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

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Making the most of lower tolls, but will the rising cost of fuel hold

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back any benefits? Unfortunately, the negative outweighs the positive

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so the increase in the cost of diesel more than takes out any

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reduction in the bridge cost. How the unexpected death of an East

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Yorkshire teenager has led to cardiac screening for fellow pupils.

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Hopefully, if it picks up one person, that is one person we have

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managed to save from going through what we have.

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Out of its depth - another whale beaches itself on the Yorkshire

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coast. Silver stars - the Humberside

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presenters shortlisted for a prestigious national award.

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And this week looks to be much cooler than it was last week. I

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Good evening. As the historic reduction in Humber

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Bridge tolls comes into effect, some drivers and businesses have

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hit out at the Government over rising fuel prices. They say

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cutting the cost of the crossing is not enough to kick-start the area's

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economy unless fuel prices are curbed. This was the moment at

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midnight on Saturday when the tolls were reduced. Dozens of bikers

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crossed free of charge for the first time. Today the Transport

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Secretary, Justine Greening, was at the bridge to mark the occasion and

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promised economic benefits, as Crispin Rolfe reports.

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Still a headache. Car tolls may have halved but commuters continue

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to car-share over the Humber Bridge. It's not the price of a ticket, but

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the cost of a tank of petrol. work over in Grimsby, come over

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most days of the week. It is still quite costly on top of the fuel.

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Going to Grimms did -- Grimsby, it still saves you the petrol. Trying

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to be green and save a bit of money and it is a bit of company as well.

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Hauliers and transport firms have also benefited from the

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Government's toll reduction. But Mike O'Neill says any bonus to his

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firm has been wiped out by the current high price of fuel.

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difference, any small amount of reduction, makes a massive

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difference to us. And the bridge toll, it can make a big difference

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to us, it really can. I think the Government has to go further.

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Justine Greening, the Transport Secretary, came to take the credit

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for the toll reduction but couldn't promise petrol price improvements.

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I am not going to write the next Budget. That is a matter for George

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Osborne. But what we can say in terms of my part of government, the

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Secretary of State for Transport, the work we are putting in his

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unprecedented. �30 billion over the next Spending Review. A lot of

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investment in trains and road schemes as well. I think we have to

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be positive. People are definitely going to have an advantage from the

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tolls are coming down but I think hauliers are right to make the

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point. Away from the transport industry, the reduction is also

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being welcomed. This housing development on the south bank of

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the Humber is being built in the shadow of the bridge. That

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flexibility to be able to announce look beyond and further where they

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might want to live, and so we certainly have seen an increase in

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our internet registrations, people signing on to our website.

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coalition's aim here has always been about boosting the local

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economy. And after all, lowering the tolls is something none of the

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current Government's predecessors have ever done. But even while that

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fact is celebrated, motorists at least are still wondering whether

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they're any better off. The organisation that represents

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independent petrol stations is warning of fuel shortages until

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after Easter and says as a result, some of its members are being

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forced to up prices at the pumps. The Retail Motor Industry also says

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panic-buying had a bigger impact because thousands of small petrol

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stations have been forced out of business in recent years. I'll be

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talking to them shortly. First, our business correspondent, Paul Murphy,

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is live in East Kirkby, in Lincolnshire, a village that

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recently lost its petrol station. Paul, what impact has the closure

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had? It is not just the loss of a business. It is the loss of amenity.

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We have perhaps seen a similar situation with the demise of rural

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post offices. Here, they stopped selling pure last summer. It is not

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a shop and caravan park. -- selling fuel. The story is all about bulk-

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buying. The bigger you are, the cheaper of York. The small

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operators are being squeezed out of the market. This petrol station ran

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out of petrol last week as panic buyers fill their tanks. Now they

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are waiting for a tanker delivery which may not come until Friday.

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With no customers, the business is feeling the pinch. We have had

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nothing for a last few nights. What will we do? There are seven staff

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who work here and we cannot stay open the same hours we normally

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open. We are normally open from 7am to 9pm. We are having to cut away

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hours down. If as carriages compete to replenish their stocks, it is

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the smaller, independent businesses who won last in the queue. Here,

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smaller petrol stations are already under pressure to compete with

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supermarkets and big chains. cannot buy. Supermarkets are buying

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for the country, if you like. We are just one. So it is just

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impossible to compete. His garage in East Kirkby is one of the many

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which have given up selling petrol. Basic unlike supermarkets, they

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cannot afford to buy in bulk. -- they say unlike supermarkets.

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time we get a load, we have not made enough to pay for the next

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load with the price rises. We cannot get into the market again.

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The industry body representing petrol retailers is blaming the

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government Maghreb of a panic buying and the supply shortage, and

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has asked for an urgent meeting with ministers. -- the Government.

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It is reckoned four petrol stations have closed within a former grave

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and mile radius. The panic buying could threaten many more.

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You speak for independent petrol stations. What are they telling you

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about supplies and prices? Tell us your petrol stories. We will have

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In a moment, Humberside becomes the first Fire Service in the country

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to hire itself out to a private company.

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200 young people are getting tested for undiagnosed heart conditions

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which killed their friend. Josh Fell from Hornsea was just 15 when

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he died last June. Now his parents have helped set up screenings to

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check teenagers for heart problems. More than 600 people under the age

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of 35 die from undiagnosed heart problems in Britain each year. In

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80% of cases there are no symptoms. 40% of those who die are under the

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age of 18. Vicky Johnson was at today's screening session.

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Young, fit and apparently healthy, but all these teenagers were eager

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to be screened. Today's event has been organised by the parents of

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15-year-old Josh Fell, who collapsed and died last year from a

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rare undiagnosed heart condition. It is a big comfort. If they can

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find something wrong with somebody, it has done some good. If only Josh

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had had that chance for an ECG. It is also good to see that the kids

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are getting a chance to come and get tested for any conditions they

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might have. One of the first to arrive was James Oliphant, one of

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Josh's friends, who was with him when he died. It's really, really

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good that everything is coming together and everybody can get

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checked out, to make sure it doesn't happen to anybody else. I

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am really we leave nothing is wrong with me and I can go a long as I am.

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Around 12 apparently healthy young people under the age of 35 die

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every week in the UK from undiagnosed heart problems. But

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screening days like today to help save lives. The cardiac screening

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we do we'll pick up about 98% of abnormalities that can lead to

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sudden death, so the vast majority of abnormalities will be picked up

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by what we are doing. While this two-day event was organised months

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ago, the Cardiac Risk in the Young charity admit they've been

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inundanted with calls following the recent collapse of Fabrice Muamba,

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the Bolton Wanderers player. Teenagers attending today say

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screening should be more widespread. It is a really good. My dad also

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passed away from the same thing so I felt like getting it done, just

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to be on the safe side. Even if they saved one life today, it will

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be worth it. Around 200 young people will undergo the cardiac

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screening. And the Fells have already started organising next

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year's event in tribute to Josh and to ensure other lives aren't cut so

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tragically short. A man from East Yorkshire is on

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board the Clipper Round the World yacht that's been at the centre of

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a dramatic mid-ocean rescue. David Hawkins from Little Weighton was on

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board the Geraldton when it was caught in a storm in the Pacific

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Ocean and struck by a large wave. Four other sailors had to be taken

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off the vessel but the remaining crew have stayed onboard and are

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heading for San Francisco. New dispersal powers have been

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introduced on a Lincoln estate to tackle anti-social behaviour. From

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today, people causing alarm or distress to the public around

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Birchwood Shopping Centre will be ordered to leave the area. If they

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refuse, they could face a �1,500 fine or a possible jail term.

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Humberside Fire and Rescue has become the first in the country to

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hire itself out on a private contract. It's won a multi-million

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pound deal to provide rescue services at the Tata Steel works in

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Scunthorpe. Humberside's Deputy Chief Fire Officer told us the

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profit made would help counteract spending cuts imposed by the

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Government. Linsey Smith had access to the steelworks as the

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firefighters took part in a training exercise.

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Like many public services, Humberside Fire and rescue phase

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big budget cuts. �7.2 million, to be precise. But hiring out his team

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to tatters deal could avoid cuts to services. The profit will be

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invested into community safety. will be able to continue activities

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which we might have had to discontinue in the light of cuts to

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our budgets. Does this not take your eye off Community Fire and

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rescue? I can reassure the communities of Humberside there is

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absolutely no effect on the service being delivered to the community in

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terms of responding to fires and emergencies. That will remain in

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local authority control. Working with molten metals carries a host

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of risks. The company says buyers Services bidding for safety

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contract's is welcomed. We have hazardous chemicals which provide a

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personal and environmental risk on site. We work at height and in

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confined spaces, so there is a large range of risks that we have

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to manage very carefully. No public money was used to set up the

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private buyers station and it has created five new jobs. I was

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working at the system site and had been there for 18 years. I was also

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a retained firefighter on the site Maghreb. I was looking at the

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threat of redundancy and possibly having to work our way from home.

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This opportunity came up in the local area and it is fantastic.

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This could be the first contract of its kind but Humberside Fire and

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rescue her but will not be the last. A way of boosting the coffers in

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I did say earlier I would be talking to the organisation which

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speaks for the independent petrol stations, but due to a power cut at

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our studio in London, that now looks unlikely, sorry about that.

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Keep the messages coming in or on the subject of petrol.

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Still ahead, Steelers stung, whole's ice hockey team make the

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play-off semi-final was. -- Hull. And the whole pensioners up for a

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national radio award. -- Hull. If you have got a picture you are

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proud of, send it in. Our director Lisa, good evening to you.

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An e-mail from Katie, I sought Peter with a pair of binoculars!

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Does anyone know what he was doing? It is called being an aviation

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enthusiast! We are going to sea temperatures

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below average for the time of year, which is very different to what we

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had last week. Today has been 11 or 12 degrees, tomorrow will feel much

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colder. It will also turn out to be quite a wet today. This weather

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front is pushing southwards, bringing called air behind and the

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chance of some snow overnight. You can see all the cloud building

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through the course of the afternoon. It has brought us a few showers,

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and it will stay that way overnight. The wind will be light and from the

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West, and temperatures will drop to roundabout four or five degrees.

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The sun will rise tomorrow at around 6:30am.

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Those are your latest high waters. Tomorrow, they could be a little

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bit of brightness first to be in the morning, but we are most be

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looking at cloudy skies we showers developing. The rain will be heavy

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at times, and we will see a fresh north-easterly wind, and

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temperatures struggling to make it into double figures. It is going to

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feel cold when you add on the effect of the wind. Late on Tuesday,

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we will see the rain turning to snow, added may settle in places.

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It Clare's on Wednesday, although we will be left with wintery

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showers. As we head towards the bank holiday weekend, the

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I see Easter has already started at the Met Office!

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See you tomorrow. Experts are tracking the body of a

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whale that briefly washed up on a beach near spurn Head later today.

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They want to find out what killed This 14 ft infant was found on the

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beach early this morning. It had injuries to his head and a solid.

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It had scrapes down the side and injuries to its mouth and head. We

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cannot confirm whether that was the cause of death.

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It is unclear how wet sustained the trauma, unfortunately it was taken

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by the tide before a full examination could take place. These

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standings are becoming more common. In 2006, a sperm whale washed up a

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Kilnsey. In 2007, one was trapped near New Holland, as last year, one

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washed up near Skeffling. We have formed a partnership which

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is hopefully going to give us more of an insight into how and why they

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are actually coming into the North Sea, and we can help to protect

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them in future years. The whale is well into the North

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Sea. It may or may not come back to shore, but it does, an autopsy will

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take place to find out why these mammals keep turning opera on the

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East Yorkshire coast. -- keep turning up.

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It certainly seems to happen in time and time again.

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Scunthorpe United are now five points clear of the League One

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relegation zone after their 4-1 win over Chesterfield. Despite going a

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goal down in the first half, they recovered to equalise, then it

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after the break, they scored three goals in 15 minutes to record their

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biggest away win of the season. Hull City manager Nick Barmby Saiz

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despite his side's poor run, they have still not given up on making

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the Championship play-offs. Sadly's defeat to commentary, their 4th in

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a row, means they are now five points away from the top six places.

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The next game is Millwall, a greater challenge. We will not give

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Dean Windass has been speaking to the BBC's Late Kick-Off programme

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about his battle with depression. He scored the goal that took his

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home club into the Premier League and has been treated for the

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illness. I feel brand new now, and I am glad

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to get back to working and a bit of normality in my life. There were a

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lot of things going on that I kept behind closed doors. But then you

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end up lying to people, and not being honest with yourself. So it

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was time for me to be honest, really. First and foremost, with

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myself, and asking for help, and I had a few friends on the way,

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because others living in Hull at the time, my mum saw me, and I had

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the courage to come out and I got the opportunity to help.

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It would have been hard to admit that you're struggling with life in

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general. What clicked to make you think that?

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The hardest thing is to admit that you are depressed. The next day

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you're not OK, and it is a cycle. I thought I was fine, I thought I was

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all right and I could overcome it, but obviously I was not fine, and

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went I spoke to Clarke Carlisle, who had been in a similar situation,

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he said that I should speak to this clinic and they would help me, they

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are the best people in the world. And I rang them and the that is

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where it all started. You can hear his thoughts on Hull

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City's chances of making the play- offs on Late Kick-Off, here on BBC

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One. An extended interview will also be

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on the BBC's Board website later tonight.

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It has been described as the greatest shock in British ice

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hockey history. Hull Stingrays beat the Sheffield Steelers to set up a

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semi-final showdown next weekend. The Stingrays saved their best

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performance for last night. This is the sight of joy and

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abounded, the sight of history being made. It had all begun the

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night before, in Hull, where the Stingrays secured a draw in the

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first leg. That was good, but this second leg was beyond superlatives,

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as the screaming fans testified, after every Hull golf. And there

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were five of them in total. At this household today, it was a

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chance to catch breath and absorb the astonishing events across the

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county. Our fans were amazing, they are

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really loud a Hull, and last night in Sheffield, they took over the

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arena. Our fans were so loud. We said in the dressing room before

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the game how loud they were, and it got us going.

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You have got to speak to the man who is driving the train from

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Doncaster. It was back to the day-job for Paul,

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who has supported the club through all its guises throughout the years.

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I am still buzzing, I did not get much sleep last night. You cannot

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describe how good it feels to beat a team like Sheffield when you are

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Hull Stingrays. We are not even supposed to be there, and it is

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unbelievable. Last night, to see them in the

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stands, with their Jersey's of Commerce win them all over the

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place, it is part of the great passion which came through.

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It is a winner-takes-all semi-final against Nottingham on Saturday.

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Another tall order. Well done to be Stingrays.

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Despite their 5th straight win, this time against the Bradford

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Bulls, Hull FC could not quite grab the top spot in the Superleague.

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This later try by Tom Briscoe helped to secure the points after

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they held off a fightback by Bradford, winning 24-18.

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And a hat-trick by Hull Kingston Rovers' Kris Welham of did not help

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them to victory against Castleford. Cost of the poor the winners 34-30.

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-- Castleford were the winners. Two pensioners from Hull who have a

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view on just about everything have been nominated for one of the radio

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industry's top awards. Beryl and Betty our presenters on a Saturday

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evening show on BBC Radio Humberside. This morning, they made

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a special appearance on and David Burns' morning show. -- on the

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David Burns' morning show. Their special take on life has

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become an unexpected hit. Beryl and Betty are undisputed stars. At the

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age of 86 and 90, they have been nominated for a prestigious Sony

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award. They are the radio industry's equivalent of the Oscars.

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Something that this has never ever happened to me. I live a very quiet

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life. I have spoken in the past on a microphone to a roomful of people,

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but I have never spoken to thousands of people who are

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listening, and we have now done that for six years.

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The nomination is for best entertainment programme, and David

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Reeves, their fellow presenter and producer, knows exactly why the

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ladies have impressed. I knew I had something magical.

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They have the Midas touch, there is something about them that is unique

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and original, and if anything, you should win it for originality.

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Previous winners include Chris Evans, Russell Brand and Chris

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Miles. This year, Frank Skinner has also been nominated, and on his

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show at the weekend, Beryl and Betty were seen as the main

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opposition. One of them is 86 and the other 90,

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so I hope they win the, and I will feel terrible if I beat a two old

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ladies! I have always liked him.

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I want to grab him! You what?

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The winners will be announced on 14th May. And with Beryl and Betty

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the oldest nominees in the history of the Sony Awards, they are

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already being seen as the start of the show. -- stars of the show.

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You can hear them with David Reeves on BBC Radio Humberside between 6pm

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and 7pm on Saturdays. Let's have a recap of the main

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headlines. 30 years since the start of the

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Falklands War, Britain remembers those who died -- who died to

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defend the island. A reduction in the prices for the

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Humber Bridge cut into effect, but businesses say they are still

:26:45.:26:49.

struggling because of fuel prices. The chance of some rain, turning to

:26:49.:26:58.

sleet in the afternoon. Some responses coming in on the

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subject of petrol. Karen says the petrol companies have put prices up

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when people are suffering. James says drivers have had their

:27:11.:27:16.

petrol tanks are siphoned out. The government have a lot to answer for.

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One man says he travels a long way to work and it used to cost him �15

:27:21.:27:27.

per week. Now it cost him �60 a week, it has made a well-paid job

:27:27.:27:32.

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