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  • New Mayor, deputy and Cadet to be appointed The annual meeting of North Lincolnshire Council takes place on Thursday (18 May). A new Mayor and deputy Mayor of North Lincolnshire will be appointed. A Sea Cadet will be appointed as Mayor's...
  • Contemporary dance comes to our area Candoco Dance Company, the company of disabled and non-disabled dancers, is bringing an exciting evening of choreography and performance to The Baths Hall in Scunthorpe on 14 June.
  • Could you be a foster carer? We sat down for a chat with one of our foster carers, Jodie from Scunthorpe, to find out her experiences of being a foster carer in North Lincolnshire.
  • Jobs available after cost cutting review North Lincolnshire Council has just completed a further stage of its management review that will save £850,000 over the next four years.
  • Banish boredom this half term Looking for something to keep your children entertained this May half term? We have a range of fun-filled, full-day activities, guaranteed to keep boredom at bay.
  • Excitement builds for LEGO exhibition Brick City the latest exhibition soon to open at 20-21 Visual Arts Centre will give visitors the chance to explore the world, through LEGO!
  • Fast track your prospects Do you need a GCSE equivalent English qualification quickly? Our Adult Community Learning 'Fast Track Functional English' course could be just what you are looking for.
  • Dog fouling offender hit with second fine North Lincolnshire Council has secured a second prosecution in less than a year against a resident failing to pick up after his dog.
  • Brigg hosts Tour of Britain local launch Brigg will come alive with Tour of Britain fever this Saturday (6 May 2017) as it hosts the local launch for North Lincolnshire's stage of the Tour of Britain 2017.
  • Green light for £13.3m Trent flood defences Following public consultation with residents, North Lincolnshire Council is ready to press ahead with a £13.3m flood defence scheme to protect our towns and villages on both sides of the Trent.
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