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Music academy on the path for a harmonious expansion

27 February 2024
Music academy on the path for a harmonious expansion

Music academy on the path for a harmonious expansion

27 February 2024

A music school has announced a significant expansion to meet the burgeoning demand for music education in the county.


‘I was so unhappy and didn’t have any way of expressing myself – until I became a drag queen’

23 February 2024
‘I was so unhappy and didn’t have any way of expressing myself – until I became a drag queen’

‘I was so unhappy and didn’t have any way of expressing myself – until I became a drag queen’

23 February 2024

In a world not always ready for the neurodivergent, a drag queen, living with autism, has spilled the tea on how art became his language.


Memorial bench pays tribute to beloved colleague who told customers ‘mind how you go’

23 February 2024
Memorial bench pays tribute to beloved colleague who told customers ‘mind how you go’

Memorial bench pays tribute to beloved colleague who told customers ‘mind how you go’

23 February 2024

A supermarket stalwart has been memorialised with a new bench.


Staff’s support gives mum with dysphagia ‘hope for the future’

22 February 2024
Staff’s support gives mum with dysphagia ‘hope for the future’

Staff’s support gives mum with dysphagia ‘hope for the future’

22 February 2024

Staff at an opticians have launched an initiative to aid a colleague's daughter.


Cannabis raid leads to man, 60, being arrested

20 February 2024
Cannabis raid leads to man, 60, being arrested

Cannabis raid leads to man, 60, being arrested

20 February 2024

Police have arrested a 60-year-old man on suspicion of cultivating cannabis.


Drummer hits European stages with King Zepha band

20 February 2024
Drummer hits European stages with King Zepha band

Drummer hits European stages with King Zepha band

20 February 2024

From local gigs to the international stage, a drummer has set off on his inaugural European tour with a renowned northern sound band.


Patient meets first responder to say ‘thank you for saving my life’

20 February 2024
Patient meets first responder to say ‘thank you for saving my life’

Patient meets first responder to say ‘thank you for saving my life’

20 February 2024

A patient who found himself in the throes of a seizure has been able to meet the first responder who helped save his life.


Experience the charisma and talent of Baga Chipz live on stage

19 February 2024
Experience the charisma and talent of Baga Chipz live on stage

Experience the charisma and talent of Baga Chipz live on stage

19 February 2024

From the hallowed halls of RuPaul's Drag Race UK to the bright lights of the stage, a TV drag icon is being welcomed to town.


Platform for women entrepreneurs to connect and thrive

17 February 2024
Platform for women entrepreneurs to connect and thrive

Platform for women entrepreneurs to connect and thrive

17 February 2024

New events will aim to bring together women in business or those embarking on entrepreneurial ventures.


Battle brews over gas plant construction

16 February 2024
Battle brews over gas plant construction

Battle brews over gas plant construction

16 February 2024

Campaigners who object to the scale and location of a proposed gas manufacturing plant are rallying support for their petition.

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‘Our son Austin has the heart of a warrior’

16 February 2024
‘Our son Austin has the heart of a warrior’

‘Our son Austin has the heart of a warrior’

16 February 2024

Eight-year-old Austin Johnston is a "livewire" but in his short life he’s had a tough journey as he was born with a congenital heart defect.


60 years in prison as £1 million drug trafficking operation busted

15 February 2024
60 years in prison as £1 million drug trafficking operation busted

60 years in prison as £1 million drug trafficking operation busted

15 February 2024

Six men have been sentenced to 60 years in prison after a drug trafficking operation that funnelled at least £1 million worth of cocaine into a town.

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Council accused of delaying compensation for abuse survivors

15 February 2024
Council accused of delaying compensation for abuse survivors

Council accused of delaying compensation for abuse survivors

15 February 2024

A council has been accused of delaying compensation payments to survivors of abuse at a school.


Surge in flood investigations following storms

15 February 2024
Surge in flood investigations following storms

Surge in flood investigations following storms

15 February 2024

There’s been a significant increase in the number of ongoing flood investigations in the county – find out how your district fares.


Business fuels growth with £2 million investment in 10 new oil tankers

15 February 2024
Business fuels growth with £2 million investment in 10 new oil tankers

Business fuels growth with £2 million investment in 10 new oil tankers

15 February 2024

A company has purchased its 100th tanker for delivering oil to homes and businesses.


Do you heart this aerobatics manoeuvre?

14 February 2024
Do you heart this aerobatics manoeuvre?

Do you heart this aerobatics manoeuvre?

14 February 2024

The Royal Air Force has shared photos of Lincolnshire's aerobatics team's most romantic moves to celebrate Valentine’s Day.


‘Exciting reopening plans and refurbishment’ planned for town pub

14 February 2024
‘Exciting reopening plans and refurbishment’ planned for town pub

‘Exciting reopening plans and refurbishment’ planned for town pub

14 February 2024

A town centre pub has been taken over by new owners.


£500,000 of roadworks to address deterioration

14 February 2024
£500,000 of roadworks to address deterioration

£500,000 of roadworks to address deterioration

14 February 2024

Motorists on the A17 are being warned that a £500,000 road maintenance project is set to begin next week.


‘Food waste collections will go down like a lead weight - we’re only just getting used to purple bins’

14 February 2024
‘Food waste collections will go down like a lead weight - we’re only just getting used to purple bins’

‘Food waste collections will go down like a lead weight - we’re only just getting used to purple bins’

14 February 2024

Councillors have said taxpayers should not face the burden of a government-mandated food collection waste service.

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Councillor stands against abuse in politics

13 February 2024
Councillor stands against abuse in politics

Councillor stands against abuse in politics

13 February 2024

A Lincolnshire councillor has backed a campaign to tackle the growing issue of abuse and intimidation faced by local politicians.

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