SWANLAND: A laptop and midwifery bag were among items stolen from a parked car in St Mary's Walk.
A black canvas bag and a set of baby weighing scales were also taken between 9pm on Saturday and 8am on Sunday.
The items were in the boot of a blue BMW 1 which was parked in the residential street outside a house.
The medication contained in the kit consists of various items used specifically in midwifery.
Combi Boiler fitted for £960.00
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Please inquire for further details
existing boiler must be a combi
extra costs would occur if new gas supply pipe needed to gas meter
condensate drain point must be within 3 meters of the boiler
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Valid until: Sunday, June 30 2013
Anyone with information should call police on 101, referring to log 236 of October 28.
HULL: A vintage fair is heading to the city this weekend.
Hull City Hall will be throwing open its doors and showcasing 40 of the UK's best vintage traders with items from the 1940s through to the 1980s.
The event offers clothing and accessories, craft, homeware and collectibles, as well as a vintage tea room and beauty salon.
The last fair was attended by more than 2,000 people.
Organiser Lou Lou Glover said: "We handpick our traders so visitors know they will be able to buy some of the best vintage the country has to offer.
"We love coming to Hull and the City Hall is a beautiful venue – it provides the perfect backdrop to shop till you drop."
The event will run on Saturday from noon to 5pm. Visit www.facebook.com/hullvintage for more information.
BRIDLINGTON: The town council is set to ask for new offices as part of the town centre's area action plan.
The proposal was put to councillors at a meeting last week by councillor Malcolm Milns, who believes purpose-built offices could be combined with a tourist information centre in the middle of the town.
He said the current offices in Quay Road are too small and mean the town council are unable to hold meetings, surgeries or welcome members of the public.
HULL: On the 35th anniversary of his father's death, Marc Bolan's son is paying homage to his rock and roll career in the city.
Rolan Bolan and Hull-born singer Emma Rugg will perform at the Sailmakers Arms in High Street on Sunday from 7pm.
Hits including Hot Love, Deborah, Get It On, Telegram Sam and Cosmic Dancer will be performed.
Singer-songwriter Marc was best known as the frontman of glam rock group T Rex.
He died in a car crash in 1977, two weeks before his 30th birthday.
Tickets for the gig cost £7 from GJM Music in Hull or from the venue. Visit www.wegottickets.com or call 01482 218644.
WEST HULL: The Griffin Pub in Anlaby Road will host a charity night for a number of causes on Sunday, November 18.
The Big 10 event will feature local talent and support local charity Ava's Fund, Macmillan Cancer Support and the Autistic Society.
Organiser Kathleen Scrivener said: "It's going to be a fantastic night and we have plenty of live bands playing and a raffle."
The event starts at noon. For more details, call 01482 820040.
DRIFFIELD: A bonfire and firework display will take place on Saturday at the town's rugby club.
The fire will be lit at 7pm and the displays will begin at 7.15pm.
There will be free parking, refreshments, including a bar, and fairground rides for families.
Organisers say there should be strictly no sparklers lit on the site.
Admission costs £2 for adults, £1 for children aged 5 to 16 and free for under-5s.
The event is sponsored by The Fireworkers.
For more information about the night, call 01377 254160.