EAST YORKS: A health trainer service manager has been shortlisted for an NHS leadership recognition award.
Natalie Belt will compete in a category that recognises outstanding leaders who have put the community at the heart of their work.
A film crew will visit Bridlington to film Ms Belt supporting her health trainers, who provide health checks to local fishermen.
The awards ceremony will take place in London in December.
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Ms Belt said: "I am really looking forward to meeting Sir David Nicholson, chief executive of the NHS, when he hosts the awards ceremony later this year."
BRIDLINGTON: Scarborough Musical Theatre Company will makes its first visit to The Spa next month.
The company will stage Stephen Sondheim's musical farce A Funny Thing Happened On The Way To The Forum on Thursday, November 8, and Friday, November 9.
The musical farce is set in Ancient Rome and originally starred Frankie Howerd, whose success led to the TV spin-off, Up Pompeii.
Tickets for the 7.30pm show are available online at www.thespabridlington.com, or from the box office by calling 01262 678258.
HULL: The district auditor's findings from the audit of the 2011-12 financial statements have been welcomed by Hull City Council.
The annual report concluded the council has taken action to secure sustainable funding to increase the efficiency and effectiveness of its services.
Councillor Phil Webster, portfolio holder for finance and procurement, said: "I want to congratulate the officers and managers who have worked so hard over the past 12 months.
"This is particularly the case given the very challenging financial environment the council is in. I think it shows the rigour the council applies to ensure resources are better targeted, utilised more fully and the measures taken recently will ensure this continues to improve."