North East Lincolnshire, England Newswire

North East Lincolnshire, England Newswire

Comprehensive Real-Time News Feed for North East Lincolnshire, England.

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  1. Six-week headache for Cleethorpes motorists starting on MondayRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | This Is Grimsby

    Work will start on Monday in Albert Road, Cleethorpes, to replace the existing concrete flagstone footway with a buff flagstone, matching the recently-installed flagstone on the memorial arch in Cleethorpes. The works will take six weeks to complete and will take place on the southern side of the footpath - the same side as Cleethorpes library.

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  2. Renowned healer's work will go on after closure threatRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Feb 23 | This Is Grimsby

    A LIFELINE has been given to an established spiritual healing centre in Grimsby, which was set to close due to lack of support. have recognised the contribution and value brought to North East Lincolnshire residents for the past 20 years at the Louise Centre of Natural Healing in Grimsby.

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  3. Plans to boost Lincolnshire's tourism industryRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Feb 23 | This Is Grimsby

    People with passion for the area working in or alongside the tourism industry, and keen to help boost its value, are being asked to play a strategic role on an influential new board. The Greater Lincolnshire Local Enterprise Partnership is setting up a Visitor Economy Board to support the sector and shape the future.

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  4. Ambulance staff urge bosses not to privatise 'invaluable' transport serviceRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Feb 22 | This is Hull

    Staff driving patients to hospital appointments have made a public appeal to health bosses not to "prise them" from the NHS by awarding a contract to a profit-making private firm. Workers at Yorkshire Ambulance Service have written an open letter to East Riding Clinical Commissioning Group to voice fears over the potential privatisation of the patient transport service as the work is put out to tender.

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    Monday Feb 20 | This Is Grimsby

    True to form, North East Lincolnshire Council has listened to all those opposed to the removal of Tollbar roundabout - and ignored them! But please do not insult our intelligence by maintaining that the preferred scheme will reduce congestion. It will make it worse! As far as I can see, the reputation of this council is already in tatters.

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  6. Pellet port a big positive as Drax remains on trackRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Feb 17 | This Is Grimsby

    RAIL links between Immingham's world-leading biomass handling facility and power giant Drax have been radically improved in a year that saw it tip the balance from coal to renewables. Improving the pellet supply chain, from increases in profitability at US plants to streamlining the UK reception and onward movement, have been major strides that have helped mitigate a 17 per cent reduction in earnings for 2016.

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  7. Social Care: Calls for government to 'just care a bit more'Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Feb 16 | ITV

    The partner of one of thousands of vulnerable adults struggling to get the social care help they need has said all she wants is for the Government to "just care a bit more" and see herself, her partner, and others like them "as people and not as numbers". Jane Clark, whose partner Pete Brookes needs three visits a day from carers - to help him get out of bed, shower and use the toilet - told ITV News she was often left to fill the care void, as sometimes carers failed to turn up at all amid the ongoing crisis surrounding home care.

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    Sunday Feb 12 | This Is Grimsby

    ALMOST a quarter of people in North East Lincolnshire who voted for Brexit say they would vote differently now or not at all if given a second chance at the polling station.

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    Sunday Feb 12 | This Is Scunthorpe

    NEW cases of scarlet fever have been diagnosed in North Lincolnshire and the surrounding areas as the peak season for the infection approaches. A case has been recorded in North Lincolnshire for the first time in several months, with the latest figures from Public Health England also showing one new reported case in neighbouring North East Lincolnshire and two in the West Lindsey area.

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  10. Government has turned a 'deaf ear' to adult social care crisisRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Feb 10 | This Is Grimsby

    The council will write a letter to the Government expressing "deep concern" over its recent announcement on adult social care funding, and calling for a rethink of its approach. Councillor Jane Hyldon-King put a motion before the North East Lincolnshire's Full Council, calling for the Leader and Chief Executive to write to both the Chancellor of the Exchequer, the Secretary of State for Health and the Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government, calling for them to take a different approach into the funding for adult social care, believing that the "recent announcement of increased flexibility regarding the use of the adult social care precept is merely a sticking plaster."

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  11. Councillors agree to sell care home to developerRead the original story

    Friday Feb 10 | York Press

    COUNCILLORS have approved the sale of the old Fordlands care home to Octopus Healthcare, who want to build a new 62-bed nursing and care home on the site. Cllr Carol Runciman said the new home would make a major contribution to older people's accommodation in the city.

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  12. Lambretta Lee delighted to be one of first for new fundingRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Feb 10 | This Is Grimsby

    A GRIMSBY business is revving up for growth as one of the first to benefit from a new fund-finding service. Now a A 20,000 business loan has been secured, allowing owner Lee Chambers to buy four scooters and new tooling to enhance his pride and joy.

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  13. City of York should have asked public about care funding and council taxRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Feb 9 | York Press

    PEOPLE in York were not given enough chance to have their say on council cuts and the funding crisis in social care, it has been claimed. The city council published its budget and tax plans for 2017/18 last week, but has now come in for criticism over a lack of consultation with people in York.

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  14. Young father died after diving into shallow water 'for a laugh'Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Feb 9 | Metro UK News

    A young dad died of a broken neck after he did a bellyflop into shallow water after a night out. 'I could not tell how deep it was,' he said.

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  15. Skinny-dipper dies after breaking neck in shallow watersRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Feb 9 | Daily Mail

    'Hard working' father-of-four, 27, died after breaking his neck when he belly-flopped off a slipway into the North Sea to go skinny-dipping after a drunken night out Dale Smith, 27, died instantly after diving into shallow water while drunk, breaking his neck. The father-of-four from Grimsby stripped off and bell-flopped off Cleethorpes Pier in July A young father died from a broken neck after belly-flopping into shallow water 'just for a laugh', an inquest heard.

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  16. Would you like a say on the Council's budget proposals?... 1Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Feb 8 | This Is Grimsby

    If so, residents, businesses and other organisations are being encouraged to have their say on North East Lincolnshire Council's budget for the next financial year. A short video and survey about It comes at a time when all councils are facing mounting cuts to their budgets and changing the way they work.

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    Tuesday Feb 7 | This Is Grimsby

    There is less than one week less to sign up to a scheme that could save you money on your energy bills. The deadline to sign-up for The Big Community Switch is Monday, February 13, which is a free national scheme supported by North East Lincolnshire Council, where residents are encouraged to use their joint buying power to secure the best possible energy deals for their homes.

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  18. Council goes green with electric vehicle fleet 1Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Feb 7 | This Is Grimsby

    North East Lincolnshire Council, in partnership with ENGIE, are proud to announce the arrival of 11 new electric cars to form part of its security and neighbourhood operations fleet. The Nissan eNV200 electric vehicles, are more cost effective and are expected to have a much longer lifespan and a greater payload capacity than their diesel counterparts and will begin use by Council officers over the next few weeks.

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  19. Will there be snow in North East Lincolnshire this week?... 1Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Feb 7 | This Is Grimsby

    But first you will have to contend with rain, fog and dropping temperatures as the likelihood of snow increases throughout the week. A cloudy and wet start with outbreaks of rain, with mist and fog on hills.

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  20. Paedophiles luring kids into nude selfies using dating appRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Feb 6 | Daily Mail

    'It's a playground for paedophiles': Perverts are luring schoolchildren into sending nude selfies using a dating app known as 'Tinder for teens' A warning went out to millions of parents today that schoolchildren could be sending nude selfies after being groomed by paedophiles through a teenage dating app. The children are being lured into sending sexual, 'inappropriate' images of themselves through the Mylol website and mobile dating app.

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