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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.

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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
The value of the coin is set to soar from next month.

REVEALED: The rarest £1 coin you must NOT cash in

The value of the rarest £1 coin in circulation is set to soar when it is taken out of circulation next month.
Business
The offer is valid for one day only.

Pub chain to cut cost of food and drink - for one day only

Pub-goers will be able to take advantage of cut-price food and drink for one day only.

Business
Ryanair has cancelled a number of flights up until October 28.

The full list of Ryanair cancellations and what to do if you're affected

Ryanair have now revealed the full list of cancelled flights for the next six weeks.
Transport
Ryanair has said it will be cancelling 40-50 flights a day until the end of October.

Has your Ryanair flight been cancelled?

Budget airline Ryanair cancelled a number of flights over the weekend, with two more days of cancellations planned for Tuesday and Wednesday.

Transport
The Cath Kidston water bottle affected.

Kids’ water bottles recalled due to choking fears

A popular brand of children’s drinking bottle has been recalled by the manufacturer due to a risk of choking being identified.

News
There's just a month left to spend your old 1 coins.

There’s only one month left to spend your old pound coins

Look under your sofa, empty your piggy bank and check your pockets – there are only 30 days left to spend the old £1 coin before it becomes worthless.

Business
Unemployment in the East Midlands is better than the national average

Unemployment in the East Midlands is better than the national average

Unemployment in the East Midlands continues to be better than the national average, latest figures show.

News
Customers should return the socks for a full refund.

Disney Frozen socks recalled over cancer fears

A line of Disney Frozen socks have been recalled by their manufacturer due to concerns that it may contain a cancer-causing chemical.

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Young people take first steps in new careers with Doncaster apprenticeships

Nine young people from Doncaster have taken their first steps in a new career after starting apprenticeships and student placements with St Leger Homes.

Business
The power stations at West Burton that are currently owned and operated by EDF Energy.

Public’s views wanted on plan for new gas power station at West Burton

The views of residents in the Gainsborough area are being sought over plans to build a new gas power station at West Burton.

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Chance to ‘Go Ape’ as plans for top tourist attraction gets go-ahead

North Lincolnshire Planning Committee has approved plans to bring Go Ape to North Lincolnshire.

Business
Journalist apprenticeship scheme launched

Journalist apprenticeship scheme launched

Have you always dreamt of being a journalist?

Business
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Festival of the Plough 2017

Reaped in tradition, the annual Festival of the Plough celebrates its 37th year in 2017.

News
Services across Derbyshire and parts of Nottinghamshire and Lincolnshire will be affected.

Northern rail strike: how will it affect you?

Rail commuters are being advised to plan their journeys carefully as Northern rail staff take part in a further two days of strike action.

News
Site snapped up at auction by South Yorkshire developers

Site snapped up at auction by South Yorkshire developers

Doncaster-based residential developer Swan Homes announces the addition of a well-located development site to its growing portfolio of recent property acquisitions.

Business
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Doncaster’s £2m mis-sold PPI could buy two rolls of 22-karat gold toilet paper

Doncaster’s residents have successfully reclaimed £2m in mis-sold payment protection insurance (PPI) from their banks.

Business
Driver-less lorries could soon be appearing on UK motorways

Self-driving lorries to be tested on motorways in England with HGVs in convoy

Platoons of self-driving lorries will be trialled on England’s motorways, the Department for Transport has announced.

News
Liz Redfern

British Steel Support Fund helps create hundreds of jobs

Fourteen businesses in North Lincolnshire have been granted over £2.2m from the British Steel Support Fund, to support development and create jobs. It is expected that 217 jobs will be created thanks to help from the funding.

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