An award-winning Hull restaurant has been chosen to stage the launch of a public art project which forms part of next year’s Amy Johnson Festival celebrations. The launch of A Moth for Amy, where local artists will decorate moths which will eventually be hung on building facades across Hull, will take place on Thursday morning at 1884 Dock Street Kitchen.
The University of Hull has been awarded the prestigious Queen’s Anniversary Prize for its research into slavery – a problem that continues to blight the world. The award was announced tonight (November 19) at a ceremony at St James’ Palace in London attended by the University’s Chancellor, Baroness Bottomley of Nettlestone, and the Vice-Chancellor, Professor Calie Pistorius.It recognises the world-leading
One of the region’s leading training organisations is ready to equip workers to work in potentially explosive environments following completion of the latest phase of investment. Humberside Engineering Training Association (HETA) has secured accreditation to deliver CompEx training at a newly built facility in its centre at Foxhills Industrial Estate in Scunthorpe. The facility was constructed by HETA apprentices after