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Bear the museum in mind this half term

North Lincolnshire Museum re-opens with a new exhibition, Made in North Lincolnshire, just in time for the half term holidays.

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Rob Waltham

Council supports households to become energy efficient

North Lincolnshire Council is supporting National Energy Action’s (NEA) Warm Homes Campaign and is taking action to raise awareness of the support available for people to keep their homes warm.

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Councillor Bill Mordue

Business month offers more than 40 events across Doncaster

February is Business Month in Doncaster and this year is bigger and better than ever.

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New council vans set to hit the road

Three new vans have joined North Lincolnshire Council’s fleet and are gearing up to start work on Monday (February 13).

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CCTV and new ticket vending machine to be installed at railway station

Improvements to rail services across the region are on track after a meeting hosted by Isle MP Andrew Percy recently.

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SHOCK FIGURES: 30 per cent of women not attending potentially life-saving cervical smear tests

Young women across the region are being urged to attend their regular smear tests after shock figures revealed that 30 per cent of those aged 25 to 49 in North Lincolnshire are not doing so.

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Leader of Nottinghamshire Council criticises council tax ‘sweetheart deal’ in Surrey

Leader of Nottinghamshire Council criticises council tax ‘sweetheart deal’ in Surrey

The leader of Nottinghamshire County Council has criticised an alleged tax deal that has been offered to a local authority in Surrey.

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Chairman of Misterton Parish Council Barry Cooper

Police force moving into its new home, in a library

Three partner organisations, currently sharing The Misterton Centre, will move to a new home in the Library on March 31.

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Carl Sherwood

Free workshop for budding playwrights

Budding playwrights are invited to a free workshop at 20-21 Visual Arts Centre on Thursday 16 February, from 6.30pm to 8pm.

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Brexit vote: how did your MP vote to start the process of withdrawal from the EU?

The Prime Minister has been given the green light to formally start the Brexit process after a huge majority of MPs voted in favour last night.

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Epworth Leisure Centre

Kids can enjoy DJ workshops, multi-sport and street dance at On Target project

Street dance, multi-sport and DJ workshops are among the activities on offer as part of a youth scheme being rolled out this year.

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Former MP set to star in second series of political comedy show

Former MP set to star in second series of political comedy show

Avalon TV have announced that a second series of the topical, political comedy show Unspun with Matt Forde has been commissioned by UKTV.

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Author Nick Sharratt

Book your place on prestigious literacy conference which highlights the importance of reading

The Words Count More than Words literacy conference is coming to North Lincolnshire on April 27 at The Baths Hall, Scunthorpe, to raise awareness of the importance of reading.

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DON’T PANIC: Plans put in place to deal with possible emergency situations

Don’t panic! Plans are being put in place for how to cope if a crisis hits the Isle.

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Althorpe and Keadby Primary School. Picture: Andrew Roe

Schools set to benefit from £18m council cash

Two Isle schools are set to benefit from a cash injection from North Lincolnshire Council.

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Make a difference to where you live and join the town council

Make a difference to where you live and join the town council

Have you got what it takes to become a councillor?

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Newlands Farm House

Former farmhouse being sold by council for £85,000

North Lincolnshire Council has a number of properties and land for sale, from property for £32,000 to land for £890,000.

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New council-led partnership will ensure the best social workers are recruited

A £1m government investment will see a council lead a brand new partnership – the Humber Social Work Teaching Partnership – that will ensure only the best and brightest social workers continue to be recruited and retained.

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Trevor Foster

Brush off your dancing shoes for spring ball in aid of hospice and cancer charity

A spring ball in aid of the mayor of North Lincolnshire’s appeal fund will take place at The Baths Hall on Saturday March 4, 2017.

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Supreme Court rules Act of Parliament is needed to trigger Brexit Article 50

The Supreme Court has this morning ruled that the government cannot trigger Brexit without an act of Parliament.
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