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Council divided over £60,000 A1 verge cleanup allocation

Council divided over £60,000 A1 verge cleanup allocation

Council divided over £60,000 A1 verge cleanup allocation

01 March 2024

Opposition councillors have forced leaders to allocate £60,000 towards cleaning the A1 but voted against the budget when push came to shove.

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£250k Lottery grant to help heritage sites

£250k Lottery grant to help heritage sites

£250k Lottery grant to help heritage sites

29 February 2024

A heritage project has been awarded a £250,000 Lottery grant to help young people understand the county’s past.


Council apologises to some for bin rejections amid recycling scheme rollout

Council apologises to some for bin rejections amid recycling scheme rollout

Council apologises to some for bin rejections amid recycling scheme rollout

29 February 2024

Council leaders have issued apologies to some residents affected by recent bin collection issues, but condemned abusive behaviour towards staff.

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An outstanding welcome at award-winner which earns its accolade

An outstanding welcome at award-winner which earns its accolade

An outstanding welcome at award-winner which earns its accolade

29 February 2024

We took a trip to a good value village pub fresh from its latest recognition in the Michelin guide to see what all the fuss was about.


Government minister Michael Gove: ‘Residents need an apology over bingate’

Government minister Michael Gove: ‘Residents need an apology over bingate’

Government minister Michael Gove: ‘Residents need an apology over bingate’

29 February 2024

A government minister has stepped in to call on council leaders to apologise over issues introducing a new recycling regime, dubbed "bingate.”

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Builders’ merchant closes branch

Builders’ merchant closes branch

Builders’ merchant closes branch

28 February 2024

A builders’ merchants has closed its doors in town.

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Residents urged to contribute to vision for 2041

Residents urged to contribute to vision for 2041

Residents urged to contribute to vision for 2041

28 February 2024

Residents are being urged to participate in shaping the district's future through a comprehensive consultation process on the Local Plan.


Motion targets solar farm growth

Motion targets solar farm growth

Motion targets solar farm growth

27 February 2024

A council will be asked to confront the escalating expansion of solar farm developments within the region at a meeting this week.

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Fitness fanatics put in the hours for a good cause

Fitness fanatics put in the hours for a good cause

Fitness fanatics put in the hours for a good cause

27 February 2024

Fitness fanatics were put through their paces to raise money for a counselling service.


What might happen if Rutland Water dam burst?

What might happen if Rutland Water dam burst?

What might happen if Rutland Water dam burst?

27 February 2024

Experts have mapped out a scenario we hope would never arise.


Jail for provisional licence holder who caused death by dangerous driving with cannabis in system

Jail for provisional licence holder who caused death by dangerous driving with cannabis in system

Jail for provisional licence holder who caused death by dangerous driving with cannabis in system

26 February 2024

A man who pleaded guilty to causing death by dangerous driving has been jailed for 10 years.


Award-winning coach says teaching is a privilege

Award-winning coach says teaching is a privilege

Award-winning coach says teaching is a privilege

26 February 2024

A golfer has been named as one of the top children’s coaches in the world.


Police warning about thefts

Police warning about thefts

Police warning about thefts

25 February 2024

A warning has been given by police about reports of suspicious activity and thefts of items from vehicles.


A trip down memory lane

A trip down memory lane

A trip down memory lane

25 February 2024

A surprise for a crisp fan and children taking part in a mini skills competition are among the stories in this week’s trip down memory lane.


Blond-haired Harry brings big smiles

Blond-haired Harry brings big smiles

Blond-haired Harry brings big smiles

25 February 2024

A miniature horse called Harry made sure there were no long faces to be seen.


‘Our history is the shared bond that connects generations across our community’

‘Our history is the shared bond that connects generations across our community’

‘Our history is the shared bond that connects generations across our community’

24 February 2024

An MP has reflected on the importance of independent retailers during National Storytelling Week.

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What help is available if you’re struggling with your energy bills

What help is available if you’re struggling with your energy bills

What help is available if you’re struggling with your energy bills

24 February 2024

Citizens Advice South Lincolnshire advises on what help is available if you’re struggling to pay your bills.


Council bins policy of rejecting ‘contaminated’ recycling

Council bins policy of rejecting ‘contaminated’ recycling

Council bins policy of rejecting ‘contaminated’ recycling

21 February 2024

Wheelie bins will be emptied by a council, even if residents put the wrong rubbish inside.

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‘A vicar is needed to bring our community together – and I only go to church on holidays’

‘A vicar is needed to bring our community together – and I only go to church on holidays’

‘A vicar is needed to bring our community together – and I only go to church on holidays’

21 February 2024

A villager is calling for a full-time vicar and says he would fundraise to cover their salary, even though he admits to not being overly religious.

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‘Expansion will future-proof car parking’

‘Expansion will future-proof car parking’

‘Expansion will future-proof car parking’

21 February 2024

A car park will be expanded to keep up with demand while in another town spaces are proving ‘a financial burden’.

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