E RIDING: Nurses from the region are championing Dignity Action Day, which encourages people to take responsibility for the quality of care in homes, hospitals and through home help services.
A number of nurses acting as "dignity champions" will be raising awareness of the action day, which takes place on Friday, February 1.
East Riding councillor Richard Harrap, portfolio holder for adult and carer services, said: "The Dignity In Care campaign is everyone's business, not just those who work in the healthcare profession. Everyone, no matter what age they are or what disability they have, deserves to be treated with dignity and respect."
EAST YORKS: The deadline for anyone wishing to become Humberside Police's new chief constable is noon today.
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Police and crime commissioner Matthew Grove launched an advertisement for the £139,119-a-year job last month.
Current Chief Constable Tim Hollis retires in March after eight years at the helm.
EAST HULL: A biker had to be taken to hospital after a crash on New Year's Eve.
A motorbike and a car crashed in Robson Way just after 9.30am. Police, firefighters and paramedics were all called to the scene.