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Police issue warning about bogus officials carrying out distraction burglaries

Police are reissuing security advice to residents about burglaries committed by criminals dressed as bogus officials.

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College given lottery funding to help get students active

North Lindsey College has been given £78,200 funding from Sport England to reduce the number of their students who are completing less than thirty minutes of activity each week.

Education
Experience Caribbean carnival in North Lincolnshire

Experience Caribbean carnival in North Lincolnshire

North Lincolnshire is set to host a three day Caribbean Carnival Arts Weekend: Jump Up and Play Mas, from Thursday 28 to Saturday 30 September 2017.

Whats on
Proud mum names lorry after fundraiser daughter

Proud mum names lorry after fundraiser daughter

An Isle mum has recognised the amazing fundraising efforts of her 11-year-old daughter by naming a Nisa lorry after her as part of Nisa Retail’s 40th birthday celebrations.

Epworth
Rob Waltham

Council leader welcomes cancelling rip-off credit card charges

Rip-off card charges will soon be history after Ministers act to end these unfair fees for millions of people across the country.

Politics
Police force announces its new deputy chief constable

Police force announces its new deputy chief constable

Humberside Police has announced Chris Rowley as the new Deputy Chief Constable.

Crime
Can you help reunite tiny tot with her beloved bunny?

Can you help reunite tiny tot with her beloved bunny?

A tiny tot from the Isle has been left heartbroken after she lost her favourite cuddly toy.

Epworth
Ongo

Photograph by Richard Walker / www.imagenorth.net

Report shows strong year for developing new homes

Ongo’s annual report for 2016/17 has been launched online to show performance and achievements over the last 12 months.s

Epworth
Rob Waltham

Independent inspectors say children’s services are ‘outstanding’

Independent inspectors Ofsted have awarded North Lincolnshire Council the highest accolade of ‘outstanding’ for services for children in need of help and protection and looked after children – judging it as overall outstanding our excellent services and enables us to go from strength to strength. This is a fantastic outcome, but we mustn’t be complacent and will continue to be the best.”

Education
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Britain in Bloom success for Eastoft

An Isle community is celebrating blooming great news this week.

News
Green fingered gardeners raise record-breaking funds for hospice

Green fingered gardeners raise record-breaking funds for hospice

An annual fundraising scheme to open some of the most beautiful private gardens across our region to the general public has raised a record breaking £14,000 for Lindsey Lodge Hospice this year.

Epworth
Chief Inspector talks of spit guard pilot extension

Chief Inspector talks of spit guard pilot extension

Following Humberside Police’s initial three month pilot of spit guards, the force has now decided to extend the pilot to include all custody suites and one team in each of its four geographical areas.

Crime
Humberside Fire Service

Thousands of pounds worth of damage caused in arson attacks

Police are appealing for witnesses following a spate of arson attacks and criminal damage on a number of cars in Epworth. Thousands of pounds worth of damage was caused to vehicles and trailers off Studcross in the village on June 27.

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Open days pave the way to careers in engineering

Young people seeking a career in engineering will get their chance to sign up with a leading training provider when applications open next month for programmes beginning in September 2018.

Education
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Isle friends take part in police Lifestyle project

Spending their summer holidays raising money for a worthy cause were a group of Isle friends.

Epworth
Fire and Rescue.

Have your say on future plans for the fire service

Members of the public are invited to give feedback on Humberside Fire and Rescue Service’s plans for 2018 - 2021. The consultation runs for eight weeks, closing on Friday November 3.

News
Rob Waltham

Consultation on changes to Council Tax support scheme

North Lincolnshire Council is carrying out a consultation with residents to get their views on proposed changes to the Council Tax Support Scheme for 2018/19.

Politics
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Still time to sign up for this year’s Anna Verrico Half Marathon

It’s Team Verrico’s hero event on Sunday, September 24, the Anna Verrico Half Marathon, which starts and finishes in Epworth Market Place.

Epworth
Principal Joe Sellars

Axholme Academy makes the grade with a good rating from Ofsted

Proving it is top of the class and can make the grade, Axholme Academy has received a good rating following a recent Ofsted inspection.

Education
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Plans for a £250,000 youth hub to bring church and community together

Ambitious plans to create a £250,000 youth hub have been revealed by St Nicholas’ Church in Haxey.

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