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Man has toe bitten to the bone by savage thugs who burst into his house as he watched TV

A drug addict bit a man's toe to the bone and slashed him with a knife in a savage attack in his own home. The victim was sat watching television at his house in Melville Street, city centre, when Michael O’Dell, 25, and Antonia Black, 29, barged...

16 November 2017 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

Hessle insurance brokers 'looking forward to growth' after Belfast firm buy out

A Hessle-based insurance company has been bought by a Belfast firm for an undisclosed sum. Kennett Insurance Brokers, which employs 10 staff at its Hessle offices, has been taken over by Northern Ireland’s biggest independent brokers Willis Insurance...

16 November 2017 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

'I told him I'd love and miss him forever' - Man thought back pain was down to DIY but it was his heart

A heartbroken woman woke to find her "soul mate" clutching his chest and struggling to breathe just hours before he died from an undiagnosed heart condition. Leanne Cook, 36, woke in the early hours to find her partner Lee Spanton, 43, sat...

16 November 2017 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

Hull Fair worker savagely beat this man over a spilt pint - but he says it was just banter

A former traveller who settled in Hull was viciously beaten outside a pub after going to visit friends at Hull Fair. The group assault on Lee Carnell only ended because one of his attackers feared they were going to kill him. The father-of-six was...

16 November 2017 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

Dangerous driver led high-speed police chase through city centre

Horst Trutzenbach, 22, of Inmans Road, Hedon, received a 26-week prison sentence, suspended for 12 months, was banned from driving for two years, and must have up to 20 days rehabilitation, for dangerous driving in Wright Street, Prospect Street,...

16 November 2017 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

Number of Hull people out of work rises despite UK unemployment being at its LOWEST in four years

Hull has seen a two per cent rise in unemployment, despite the national figure remaining at a four-year low. Despite numerous consecutive months of decreasing numbers of people on unemployment benefits, October saw an increase of 115 people in Hull...

15 November 2017 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

Two men charged with attempted murder after victim found seriously injured in west Hull

Two men have been charged with attempted murder after a man was found with serious injuries in west Hull. Jermaine Jackson, 33, has been charged with attempted murder and kidnap, and Terrance Johnson, 58, has been charged with attempted murder. The...

15 November 2017 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

130 jobs at risk as KCOM to close Prospect House call centre in Hull city centre

KCOM has announced it will be closing its call centre at Prospect House, putting 130 jobs at risk. The company says that the contact centre in Hull city centre, which takes calls on behalf of clients, has been “unprofitable for several years”. Staff...

15 November 2017 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

Thousands of pounds of jewellery stolen from house as thieves smash through window

Thousands of pounds of jewellery has been stolen from a house after thieves broke into a first floor window. The burglary took place at about 5pm on November 10 in Welton, where the offenders broke a window and gained entry into the house. A diamond...

15 November 2017 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

Paedophile caught on camera ripping down 'warning posters' residents put up about him

This is the moment a convicted paedophile is caught removing "warning signs" alerting people to his crimes. Pervert Neil Illingworth, 52, who likes to dress up as a ten-year-old girl called "Ann" for sexual thrills, was found with...

15 November 2017 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

Man wanted after woman robbed in Piper club

CCTV images have been released from a popular Hull nightclub after a robbery in the early hours of the morning. Humberside Police want to speak with the man pictured in connection to the robbery, in which a woman was grabbed and her mobile phone was...

15 November 2017 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

Electric vehicle charging points could be coming to a Hull street near you

Plans to roll out electric vehicle charging points across Hull are being examined by the city council. The authority recently installed three charging points in Hanover Square, next to the Guildhall, for its own nine-strong fleet of electric cars. It...

15 November 2017 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

Exclusive tour of workshop where sex robot 'Samantha' is built

Hi, my name is Samantha, I love you, a lot! That’s the first thing she says to me when I “meet” her. Samantha is a sex robot. With blonde hair and blue eyes, perhaps a little larger than life in some areas, she is programmed to skip the small talk and...

15 November 2017 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

Cottingham High classmates reunite to raise money for three-year-old Luke's vital treatment

Two former school friends, found each other on social media in 2010, 22 years after leaving the school. Now, the pair, Jason Benn and David Parsons, are closer than ever, with Jason leading fundraising efforts to help David’s son, Luke, who suffers...

15 November 2017 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

Tragedy on the Humber: How our city mourned for lives lost on the Lady Jeanette

Hull is sadly no stranger to tragedies in water. Here, reporter Dan Kemp talks to historian Mike Covell about a disaster on the Humber which shook the city. On the afternoon of Wednesday, March 8, 1939 the trawler, Lady Jeanette, was heading back to...

15 November 2017 in Yorkshire & Humber
 


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