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Supermarket chain to 'consider options' after plans to convert pub into store are rejected

Supermarket chain to 'consider options' after plans to convert pub into store are rejected

A supermarket chain will now 'consider its options' after overwhelming objection to a new convenience store in Barrow saw planners turn down the application for a second time. The proposals to convert the Royal Oak pub in the village into a...

today, 07:19 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

Man in hospital with 'potentially life-threatening injuries' after incident in Scunthorpe

Police are investigating an incident in Scunthorpe which left a man with 'serious and potentially life-threatening injuries'. Humberside Police said they attended the incident outside the Jet Service Station on Normanby Road at 3.45pm on Wednesday,...

yesterday, 11:11 in Yorkshire & Humber
 
Police receive reports from residents 'terrorised' by hissing swans, goats and horses on the loose

Police receive reports from residents 'terrorised' by hissing swans, goats and horses on the loose

Swans, goats and horses causing "chaos" in North Lincolnshire have been reported to the police. Humberside Police said on their Isle of Axholme Community Policing Team Facebook page residents had been "terrorised" by hissing swans,...

yesterday, 10:54 in Yorkshire & Humber
 
Delays reported after two accidents on the A180

Delays reported after two accidents on the A180

Long delays for motorists have been reported after two accidents on the A180 this morning (Monday, October 23). The first of the incidents was reported near the Stallingborough Interchange on the eastbound carriageway, heading towards Grimsby. A...

yesterday, 09:35 in Yorkshire & Humber
 
Call to arms to save village pub from demolition

Call to arms to save village pub from demolition

Drinkers in South Ferriby may have to set up a fighting fund to stop their village local from being demolished. For local businessman Richard Pike is seeking planning approval to demolish the Nelthorpe Arms on School Lane and build new homes on the...

yesterday, 07:52 in Yorkshire & Humber
 
Ongo officer's 'amazing experience' on housing research project in America

Ongo officer's 'amazing experience' on housing research project in America

A Scunthorpe woman is travelling around America to research intergenerational housing. The fully-funded trip sees Emma Garland, policy officer at Ongo, travelling around the United States researching projects where old and young people live side by...

yesterday, 07:52 in Yorkshire & Humber
 
Remembering when eight people were killed and 26 injured in North Lincolnshire's worst railway disaster

Remembering when eight people were killed and 26 injured in North Lincolnshire's worst railway disaster

October is the month in which North Lincolnshire’s worst railway disaster happened. Eight people were killed and 26 others sustained injuries, many of a serious nature. A passenger train ploughed into a number of large tree trunks that had slipped...

Sunday, 07:09 in Yorkshire & Humber
 
Mobile phone mast upgrades set to lead to improved coverage for North Lincolnshire

Mobile phone mast upgrades set to lead to improved coverage for North Lincolnshire

Upgrades to mobile phone masts in North Lincolnshire are set to lead to better 4G coverage in places across the area. The news comes as Brigg and Goole MP Andrew Percy has started his latest round of meetings with mobile phone networks as part of his...

Sunday, 07:09 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

Speed camera locations in North Lincolnshire for this week

Mobile safety cameras will be used to monitor motorists' speed at sites across North Lincolnshire this week. The Safer Roads Humber partnership operates fixed and mobile cameras at 85 locations in northern Lincolnshire and East Yorkshire. The cameras...

Sunday, 07:09 in Yorkshire & Humber
 
Scunthorpe student's artwork chosen for this year's Light Up A Life remembrance handbook

Scunthorpe student's artwork chosen for this year's Light Up A Life remembrance handbook

A piece of artwork produced by a Scunthorpe student is set to grace the remembrance handbook of this year's Light Up A Life ceremony. Eren Arnold, 17, produced the piece after John Leggott College set up a competition to design the handbook artwork....

Sunday, 07:09 in Yorkshire & Humber
 
Six of the most haunted places in North Lincolnshire

Six of the most haunted places in North Lincolnshire

With Halloween just around the corners, we've delved into the history books to look at some of North Lincolnshire's most haunted places. A number of the area's most established venues said to be haunted and it also seems to do a good trade in animal...

Saturday, 07:40 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

First Class 2017: See pictures of new starters at schools across North Lincolnshire

Youngsters across North Lincolnshire are now midway through their first term at school after starting in September. The Scunthorpe Telegraph has been photographing new starters in reception classes at schools throughout the region. Our photographers...

Saturday, 07:40 in Yorkshire & Humber
 
Crime round-up from towns and villages in North Lincolnshire

Crime round-up from towns and villages in North Lincolnshire

Humberside Police are keeping residents in the Isle of Axholme updated on crime in the area. The force lists incidents over the last few weeks on its Isle of Axholme community policing team’s Facebook page. On Saturday, October 7 overnight/into the...

Saturday, 07:40 in Yorkshire & Humber
 
New town centre shop welcomes first customers after official opening today

New town centre shop welcomes first customers after official opening today

A new town centre shop has welcomed its first customers after opening today (Friday, October 20). Councillor Peter Clark, the mayor of North Lincolnshire, was invited to cut a ribbon and a decorated cake to celebrate the launch of the new Age UK...

Friday, 18:13 in Yorkshire & Humber
 
School issues message of thanks from Winterton stab victim

School issues message of thanks from Winterton stab victim

A North Lincolnshire school has issued a message of thanks from a staff member who was the victim of a stabbing. A 16-year-old pupil has been accused of the attempted murder of welfare officer Joy Simon, 61, who was stabbed at Winterton Community...

Friday, 17:31 in Yorkshire & Humber
 
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