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More dodgy drivers being reported

09 March 2023
More dodgy drivers being reported

More dodgy drivers being reported

09 March 2023

A scheme which allows drivers to report fellow motorists’ with dashcam footage has had a sharp increase in submissions.


Housing and business plan set to be approved

25 February 2023
Housing and business plan set to be approved

Housing and business plan set to be approved

25 February 2023

A housing and business plan, previously described as 'madness' due to a lack of parking will be considered again.


Leisure centre left in awful state

25 February 2023
Leisure centre left in awful state

Leisure centre left in awful state

25 February 2023

A councillor has taken a swipe at the ‘awful’ state of the Deepings Leisure Centre.


Retirement facility could get go-ahead despite concerns

22 February 2023
Retirement facility could get go-ahead despite concerns

Retirement facility could get go-ahead despite concerns

22 February 2023

Plans for 41 retirement homes are up for approval despite concerns being raised.


Council agrees to scrap popular Christmas market

21 February 2023
Council agrees to scrap popular Christmas market

Council agrees to scrap popular Christmas market

21 February 2023

Leaders agreed to scrap the popular Lincoln Christmas Market over safety fears due to overcrowding.

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Popular Christmas market scrapped

21 February 2023
Popular Christmas market scrapped

Popular Christmas market scrapped

21 February 2023

A Christmas market has been scrapped as a result of overcrowding.

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Council agrees to scrap popular Christmas market

21 February 2023
Council agrees to scrap popular Christmas market

Council agrees to scrap popular Christmas market

21 February 2023

City of Lincoln Council leaders agreed to scrap the popular Lincoln Christmas Market over safety fears due to overcrowding.


Police rescue 44 young people from drug gang

18 February 2023
Police rescue 44 young people from drug gang

Police rescue 44 young people from drug gang

18 February 2023

Lincolnshire Police has rescued 44 young people involved in drug dealing over the past five years, including five 14-year-olds.


County council votes in favour of 4.99% rise in council tax

17 February 2023
County council votes in favour of 4.99% rise in council tax

County council votes in favour of 4.99% rise in council tax

17 February 2023

Lincolnshire County Council will raise council tax by the full amount of 4.99% after its budget was passed today (Friday).


Plans for one-way High Street shelved until relief road completed

17 February 2023
Plans for one-way High Street shelved until relief road completed

Plans for one-way High Street shelved until relief road completed

17 February 2023

A bid to encourage active travel and cycling in Grantham will not happen until after the town’s bypass is completed.

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County council votes for 4.99% council tax rise

17 February 2023
County council votes for 4.99% council tax rise

County council votes for 4.99% council tax rise

17 February 2023

Lincolnshire County Council will raise council tax by the full amount of 4.99% after its budget was passed today (Friday).


County council votes in favour of 4.99% rise in council tax

17 February 2023
County council votes in favour of 4.99% rise in council tax

County council votes in favour of 4.99% rise in council tax

17 February 2023

Lincolnshire County Council will raise council tax by the full amount of 4.99% after its budget was passed today (Friday).


Ambulance service to take over contract for Non-Emergency Patient Transport at county hospitals

17 February 2023
Ambulance service to take over contract for Non-Emergency Patient Transport at county hospitals

Ambulance service to take over contract for Non-Emergency Patient Transport at county hospitals

17 February 2023

The East Midlands Ambulance Service is to take over the contract later this year.


More than 8,000 people waited longer than 52 weeks for treatment by end of 2022 in county Hospitals

16 February 2023
More than 8,000 people waited longer than 52 weeks for treatment by end of 2022 in county Hospitals

More than 8,000 people waited longer than 52 weeks for treatment by end of 2022 in county Hospitals

16 February 2023

It has been revealed how many people were on waiting lists for treatment at county hospitals at the end of last year.


More than 300,000 given autumn Covid-19 boosters

15 February 2023
More than 300,000 given autumn Covid-19 boosters

More than 300,000 given autumn Covid-19 boosters

15 February 2023

More than 300,000 people were given an autumn booster vaccination for C-19 over the winter in the county.


More than 300,000 given Covid-19 boosters in county over autumn

15 February 2023
More than 300,000 given Covid-19 boosters in county over autumn

More than 300,000 given Covid-19 boosters in county over autumn

15 February 2023

More than 300,000 people were given an autumn booster vaccination for C-19 over the winter period in the county.


Police force rescues young people involved in drug dealing

13 February 2023
Police force rescues young people involved in drug dealing

Police force rescues young people involved in drug dealing

13 February 2023

New figures have revealed how many young people a police force has rescued from drug dealing.


Police force rescues young people involved in drug dealing

13 February 2023
Police force rescues young people involved in drug dealing

Police force rescues young people involved in drug dealing

13 February 2023

New figures have revealed how many young people a police force has rescued from drug dealing.


Council leaders approve highest rise possible in council tax

07 February 2023
Council leaders approve highest rise possible in council tax

Council leaders approve highest rise possible in council tax

07 February 2023

South Kesteven District Council leaders have approved a £5 increase in council tax – the highest amount possible - for band D properties.


Plan to add pedestrian crossing to main road

07 February 2023
Plan to add pedestrian crossing to main road

Plan to add pedestrian crossing to main road

07 February 2023

A £100,000 spend to install a puffin crossing on the A15 is among a series of highways works set to be approved by councillors next week.


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