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Flood alerts put in place after heavy rain

Flood alerts put in place after heavy rain

Flood alerts put in place after heavy rain

22 February 2024

A number of flood alerts have been issued as rivers are rising across the area.


£2 billion ‘not enough’ for 750,000 population, but more money not the answer to Lincolnshire healthcare woes – public health director

£2 billion ‘not enough’ for 750,000 population, but more money not the answer to Lincolnshire healthcare woes – public health director

£2 billion ‘not enough’ for 750,000 population, but more money not the answer to Lincolnshire healthcare woes – public health director

22 February 2024

The solution to Lincolnshire’s healthcare problems is not as simple as investing more money into the system, it has been claimed.

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New chief constable is officially appointed

New chief constable is officially appointed

New chief constable is officially appointed

22 February 2024

The new chief constable of Lincolnshire Police has been confirmed.


Find out which exotic animals are kept in Lincolnshire as ‘pets’

Find out which exotic animals are kept in Lincolnshire as ‘pets’

Find out which exotic animals are kept in Lincolnshire as ‘pets’

22 February 2024

Crocodiles, a lynx and honey bears are among the exotic animals which are being kept legally as pets in Lincolnshire.

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Meet the volunteer team making all the difference in life and death situations

Meet the volunteer team making all the difference in life and death situations

Meet the volunteer team making all the difference in life and death situations

22 February 2024

When it comes to searching for missing vulnerable people, professionally trained volunteers are supporting emergency services in making a difference.


Weather warning issued as heavy rain forecast

Weather warning issued as heavy rain forecast

Weather warning issued as heavy rain forecast

21 February 2024

The Met Office has warned heavy rain could cause road closures and result in communities being cut off.

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Spring budget wish list: Lincolnshire “urgently” needs support in hospitality, tourism and flood prevention

Spring budget wish list: Lincolnshire “urgently” needs support in hospitality, tourism and flood prevention

Spring budget wish list: Lincolnshire “urgently” needs support in hospitality, tourism and flood prevention

21 February 2024

Lincolnshire “urgently” needs support in hospitality and tourism sectors to boost growth, as well as Government support to prevent future flooding.

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A1 reopens after serious incident

A1 reopens after serious incident

A1 reopens after serious incident

21 February 2024

The A1 has reopened.


The outdated hospital buildings and failing equipment serving our patients

The outdated hospital buildings and failing equipment serving our patients

The outdated hospital buildings and failing equipment serving our patients

21 February 2024

Patients from Lincolnshire are being looked after in outdated hospital buildings with failing equipment, a new report has revealed.

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Serious accident closes A1

Serious accident closes A1

Serious accident closes A1

20 February 2024

Police are at the scene of a serious accident on the A1.


Around 1,500 Ukrainian refugees have moved to Lincolnshire following Russian invasion in 2022

Around 1,500 Ukrainian refugees have moved to Lincolnshire following Russian invasion in 2022

Around 1,500 Ukrainian refugees have moved to Lincolnshire following Russian invasion in 2022

20 February 2024

Lincolnshire has provided a home from home for almost 1,500 Ukrainian people since the Russian invasion in 2022.


County calls for Government to tackle sewage spills

County calls for Government to tackle sewage spills

County calls for Government to tackle sewage spills

20 February 2024

Councillors are urging the Government to tackle the thousands of reported sewage spills and storm overflows in Lincolnshire.


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

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.


‘Unprecedented’ rise in flooding means Lincolnshire ‘not out of the woods yet’

‘Unprecedented’ rise in flooding means Lincolnshire ‘not out of the woods yet’

‘Unprecedented’ rise in flooding means Lincolnshire ‘not out of the woods yet’

19 February 2024

While some are still recovering months after Storms Babet and Henk, Lincolnshire County Council warned that more flooding could soon be on the way.

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NHS trusts’ CEO to extend stay, new group chair announced

NHS trusts’ CEO to extend stay, new group chair announced

NHS trusts’ CEO to extend stay, new group chair announced

19 February 2024

A delay to the recruitment process for a new chief executive at two of Lincolnshire’s NHS trusts means the current CEO will extend his stay.

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‘We have shot ourselves in the foot by not running Christmas market’

‘We have shot ourselves in the foot by not running Christmas market’

‘We have shot ourselves in the foot by not running Christmas market’

19 February 2024

Residents and shoppers have said the cancellation of a historic Christmas market continues to see a council shoot itself in the foot a year later.


Councils spent thousands removing rats, mice, maggots and cockroaches from houses

Councils spent thousands removing rats, mice, maggots and cockroaches from houses

Councils spent thousands removing rats, mice, maggots and cockroaches from houses

19 February 2024

Removing pests such as maggots, rats and cockroaches has cost council bosses thousands of pounds, new figures have revealed.

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Near 5% policing precept increase approved

Near 5% policing precept increase approved

Near 5% policing precept increase approved

18 February 2024

The county’s Police and Crime Commissioner has seen his proposed 4.45% council tax precept increase approved by councillors.

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Puppies are adorable but training is an investment

Puppies are adorable but training is an investment

Puppies are adorable but training is an investment

18 February 2024

Investing in puppy training will pay you back in dividends, writes our animal behaviour expert.


Heavy rain forecast as weather warning issued

Heavy rain forecast as weather warning issued

Heavy rain forecast as weather warning issued

17 February 2024

The Met Office has warned heavy rain could cause flooding across the area.

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