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.
A Cleethorpes woman has been sentenced to nine years in prison for fraud.
41 year-old Hayley Brown of Goodwood Lane, was arrested by Humberside Police in November 2009 as an investigation was launched into allegations of fraud and forgery totalling around £1.2 million.
Allegations were made that a number of people invested money ranging from £12,000 to £600,000 to invest in property in Turkey. The investigation found that £1.2million was alleged to have been paid to Brown in the belief that property investment would take place.
Police found that little of the money had actually left the United Kingdom. Instead it was used in a “Ponzi” type fraud to pay back earlier investors or to fund the lavish lifestyle Brown had grown used to.
Brown was found guilty of 12 Offences of Fraud and 1 of Forgery at Leeds Crown Court in January.
Brown was also found guilty of possessing a stun gun CS gas.
Police are appealing for help in finding a missing Cleethorpes man.
Stephen Emmerson of Grimsby Road was reported missing to police last Friday.
He is around 5ft 5ins tall and of a medium build.
Police have identified a man who appeared in Cleethorpes with no idea who he was.
The man, who had been sleeping rough in the Cleethorpes area around September 2013, says he is called David Thorpe and his date of birth is 5 October 1955.
Police have now established that he is from South Yorkshire.
The Northern Lincolnshire and Goole NHS Foundation Trust says it is investigating a complaint by a man who travelled to France for gallbladder treatment after claiming he had been let down in the UK.
– The Northern Lincolnshire and Goole NHS Foundation Trust
"Mr McGovern has now made a formal complaint which we will investigate. We will be inviting him to a meeting to discuss his case with the team involved in his care."
A father from Cleethorpes has paid £2000 to travel abroad for treatment on his gallbladder after he claims the medical care offered to him in the UK didn't stop his pain.
Francis McGovern says he was in so much agony he booked into a hospital in Marseille in France, where doctors removed the organ.
A father from Cleethorpes has paid 2 thousand pounds to travel abroad for treatment on his gallbladder after he claims the medical care offered to him in the UK didn't stop his pain.
Francis McGovern says he was in so much agony he booked into a hospital in Marseille in France, where doctors removed the organ. Mr McGovern also says over the last eight months he was admitted to Grimsby's Diana, Princess Of Wales Hospital four times. Each time surgery was not recommended.
A man and woman who had been arrested after a baby was admitted to hospital in Grimsby have been released on bail.
The child, who it's thought is just a few weeks old, was admitted to hospital on Tuesday. The child is still be treated at Sheffield Children's Hospital.
A man and woman have been arrested after a baby was admitted to hospital in what police say is "a serious condition".
Humberside Police officers were called to the Diana, Princess of Wales Hospital in Grimsby on Tuesday after the baby had been admitted from an address in Cleethorpes.
The baby has since been transferred to Sheffield Children's Hospital.
Police are appealing for help in finding a man from Cleethorpes whose car was found on the Humber Bridge.
The coastguard was helping officers in the search for 25-year-old Robert Hewitt when they discovered his silver Vauxhall Astra.
He was last seen at his home on Grimsby Road on Sunday 5 January.
Trading standards officials in Lincolnshire are warning that chidren may have been given Christmas presents that contain a dangerous chemical.
Lucy Holmes from Cleethorpes immediately confiscated her five year old daughter's doll, made in China, after hearing it could contain a chemical linked to cancer and birth defects if swallowed.
Hers was a "fruit-head"doll, although there are several other designs of dolls affected, all subject to a Europe-wide product recall. The potentially lethal chemical contained in the dolls is phthalates, a chemical used to soften plastics.
Most of the dolls do not have a CE marking, used to prove the toy meets European safety regulations.