SNAITH: Detectives investigating the murder of 27-year-old Dale Partington are appealing for information.
Dale was found dead outside his home on St Lawrence Avenue on the morning of Sunday, December 16. He had been stabbed.
Leon Rushworth, 37, has been charged with his murder and remanded in custody.
A 25-year-old man and a 46-year-old woman remain on police bail while the investigation continues.
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Senior investigating officer Detective Chief Inspector Matt Hutchinson said: "I believe there are still people living in the community who have information about what happened to Dale and they have not yet spoken to us."
Anyone with information should call the Major Incident Room on 01377 208989 or Crimestoppers, anonymously, on 0800 555111.
HULL: City MP Diana Johnson has criticised the Government's welfare reforms as an "attack on support for people in work and those seeking work in north Hull".
Ms Johnson tweeted her views as MPs debated the Welfare Benefits Uprating Bill, which will cap benefit rises at 1 per cent for three years as of next April. Benefits have historically risen in line with inflation but the Government argues the cap on working-age benefits and tax credits is vital to cutting the deficit.
The Government's own analysis shows 30 per cent of UK households will be affected by the cap, meaning an average loss of about £3 a week.
Work and Pensions Secretary Iain Duncan Smith said Labour was "in denial" over the state of the economy.
Despite concerns of some Liberal Democrat MPs, the coalition won the vote on the Bill's Second Reading.
E YORKS: Withernsea Community Hospital has reopened after a scare over bacteria in its water system.
The hospital was closed on December 21 when tests found legionella in the water system.
The bacteria found was not the pneumophila strain that cause legionnaires' disease.
The minor injuries unit, out-patient clinics and dental access centre are now open as usual. The ward reopened on Tuesday.
An NHS spokesman said: "We apologise for the inconvenience the closure has caused."
EAST RIDING: Fire crews tackled a blaze on a car transporter on the M62.
Six hoses and three dry powder extinguishers were used to put out the flames, on the westbound side of the motorway between junctions 34 and 35, near Snaith.
Emergency services were called at 11.03am yesterday.