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    Hornsea man jailed for seven years for sexual offences  

A 45-YEAR-OLD MAN who filmed himself raping a woman while she slept has been jailed for a total of seven years.
Scott Leon Rogers, who is understood to have previously played in a punk band, was found guilty of the rape offence by a jury at Bradford Crown Court on July 21.  ...[read more]

    Seaton farm murder - man in court  

A FORMER stable lad accused of the murder of a horse trainer is to plead not guilty.
Daniel Edwards, 21, made a 15-minute appearance at Hull Crown Court (Friday July 22) before Judge Jeremy Richardson, QC, charged with the murder of Fiona Southwell, 60.  ...[read more]


THERE has been a one per cent rise in crime in the East Riding according to the latest data released by the Office of National Statistics for March 2015 to March this year. The figures were released by the Office of National Statistics on July 21 and have been made available on a new section of the Humberside Police and crime commissioner’s website for the first time.  ...[read more]

  Sports News...  
    Hoyle hammers Patrington attack  

THE Patrington 1st XI suffered their heaviest defeat of the season on Saturday when they were beaten by Selby by 169 runs.
Patrington now move down to seventh place in Division One and are now at serious risk of being dragged into a relegation dogfight. The visitors had the chance to bat first on what looked an excellent track with a lightning outfield, having been put into bat at the toss.  ...(read more)

Hornsea School pupil secures a World Championship bronze medal  

THE ROTARY Club of Hornsea and East Riding recently supported 14-year-old Hornsea School pupil Sammie Kershaw with a £1,000 grant to help towards the cost of attending the IAIGC (International Association of Independent Gymnastic Clubs) Gymnastic World Championships in Florida.  ...(read more)

    Humbleton toil as Brandesburton pile on the runs  

WITH SUMMER finally upon us the Humbleton first eleven were made to toil in the field when visiting local rivals Brandesburton.
The hosts rattled up a massive total of 364-8 from their allotted 45 overs with Joe Harrison being the pick of the bowlers claiming 3-48 from 11 overs.  ...(read more)

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