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Tributes for Tunisia victim John Stollery

As those injured in the Tunisian massacre continue to arrive home, another victim of the horror has been named as a retired social worker from North Nottinghamshire.

John Stollery had worked for his county council - and was dedicated to helping children in care. He is the 4th victim to be named from our region - at least 30 Britons were killed in terror attack in the resort of Sousse last Friday. All those who lost their lives in the terror attack are expected to be repatriated by tomorrow. Helen Steel reports.


Tributes paid to Gainsborough woman killed in terror attack by former school

Further tributes have been paid to a woman from Gainsborough who died in the Tunisian terror attacks.

Carly Lovett Credit: Twitter

24-year-old Carly Lovett was with her fiance in Sousse when the gunman opened fire on the beach.

Neil Allan The Deputy Headteacher of her former school Queen Elizabeth's High said the school were devastated after losing such a fondly remembered pupil:

Ian Knowles from West Lindsey District Council also paid tribute:

Funeral held for cancer-stricken teenager who walked mum down aisle

The funeral has taken place of a teenager from Dodworth in Barnsley who fulfilled his dying wish to walk his mother down the aisle at her wedding.

Daniel Binney walking his mother Trish down the ailse just weeks before his death Credit: ITV Yorkshire

Just six weeks ago, we watched 19-year-old Daniel Binney on his mother's big day at Gretna Green.

Credit: ITV Yorkshire

He was suffering from cancers of the brain, chest and spine and died earlier this month.

The service was held this afternoon at St. Edward's Church in Barnsley and was attended by family and friends. Daniel was a fan of the singer Lucy Spraggan who was also there and had these words of tribute.

Serious accident - A158 Lincoln Bypass

A serious accident on the A158 Lincoln bypass has closed the road between Bunkers Hill and Nettleham Road roundabout.

A collision took place at about 4.5pm today involving a motorcyclist and three cars. The motorcyclist, believed to be male, is expected to be flown to the Queens Medical Centre, Nottingham by Air Ambulance. All of the vehicles were travelling west, from Bunkers Hill towards Nettleham Road.

The road is presently closed and is expected to be so for the next few hours. Anyone who witnessed the crash is asked to contact Lincolnshire Police quoting incident number 337 of 30/6/15.


Children's mental health unit in East Yorkshire could re-open

A specialist unit for children with mental health problems in East Yorkshire could be re-opened following the intervention of the Health Minister.

It comes in the wake of a campaign by a mother from Hessle, who had a four-hour round trip to visit her mentally-ill teenage daughter - because there're no local in-patient beds for young people.

Sally Burke's daughter Maisie Shaw, also has autism. Last night both of of them were in London where they met MPs to discuss what's been described as a national scandal in the care of vulnerable children.

Fiona Dwyer reports:

CCTV released of men wanted in connection with Leeds arson attacks

Detectives investigating a suspected arson that destroyed a new block of flats being built in Morley have released CCTV images of a man they want to identify.

Credit: West Yorkshire Police
Credit: West Yorkshire Police

This was a very serious fire that completely destroyed the building and caused damage to neighbouring properties. We suspect the fire was started deliberately and we are still carrying out extensive enquiries to trace the person responsible. Checks on CCTV in the area have shown this male on a bicycle in the vicinity around the time of the incident. Although his face is not clear on the images, his clothing and the bike itself are fairly distinctive and we would like to hear from anyone who thinks they know who it is.

– Detective Constable Fred Winster, of Leeds District CID
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John Noakes found after going missing in Majorca

The 81-year-old disappeared from his home on the Spanish island Credit: PA

Former Blue Peter presenter John Noakes has been found after going missing on Majorca, his wife has confirmed to ITV News.

The 81-year-old, who has Alzheimer's disease, disappeared from his home in Andratx for several hours on the hottest day of the year so far.

Mr Noakes was very dehydrated when he was found nine hours after he went missing near to his home and was taken to hospital for checks, his wife said.

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