HULL: City councillors will conduct a site visit before deciding on plans for a micro wind farm at an industrial estate in the west of the city.
Wind turbine manufacturers Quiet Revolution are applying to install six 20m turbines on land at Saltmarsh Court in Priory Park.
Council planning officers are recommending approval for the development.
Councillor Pete Allen requested a site visit before any decision was agreed by members of the planning committee after he claimed some residents of the nearby Summergroves estate were concerned at the height of the turbines.
COTTINGHAM: The Friends of Hallgate Primary School will hold a sale of nearly-new baby equipment later this month.
It will take place on Sunday, November 25, at the Civic Hall, Market Green, from 10.30am to noon. There will be toys, clothes and books for newborns to five-year-olds.
Refreshments will also be on sale to raise funds.
HULL: A petition is being presented to councillors this week calling for a crackdown on kerb-crawling and litter problems.
Residents living in the Turner Court housing complex say more should be done to move prostitutes from working in nearby Midland Street in the city centre.
Their 21-name petition also calls for action over increased noise and litter, which they claim have coincided with the opening of the nearby Tokyo nightclub in Anlaby Road.
HULL: A 17-year-old girl has been arrested after allegedly assaulting a police community support officer along with three men.
The teenager is said to have stolen the officer's hat. The alleged assault saw the officer being dragged to the floor before being kicked and punched in the Drypool area of the city.
The girl and two of the men have been charged with assault, while the third man is being sought by police.