HULL: The city's HMV store has survived a second round of closures.
The troubled music chain called in administrators after being out-competed by internet music sellers.
Its joint administrators yesterday announced another 37 stores would close, costing 464 staff their jobs.
The stores are expected to close in the next six weeks.
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Hull's HMV was not on the list of those to be shut.
Joint administrator Nick Edwards said: "This step has been taken in order to enhance the prospects of the restructured business continuing as a going concern.
"We are extremely grateful to the staff for their continued strong support and commitment during an understandably difficult period.
"All other key stakeholders including suppliers and landlords remain supportive and we appreciate their ongoing assistance."
EAST RIDING: East Riding Council is increasing parking charges by 10p per hour in all of its car parks.
Council leader Stephen Parnaby said: "As part of the budget setting process, all of the council's business operations were reviewed and, to ensure a balanced budget was set, it was decided that car parking charges should be increased.
"Car parking charges are never popular but serve an important purpose in providing safe and sensible parking for motorists and allow for a regular turnover of spaces to support local commerce."
"Contrary to popular myth, car parking charges are not a means for councils to 'make money', as all of what the council receives goes back into the area's transport infrastructure."
The new charges will take effect at 8am on Thursday, March 28.