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Kids using 'fire spray' to set alight trees, bins and cars making residents' lives 'unbearable'

Kids using 'fire spray' to set alight trees, bins and cars making residents' lives 'unbearable'

Emergency services chiefs have warned young people they are dicing with death playing ‘fire spray’ with aerosol cans. The new craze among young people is sweeping North East Lincolnshire and was used on a Cleethorpes park at the weekend where trees, bins

today, 08:04 in Yorkshire & Humber
 
Melanie Onn calls for misogyny to be become a hate crime amid worrying rise in sexual offences

Melanie Onn calls for misogyny to be become a hate crime amid worrying rise in sexual offences

The amount of sexual offences in North East Lincolnshire has trebled in less than ten years, according to the latest figures. The vast majority of the offences which amounted to nearly 500 last year were committed against women and girls. Grimsby MP Mela

today, 06:53 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

New head taking over the reins of Grimsby school for horses and riders

A top Team GB rider is taking a Grimsby family business into its next 60 years. Amy Woodhead is the third generation to take over the equine legacy at Weelsby Park Riding School. The family run business has been an institution in the centre of Grimsby fo

today, 06:53 in Yorkshire & Humber
 
Hike in car parking charges could leave car parks deserted, survey reveals

Hike in car parking charges could leave car parks deserted, survey reveals

Motorists have warned North East Lincolnshire Council chiefs that if they increase parking fees they will just go elsewhere. Nearly half of those responding to a survey said if a £1.50 ticket was introduced for evening parking they would find a free spac

today, 06:53 in Yorkshire & Humber
 
Value of what North East Lincolnshire Council owns drops by £23m

Value of what North East Lincolnshire Council owns drops by £23m

The value of what North East Lincolnshire Council owns has dropped by almost £23 million this year. The council's net worth - the value of everything NELC owns - decreased by £22.9 million in the year up to March 31, 2017. The council's annual statement

today, 06:53 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

Memory of brave airmen kept alive thanks to reunion and a new book by renowned RAF author

The bravery of thousands of airmen will form the centrepiece of the 550 Squadron Annual Reunion that takes place in North Killingholme. It will be held on Saturday, September 9 as the reunion celebrates the achievements of the squadron while remembering

yesterday, 06:17 in Yorkshire & Humber
 
We try out Waltham's The King's Head - but is the pub fit for royalty?

We try out Waltham's The King's Head - but is the pub fit for royalty?

If what you're looking for is a hearty meal, a good atmosphere and a cheap night out with friends or family then The King's Head may just be the place for you. Nestled away in the centre of Waltham, the popular Sizzling Pubs chain pub seem to have nailed

Saturday, 09:23 in Yorkshire & Humber
 
Children as young as seven being left in Cleethorpes park for hours 'without a coin in their pocket' and no food

Children as young as seven being left in Cleethorpes park for hours 'without a coin in their pocket' and no...

Children as young as seven are being left in a Cleethorpes park all day unsupervised and without food. The shocking revelations were made by Heather Davis, who runs the KDARS pit-stop cafe in Sidney Park and says she has often had to feed hungry children

Saturday, 06:25 in Yorkshire & Humber
 
Drugs stash found in house during police raid

Drugs stash found in house during police raid

Police found a "significant" stash of drugs after raiding a house - but it could not be proved that dealing was going on there. A man found inside the premises reluctantly pulled out some drugs after being warned that he would be...

Saturday, 06:25 in Yorkshire & Humber
 
Town centre night out assault victim left unable to eat solid food for six weeks

Town centre night out assault victim left unable to eat solid food for six weeks

A man's jaw was broken after he was brutally attacked during a "horrific" drunken fight involving "mindless violence" on the streets. Those involved in the "appalling display of gratuitous violence" in Grimsby town centre...

Saturday, 06:25 in Yorkshire & Humber
 
Mystery over communication mast put up behind homes in Grimsby

Mystery over communication mast put up behind homes in Grimsby

Residents and ward councillors in Grimsby's East Marsh claim a communication mast off Ladysmith Road has been put up without planning permission. Liberal Democrat Councillors Stephen Beasant and Kay Rudd, along with residents of Columbia Road and Weelsby

Saturday, 06:25 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

Spirits lifted thanks to new Grimsby Minster cafe

Prayers have been answered for visitors to Grimsby Minster who are enjoying a new coffee shop. A funding bid will soon be submitted to help the cafe expand and create a new “Georgian Tearoom” next to the minster’s Georgian door. Organiser, Sandra Mason s

Saturday, 06:25 in Yorkshire & Humber
 
Grimsby star makes professional debut in West End musical

Grimsby star makes professional debut in West End musical

A talented young star from Scartho has made her professional debut in a West End musical. Georgia Riley, 21, plays a role in the ensemble of the hit musical, Kinky Boots, in which she also performs as an understudy to one of the lead characters, Lauren.

Saturday, 06:25 in Yorkshire & Humber
 
Kyle Ferguson remanded in custody after appearing in court following 59-hour rooftop stand-off

Kyle Ferguson remanded in custody after appearing in court following 59-hour rooftop stand-off

Wanted man Kyle Ferguson has appeared in court to face a string of charges following his arrest after a 59-hour rooftop stand-off. Ferguson, 23, of Salisbury Close, Scunthorpe, attended Grimsby Magsitrates' Court this afternoon (August 18) where he spoke

Friday, 17:57 in Yorkshire & Humber
 
Weekly newspaper Cleethorpes Chronicle announces closure

Weekly newspaper Cleethorpes Chronicle announces closure

Weekly newspaper the Cleethorpes Chronicle has closed. Directors Nigel Lowther and Mark Webb announced this afternoon (August 18) that Thursday’s edition was the last. Nine full-time equivalent staff are understood to be affected by the closure, includin

Friday, 17:00 in Yorkshire & Humber
 


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