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Council News

New pedestrian crossing improves safety for children and parents
21 February 2024
Transport and Streets

A new pedestrian crossing outside one of Scunthorpe’s oldest schools has been completed – enabling parents and children safer access…

£13,000 Government cash boost to supercharge productivity at...
16 February 2024
Business

A speciality chemicals and gas supplier in Elsham is the latest business to benefit from Government cash to accelerate growth.…

Bin collections: An apology for inconvenience – please...
14 February 2024
Bins, Waste and Recycling

A number of garden waste and recycling collections across North Lincolnshire have been re-arranged due to staff sickness. Despite this,…

Scunthorpe packaging specialist joins Industry 4.0 revolution...
14 February 2024
Business

A Scunthorpe-based international packaging company installed a smart metering system to reduce its energy consumption and improve productivity using Government…

Have your say: parish council arrangements
13 February 2024
Your Council

Residents are being invited to have their say on the parish council where they live. As they complete the short…

Could you be one question away from making a huge difference to...
12 February 2024
Council News

New technology means anyone interested in fostering can now talk straight away to a trained adviser via a chat hotline.…

Have your say: Proposal to improve homes and communities in...
8 February 2024
Housing

A scheme designed to improve housing standards and protect Scunthorpe communities from rogue landlords and anti-social tenants has been proposed.…

Council leads review with residents into safety concerns in...
7 February 2024
Transport and Streets

North Lincolnshire Council has launched a review into industrial traffic flows in and around Goxhill. Residents from across the area…

Greater together: Apprenticeship awards for whole of...
6 February 2024
Jobs

The Greater Lincolnshire Apprenticeship Champion Awards are back for 2024 – with applications now being accepted from across the whole…

Get protected against Measles, Mumps and Rubella
5 February 2024
Council News

Health leaders in North and North East Lincolnshire are urging people to come forward and get vaccinated against Measles, Mumps…

Businesses invest £2.2m in North Lincolnshire backed with...
2 February 2024
Business

Dozens of businesses across North Lincolnshire have invested more than £2.2m after being backed with £300,000 Government cash. More than…

First part of £20m Government cash will revamp community...
30 January 2024
Council News

The first £2m of a ten-year £20m Government cash pot will be used to revamp community centres across Scunthorpe, the…

Greater Together: Coroner’s services across Greater...
26 January 2024
Council News

North Lincolnshire’s coroner area is set to be merged with Grimsby and Greater Lincolnshire coroner areas in a move that…

Council steps in to help out Christmas tree recycling scheme
25 January 2024
Planning and Environment

Over 350 Christmas trees have been collected by the council’s neighbourhood services team to support Lindsey Lodge Hospice.   Every year…

Greater Lincolnshire Devolution: Last chance to have your say
25 January 2024
Council News

Residents are being urged to have their say on the devolution proposal that would see £720m in extra cash flow…

Leader welcomes Government cash boost
24 January 2024
Council News

Cllr Rob Waltham, leader of North Lincolnshire Council, welcomed today’s announcement that the Government is to boost council finances by…

Office furniture supplier sets sights on growth with Government...
24 January 2024
Business

Harlequin Office Furniture is the latest local business to benefit from the UK Shared Prosperity Fund (UKSPF) – receiving a…

Raft of community facilities in Kirton protected
23 January 2024
Council News

A raft of community facilities across Kirton in Lindsey have gained protection from development thanks to North Lincolnshire Council declaring…

Family business creates new jobs and wins new customers thanks...
23 January 2024
Business

Sentex Hydraulix, a Scunthorpe-based family run business, was awarded cash from the first round of the UK Shared Prosperity Funding…

Start your year with a new career at the region’s biggest Jobs...
19 January 2024
Jobs

The North Lincolnshire Jobs Expo returns next month, with hundreds of opportunities for anyone who wants to make 2024 their…

Better bus service for Barton residents
18 January 2024
Transport and Streets

The bus service between Barton and Immingham has been extended to incorporate South Killingholme, North Killingholme and East Halton. Service…

Holocaust Memorial Day ceremony will commemorate victims
17 January 2024
Community Advice and Support

To commemorate Holocaust Memorial Day 2024, the Mayor of North Lincolnshire, Cllr Janet Longcake, will be hosting a ceremony in…

New green machines clean the air as well as the road
17 January 2024
Bins, Waste and Recycling

A fleet of new state of the art road sweeping machines clean dust and pollution particles from the air as…

New look for popular community buses
16 January 2024
Transport and Streets

Further improvements have been made to bus services 96 and 97 that connect residents in the low villages to Barton,…