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Would you drive like this?

Rural police officers in Nottinghamshire moved to stop the driver of a large telehandler forklift – travelling with the forks dangerously lowered and multiple people in the cab.

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The product is on sale at Aldi.

Aldi recalls nuts - due to presence of nuts

Aldi has recalled its Clancy’s Barbecue Flavour Coated Peanuts because they contain cashew nuts, which are undeclared on the label.

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Eminox will help to refit heavy-duty vehicles with new exhaust systems to reduce emissions, called SCRT.

Gainsborough firm to play key role in reducing roadside pollution

Gainsborough-based emission reduction specialist Eminox is set to be a key player in reducing roadside pollution.

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Third phase of multi-million pound broadband programme underway

Third phase of multi-million pound broadband programme underway

The third phase of the multi-million pound Northern Lincs Broadband programme is now well under way, with Beltoft in the Isle of Axholme one of the latest communities to benefit from an upgrade to ultrafast broadband speeds.

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Chief executive stepping down after seven years

Andy Orrey, chief executive of Ongo, has announced his plans to step down from the role in 2018.

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Salaries for doing the same role can vary hugely depending on where you live.

How where you live could affect how much you get paid for doing the same job

Where you live can have a major impact on how much people get paid for doing the same job, new research has shown.
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VIDEO: Brits face £1 billion phone bill to repair broken mobiles due to lack of insurance

2.4 million Brits have a phone with a cracked screen – but two thirds don’t have mobile phone insurance meaning people put up with broken screens for up to six months

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A potential safety issue has been discovered.

Boots recall babies’ dummies due to safety issue

Boots have recalled a range of their Baby Airflow Soothers, due to a potential safety issue having been identified with the products.

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Anyone in possession of a ladder which does not have the blue locking bars or the bottom stabiliser bar, should not use it.

Warning over risk of serious injury from ladder

B&Q has issued a warning about the Mac Allister 3x6 Combination Ladder, which could cause serious injury.
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The road to Spridlington, one of the many villages to benefit from the expanded bus-service.

More buses for isolated residents in rural villages

Hundreds of residents in more than 60 villages in the Gainsborough area and across West Lindsey will benefit from an expansion to the CallConnect bus-service.

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Citizens Advice reveal what you can do to save on your phone contract

After exposing that mobile phone networks are overcharging customers by as much as £38 a month, Citizens Advice are now urging phone users to stay on top off their contract to avoid being ripped off.

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Doncaster Chamber shortlisted to win national business award

Doncaster Chamber’s leading work to “bridge the gap” between young people leaving education for the world of work and businesses looking to recruit and retain a skilled workforce has been shortlisted to win a national business award.

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Families and friends celebrate Amazon Doncaster’s new team

Amazon’s newest UK fulfilment centre has welcomed more than 500 new team members and millions of products at the site in Doncaster.

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MP pushes for better coverage from mobile phone operators

Isle MP Andrew Percy has started his latest round of meetings this week with mobile phone networks as part of his long-running campaign to secure better mobile coverage for local people.

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Diana Veidere and Callum Armstrong

Career kick-start for apprentices on Great Yorkshire Way

Two young people are setting off on engineering careers after landing apprenticeships with Carillion building the second phase of the Great Yorkshire Way, on behalf of Doncaster Council.

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Apprenticeship event showcases options available

North Lincolnshire Council is hosting an apprenticeship event next Thursday, October 26, between 9.30am and 12.30pm at The Pods in Scunthorpe.

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JOB: Could you be the new head of adult disability and mental health services?

JOB: Could you be the new head of adult disability and mental health services?

North Lincolnshire Council is currently advertising for a head of adult disability and mental health.

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Laburnum House boss Jeremy Stallman (left) with Richard Hill, chief executive officer of SEO Traffic Lab.

New website for Gainsborough’s supplier of school books

The premier supplier of school books, based in Gainsborough, has a new, slick, user-friendly website to boost the educational services it offers.

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See where the mobile speed cameras will be this week

Mobile speed cameras for North Lincolnshire and Humberside from Thursday, October 19, until Wednesday November 1.

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Are you a money hoarder?

VIDEO: Brits on average hide £11,000 from loved ones

Almost half of Brits admit to hiding money that their loved ones know nothing about – with the average being more than £11,000, new research has found.

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