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‘No’ to plans for 26 flats at key gateway to Grantham

25 June 2015
‘No’ to plans for 26 flats at key gateway to Grantham

‘No’ to plans for 26 flats at key gateway to Grantham

25 June 2015

Two designs for 26 apartments on the corner of Grantham’s Manthorpe Road and Lodge Way were both refused planning permission by South Kesteven District Council’s development control committee on Tuesday.


Grantham Journal Big Interview: Downtown’s success is down to employees

20 June 2015
Grantham Journal Big Interview: Downtown’s success is down to employees

Grantham Journal Big Interview: Downtown’s success is down to employees

20 June 2015

Downtown is certainly a deserving winner of Employer of the Year, being part of the Oldrids group which employs a total of 750 staff across six stores.


Candidates in by-election for Grantham Barrowby ward seat at Lincolnshire County Council

20 June 2015
Candidates in by-election for Grantham Barrowby ward seat at Lincolnshire County Council

Candidates in by-election for Grantham Barrowby ward seat at Lincolnshire County Council

20 June 2015

A by-election for the Lincolnshire County Council seat for Grantham Barrowby ward is taking place after former councillor Jo Churchill became MP in Bury St Edmunds.


Grantham’s multiplex cinema completion date rolls on to 2016

19 June 2015
Grantham’s multiplex cinema completion date rolls on to 2016

Grantham’s multiplex cinema completion date rolls on to 2016

19 June 2015

The town’s new multiplex cinema complex is now not expected to be completed until the end of next year, with negotiations still taking place between the different parties involved in the project.


Professor from Ingoldsby receives Knighthood for HIV research

18 June 2015
Professor from Ingoldsby receives Knighthood for HIV research

Professor from Ingoldsby receives Knighthood for HIV research

18 June 2015

An Ingoldsby professor has received a Knighthood in the Queen’s Birthday Honours in recognition of his pivotal role in HIV Research.


Grantham mum finds ideal job with jewellery business

17 June 2015
Grantham mum finds ideal job with jewellery business

Grantham mum finds ideal job with jewellery business

17 June 2015

A new mum has found the perfect job to enable her to look after her young sons while selling innovative jewellery.


Sun shines on Grantham’s tallest spire as ice rink is booked

17 June 2015
Sun shines on Grantham’s tallest spire as ice rink is booked

Sun shines on Grantham’s tallest spire as ice rink is booked

17 June 2015

Many will have noticed St Wulfram’s spire gradually being revealed over the past few weeks, once again making a striking sight in the sunshine.


Missing dog trapped in central reservation on A1 at Long Bennington

16 June 2015
Missing dog trapped in central reservation on A1 at Long Bennington

Missing dog trapped in central reservation on A1 at Long Bennington

16 June 2015

A missing cokerpoo puppy has been seen on the A1 taking refuge in the central reservation at Long Bennington.


Grantham Journal Big Interview: Employee of the Year Alex praises team

13 June 2015
Grantham Journal Big Interview: Employee of the Year Alex praises team

Grantham Journal Big Interview: Employee of the Year Alex praises team

13 June 2015

If Alex Wade was in any doubt over whether he was performing in his job as business development director at Mark Bates Ltd, being crowned Employee of the Year at the Journal’s Business Awards confirmed how valued he is at the specialist insurance company.


‘She was the star of the dance’ remembers Grantham husband celebrating diamond anniversary

13 June 2015
‘She was the star of the dance’ remembers Grantham husband celebrating diamond anniversary

‘She was the star of the dance’ remembers Grantham husband celebrating diamond anniversary

13 June 2015

A couple who have lived all over the world together after meeting at a dance, are celebrating their diamond wedding anniversary on Thursday.


Lincolnshire County Council takes Tesco to court over ‘mud bath’ outside Grantham store

12 June 2015
Lincolnshire County Council takes Tesco to court over ‘mud bath’ outside Grantham store

Lincolnshire County Council takes Tesco to court over ‘mud bath’ outside Grantham store

12 June 2015

Legal action is being taken by Lincolnshire County Council against Tesco after a long-running dispute over muddy verges remains unresolved.


Scammers ‘hijack’ Crimestoppers number and impersonate charity for bank details

11 June 2015
Scammers ‘hijack’ Crimestoppers number and impersonate charity for bank details

Scammers ‘hijack’ Crimestoppers number and impersonate charity for bank details

11 June 2015

Crimestoppers has been alerted to calls where scammers have been impersonating their call handlers and asking for people’s personal information, including their bank details.


Lincolnshire Police and Crime Commissioner praises force and calls for fairer funding in video report

10 June 2015
Lincolnshire Police and Crime Commissioner praises force and calls for fairer funding in video report

Lincolnshire Police and Crime Commissioner praises force and calls for fairer funding in video report

10 June 2015

Alan Hardwick, the Police and Crime Commissioner for Lincolnshire, has congratulated the force after a 2 per cent reduction in crime as part of his latest annual report.


Grantham Journal Big Interview: Businessperson of the Year Debbie Rogers of The Boutique

06 June 2015
Grantham Journal Big Interview: Businessperson of the Year Debbie Rogers of The Boutique

Grantham Journal Big Interview: Businessperson of the Year Debbie Rogers of The Boutique

06 June 2015

Businessperson of the Year Debbie Rogers earned her title by providing the personal touch to customers at The Boutique on Guildhall Street.


Granthamian standard bearer Eddie’s turn to be honoured

06 June 2015
Granthamian standard bearer Eddie’s turn to be honoured

Granthamian standard bearer Eddie’s turn to be honoured

06 June 2015

A long-standing member of the Royal Lincolnshire Regimental Association who attended hundreds of funerals with the standard, had the same honour paid to him at his funeral this week.


Memory Lane: Reporter Beryl’s wartime memories of the Grantham Journal

06 June 2015
Memory Lane: Reporter Beryl’s wartime memories of the Grantham Journal

Memory Lane: Reporter Beryl’s wartime memories of the Grantham Journal

06 June 2015

With the demolition of the former Grantham Journal offices, we asked you to get in touch with your memories of the place.


Centre planned at school responds to ‘significant rise’ in Grantham’s multi-lingual population

05 June 2015
Centre planned at school responds to ‘significant rise’ in Grantham’s multi-lingual population

Centre planned at school responds to ‘significant rise’ in Grantham’s multi-lingual population

05 June 2015

A Grantham academy has proposed to build a ‘European Centre’, car park and pedestrian access.


Grantham woman saw A52 crash involving her sister, dad and baby niece

04 June 2015
Grantham woman saw A52 crash involving her sister, dad and baby niece

Grantham woman saw A52 crash involving her sister, dad and baby niece

04 June 2015

A young woman has described the horrific moment when she looked in her rear view mirror and realised her family following behind had been involved in a serious crash.


Radiologist shortage blamed for missing cancer referral target at United Lincolnshire Hospitals NHS Trust

03 June 2015
Radiologist shortage blamed for missing cancer referral target at United Lincolnshire Hospitals NHS Trust

Radiologist shortage blamed for missing cancer referral target at United Lincolnshire Hospitals NHS Trust

03 June 2015

In the first three months of this year, the United Lincolnshire Hospitals NHS Trust has missed a national target to see 93 per cent of suspected cancer patients within 14 days.


Campaign against Gorse Lane quarry near Denton steps up as plans are submitted

03 June 2015
Campaign against Gorse Lane quarry near Denton steps up as plans are submitted

Campaign against Gorse Lane quarry near Denton steps up as plans are submitted

03 June 2015

With the submission of an application for a limestone quarry north of Gorse Lane, surrounding residents are stepping up their opposition to the plans following months of research and fund-raising.


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