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Politics

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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Trevor Foster

Mayor to host service to commemorate Holocaust Memorial Day

The Mayor of North Lincolnshire is hosting a ceremony in Scunthorpe on Friday January 27 to commemorate Holocaust Memorial Day 2017.

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Could you make a difference to a child's life?

Start the new year by making a difference to a child’s life

North Lincolnshire Council is looking for new foster carers and adoptive parents in North Lincolnshire to look after children of all ages and needs. Could this be you?

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Gainsborough business leaders’ group agree constitution

Gainsborough business leaders have signed a new agreement to mark their commitment to actively promote investment in the area.

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Work on new £3.5m Ongo office gets underway

North Lincolnshire Council is this week starting demolition work in Church Square, Scunthorpe to make way for the new £3.5m Ongo headquarters office to be built.

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Rob Waltham

Clear up of faeces, food waste and drug paraphernalia costs taxpayer £2,000

North Lincolnshire Council was left with the big task of clearing up around five tonnes of waste from the ‘Tent Town’ site in Scunthorpe, which cost more than £2,000.

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Heroes wanted for Great British Spring Clean

Heroes wanted for Great British Spring Clean

Calling all communities in North Lincolnshire – get involved in the biggest ever litter campaign, Great British Spring Clean (3 to 5 March 2017) and help clean up your community and country.

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Have a healthy start to 2017 - look after your physical and mental well being

North Lincolnshire Council is encouraging residents to have a healthy start to 2017 by supporting you to make healthier choices and look after your physical and mental wellbeing.

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David Rose

North Lincolnshire will be among the best areas for education by 2020

North Lincolnshire Council has published its annual education report for 2016 which provides the key achievements of schools and academies in North Lincolnshire and outlines its aims for the coming year.

Education
Richard Hannigan

Council to provide alternative court provision in Scunthorpe

Since the announcement of Scunthorpe Magistrates closing, North Lincolnshire Council has been working alongside the Ministry of Justice to provide an alternative provision.

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Roadworks are planned this week.

ROADWORKS: See what’s happening on the roads

Here is a list of the current roadworks taking place in North Lincolnshire.

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PLANNING: See what’s happening in your street

Here are the latest planning applications received, and decisions made, by North Lincolnshire Council.

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David Rose

Parents invited to comment on Catholic school admission arrangements

North Lincolnshire Council is running two consultations on behalf of schools in the area proposing to change their admission arrangements for the 2018/19 intake year.

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Council to improve general waste and recycling collections

Due to the extra waste people will have over Christmas and New Year, refuse collectors will be out in force ensuring residents’ bins are emptied.

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BMW announces 100 jobs at new import base

North Lincolnshire Council deputy leader Rob Waltham has today expressed his delight with the news that major car manufacturer BMW is to create 100 jobs through its new import base to be located at the Able UK site in North Killingholme.

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Join a council leisure centre and save up to £53 in January sale

North Lincolnshire Council has a special post-Christmas gift for residents wanting to get fit in 2017.

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Rob Waltham

Early Christmas present for people with learning disabilities

The Government has this week announced plans to award North Lincolnshire Council £600,000 from the Department for Health to help people with learning disabilities live independently.

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MP signs Christmas card pledge to support Brexit

MP signs Christmas card pledge to support Brexit

MP Andrew Percy has signed a giant Christmas card to local residents, pledging to vote in Parliament for Brexit and respect the outcome of the EU referendum, if a vote in Parliament is required.

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Richard Hannigan

New court process to save the council time and resources

North Lincolnshire Council is set to save time and resources through the Single Justice Procedure, a new way of dealing with specific court cases.

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Don’t get caught out by rogue carriers

North Lincolnshire Council is warning residents not to pay rogue waste carriers to remove their rubbish.

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