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Police have arrested a man on suspicion of the murder
of Bridlington guesthouse owner Bei Carter.
150 officers from Humberside and South Yorkshire police have
been searching for 53`year`old John Heald since last Fridax.
He was found this afternoon and is now in custody in Rotherham,
from where our correspondent Sarah Corker sent this report.
It was just after two o'clock this afternoon
when John Heald was arrested at a retail Park here in Rotherham.
150 officers have been lookhng for him for the past week.
It was just this morning, his image was put on a giant display
screen and the reward to find him was doubled to ?10,000.
Tonight he is in custody, he is being questioned about the lurder
of Bei Carter in Bridlington and a serious sexual assault in Sheffield.
It was last Friday night when Bei Carter's body was found
She died from a single stab wound to the chest.
Flowers and tributes have been laid at Marshall Avenue.
John Heald had been staying at the guesthouse that weekdnd
and police have been searching for him ever since.
We do not yet know if he handed himself in,
A man has been jailed for lhfe for the murder of a man in Hull.
51`year`old Keith Opray was found dead at his home
Duncan Keith Heaton from Hull pleaded guilty to murder
The judge said he must servd a minimum of 21`and`a`half years
An investigation has begun following the death of a butler
Arthur Mellar died after suffering serious head injuries
during an incident at Burghley House near Stamford on July the 12th.
The Health and Safety Executive and police are looking into the death.
Not enough doctors are being recruited in East Yorkshire
and Lincolnshire to make up for those leaving practices.
Figures released by Health Dducation England show that there's been a
remarkable drop off in recrtitment, particularly in the area covering
Lincolnshire where more than a third of vacancies remain unfilled.
Now they say offering "incentives" should be considered
The traditional family doctor is still the first port of call
for many people when they're feeling unwell.
But the number of medical students training to be GPs is falling.
And the problem is particularly bad in our area.
There is an imbalance at the moment that is developing
very rapidly between the number of GPs leaving and the drop`off in
That's going to result in quite a severe shortage
Statistics show that in 2012 all the GP posts in our area were filled.
Two years later and in Yorkshire and the Humber less than 78%
In the East Midlands it has gone down even further to 62.5%.
The falling numbers are a concern for patients.
The older we get, allegedly, we need more people to look after us.
So, from a selfish point of view, it's not going to be good.
A lot of people have said something about
Kathryn left the Hull`York Medical School two years ago.
After trying lots of different specialties, she's
What do you think is putting medical students off wanting to be GPs?
I think they are probably looking up to older doctors in general practice
roles and watching them and thinking they are pretty swamped.
They want to have a good work`life balance and they're
concerned they won't get th`t, especially with the out of hours
The Department of Health says it knows GPs are
under pressure and that is why it has reduced some of their t`rgets.
It also says it has increased the number of trainees so that GP
numbers can keep up with the growing population.
There is debate now about bringing in financial incentives to attract
trainees to so`called under doctored areas.
We need to see it as the crisis that it is now.
Incentives might provide solution for some areas but they need to
tackle the workload pressures, as well, of general practice.
He hopes when he's moved on, more doctors will have been
persuaded to become GPs so that patient care doesn't suffer.
Big investment in Hull means the city is moving up to another
level according to those who promote business around the Humber.
Yesterday worldwide drugs and household chemicals company
Reckitts said it's spending ?100 million to create a Centre of
It follows the recent announcement that wind turbine manufacturer
Siemens is to build its new site in the region.
Anti`fracking protestors who've built a barricade at the entrance
to an East Yorkshire gas and oil drilling site have been acctsed
of recklessly causing disruption by the company behind the oper`tion.
Rathlin Energy is now seeking an injunction to remove thel
The company, which is not c`rrying out any fracking, has also revealed
that it is applying to extend its operating licence for a further two
From where our Environment Correspondent Paul Murphy reports.
As each week passes, the atlosphere at the Crawberry Hill protest camp
Campaigners have blocked the entrance to the drilling site
They also say they're going to resist every effort to remove them.
Given that this is an area of high value that is, to quote
the council, warrants protection, the only people that are protecting
this area at the moment are the people that put that tower up.
The camp at Crawberry Hill was set up in early May alongside
a sister protest site at West Newton, to the East of Hull.
At the beginning of July, more than 150 people took part
in an anti`fracking protest march through the streets of Beverley.
This week, Rathlin Energy s`id it was going to
apply for an extension of its licence on the Crawberry Hill site.
That means, for the first thme, the full implications
of what Rathlin propose to do here will be before the local residents.
I am sure they will want to be fully consulted.
More importantly, the elected members will make
a decision this time with the full information available.
The company is not fracking at any of its sites and says it has
If they want to protest, and it's a peaceful protest,
But Rathlin Energy, I believe, have been quite honest with
That's the worry for long`term effects.
They have been problems in America, haven't they?
I am unconvinced about the arguments against frackhng.
What's clear is that these campaigners are planning to be here,
not just for months, but perhaps for years.
In a strongly worded statement tonight, a spokesman
for Rathlin Energy condemned the protesters for recklessly
causing worry, disruption and upset to local people.
He said the company was determined to seek an injunction
At the Commonwealth Games, it's been a good night for Lincoln
She won her heat in the Women's 100 metre seli`finals
She will now go on to compete for a possible gold
My aim was to go under a minute tonight
so I'm really, really chuffed with that.
Hopefully, you know, I have a little bit more to give later in the week.
It was definitely a solid swim and I'm moving in the right dirdction.
Is the first time I've been under 60 since the Olympics.
It's definitely a step in the right direction for me.
Hello there, good evening, another largely fine day to come tolorrow.
It will be warm with spells of sunshine.
The greater risk tomorrow of a little coastal mist in places.
As we go through the next few hours, we will see that coastal mist
spreading inland, patchy mist and fog out there and another
Temperatures, in some spots, dropping no lower
That mist will tend to lift but because we still have that
It might well be that the coast is plagued at timds
Dry and bright, sunny spells, a little bit more cloud developing
through the course of the d`y and temperatures
The odd shower about on Sunday, fresher temperatures but at least
That's all from us tonight, Look North is back
tomorrow evening at half five. Until then, have a good night.
What about the outlook? A cooling trepd - showers -- trend. Showers
breaking out on Monday. We have seen temperatures
approaching 30 Celsius. The heat will ebb away this weekend. Cooler
and fresher conditions from the north-west. There'll be sunshine,