Grimsby Independent

Month: April 2019

Man charged with Grimsby rape

Man charged with Grimsby rape A man has been charged in connection with an alleged rape on Freeman Street, Grimsby in the early hours of Sunday 14 April. Florin Butnaru,…

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Undercover runner finds confidence to stride out

Undercover runner finds confidence to stride out Be one of the thousands of people to take to the streets on 21 July for the fourth Ørsted Great Grimsby 10k. People…

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Most Brits prefer no hugging please

Most Brits prefer no hugging please A survey by Totaljobs found that most of us when meeting someone for the first time are only comfortable with a formal handshake. As…

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Now a museum wants vessels to be gender neutral!

      In a move that could change the launching of a boat from using the word God Bless her and all who sale in her. One of The…

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High Flight Exhibition featuring Lincolnshire Airfields and Their Aircraft

High Flight Exhibition featuring Lincolnshire Airfields and Their Aircraft JOIN Lincs Inspire Archives Team at Waltham Library on Friday, May 17, for High Flight, an exhibition on Lincolnshire’s airfields, which…

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Great Grimsby MP Melanie Onn calls Parliamentary debate after constituents’ concerns about the odour from Pyewipe WRC

Great Grimsby MP Melanie Onn calls Parliamentary debate after constituents’ concerns about the odour from Pyewipe WRC The Labour MP called the debate after complaints about the smell from West…

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Neighbour driven mad by dog barking.

  A man who alleged he was being driven mad by a neighbours German Shepherd constantly barking. Snapped and smashed the owner’s car window for revenge. He went and hit…

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Further 36 hours granted in Grimsby rape investigation

Further 36 hours granted in Grimsby rape investigation Officers have been granted a further 36 hours to question a man arrested in connection with an alleged rape in Grimsby. The 31-year-old…

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Award-recognition for mental health providers

Award-recognition for mental health providers Fortis Therapy and Training shortlisted for six awards – and won one so far! A mental health service provider is being recognised locally, nationally, and…

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Quiet zones maybe be enforced on public transport.

  The firm behind oyster cards is investigating how they can jam smartphones in order to enforce quiet zones on tubes, trains and buses. It would stop us getting irritated…

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