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Grimsby Telegraph, February 14, 2014

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Airport Fire Engine Sale Needs a Rapid Response ; Fully Operational Vehicle Listed On Ebay with Starting Price of Pounds 10,000

A FULLY operational fire engine from Humberside Airport has been listed on eBay, and can be snapped up for as little as Pounds 10,000. The 25-year-old 4x4 Barracuda, which is capable of firing both water and foam, is up for sale on the online auction site after an upgrade programme of the airport's fire-fighting fleet got underway late last year. The vehicle is listed with a starting price of Pounds 10,000 and a "buy it now" price of Pounds 15,000, which means it could sell at any time.

Next Week: Business Telegraph ; in Brief

WHILE your love life may occupy your thoughts today, we bring you firmly back to your burning passion next week, with February's 28- page Business Telegraph published. The edition is out on Tuesday, free with your Grimsby Telegraph, with the latest news and views from the business community on the South Bank.

Drivers Are Now Police Priority ; in Brief

NUISANCE vehicles have become a police priority after a minority of drivers were causing noise in Barton. The neighbourhood action team in Barton has prioritised nuisance vehicles, due to the team being made aware that a minority of drivers were causing noise nuisance in cars in various locations around the town.

Chinese Lanterns Pose a Public Safety Risk, Warns Fire Service

LINCOLNSHIRE landowners hope other retailers will follow Tesco's lead in banning the sale of Chinese lanter ns. The supermarket chain's decision comes after the airborne lanterns were blamed for scores of fires across the country.

Sign-Up for Energy Switch Now

EAST Lindsey residents who want the chance to save money on their energy bills have less than a week left to sign up for the Lincolnshire Energy Switch scheme. So far, more than 1,300 gas and electricity customers in Lincolnshire have signed up to potentially save money on their home energy bills through the new collective Lincolnshire Energy Switch scheme (LESS).

Kerr Targeting Final Flourish

GRIMSBY Town's players have all got their own motivations for wanting to get back to Wembley this season. But for Scott Kerr, it would mean that he'd finally be able to fulfil a special promise to his little boy. During York City's 2011/12 campaign, the midfielder told his son that if the Minstermen managed to reach a Wembley final, they would walk out on the hallowed turf together.

Why has so Little Been Spent On Sea Defences?

REGARDING the current spell of severe weather battering our sea defences around the UK, I work for a UK-based company, Stema Shipping UK. We operate large, 25,000-tonne barges delivering large granite boulders from Norway to UK and other European destinations. These rocks are then loaded from the mother barge to a smaller barge and deposited on the beach for the contractor to construct the groynes, reefs or rivetments necessary to protect the area. Me and the rest of the crew, who man the bar...

Editorial Policy

WE care about accuracy. It is the policy of the Grimsby Telegraph to correct its mistakes in print. While we strive to avoid errors, we also acknowledge that they do sometimes occur in the hectic process of publishing a daily newspaper. If you find an error of fact in our pages, we urge you to write to the Editor at the above address, giving a daytime telephone number where possible.

In the Courts

THE following people have been dealt with by Grimsby magistrates: Timothy Taylor, 21, of Duke Street, Grimsby, admitted failing to comply with community order made by Grimsby And Cleethorpes Magistrates' Court on January 6, 2014. Original offences: using threatening behaviour towards a staff member of Sainsbury's on January 3, 2014; using threatening behaviour towards a staff member of Boots on December 13, 2013. He was given a one-month community order to be under curfew for one month to end...

Webbonet Storm Back with Two Solid Results ; Carrington Targets China Open Placelouth Snooker Scene

CHAMPIONS Webbonet find themselves back on top of the Premier Section of the Grimsby Snooker Singles League after beating Inspirations Fireplaces 6-2 in a rearranged game. They must also be mightily relieved that after only getting four frames in this week's match against West End A, their rivals Clee Cons A did no better when entertaining TR Carpets. Playing at the Edmonds Club, Webbonet got off to a great start when captain Nige Emmerson won both his frames, and Paul Clark narrowly won his ...

Take a Quick Step to Romance ; in Brief

CELEBRATE Valentine's Day by whisking your beloved onto the dance floor at a special sequence dancing evening. Organised by the St Giles' Dance Club, Scartho, the event is taking place tomorrow , from 7.30pm to 10pm.

Crafty Way to Discover Resource Centre

A FREE craft taster session for families is taking place at Immingham Resource Centre tomorrow. It is part of an open event being held to raise awareness about the venue, which will become the Immingham Oasis Community Centre on April 1. Families will be able to have fun making card animals, gift bags and paper toys, while finding out more about other opportunities available at the centre. This is the second such event to be held at the centre this month, with the first attracting more than 4...

Youngsters Warm Up for Concert at Town Minster ; Fusion Youth Theatre Members Hope to Raise Cash for the Ms Society From Your Www.Grimsbytelegraph.Co.Uk/Business All the Latest News At

THEY say practice makes perfect, and that is exactly what one youth group in Grimsby is doing. The Fusion Youth Theatre Group is taking part in a concert next month to raise much-needed funds for multiple sclerosis. The group, which is based at St James' House, is taking part in the charity concert at Grimsby Minster on Saturday, March 22.

Boss Expects Tight Tussle ; Semi-Final Clash Is Too Close to Call, Insists Hurst

GRIMSBY Town boss Paul Hurst expects both sides to still be in with a chance of reaching Wembley after tomorrow's first FA Trophy Semi-Final with Cambridge. While he insists that he will be sending his side out to win the first leg at the Abbey Stadium (3pm), he says he's expecting another close encounter with the U's. Both of this season's meetings have only been won by the odd goal, with Cambridge taking the honours 1-0 in October, before Town emerged as 2-1 victors in the return fixture ju...

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