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Police get more details from woman assaulted on her way to work in Grimsby

POLICE officers have interviewed a woman whi was assaulted on her way into work in Grimsby to find out more details. Enquiries are continuing into the assault which happened at around 6am, on Tuesday. The 44-year-old woman was reportedly assaulted but no

today, 14:18 in Yorkshire & Humber

Firm slammed 'for wrongly stopping tax credit payments'

GRIMSBY MP Melanie Onn has slammed the US firm Concentrix for wrongly stopping payments of child tax credits and working tax credits to tens of thousands of people, and called for them to be prevented from bidding for government contracts in the future.

today, 13:56 in Yorkshire & Humber

Die-hard Everton fan is prepared to put on a Liverpool shirt to raise money for poorly unborn baby!

A Grimsby man is hosting a two-day charity event to help raise funds for a couple who were given the devastating news their unborn daughter may not survive after being diagnosed with a life-threatening heart condition in the womb. As reported, Kayley New

today, 11:47 in Yorkshire & Humber

'No approach made by Shrewsbury Town for Paul Hurst' - Grimsby Town director John Fenty

GRIMSBY Town director John Fenty is adamant that no official approach has yet been made to Grimsby Town by Shrewsbury in regards to manager Paul Hurst. Reports this morning suggest the Shropshire club have made an approach to the Mariners for the service

today, 11:12 in Yorkshire & Humber

Cold KFC and a can of Red Bull among worst packed lunches seen by teachers ...

A staggering 98 per cent of packed lunches are unhealthy, according to one study. But while the biggest culprits, according to the research by the University of Leeds, included crisps, sugary drinks, sweets and chocolate bars, teachers have been sharing

today, 10:57 in Yorkshire & Humber

Police officers and PCSOs get back on the beat - and on the buses!

Police officers and PCSOs will soon be hopping aboard buses as part of a move to make front-line staff more visible. A suggestion that the move was down to a shortage of vehicles available to officers has been quashed by Humberside Police. The Community

today, 10:20 in Yorkshire & Humber

Grimsby area has the least competitive bus service in the country

North East Lincolnshire has the least competitive bus services in the country - with Stagecoach having an astonishing 99.6% market share. New figures released by the Department for Transport show there are a total of five operators in the county. But the

today, 09:50 in Yorkshire & Humber

Campaign against plans for homes, pub and supermarket that will 'destroy' area

A CAMPAIGN opposing plans for a new supermarket, pub and up to 70 homes in Barton has been launched. Barton Civic Society and members of the town council want to "save Top Field from development" and are calling for people to sign a petition...

today, 09:35 in Yorkshire & Humber

What's the weather got in store for the weekend? Your forecast ...

It's been a typical autumnal week for the weather, but it's coming up to the weekend, so what does it have in store? Looks like a pleasant weekend for a trip outdoors. Forecasters say there will be sunny intervals, but don't forget your waterproofs as th

today, 09:35 in Yorkshire & Humber

Man who caused £3,000 damage breaking into McDonald's is caught red-handed in the kitchen area

A GRIMSBY man caused £3,000 worth of damage to one of the town's McDonald's restaurants – while on bail for burgling his own neighbour. Adam Hunt, 18, of Wellington Street, Grimsby, was locked up for two-and-a-half years after admitting two offences of b

today, 08:53 in Yorkshire & Humber

Shabana plucks up the courage to open 'unique' salon

THE OWNER of Grimsby's newest beauty salon is hoping to raise a few eyebrows in her first ever business venture by showcasing a "unique" makeover skill. Shabana's Brow Lounge is one of the latest businesses to open its doors in the town,...

today, 08:53 in Yorkshire & Humber

Vulnerable autistic man suffered violent ordeal for the sake of £15

A COUPLE lured a vulnerable autistic man to a house under false pretences and forced him to hand over £15 – just so they could buy some cannabis. Aaron Hunt, 20, of Sutcliffe Avenue, Grimsby, and Molly Hawkins, 19, formerly of Hainton Avenue, Grimsby, to

today, 08:37 in Yorkshire & Humber

Show you Care with Christmas present donations of food and toys

CAN you help make Christmas a little happier for a child in need? An appeal has been launched for food and toy donations by local organisation Christian Action Resource Enterprises – also known as Care. Housing and community support manager Kim Ward expl

today, 08:23 in Yorkshire & Humber

Meet the cast of the Aladdin panto ...

HE'S behind you! Panto fever struck when the cast of the Grimsby Auditorium's magical family panto Aladdin got together for the photo shoot. Joining the previously announced Coronation Street bad boy Nigel Pivaro as Abanazar are Phil Hoyles as Widow Twan

today, 08:11 in Yorkshire & Humber

Call for inquiry into lack of progress at former tip after 20 years

A CAMPAIGNER on Grimsby West Marsh has called for a public inquiry into the length of time it has taken to develop a controversial plot of land. Chairman of The Friends of the Freshney, Keith Watkin complained the former Macaulay Lane tip site had remain

today, 07:58 in Yorkshire & Humber

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