way business worried about --

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are you at business worried about In a moment:

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Recording memories of North Sea fishing tragedies for the

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generations to come. Dental patients from Hull and East

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Yorkshire who need a general anaesthetic during their treatment

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will have to travel to hospital in Scunthorpe. Tooth extractions for

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certain groups of people, normally carried out at Hull Royal infirmary,

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will be moved to Scunthorpe until at least August. The NHS failed to

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secure a contract allowing the procedure to take place in Hull.

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A woman's been charged in connection with an alleged racist

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incident at a Grimsby Town football match earlier this month. Police

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were called in to investigate claims that a player from opponents

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Braintree had been the victim of racist abuse at the game on March

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3rd at Blundell Park. A 39-year-old Grimsby woman will appear in court

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next month. RAF Marham is marking the 10th

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anniversary of its aerial reconnaissance experts, the

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Tactical Imagery Intelligence Wing. The analysts at the Norfolk base

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interpret aerial images to identify targets for foot patrols, pilots

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and reconstruction teams in Afghanistan. It is saving lives by

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protecting people on the ground. It enables commanders to see what is

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going on. They can adequately understand the nature of the

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terrain. It's one of the biggest investments

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in Lincolnshire's tourist economy for a generation. Lincoln's

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medieval castle is to undergo a �20 million renovation. There will be a

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new home for the 800-year-old Magna Carta document, and improved

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attractions. Experts believe the investment will encourage visitors

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to stay longer, spending millions of pounds more in the city and the

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county. Jake Zuckerman reports. In nearly 1,000 years of history,

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Lincoln Castle has seen a lot of changes. And now, another

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transformation. Almost �20 million is to be spent on improvements.

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think it will make a tremendous difference, not only for the

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cauldron aspect of the city, but for tourism. Independent people

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have looked at this, and they estimate they could be over �50

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million extra into the tourism economy, and an extra 1,000 -- an

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extra 1,000 jobs. The castle walls will be repaired, with a complete

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walking circuit created. The Victorian prison will be

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refurbished, and opened in its entirety to the public. The jewel

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of the collection, the Magna Carter, will get this brand new purpose-

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built display centre. It will be incredibly important. I think

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visitors to the castle, because there has not been enough to see

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here, it has perhaps been a short visit. They will be so much more to

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see here, but I think this will be a short-break destination, not a

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day trip. They will be too much to see him one day. The nearby Castle

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Hotel is one of the business is expecting a boost. If we can

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attract more people coming to Lincoln and staying in Lincoln, it

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will have a ripple effect throughout Lincoln, whether it be

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in shops, restaurants. People living in the city will also

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benefit. The castle grounds will be opened up for free, and the idea is

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it would create a small part in made -- a small park in the centre

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of the city and attract more foot fault. It can only be a good thing.

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Get more tourists into Lincoln, keep the economy going, good idea.

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It might attract more local people, which will be nice, as well as the

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tourists. The White should be finished in time for the 800th

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anniversary of the Magna Carter in 2015 -- the work. As the sun

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continues to shine across the area, East Coast seaside towns are

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cashing in on the warm weather. In Bridlington, some businesses have

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started their holiday season early with hotel bookings already up.

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Sarah Corker has spent the day in the town.

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Basking in the glorious sunshine, from a spot of beach volleyball to

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something more relaxing. Visitors were out in force in Bridlington

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today, making the most of the hot weather. Beautiful place, beautiful

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beach. We only 10 to go abroad for the weather. If you look closer to

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home, you have got everything. have never been before. You can

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hardly walk through the town when it is that busy. With temperatures

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as high as 22 degrees here in Bridlington this week, you could be

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forgiven for thinking we are in the Mediterranean. For traders here,

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the early Easter sunshine has kick- started the holiday season. The

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cash registers were ringing. From bumper ice-cream sales to rise in

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bookings for hotels. It makes people think about holidays. When

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the weather is nice, let's get away, even if only for a few days. My

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hotel is full of people, or sitting outside enjoying the sunshine.

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Yorkshire Belle enjoys it a birthday this -- the Yorkshire

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Belle enjoys its 65th birthday this year. A good season can make as

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much as 30 % difference in the takings. This at campaign is

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helping to encourage more people to a holiday at home this year -- this

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advertising campaign. Tourism bosses say the East Coast is

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marketing itself as the modern tourist destination for the family,

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and it seems to be working. We have deckchair hire, two chalets, a new

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park and ride service. You do not have to travel far for a holiday.

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Why go abroad when you have always on your doorstep?

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Early boost for our work seaside resorts. Still ahead tonight: The

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Hull ice hockey players aiming to shock Sheffield in this weekend's

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play-offs. There's Hollywood success for two

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young filmmakers from Goole Jane Richardson sent in this photograph

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Thank you for that. Evening. Jackie says, I bumped into my lifelong

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heart-throb David Essex in a Hull bookshop. I look forward to using a

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better chat-up line when I meet Paul Hudson. Do not say anything

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about David Essex. He could be watching!

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A headline for tomorrow is, enjoy the sunshine while it lasts. Parts

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of Yorkshire has had their sunniest march on record. That has just been

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announced. The record was broken this morning. It has been quite a

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march. High pressure still in charge for now. The sunshine will

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be with us for one more day. You can see how beautiful it has been.

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There has been some high cloud floating down from the north. That

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has made the sunshine a little hazy at times. Tonight, we are likely to

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see some cloud, especially in coastal areas. We may have a touch

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of ground frost in land, with lows of three or four. They will be some

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sunshine around from the word go. Also, a bit more in the way of

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cloud, but that will break-up. Another lovely day in store. Dry

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with long spells of sunshine. The breeze will be a North north-

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westerly. It could tip round to the north east, along the coast.

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Temperatures in the range of thought team up to 19. That is 66

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degrees Fahrenheit. Further ahead, Saturday looks cloud and cooler

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with perhaps a bit of drizzle. Sunday is not looking too bad. The

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trend as we head through next week is for colder weather to develop,

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with temperatures by Tuesday seven I taught her view because I knew

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you were going to say something about David Essex, but I was in

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there like a flash -- I told own view.

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Are you looking forward to your boat trip tomorrow?

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Yes. Join us tomorrow night for a special programme. Hull Labour MP

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Diana Johnson has called the proposed introduction of VAT on hot

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food such as pies and sausage rolls "ridiculous" and questioned how it

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will work in practice. The tax, introduced in last week's Budget,

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is due to take effect in the autumn. George Osborne argues it closes a

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loophole in the law, with takeaways and fish and chip shops having paid

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it for almost 30 years. It is another squeeze on a cost of

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living. Buying a pasty or a hot sausage roll is a bit of a pleasure

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in the middle of the day. This is just silly, and how will it work

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practically? I think it is ridiculous. It claimed the lives of

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more than 6,000 men and now memories of Hull's fishing industry

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will be kept for ever. A special radio project has recorded

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conversations about life in the area to store in the British

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library. Two of the people involved are Michael and Jill, who both lost

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loved ones at sea. For The Listening Project, they discuss

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family life within a fishing community and how they dealt with

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tragedy. Leanne Brown has been Being a man, you think you have got

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to be tough. I remember my dad catching me at the door stop, and

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he said, were due to be brave for your mother and just sisters. He

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said, do not quite. But I needed to. Listening to their recording for

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the first time, Jill and Michael were not expecting to feel this

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emotional. Your heart to skip a beat. You go back to the reality of

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that time. The shock of it. It's that my family, and I am sure it

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did many others. And this is what they are talking about, the fishing

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industry and the tragedy that unfolded. Michael lost his brother

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in 1968. I was 14. I missed out on all the things you do with your

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brother, you know? The first pint in the pub and all those kinds of

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things. There was no funeral, nobody. The consensus was you had

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to move on with your life. But you didn't. It was trapped within year.

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You kept that a new for many years. -- Phuket that with the new for

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many years. Jill lost her husband on December 25th, 1966. I was 18. I

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had a daughter who was 11 months old, and I was about 10 months

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pregnant. I was quite ill as well. Really, I just wanted to die. When

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I look at it now, as an older woman, I think, how did I get through it?

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There have breaking experiences are now documented in a frank

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conversations. -- their heartbreaking experiences. I think

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about what we have been given to go through. I think sometimes, not

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always, I think it makes you a better and stronger person.

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Absolutely. Not only will it be broadcast on the radio, it will be

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kept here in the British Library in London. If you had the chance to

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listen back to our conversation like Michael and Jill's, from 100

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years ago, about an industry that died out, how fascinating would

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that be? SOFA generations to come, those lost at sea and their stories

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will never be forgotten -- so, for generations to come. And you can

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hear more stories from The Listening Project when it gets

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under way on BBC Lincolnshire, BBC Radio Humberside and BBC Radio 4

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from tomorrow. In ice hockey, Hull Stingrays face

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a do-or-die weekend against Yorkshire rivals Sheffield Steelers

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in this season's play-offs. The odds favour the South Yorkshire

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club after they finished five places ahead of Hull in the league,

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but as Simon Clark explains, the Stingrays are planning an upset. It

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was the toughest training session of the year. The code made no

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excuses for that. He knows as well as anyone that if Hull are to cause

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an Oz -- caused an upset and reach the semi-finals, they have to be at

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their best. It is going to be a difficult battle. Sheffield has

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been one of the best teams all season. We know it will be an

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uphill battle. We will have to be perfect and make sure we cut down

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on mistakes. The two site and a richer the world. It was only two

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weekends ago that Hull found impressive form to beat their

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neighbours. Much rests in a hands of the goalkeeper. He says the team

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have a chance, now that all the players fit. We always play well

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against Sheffield. Now they are coming again, we had two wins here

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in the last two games, so we have everything we need and we just need

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to show up. Says Bennett believes there is turmoil that after -- set

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Bennett believes there is some Taman here. King is gone, and that

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leaves a big hall. -- hole. If the Stingrays can pull off a major

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surprise, it will turn out to be a not too bad season after all. In

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reality, it means taking a healthy lead on Sunday.

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Could look to them. David Hockney's exhibition of

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paintings featuring East Yorkshire at the Royal Academy of Arts is to

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open until midnight everyday for the last week of its run. The

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exhibition by the Bridlington-based artist includes a large number of

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scenes from the Wolds. Due to high demand from visitors, the London

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gallery will open for 14 hours a day until it closes on April 9th.

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The show will then move to the Guggenheim Museum in Bilbao in May.

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They were up against competition from all around the world but two

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teenage film-makers from Goole have won awards in Hollywood. Harvey

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Griffin and Hannah Turner took part in a film-making project last year

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based at their local arts centre, The Junction. The director was so

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impressed with their work, he entered it into the prestigious

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Hollywood International Family Film Festival. Emma Massey reports.

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The award for best comedy goes to Going Up. Directed by Harvey

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Griffin from goal. Harvey's short film about two people getting stuck

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in a lake was shot on a Super 8 film camera. He only had one chance

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to get it right. The biggest challenge was trying to get all of

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the scene's done, as we only had one shot at each one. We had to

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rehearse and rehearsed to make sure we got every single shot how we

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wanted it. The Hannah Turner won the award for best drama. Man From

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The Moon is a drama about a man who is searching for his long-lost life,

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and everything he loved has gone and been replaced by modern life.

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The Hollywood International Family Film Festival is pretty prestigious.

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They have Submissions coming in from all over the world. To win

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Best Comedy, to be a finalist for drama, that is huge. Young people

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from Goole in East Yorkshire, in the UK, have got a film showing in

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Hollywood. How cool is that! They will never forget the experience.

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thought it was a good someone I was making it, but I did not realise

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how good people thought it was. is amazing. I am really happy that

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I have one, and I cannot believe it. From Goole to Hollywood. With such

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high accolades at such a you made, we could be looking at the work of

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future international movie directors.

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Great story. Well done to them. Let's have a recap on the headlines.

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The opposition accuses the government of presiding over a

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shambles over the petrol queues. In East Yorkshire and Lincolnshire,

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worries that fuel supplies are dwindling in some isolated

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communities. Patchy low cloud and places them

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dry and bright. Top temperature, 19 Celsius.

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Response coming in on the subject of the petrol. That petrol station

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in Withernsea has now run out of fuel. My husband has to travel 50

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miles each way to work, if he cannot get petrol, how can he do

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that? Mac from Beverley said, what a crazy situation, Talca drivers

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have not given a date for striking and they have to give seven days'

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notice -- tanker drivers. What a boost to sales for the garages!

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