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After spending 118 years at offices located in Cleethorpe Road, Grimsby, Grimsby Telegraph moved to new offices in October 2015, on the first floor of Heritage House on Fisherman's Wharf – next to Grimsby Fishing Heritage Centre.

As part of a Trinity Mirror restructure, Neil Hodgkinson, editor of the Hull Daily Mail, was promoted to Editor-in-chief in February 2016 for Humber and Lincolnshire regions, overseeing the Grimsby Telegraph, Scunthorpe Telegraph and Lincolnshire Echo as well as the Mail.

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A few miles to the south of us lies the gorgeous market town of Louth, offering a couple of small supermarkets and a wide variety of independent shops and services, as well as numerous cafes, restaurants, bars and pubs.

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The Grimsby Telegraph is a daily British regional newspaper for the town of Grimsby and the surrounding area that makes up North East Lincolnshire including the rural towns of Market Rasen and Louth.

The main area for the paper's distribution is in or around Grimsby and Cleethorpes.

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Back in 1984, David Landau bought a copy of Secondamano, an Italian print publication, at Milan Airport on his way back to London.

It was a free-adverts magazine which at the time was an unknown concept in Britain.

Junior reporter Clare Henderson for the newspaper discovered hours before the official announcement that Norman Lamont was resigning as Chancellor of the Exchequer after his mother, who lived in Grimsby had been told by her son he was quitting, beating the country's top political journalists and Fleet Street's finest.