HULL: Young boxers are being offered the chance to watch international bouts for free.
Boxers from any of Hull's clubs will be admitted to the Sports Arena in West Park for no cost tonight when English boxers take on those from Australia.
Boxing starts at the venue at 8.30pm. Prior to the fights, there will be a three-course meal at ringside. Tickets for the meal cost £40 and tables of ten cost £400.
For those just wanting to see the boxing, tiered seating is available and tickets cost £10.
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Call Paul Kershaw on 07907 397278 or Mike Bromby on 07989 907344 for tickets for the three course meal.
EAST YORKS: Legal action against the exam regulator Ofqual and two exam boards over June's English GCSE exam has been launched by a group of heads and local authorities.
The group says it has served court papers on exam boards AQA and Edexcel, detailing the case for the exams to be re-graded.
The papers challenge the examiners' decision to raise the marks needed to get a C grade between January and June.
The group argues changes to the grade boundaries between January and June meant pupils with the same mark got different grades.
An estimated 10,000 students missed out on a C grade as a result of the decisions, according to the group.
The statement of claim served in the High Court states: "The decisions have prejudiced the life chances of thousands of children.
"The immediate effects of the decisions include children being unable to progress in education, losing vocational opportunities and jobs and being unable to gain employment."
COTTINGHAM: An organ recital will be held at Zion United Reformed Church in Hallgate on Saturday.
Tickets for the event, which starts at 7pm, cost £6 and include refreshments.
They are available on the door or by calling 01482 845920.