Scunthorpe United have revealed design plans for their new stadium. The club's chairman is also asking fans to get in touch with concerns
Medical bosses say Northern Lincolnshire & Goole NHS Foundation Trust should be taken out of special measures after a CQC inspection
A mum has spoken of her delight at her "miracle baby" after she gave birth by c-section just hours after being stabbed in the stomach.
The first footage from a new ITV drama looking at the rise to fame of Cilla Black has been released.
It stars Sheridan Smith, the Epworth born actress who made her name in shows like Benidorm.
The move to more serious roles has been a smooth transition for her and she says she has studied Cilla Black in great detail to make the portrayal as accurate as possible.
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More than half a million pounds is being spent on a major upgrade of Intensive Care at a north Lincolnshire hospital which has just come out of special measures. As well as getting refurbished floors and ceilings the unit at Scunthorpe General will be given a new isolation cubicle to care for the most critically ill patients. .
A Scunthorpe firm has been fined for safety failings after a worker suffered serious burns .
The incident happened at Tata Steel's plant in October 2012 when a worker was burned by a rush of hot gas. Gary Jeans, from Wintringham, was injured while working with a colleague in the coke ovens. The Health and Safety Executive prosecuted the company at Scunthorpe Magistrates, where they received a ten thousand pounds fine.
Two gas mains are to be replaced in Scunthorpe following an explosion in the town last month. National Grid say the work will be carried out on Ashby Road as a precautionary measure and to reassure local residents.
A hospital trust criticised for its high death rates has improved, but still needs to improve further, according to inspectors.
The organisation which runs hospitals in Scunthorpe, Goole and Grimsby is being recommended to be taken out of special measures following an inspection by the Care Quality Commission.
The CQC says the trust will receive ongoing support to ensure its performance continues to improve.
Chris Kiddey reports