The future of Cleethorpes Pier has been thrown into doubt once again as a deal to sell the attraction falls through.
A body which went unidentified for more than two decades has been identified as a man from Cleethorpes thanks to modern detective work.
MP demands direct routes between North East Lincolnshire and London.
North East Lincolnshire Council have issued advice to people living near flood defences in Grimsby and Cleethorpes.
– North East Lincolnshire Council
There is likely to be significant wave overtopping in this area, posing a potential risk to life.
The Grimsby and Cleethorpes sirens also will be sounded during Thursday afternoon.
Residents living in two storey buildings should move themselves to the second floor or relocate temporarily with family or friends.
Residents living in single storey buildings should relocate temporarily with family or friends.
Respite centres are being set up for vulnerable residents
Retired firefighter Andy Sangster from Cleethorpes has been on an epic journey down under. He has just returned from Australia after spending seven months cycling 10 tousand miles. Andy - and his bike - joined Duncan Wood and Gaynor Barnes in the Calendar studio.
A teenager has been reported missing from Cleethorpes. Star-Daniella Whiteley, who is 15-years-old, was last seen at her home on Park Street on Thursday October 31st. She is described as white, around 5ft tall, slim with long dark coloured hair and a lip piercing.
She was last seen wearing a 3/4 length green coat with fur around the hood and dark leggings. She has been reported missing before.
A couple from Lincolnshire have spoken of their terror at finding a large black snake sliding out of a drain in their back yard. Linda and Geoff Peck from Cleethorpes spotted it one evening last week and had to get their grown up son round to help deal with it.
The pair say they can now laugh about it but at the time it was far from funny. James Webster has been to meet them:
A man from Cleethorpes who found a snake emerging from a drain in his back yard originally thought it was just a slug. Geoff Peck saw it disappear, but after he cleared the mud from the grate the reptile escaped into their yard leaving he and his wife petrified it would get into their house.
These images, taken by the Peck family from Cleethorpes show the snake they were confronted with after it emerged from the drain in their back yard. They were relieved to discover it was not venomous after a reptile expert arrived to take it away and reunite it with its previous owner.
The son of a couple from Cleethorpes says he did not think about the danger when he had to rescue them from a snake which had come out of the drain in their back yard. Simon Peck managed to get a recycling crate on top of the reptile to contain it before calling in help from a reptile shop owner.
A couple from Cleethorpes who found a snake in the drain of their back yard caught much of their ordeal on home video. Geoff Peck got his camera out to try to get pictures that might identify the reptile but the recording also documents their attempts to capture the snake.
This is the snake which emerged from the back yard drain belonging to Cleethorpes couple Linda and Geoff Peck leaving the pair terrified it could get into their house. The couple had to call in their son Simon to catch the reptile and get it taken away by experts from a nearby pet shop.
The pet experts identified it as a Mexican King Snake that was not venomous. It had been lost by its owner several months earlier and they think it was only the unusually warm weather which had helped it to survive in the wild for so long. The original owner has now reclaimed it.
Linda Peck from Cleethorpes admits she completely fell to pieces when she saw a snake slithering from a drain in her yard towards the back door. She was so scared she says if the reptile had not been caught she would have had to leave her house.