HULL: Multi-use travel smart cards are set to be introduced on buses in Hull.
Passengers will be able to use the cards on vehicles run by different operators for the first time.
Modelled on London's Oyster card, it aims to make cross-city journeys easier to make.
Initially, cards would cover seven days' travel but Mr Hall said the intention was to extend the period to 28 days.
Come and discover the wildlife at Blacktoft Sands nature reserve for just £6. Offer includes entry for 2 adults and up to 3 children, binocular hire and activities for children. Normal value £12.
Terms: Redeem voucher at visitor reception during opening hours, 9am to 5pm. Only, one pair of binoculars per voucher, customers will need to leave car keys as a deposit for binoculars.
Contact: 01405 800024
Valid until: Saturday, June 15 2013
HULL: Sub-contractors have been taken on to clear a backlog of broken street lights in the city.
Hull scrutiny councillors heard the move by the council's wholly-owned building firm KWL was aimed at responding to public criticism over the issue in recent months.
Residents should call the council's 300300 call centre to report broken lights.
W HULL: Plans to convert two former railway houses into a new restaurant in Princes Avenue, go before councillors today.
The scheme is earmarked for the two Victorian era properties next to the petrol filling station.
They were originally built alongside the former Botanic railway station.
The proposed conversion includes new extensions at the rear and side of the existing properties.
W HULL: A new exhibition of wildlife studies by Hull College photography student Monika Kaczmarz has opened at Vintage Café in Chanterlands Avenue, west Hull.
Originally from Poland, Monika's striking images provide a close-up view of Mother Nature at work.
The café offers free exhibition space to local artists and photographers with new shows every fortnight. For more information, call 01482 341415.