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Hull Daily Mail published Stoptober: Can you stop smoking during October?

Hull Daily Mail published Stoptober: Can you stop smoking during October?

Businesses in East Yorkshire are losing around £12m each year through sick days for smokers. Now, more than 250 firms around the UK are joining public health experts to call on smokers to join in this year's Stoptober campaign to quit for good. More than 192,000 people have signed up to take part in this year's Stoptober. An event will be held in Hull city centre on October 9 with staff from Hull City Council and City Health Care Partnership using a giant seven-foot inflatable ball to...

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Hull Daily Mail commented Work begins on Hull's condemned New York Hotel ahead of November...

Hull Daily Mail commented Work begins on Hull's condemned New York Hotel ahead of November...

Work has started to prepare a long-standing Anlaby Road eyesore for demolition in November. The derelict former New York Hotel and nightclub, close to Hull city centre, has literally been falling to pieces in recent years. Now, contractors have begun work on the site as they prepare to pull down the privately-owned building. It follows a move earlier this year by Hull City Council to serve a notice on the owners requiring demolition to start. Since then, talks have continued between both...
Hull Daily Mail published Hull City youngsters 'need composure' to get past Burnley in...

Hull Daily Mail published Hull City youngsters 'need composure' to get past Burnley in...

Hull City academy manager Tony Pennock is urging his side to remain composed in attack as they prepare to travel to Burnley in the Under-21s Premier League Cup tonight.Despite claiming back-to-back victories in their opening two games of the 2014-15 season over Rotherham and Gateshead, the Tigers reserves boss has aired his concern over his side's 'panic-mode'.With knock-out football on the agenda at Turf Moor this evening, Pennock wants his side to keep calm and collected, and he's adamant the...
Hull Daily Mail published Nikica Jelavic pushing to be Hull City's star striker

Hull Daily Mail published Nikica Jelavic pushing to be Hull City's star striker

Peter Swan says one player he's really been impressed with so far this season is Nikica Jelavic. When Shane Long left the club I feared Nikica Jelavic was going to go into his shell slightly, having only just worked out the combination with the now Southampton man.However, Jelavic has a new lease of life in the 2014-15 campaign and he's really staking his claim to Steve Bruce to continue picking him in the starting line-up.When the new signings came through the door, Jelavic could have sulked...
Hull Daily Mail published Win a pair of tickets to Hull City v Crystal Palace and a copy of...

Hull Daily Mail published Win a pair of tickets to Hull City v Crystal Palace and a copy of...

Win tickets to Hull City v Crystal Palace and a copy of EA Sports Fifa 15 We have teamed up with EA Sports to offer one lucky winner a pair of tickets to Hull City v Crystal Palace at the KC Stadium on Saturday, October 4, 2014, plus the winner will also receive a copy of FIFA 15. EA SPORTS is the proud sponsor of the Barclays Premier League Player Performance Index. The EA SPORTS Player Performance Index is the Barclays Premier League's official statistical index of all 20 Barclays...
Hull Daily Mail published East Riding boundary ballot: 96% vote against Hull change

Hull Daily Mail published East Riding boundary ballot: 96% vote against Hull change

East Riding Council leader Stephen Parnaby has hailed a massive 96.5 per cent no vote against any expansion of Hull's boundaries. He said: I want to thank all the voters in this referendum for so over-whelmingly rejecting any extension by Hull City Council into the East Riding. This is a fantastic result with people voting in unprecedented numbers demonstrating that the strength of feeling is no less diminished than it was in the 1990s and the 1970s when the city council had...
Hull Daily Mail published Toilets in Pelican Park in east Hull 'disgusting,' say parents

Hull Daily Mail published Toilets in Pelican Park in east Hull 'disgusting,' say parents

PARENTS say they are concerned about the lack of adequate toilet and changing facilities at an east Hull park.Temporary facilities were installed in Pelican Park, in Lambwath Road, by Hull City Council five years ago.However, visitors have complained they are not fit for purpose.Wendy Hawksworth, 36, of Cavendish Road, has twin nine-year-old daughters, Mia and Lily, who have been using the recreation ground for the past four years.She said: The girls love coming here, but the toilet and...
Hull Daily Mail commented Hull City paper talk: Palermo blast Abel Hernandez, whilst...

Hull Daily Mail commented Hull City paper talk: Palermo blast Abel Hernandez, whilst...

Our daily blog with the latest news, transfer rumours and gossip about Hull City in the Premier League. Like HDM Sport on Facebook or follow us on Twitter. Abel Hernandez may have made a bright start to life at the KC Stadium, but his exit from Palermo has upset their president. The striker has netted two goals in three Premier League outings so far, but Maurizio Zamparini has slammed the forward, saying Hernandez 'will never achieve his aims' at the Tigers. The Uruguay international had been...
Hull Daily Mail Sep 29, 2014
Davidht11 commented Hull City serving up dramas – all that's missing is a...

Davidht11 commented Hull City serving up dramas – all that's missing is a...

Hull City writer Philip Buckingham thinks the conscious effort to become a sharper attacking unit has stripped back the Tigers resilience in defence THE KC Stadium is not quite the affordable weekend escape it used to be with admission on the rise to £50, but at least Steve Bruce and his men are making every effort to deliver value for money.Drama has come in each and every one of Hull City's five home games this season.Marvellous attacking play has conjured late winners, fight-backs and...
Hull Daily Mail published Dad Keith Jarvis blasts council 'jobsworths' after cleaning up...

Hull Daily Mail published Dad Keith Jarvis blasts council 'jobsworths' after cleaning up...

A FATHER-of-two who set out to improve a piece of waste ground in front of his home has accused the council of being jobsworths for ordering him to return it to its original state.Keith Jarvis says he thought he was doing Hull City Council and his neighbours a favour by putting down some gravel.But the long-distance lorry driver has received a letter from the local authority telling him that residents are not allowed to change the use of council- owned land. ...
Hull Daily Mail published Hull City boss Steve Bruce: 'We must not lose out belief'

Hull Daily Mail published Hull City boss Steve Bruce: 'We must not lose out belief'

Hull City boss Steve Bruce has urged his side not to lose belief after seeing their winless run extended by a 4-2 defeat to Manchester City. The Tigers produced a gallant display against Manuel Pellegrini's Premier League champions, fighting back from 2-0 down in an absorbing contest at the KC Stadium. It proved to be in vain as Manchester City's class told late on through goals from Edin Dzeko and Frank Lampard but Bruce retained optimism ahead of hosting Crystal Palace this weekend. Although...
Yorkshire Post Sep 29, 2014

Defensive problems mounting up for Bruce as champions show their class

Amid all the talk of lavish admission prices on Saturday, Steve Bruce ended up being more concerned with extravagance of a different sort.
Yorkshire Post Sep 29, 2014

Maguire cash will be invested in squad pledge

Sheffield United chief Jim Phipps says the Blades will re-invest the £2m they received for star defender Harry Maguire.
Hull Daily Mail published Peter Swan: No need to panic at Hull City but time to get three...

Hull Daily Mail published Peter Swan: No need to panic at Hull City but time to get three...

Our columnist Peter Swan sees plenty of positives watching Hull City give Manchester City a run for their big money. But the points aren't stacking up for the Tigers and next Saturday's fixture looks crucial. A STRANGE sense of satisfaction and slight frustration must be boiling over from Hull City fans at the moment, especially after Saturday's game against Manchester City. The horror start with two goals conceded in the opening ten minutes could have opened the floodgates, and maybe the...
Hull Daily Mail published Hull City 2 Manchester City 4: Player ratings

Hull Daily Mail published Hull City 2 Manchester City 4: Player ratings

Our Hull City reporter Philip Buckingham casts an eye over the players' performances in their 2-4 defeat to Manchester City. Allan McGregor Kept out Aguero in the first minute but powerless to keep out the Argentine soon after. Dzeko's first goal was unstoppable but he may have been disappointed when beaten for a second time. 6 Liam Rosenior A shaky start saw him beaten by Dzeko for the visitors' second but responded in style. His run and cross started the fight-back and fully justified his...