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Crime survey launched amid fears from residents over increased violence across Hull

A political party has launched a citywide crime survey over fears of increasing violence happening across the city. Hull City Council's Liberal Democrats want residents to share their stories of crime to get to the heart of issues blighting...

7 October 2017 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

Drunk mum with son arrested for assaulting police officer at Hull Fair

A drunk mum in charge of her young son was arrested for assaulting a police officer at Hull Fair on Friday night. The woman was noticeably drunk when she attended the fair with her son, who was believed to be around eight or nine years old. Officers...

7 October 2017 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

Police reveal how many arrests were made on the opening night of Hull Fair - and the number might surprise you

Police have revealed the number of people arrested at Hull Fair on Friday as thousands of people descended on Walton Street to soak up the atmosphere on the opening night. Humberside Police Chief Inspector James Glanfield tweeted that just one person...

7 October 2017 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

The things we all do that REALLY annoy café workers

We usually pop in to cafés to grab ourselves a quick cup of coffee or delve into a hot bacon butty. But as you peruse over the menu and stir the milk and sugar into your tea have you ever spared a thought for coffee shop workers who have to juggle...

7 October 2017 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

Tragedy as man found dead after 'not being seen for some time'

A man has been found dead at home after "not being seen for some time". David Hall, 60, was missing before police discovered his body after being called to his home on Wednesday. Police have been unable to trace any members of his family and...

7 October 2017 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

The driving test is changing in a few weeks - here's what you need to know

It is a rite of passage for every motorist. But the driving test is due to undergo major changes in just a few weeks, as a number of features are being added - and some are being dropped. There's good news if you hate reversing around a corner, as...

7 October 2017 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

Police and Hull City Council reveal why they forced KCOM gate open - and if it will stay shut

Police have spoken out after forcing open a controversial gate which was blocking access to the KCOM Stadium. Chains securing the gate on the Argyle Street footbridge were cut open on Friday night as people climbed over it as they tried to get to Hull...

7 October 2017 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

Burglar found in Hull cemetery surrounded by chocolates

A Hull man who stole boxes of Father's Day chocolates during a burglary at Thorntons has been jailed for 15 months. Michael Campbell, 27, smashed the window of the Whitefriargate store to gain access to the building, before stealing £300 worth of...

7 October 2017 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

Zombie customers and hundreds of attacks: Was this Hull's most violent bar?

It was a notorious nightspot, a place described as a magnet for violence and disorder. Five years have now passed since Sgt Peppers in Chapel Street, city centre, shut its doors for good. But was this crime hotspot Hull’s most violent bar? Sgt Peppers...

7 October 2017 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

Man with 'metal strut' made victim fear violence was coming

Kevin Cutts, 62, of Alaska Villas, east Hull, was jailed for 16 weeks for having an offensive weapon, a "metal strut", in Mount Pleasant, east Hull, and putting a person in fear of violence by using threatening words or behaviour. He must...

7 October 2017 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

Police force open gate blocking access to KCOM Stadium after rush to get to Hull Fair

Police have forced open the gate blocking access to the KCOM Stadium after people were forced to climb over and under the railings to get to Hull Fair. The SuperStadium Management Company, which runs the KCOM Stadium, made the decision to close a gate...

6 October 2017 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

Garrison Road will be renamed Millward Way in time for new rugby league season in lasting tribute to rugby...

A major road connecting east and west Hull will be renamed after late rugby league legend Roger Millward MBE by the start of next season. Key figures including Hull City Council leader, Councillor Stephen Brady, Hull East MP Karl Turner, Hull KR...

6 October 2017 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

Police hunt to find robber who attacked man living above city centre pub with a spanner

A city centre pub tenant was attacked with a spanner by an intruder who'd broken into his premises. Police are probing the incident and want to speak to the man pictured above. The attack happened at The New Star in Carr Lane on September 5, after the...

6 October 2017 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

Customers shock as popular food store suddenly shuts after more than 50 years

A popular food traders has unexpectedly closed down, with its manageress stating that it was an "impossible task" to continue. Adeli of Beverley has been a mainstay of Wednesday Market for more than half a century, where it was run by three...

6 October 2017 in Yorkshire & Humber
 
Missing Renata's husband bailed after charge dropped

Missing Renata's husband bailed after charge dropped

Two men due to stand trial for an alleged conspiracy against missing Hull lawyer Renata Antczak have been released on bail after one of the charges against them was dropped. Ms Antczak's husband, Dr Majid Mustafa, 47, and co-defendant, Robert...

6 October 2017 in Yorkshire & Humber
 


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