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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.


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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Piles of rubbish makes town eyesore even worse

Piles of rubbish makes town eyesore even worse

Piles of rubbish makes town eyesore even worse

20 February 2024

Piles of rubbish are making a well-known grotspot even more of an eyesore, a councillor has said.


Rusted gin trap caused horrific injuries to cat which had to be put down

Rusted gin trap caused horrific injuries to cat which had to be put down

Rusted gin trap caused horrific injuries to cat which had to be put down

20 February 2024

A cat which sustained horrific injuries after being caught in a deadly gin trap had to be put down by vets.


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.


‘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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Deer cull leads to closure of park

Deer cull leads to closure of park

Deer cull leads to closure of park

19 February 2024

A parkland is closed today due to “deer management”.


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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Wildland project could become ‘thriving ecosystem’

Wildland project could become ‘thriving ecosystem’

Wildland project could become ‘thriving ecosystem’

19 February 2024

New biodiversity rules could help a county wildland project to thrive.


‘We should focus on what we eat to have an impact on climate change’

‘We should focus on what we eat to have an impact on climate change’

‘We should focus on what we eat to have an impact on climate change’

18 February 2024

Our columnist provides food for thought when it comes to the issue of climate change.


‘Careless disposal of vapes shows no sign of abating’

‘Careless disposal of vapes shows no sign of abating’

‘Careless disposal of vapes shows no sign of abating’

17 February 2024

Rivercare leaders say the careless disposal of vapes shows no sign of abating.


Churches encourage people to consider environment during Lent

Churches encourage people to consider environment during Lent

Churches encourage people to consider environment during Lent

16 February 2024

Churches are encouraging people to consider the environment during Lent.


‘After January’s awful weather the snowdrops will make you happy’

‘After January’s awful weather the snowdrops will make you happy’

‘After January’s awful weather the snowdrops will make you happy’

16 February 2024

Spring might seem a long way away after a very wet and dreary January but visitors to a woodland will be able to enjoy early signs of what is to come.


Battle brews over gas plant construction

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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No buyer found for derelict hotel

No buyer found for derelict hotel

No buyer found for derelict hotel

15 February 2024

Hopes for a derelict eyesore have been dashed after it failed to sell at auction.

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Town toilets shut after vandalism

Town toilets shut after vandalism

Town toilets shut after vandalism

15 February 2024

Toilets have been closed in a town after a vandalism attack.


Surge in flood investigations following storms

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.


Big boost for town’s blooms

Big boost for town’s blooms

Big boost for town’s blooms

15 February 2024

A town will be bursting with colour this year thanks to a well-received whip-round.


‘The demand on pumping stations is not going away and will become even greater in time’

‘The demand on pumping stations is not going away and will become even greater in time’

‘The demand on pumping stations is not going away and will become even greater in time’

15 February 2024

Government ministers have been told about the urgent need to reform the funding for drainage boards.

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MP see hard work completed by canal society volunteers

MP see hard work completed by canal society volunteers

MP see hard work completed by canal society volunteers

14 February 2024

A canal society recently welcomed a MP to talk to volunteers.


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