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The Loo-vre is Grimsby's homage to Paris museum

A world famous museum has been recreated inside a Grimsby toilet.
The Loo-vre is Grimsby's homage to Paris museum
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23 hours ago

Junior doctors starting 10th strike of pay dispute

NHS bosses warn of significant disruption to services in England during the five-day walkout.
Junior doctors starting 10th strike of pay dispute
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1 day ago

Thousands of illegal vapes seized at Humber port

Trading standards officers use underage volunteers to buy vapes from North Lincolnshire stores.
Thousands of illegal vapes seized at Humber port
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1 day ago

Cleethorpes Country Park set for new management plan

Cleethorpes Country Park has recently been the subject of complaints from residents over its upkeep.
Cleethorpes Country Park set for new management plan
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Junior doctors strike: 'Inevitable' delays predicted

Lincolnshire health officials say their priority is to protect urgent and emergency care services during the strike.
Junior doctors strike: 'Inevitable' delays predicted
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Lincoln Aldi staff threw away ring with son's ashes in bin, mum says

Aldi said it was "deeply sorry" and was reviewing its lost property policy.
Lincoln Aldi staff threw away ring with son's ashes in bin, mum says
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1 day ago

Jimi Hendrix autograph sells for almost £6k at Scunthorpe auction

The signature was found in an autograph book by John Hicks while clearing his attic.
Jimi Hendrix autograph sells for almost £6k at Scunthorpe auction
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1 day ago

John Savident: Coronation Street's Fred Elliott dies aged 86

The star was best known for playing Fred Elliott in the ITV soap.
John Savident: Coronation Street's Fred Elliott dies aged 86
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2 days ago

Healthcare workers still waiting for promised payments

Social enterprises say hardworking front-line staff have not received one-off payments agreed last May.
Healthcare workers still waiting for promised payments
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2 days ago

Aldi throws ring with ashes in bin, grieving mum says

Donna Nixon says her lost ring containing her dead son's ashes, was thrown out by staff at an Aldi store.
Aldi throws ring with ashes in bin, grieving mum says
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Parents make urgent appeal for liver donor to save baby girl

Four-month-old Florence is in desperate need of a transplant.
Parents make urgent appeal for liver donor to save baby girl
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2 days ago

Energy bills expected to fall as new Ofgem price cap is announced

Domestic gas and electricity bills could fall sharply in April but many are still struggling to pay.
Energy bills expected to fall as new Ofgem price cap is announced
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2 days ago

Mortgage lenders rapidly changing interest rates

HSBC, NatWest and Virgin Money are all increasing mortgage rates continuing a frantic start to the year.
Mortgage lenders rapidly changing interest rates
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2 days ago

Brigg's 'Undercover Yarners' strike again

Anonymous yarn bombers have filled a Lincolnshire town centre with colourful creations.
Brigg's 'Undercover Yarners' strike again
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Aiden Jackson: Report finds prison officer's failures in inmate's death

Aiden Jackson, who was jailed for murder, was found dead in his cell at HMP Gartree in 2021.
Aiden Jackson: Report finds prison officer's failures in inmate's death
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2 days ago

Lloyds sets aside £450m for motor finance probe

An investigation into whether people paid too much interest to buy car deals was launched last month.
Lloyds sets aside £450m for motor finance probe
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2 days ago

UK weather: Flood warnings in place as heavy rain and strong winds lash UK

Strong winds and heavy downpours will hit already water-logged ground in parts of England and Wales.
UK weather: Flood warnings in place as heavy rain and strong winds lash UK
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3 days ago

More drug than drink-driving arrests by some forces

Drug driving is becoming more prevalent in younger groups, says one of Britain's top police officers.
More drug than drink-driving arrests by some forces
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3 days ago

Firms must make 'reasonable adjustments' for menopausal woman

Equality watchdog guidance suggests allowing women to work from home or letting them wear cooler clothes.
Firms must make 'reasonable adjustments' for menopausal woman
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3 days ago

Baby loss certificates introduced in England

Campaigners say they are "thrilled" that millions of families will finally have their losses recognised.
Baby loss certificates introduced in England
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3 days ago

New Grantham school rota allows teachers to work from home

The principal said it allows teachers to have the same opportunity as people in other professions.
New Grantham school rota allows teachers to work from home
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3 days ago

Bin collectors abused over new recycling rules

People in South Kesteven are being asked to split recycling into two bins
Bin collectors abused over new recycling rules
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3 days ago

Lincolnshire pylon plan would impact on valuable farmland

Conservative MP Sir John Hayes raised his concerns during Prime Minister's Questions.
Lincolnshire pylon plan would impact on valuable farmland
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3 days ago

Grimsby darts academy hoping to inspire next Luke Littler

A sports and social club is hoping to find the next sensation after opening a junior academy.
Grimsby darts academy hoping to inspire next Luke Littler
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