Dorothy Baker from Sutton on Sea recounts The Great Flood.
A scheme to tackle horse crime launches today. North Lincolnshire Council's 'Horse Watch' scheme will focus on horse theft and cruelty. There will be a Facebook page set up to help catch those responsible.
The campaign was sparked by incidents including a pregnant horse beaten to death and a horse having its tail cut off.
Health officials in North Lincolnshire are urging parents to ensure their children's vaccinations are up-to-date. It comes after three children were diagnosed with measles in the past few weeks.
Almost a month of resurfacing work is starting on North Lincolnshire's roads. Council staff are beginning this morning on the A161 Graizelound to Westwoodside route. Between now and 10 July they will be working around the county ending on the carriageway between Winterton and South Ferriby.
Officials are urging drivers to be patient while the work is carried out to ensure that roads are well maintained and safe. They say motorists can help by not parking on areas due to be treated, rearranging deliveries and slowing down on recently renewed surfaces.
– Cllr Nigel Sherwood, North Lincolnshire Council
The work is essential to enable us to keep the roads properly maintained and safe. We always do our best to keep disruption to the minimum and would urge people to be patient and allow a little extra time for their journeys. The work is weather dependant and continued rain may affect the timing of the work, so please keep checking our website for details.
There has been a fall in the amount of crime in North Lincolnshire.
It has dropped by an average of 6.1%, taking levels to a record low. This means there are 275 fewer victims of burglary, robbery and cars being stolen or broken into.
There are also 106 fewer people who have been victims of violent crime.
– Detective Chief Inspector Bob Clark, Humberside Police
The overall crime figures for 2011/12 show that despite the financial constraints and challenging times we find ourselves in we were still able to work closely with our partners, community groups and Neighbourhood Watch Groups to tackle crime and those responsible for committing it head on in order to reduce overall crime levels and more importantly it also means that over the last year we had fewer victims of crime.