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Union suspends strike pending talks in driver-only trains row

A planned strike in the long-running dispute over the role of guards on trains has been called off.

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How the World Cup is affecting our driving

As we approach England's quarter final match against Sweden on Saturday some interesting statistics have been revealed about how football affects drivers.

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70th anniversary event to commemorate 1948 rail disaster

An event to commemorate the 70th anniversary of the Wath Manvers Rail Accident will take place on Saturday 7 July and will be attended by survivors, local residents and staff from Doncaster and Bassetlaw Teaching Hospitals (DBTH).

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Rural bus routes are a lifeline for many.

More bus routes planned linking Sheffield, Chesterfield and Matlock to Meadowhall and Barnsley

As part of National Catch the Bus Week (July 2-8), Stagecoach Yorkshire has announced it is extending its Stagecoach Gold X17 route by providing new, direct bus links to serve passengers across the borough.

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Northern Rail staff will stage three further 24-hour strikes this month

Northern Rail staff to stage three 24-hour strikes this month

Northern Rail staff are to stage three 24-hour strikes later this month.
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Warning to motorists after lorry collides with footbridge and sheds its load

Police have issued a warning to motorists heading towards Hull this afternoon.

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Council seeks support for direct train link to London

North Lincolnshire is committed to improving connectivity through increasing investment in infrastructure that creates the right conditions for sustainable economic growth and connects people, business and places.

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Warning from police about illegally driving through puddles as woman, 95, dies after being hit by ‘wave’ from passing traffic

Police are reminding motorists that it can be illegal to drive through puddles after a woman died having been knocked over by a ‘huge wave’ caused by passing cars.

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Watch out for the mobile speed cameras

Safer Roads Humber will have mobile speed cameras in place at the following sites, the week commencing Thursday, April 26.

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Crackdown on drunken airline passengers

CRACKDOWN: Alcohol to be kept in sealed bags to put a stop to drunken airline passengers

All alcohol bought at airport shops could be placed in sealed bags in a crackdown on disruption by drunken passengers.
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Would you challenge a parking ticket?

East Midlands drivers most likely in England to challenge a parking ticket

People in the East Midlands are the most likely in England to challenge a parking ticket, new research has found.

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The junction of Thorndike Way and Corringham Road in Gainsborough.

Councillors clash over Gainsborough junction improvements

A district council leader and leading Lincolnshire county councillor have clashed over improvements to a Gainsborough junction and objections to a major housing development in the town.

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MP welcomes cash for crumbling roads

Isle MP Andrew Percy, has welcomed the Government’s recent announcement that a further £100 million is being given to councils to repair potholes and protect local roads from future severe weather.

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Council addressing pothole issue

More than 1,000 potholes repaired

Pothole repairs across North Lincolnshire have continued at a pace this week, with a further 732 fixed, making a grand total of 1,039 filled in the last two weeks.

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WATCH OUT: Mobile speed camera sites next week

These are the sites where mobile speed cameras will be in place across the region next week.

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Richard Hannigan

Investment in public transport set to improve services

The popular Call Connect bus service that provides a lifeline to many residents in rural areas is set to continue improving transport services across North Lincolnshire.

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WATCH OUT: Mobile speed camera sites

Here are the latest sites for mobile speed cameras across North Lincolnshire from Safer Roads Humber.

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The Vulcan

Have your name inscribed on the wings of the iconic Vulcan Bomber

MEMBERS of the public are being given the opportunity to have their name added to the wings of the iconic Vulcan XH558, as part of celebrations to commemorate the 25th anniversary of XH558’s final RAF Flight in 1993.

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Filling up has proved problematic for some officers - but not in Notts

How far will your car run on the fuel warning light - and can you get in trouble for running out of petrol?

It’s a feeling every motorist has experienced at least once in the run-up to payday: you’re trying to scrape every last drop of fuel out of your tank, and the dreaded fuel warning light comes on.
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Plans for direct North Lincolnshire to London trains

Plans to run a direct rail service from North Lincolnshire to London were moved forward at a high-level meeting with rail bosses.

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