The motorbike racer said he needs to "listen to my body more" after injury forced him to pull out of a world record attempt.Read the full story ›
Two drug addicts have been told they face prison sentences for feeding four-year-old Poppy Widdison drugs because she was an "inconvenience"Read the full story ›
The jury has retired to consider its verdicts in the case of a mother from Grimsby and her ex-partner, accused of feeding drugs to four-year-old Poppy Widdison before her death.
Michala Pyke and John Rytting both deny child cruelty by administering or encouraging Poppy to take prescription or controlled drugs. Poppy died in June 2013 after suffering a cardiac arrest. In tests after her death, seven drugs including diazepam and temazepam were found in her system, and heroin was found in her hair. The two defendants blame each other for the drugs getting into the four-year-old's system.
Police are appealing for witnesses after a woman was sexually assaulted and robbed near Grimsby’s Fishing Heritage centre.
The incident happened close to the bandstand at around 6.35pm on Tuesday, as the 20-year-old woman walked from the town centre towards Sainsbury’s car park.
A man believed to be in his late 20s approached her and touched her inappropriately, before grabbing an electric toothbrush from her bag and running towards the town centre.
He is described as white, of skinny build, 5ft 6in tall, balding, with short cropped hair. He wore a black, waist length zip-up hooded jacket and dark clothing.
The 1D star will go ahead with his scheduled performance as per the wishes of his late mother who passed away on Wednesday.Read the full story ›
A warning is issued to users of so-called ‘legal-highs’ after a Grimsby man was left fighting for his life following a suspected overdose.Read the full story ›
Police say A180 Westbound is expected to remain closed for some time due to an earlier accident involving a truck between Gilbey Road / Estate Road No 2 / Estate Road No 1 (Pyewipe Roundabout) and M180 J5 / A15 / A18 (Barnetby Top)
The Eastbound side of the A180 has reopened after being closed due to another accident this morning.
The A180 in Grimsby into town partially blocked due to shed load of fish between Birchin Way/Pyewipe Road/Moody Lane and the A16 Victoria Street North/A180 Cleethorpe Road/Lockhill.
There are reports that seagulls picking at the fish are causing an additional hazard.
Police are appealing for witnesses after a 17-year-old boy was left with facial injuries following an attack at Grimsby bus station.Read the full story ›
Marcus Bignot has been appointed as the new Grimsby manager after agreeing a deal to leave Solihull Moors.Read the full story ›