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Opposition grows against new homes plans

Opposition is growing to plans for 1600 new homes on the outskirts of Hull.

More than 300 people have now signed a petition against the proposed development on the Bransholme estate.

Campaigners who live nearby say the development will destroy a habitat used by many birds and animals which is also used by local people to enjoy and walk their dogs. James Webster reports.

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Work due to start on next phase of Bomber Command memorial

Work is due to start on the next phase of Lincolnshire's International Bomber Command Memorial.

Bomber Command memorial Credit: ITV Yorkshire

The £1m amphitheatre and peace garden will be set back from the centrepiece spire memorial.

It will provide a quiet place for people to remember those who served in Bomber Command during the Second World War.

Over £3m still needs to be raised to complete the project which will include a visitors' centre and exhibition space.

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Missing man's body found in canal

A file has been passed to the coroner. Credit: Joe Giddens/PA Archive/PA Images

The body of a man was found in Chesterfield Canal at Worksop at around 5pm yesterday.

It has been established that the identity of the body is that of missing 71-year-old Gregor Norwood of Shireoaks, Nottinghamshire.

Mr Norwood’s family have been informed.

The death is not being treated as suspicious and it appears to have been a tragic accident.

A file has been passed to the coroner.

Hull death still unexplained, say police

The death of a man whose body was found in a street in Hull is still unexplained, say police.

Essex Street, Hull

Officers were called to Essex Street off Hessle Road early yesterday after the man in his thirties was found lying in the road.

A post mortem examination has not revealed how the man died and further tests will be carried out.

Police are still appealing for anyone who was in the area around 6am yesterday to come forward.

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