Rise in crime and nuisance behaviour
The accommodation will contain sixteen separate apartments
Assistant confronted by man with a firearm
Street drinkers could have alcohol confiscated if proposal gets the go ahead
It'll serve the Maritime and Coastguard Agency
Council catches the culprit in the act
It's due to rise by almost 2 per cent
Checks to be carried out
There's been a major drop in the last twelve years
Charter is backed by the area's schools and businesses
Partnership with local community reduces vandalism bills to zero
Former policeman Ken Andrews is behind the initiative.
Alliance Rail is hoping to reinstate a direct service from North East Lincolnshire to the capital.
70 % increase in calls reporting concerns
A church in Goxhill needs to find £50,000 if they are to carry out necessary repairs.
Council looking at the iconic beach chalets future
At a meeting last night councillors approved a rise of 1.9%.
A Louth mum is calling for a cash machine to be shut after she and others became victims of debit card fraud.
Grimsby Citizens Advice has been handed a lottery grant that could prove a lifeline for some of the area's most vulnerable people.
It happened in the early hours of Saturday morning in the town centre when the 17 year old was walking home from a night out.
It'll be built next to the memorial on Pelham Road and will show what trenches looked like on the Western Front during WW1.
It's because of uncertainty over the 2015 Government settlement and the chance future rises could be capped.
Officers were called to an address on Lacey Gardens on Saturday morning.
British Explorer Ben Saunders last week set the record for the longest ever polar journey by foot after retracing Captain Scott's ill fated journey to the South Pole.
If it gets the go ahead the site will be the first of it's kind in the UK. It's all part of a drive to find alternative cost-effective low carbon renewable energy.
Police in Grimsby are hunting for a hit and run driver who hit a cyclist and failed to stop.
Flood defences in North East Lincolnshire are getting a multi- million pound injection of cash.
Yesterday the seafood plant Icelandic Seachill announced they'd be cutting back on staff- saying a decline in the sale of ready meals was to blame.
Currently the council pays for the services and burial or cremation of babies aged over 24 weeks but not for younger or unborn babies.
Unions warn the cuts could put lives in danger
The company behind the energy park Able UK claims Dock operator ABP is using delaying tactics over its jetty proposal.
HMS Grimsby is a mine hunter and will be alongside at the docks for the next few days.
Proposals to raise council tax in North East Lincolnshire by 1.9 per cent have been criticised by the Conservatives. Labour want an increase for the first time in 4 years saying times are tough and accepting a half a million pound Government grant for a freeze won't give them enough cash.
Jeremy Hunt visited the Roxton practice in Immingham and spoke about high death rates at Grimsby hospital.
Almost 500 new houses could be built in Grimsby on the site of a former secondary school.
The changes have been made because of ongoing work at the bus station.
The faces of local police officers and PCSOs are being used to put off would be shoplifters.
Unions have warned pending cuts to North East Lincolnshire council's budget will have a devastating impact on the community.
A smaller than expected Government grant means the force must save £1 million more than was previously thought.
Increase in North East Lincolnshire
Humberside Police launched festive campaign
Increase of sofa-surfers with nowhere to live
Cleethorpes' MP is urging the Government to back recommendations on how the Banks of the Humber could be protected from further flooding.
Interest has been expressed
People are beginning to seek help paying for Christmas
It's thought people not being able to afford to keep their dogs or pay the fine to retrieve them is one of the factors behind the increasing numbers.