307 thefts from vehicles this July

More than 300 vehicles were targeted by thieves this July and police are urging the public to do their bit by keeping their vehicles secure and not leaving valuables on display. This is reflective of the traditional seasonal rise in thefts from cars, as people leave windows open to keep cars cool or simply forget to close them following a journey. PC Andy Allen said: “Vehicle security is as good as…

August 19, 2016
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Humber Bridge is backdrop for Spencer Tunick finale

Humber Bridge is backdrop for Spencer Tunick finale
July 11, 2016

A select group of participants have taken part in a secret installation with the internationally renowned American artist Spencer Tunick featuring a striking view of the Humber Bridge and offering a final unique perspective of the local area and the city of Hull. Following on from the hugely successful Sea of Hull installation, on Saturday 9 July, which saw thousands of naked people pose in blue body paint at some…

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HESSLE : Local Firm Deliver Superfast Broadband to North Lincolnshire

HESSLE : Local Firm Deliver Superfast Broadband to North Lincolnshire
March 18, 2016

Hessle based technology firm Quickline has successfully completely a project that has seen the internet provider deliver superfast broadband in Northern Lincolnshire. Through a Government incentive, Quickline were tasked with developing and building a network within an area of rural Lincolnshire considered challenging due to its remote location and low density population. Fully deployed, the next stage aims to assess the longer term commercial viability of the network by connecting…

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Humberside : Members of the public are advised not to take NPS substances

Humberside Police
March 9, 2016

Over the last few weeks officers have been attending Head Shops believed to be selling Novel Psychoactive Substances (NPS) – often known as legal highs – and advising them about new legislation coming into force in April. The Psychoactive Substances Act is due to be implemented in early April. The Act will make it an offence to produce, supply or offer to supply any psychoactive substance if the substance is…

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Strategic appointment to fuel growth at RE:Group

Strategic appointment to fuel growth at RE:Group
October 21, 2015

A specialist with 30 years’ chemicals and fuel industry experience has joined RE:Group (UK) Ltd as it continues to develop its industrial fuel oils division. Paul Brown is the Hull-based company’s new industrial fuel sales manager and joins after ten years as a waste management broker and solvent sales representative. RE:Group, which has extensive experience in waste oil management and hydrocarbon recovery, currently handles more than 50 million litres of…

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Conference Aims To Help Secure Future Of Public Transport In The North

Ten local councils have joined forces to stage a major conference with the aim of securing the future of public transport in the North of England. The local authorities are coming together for Total Transport North 2015, an event being held at the National Railway Museum in York on Friday 23 October, in a bid to highlight the issue of funding for local bus services and come up with solutions…

October 15, 2015
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Barmy Britain Part 2 set to visit The Baths Hall BEFORE it starts West End run!

The fantastic Horrible Histories is to bring a brand new show to Scunthorpe – before it starts a lengthy run in London’s West End. Barmy Britain Part 2 will visit The Baths Hall, Scunthorpe for one day only on Monday, 28 July. Shows will take place at 2.00pm and 6.30pm. This is the only performance of this show in the Lincolnshire and Humber region at this time and tickets, priced…

February 20, 2014
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WEATHER UPDATE – EMERGENCY DECLARED

Communities along the East Coast of the Humber area are warned to brace themselves ahead of what is likely to be the most serious coastal tidal surge for over 30 years in our region. This has led to a major incident being declared as emergency services and local authorities across the Humber prepare for an ingression of water during high tide periods later this evening from around 1700hrs onwards. The…

December 5, 2013
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Godfrey Bloom Expresses Concerns Over EU Defence Force

Godfrey Bloom
September 9, 2013

Moves to form an EU-controlled military powerbase acting as a rival to Nato on strategic defence issues have been condemned by MEP Godfrey Bloom. “Under no circumstances must we be tied into an EU defence force or security strategy which places conditions on our troops and our military obligations,” said Godfrey Bloom, UKIP’s defence spokesman. “Members of the UK Armed Forces take an oath to The Queen and this country….

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2846 Fewer Victims Of Crime On The Southbank

There were 2846 fewer victims of crime across North and North East Lincolnshire, between 01 April 2012 and 31 March 2013. This is in comparison to figures between 01 April 2011 and 31 March 2012. End of year figures for the Southbank Division, which consists of both North East Lincolnshire and North Lincolnshire, show that all crime across the two areas was reduced by 10.1% and the number of victims…

May 16, 2013
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Linden Homes Boosts Its Sales Team With Experienced New Staff

Linden Homes Boosts Its Sales Team With Experienced New Staff
April 23, 2013

Award winning Linden Homes has strengthened its sales team in the North with two key appointments. Recently appointed sale manager Sarah Procter brings with her a wealth of experience, as well as a degree in property management, to work alongside the sales and marketing team at the developer’s Hessle head office. Sarah, who joins the company from a national house builder, will be providing additional support for regional sales manager…

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Scunthorpe : Baths Hall Challenge Groups Challenge ‘Least Romantic Town’ In The Uk

Scunthorpe
February 7, 2013

The Baths Hall in Scunthorpe has challenged a report which declared Scunthorpe as the ‘least romantic town’ in the UK. Hotels.com today released a survey which suggested the town was the least romantic in the country. But The Baths Hall – which hosts one of the most romantic love stories Romeo & Juliet by The Moscow City Ballet on Valentine’s Day – has challenged The Daily Mail and Hotels.com to…

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Clinical Commissioning Group In North Lincolnshire Gets Green Light

NHS East Riding
January 24, 2013

North Lincolnshire Clinical Commissioning Group is pleased to announce it has achieved authorisation in Wave 2 of the national process. This authorisation is the rubber stamp that allows local clinicians to take control of the NHS budget in North Lincolnshire from April 2013. North Lincolnshire Clinical Commissioning Group is one of 67 Clinical Commissioning Group’s nationally to achieve authorisation in Wave 2 and one of only 19 to do so with…

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