BRANSHOLME: A Staffordshire bull terrier puppy has been stolen from a home on the estate.
Humberside Police are appealing for information following the theft at about 12.45am on Friday.
The 14-week-old male puppy was outside in the backyard of the house in Ringstead Garth when someone climbed over the fence and stole the animal.
The dog answers to the name of Rocky and is black and brown with a white patch under its chin. All its claws are black with the exception of one white one.
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Anyone with information should call Humberside Police on 101.
E YORKS: Royal National Lifeboat Institution volunteers in the north of England launched more than 400 times this summer – down 20 per cent on last summer.
Crews were spurred into action to rescue people in difficulty at sea, on the beach and during floods.
In one of the toughest rescues in East Yorkshire, the Humber RNLI crew were at sea for more than 11 hours on June 22 when they rescued a yacht that had suffered engine failure in near gale-force winds.
The yacht's crew were suffering from sea sickness and had to be taken aboard the lifeboat before being winched up by a rescue helicopter.
RNLI divisional inspector north Andy Clift said: "Many rescues were carried out in bad weather or challenging conditions and once again, our charity owes a huge debt of thanks to our volunteers for giving up time with their families or at work to help save lives at sea."
E YORKS: A solution has been put forward to try to save a heart surgery centre used by East Yorkshire patients.
The Children's Heart Surgery Fund has suggested a plan to end the controversy over closing surgery at the Leeds General Infirmary. It would see a decision by the Joint Committee of Primary Care Trusts delayed for a year, keeping both Leeds and Newcastle open, with a decision on their future in April 2014.
By the end of this period, each centre would have to demonstrate they are fully compliant with all of the safety standards.
Sharon Cheng, director of the Children's Heart Surgery Fund, said: "The compromise avoids the risk of costly judicial action from supporters of either unit, while both Leeds and Newcastle will have the opportunity to demonstrate their compliance with safe and sustainable standards."
CITY CENTRE: A man was taken to hospital following a two-vehicle crash yesterday.
The accident happened in Baker Street, off Percy Street, just after 10.15am.
Fire service crew administered oxygen therapy to a man who was suffering from chest pains before he was taken to Hull Royal Infirmary. His condition is not known.