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Telegraph drive to ensure children Stay Safe

The Scunthorpe Telegraph is publishing a week-long series of articles highlighting dangerous local areas of which children and parents should be aware. The Stay Safe campaign is trying to raise awareness to arm parents and children with the knowledge to

Telegraph set to be a life-saver

The Scunthorpe Telegraph is to give away 100 free smoke alarms after a young flat owner tragically burnt to death. Police say the premature death of the 19-year-old man could have been avoided if there had been batteries fitted in

Toll tonic could bring relief for patients

A tax on the sick and their relatives could be abolished in a review by the Humber Bridge board, which currently charges people who have to visit hospital on the other side of the river. The Grimsby and Scunthorpe Telegraphs

"Health toll" on agenda for key meeting

Humber Bridge chiefs have been forced to sit up and listen after being bombarded with nearly 3,000 pleas to axe a planned toll on health. The Grimsby Telegraph has presented coupons, petitions and letters to bridge master Roger Evans on

"Health toll" on agenda for key meeting

Humber Bridge chiefs have been forced to sit up and listen after being bombarded with nearly 3,000 pleas to axe a planned toll on health. The Grimsby Telegraph has presented coupons, petitions and letters to bridge master Roger Evans on

Drug dealers jailed with help of Scunthorpe Telegraph

Seven drug dealers in Scunthorpe have been jailed following an undercover operation, which was assisted by an Evening Telegraph campaign. Operation Urchin, which targeted known or suspected drug dealers, followed the Scunthorpe Evening Telegraph’s successful Shop a Dealer campaign, which

£1.3m target within reach

A hospice appeal backed by the Scunthorpe Telegraph is within £100,000 of its £1.3m target. The 24-hour hospice facility is now within reach – and it is turning out to be £100,000 cheaper than first thought. Appeal manager Almeda France

Lindsey breaks £1m barrier

The Scunthorpe Telegraph’s Lindsey Lodge Hospice appeal was celebrating today after the fund was topped up with a £250,000 National Lottery Grant. The cash injection leaves the appeal at more than £1m – less than £400,000 away from its £1.4m

Parental fears could halt festive pictures

Worries over identifying children at school in press photos could lead to some festive news being left off the pages of local newspapers. Some regional papers are asking mums, dads and guardians whether their Christmas plays and other events can

Newspaper Society New Media Awards 2001

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