A famous Hull business which has been supporting literary lunches in the area for more than 20 years is bucking the trend in the book business with an innovative online strategy. Browns dates back to 1860 and is a model of retail evolution having operated in printing and then book sales before embracing online opportunities.read more
The head of Hull’s new City of Culture company pledged that priority will be given to local businesses and local workers as the organisation puts together its plans for the milestone year. Martin Green, who was appointed as Chief Executive of the company in October, said every effort will be made to source staff, supplies and services from in and around the Hull area. He added that where his team have to look further afield, they will urge suppliers to recruit from the local area and to consider opening a local site.read more
Holy Trinity Church, Hull’s most amazing place, today (November 7) revealed ambitious plans to transform into a leading heritage, cultural and tourism venue by the 2017 UK City of Culture year.read more
The firm has achieved no fewer than 26 recommendations within Chambers’ guideread more
Police and publicans in Hull city centre have been praised for working in partnership and living up to the Purple Flag promise of providing a safe and enjoyable night out.read more
Passengers benefit from enhanced, consistent Wi-Fi service and brand new access to a selection of the latest ITV programmes on boardread more
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A planning application has been lodged for the repair and redevelopment of 61-63 Humber Street which houses Fruit, including the creation of a new, purpose-built and sound-proofed multi-arts performance venue, accommodated partly within and also extending to the rear of the building.