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Streets to get new marshals to stop drink-violence

Partygoers in Grimsby and Cleethorpes will notice another late-night presence on the streets after Pubwatch North East Lincolnshire won funding to deploy street marshals. The marshals will provide a patrol service in the town centre on key dates during the…

2 months ago
Home boarding business fined

An Immingham woman who was running an unlicensed home boarding business for pets has been fined at Grimsby Magistrates’ Court. An officer from North East Lincolnshire Council (NELC) found adverts on Facebook on 10 September 2017 for an unlicensed home…

4 months ago
Tackling Below Cost Sales of Alcohol

North East Lincolnshire Council’s licensing team has launched an initiative aimed at tackling below-cost sales of alcohol in East Marsh. The licensing team has written to off-licensed premises in the East Marsh area reminding them of their responsibilities under the…

8 months ago
Littlecoates Allotment Notice

The Lister Street entrance to Littlecoates allotment site will be closed this evening from 9pm. Allotment owners will be able to gain access to the site again tomorrow morning. The Council and its regeneration partner ENGIE would like to apologise…

1 year ago
Bogus taxi driver fined

A bogus taxi driver has been fined £500 at Grimsby Magistrates’ Court thanks to tip-offs from watchful passengers in Cleethorpes and Grimsby. Sukanta Nath, 29, of Dugard Road, Cleethorpes, pleaded guilty to two charges related to acting as a Hackney…

1 year ago
Grimsby shopkeeper fined for ignoring warnings over hygiene rules

A Grimsby shopkeeper has been given a court bill of more than £1,000 for not keeping the premises up to standard. Environmental health officers from North East Lincolnshire Council uncovered a series of problems when they inspected the Today’s Express…

1 year ago
Keeping taxis smoke free

A campaign to keep taxis in North East Lincolnshire smoke free has seen the number of warnings issued fall by more than half in only two years. Members of the Council’s licensing and community protection committee have been leading on…

1 year ago
Pet shop ban for trader found selling animals without a licence

A man has been banned from keeping a pet shop after pleading guilty to selling animals without the proper licence in place. Damien Winkle, 37, of Sanner Street in Hull, pleaded guilty to the offence under the Pets Animals Act…

2 years ago