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Police arrested a man in Rotherham in connection with the death of a hotelier in Bridlington last week.
Eyewitnesses told Chris Kiddey what happened:
An investigation has been launched after a butler died at a stately home.
Arthur Mellar died after suffering serious injuries in an incident at Burghley House in Stamford, Lincolnshire, on July 12.
A joint investigation is being carried out by Cambridgeshire Police and the Health and Safety Executive into the circumstances surrounding his death.
David Pennell, Burghley estate director, said the house would co-operate fully with the investigation.
He said: "It is with the deepest sadness that we confirm the tragic death of Arthur Mellar, a highly-valued member of the household team at Burghley, following an accident on Saturday, July 12."
Motorists are being warned to expect delays on the roads as the "great getaway" sees thousands of families travel to holiday spots around the country.
The Yorkshire Dales is among the most popular areas for holiday makers as well as the South West, South coast, Wales, Scotland and The Lake District.
According to new research just under half of motorists take their car on holiday, with many travelling to France or Germany.
The study also found that about half will check their tyre tread before setting off while almost one in ten make no checks at all.
British drivers will travel an average of 1,082 miles, those from Yorkshire and the Humber cover slightly less at 1,006 miles on average.
John Heald was arrested at around 2.15pm in the Parkgate area. He's currently in custody. We'd like to thank the public for their support
South Yorkshire Police say a man has been arrested by officers investigating the murder of Bei Carter in Bridlington last week.
John Heald, 53, was arrested by officers from South Yorkshire Police at around 2.15pm today in the Parkgate area of Rotherham.
It is being reported that John Heald, who is wanted in connection with a murder and a serious sexual offence, has been found by police in South Yorkshire.
Traders at Leeds' Kirkgate Market are to be given a 20 per cent rent reduction to ease the impact of renovation work.
The city council are investing £12.3 million in the refurbishment of the historical market which will cause areas of the centre to be closed.
The rent reduction is yet to be approved by the council's executive board but would begin in October 2014 and last for a year.
Traders on the fish and game row will be offered temporary stalls on Butcher's Row while work in their area is carried out.
The market’s Victorian drainage is being replaced, ventilation will be improved and the sprinkler system and electrics upgraded in the redevelopment.
– Cllr Richard Lewis
While this is one of the most exciting developments at Kirkgate Market for many years, we know it’s going to be a challenge. As well as being about the refurbishment of a much loved Leeds landmark, it’s also about people and their livelihoods and the long-term commercial success of the market. We’re determined to find the right balance that allows businesses to trade while working on the fabric of the building and keeping the long-term goal in mind. We’re listening to traders’ concerns, both in respect of changes already experienced and what is yet to come, and that is why we’re proposing a year-long cut to rents.
The reward for information leading to the arrest of murder suspect John Heald has been doubled to £10,000.
ITV Calendar has also released an interview with Heald from twenty years ago which police hope might help track him down.
Chris Kiddey has been following the search: