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points and their mood is considerably darker
Detectives have arrested four more boys in connection with
42`year`old Warren Fee, from Coronation Close,
died from a serious head injury in hospital on Thursday.
Police had previously arrested three children.
One girl has been released on police bail, while two others, a
A man has been airlifted to hospital after falling 40 feet from
Coastguard workers helped to transport the man to the helicopter
because it couldn't land near the building on Palace Avenue.
It's thought he could have been lying there for three to
A Lincolnshire council says fly`tipping is costing them
The City last of Lincoln Council says it had to deal with over 1,000
dumped items last year, including fridges,
Our reporter Phillip Norton has more.
Dash`macro two. An army of litter pickers marching to clear up the
streets. Residents have joined forces with army cadets and a
community group to tackle a rise in litter and fly`tipping around the
Abbey and Parkwood areas. There is fly`tipping, sofas, things like
that, so it is an issue that lots of other places have. It is not nice
when there is litter everywhere so it is good to make a difference. It
is not just compliant `` confined to this part of Lincoln. The latest
figures reveal more than 1100 items were dumped in public areas in the
city. Compared to 925 the year before. A rise of 22%. In the last
12 months, it has cost the City of Lincoln Council taxpayers around
?22,000 to clear it up. `` 20 ?7,000. More than a tonne of waste
collected already today includes televisions, printers, computers,
even hypodermic needles, collected just this morning. We have had
residents today saying, thank you very much for what we are doing. And
also, you should not have to do it. Because the minority of people who
are irresponsible and do not care about others or the environment.
Fly`tipping is a criminal offence but if my officers are reporting a
fridge and a freezer dumped, the likelihood of them relating that
back to an individual is slim. The poor must see this happening, this
large`scale fly`tipping and we need good evidence from members of the
public to take it forward. It is hoped these events will inspire
others to report people and to make culprits think again about their
actions. Hull's mobile libraries have carried
out their last rounds today. The council has provided a mobile
service since 2006, but now says it needs to reduce the library budget
by over ?400,000 by March next year. Football now, and Scunthorpe United
finally got their first win The Iron beat Walsall two`one,
with goals from Hakeeb Adelakun Both our teams in the Conference
lost today. Grimsby went down two`one
at Aldershot, after having a man sent off, and
Lincoln also had a player sent off Hull City return to Premier League
action tomorrow, The Tigers have made
an impressive start in the league, with only a late goal last week
by Stoke preventing them Manager Steve Bruce says Aston Villa
have had an equally good beginning They have had a good start. Really
good start. It has been interesting to see things developing. With
players coming in. They have had a good start. It is always a difficult
race to get a result but let's hope we can do it. `` place.
And you can hear that game at Villa Park on BBC Radio Humberside.
The risk of showers but overnight, they will fade away to the South and
we will see clear spells from the North. Light winds and temperatures
down to 12, 13 degrees. Tomorrow will be another pleasant day, it
will be dry with variable cloud, right and sunny spells. It will
cloud over from the West late in the day, gentle winds and temperatures
down to 18, 19 degrees. That is all from us this evening, we
are back tomorrow, enjoyed a weekend. `` enjoyed the weekend.
our BBC London radio station. I will be back tomorrow. Goodbye.
Good evening. We still have some showers in parts of the UK with
heavier ones in North East Scotland close to this low pressure. There is
a deeper low in the Atlantic, the former hurricane, which is moving
towards Iceland. Ahead of that through the night and tomorrow, we
see pressure building. That clears away the showers and for many
tomorrow will be drier and clearer with lighter winds and feeling
warmer. As we start Sunday morning, bright skies breakthrough across
parts of South West England with temperatures about 15 degrees