Managers at Skegness Pier say adaptations needed to make slot and change machines compatible with the new £1 coin will cost them £20,000.
That is expected to rise to more than £30,000 when new £10 and £20 notes also come in.
The owners think compensation or help should be available for small businesses to make the
The Government has previously described the new coin - which enters circulation on Tuesday - as "harder to counterfeit than ever before".Read the full story ›
Women from across the region will join in a protest in London today, against changes to the state pension age for women born in the 1950s.Read the full story ›
The hunt is on for an unsuspecting millionaire in Barnsley.Read the full story ›
A couple have won £11,000 damages after a judge ruled theirs and their baby's human rights had been breached when he was taken from them.Read the full story ›
The search is on for the winner of an unclaimed £1 million pound lottery prize in Hull. The ticket expires on February 23rd.Read the full story ›
A son whose elderly, ailing parents are in a home is facing a £6,000 a month bill for their care.Read the full story ›
Developers in Sheffield say they can help get young people onto the housing ladder - by building homes from old shipping containers.Read the full story ›
More than 400 jobs are under threat at Yorkshire Building Society Group after it announced plans to shut 48 branchesRead the full story ›
A think tank says a typical full-time worker in the city suffers a 'pay penalty' of £1,750 a yearRead the full story ›