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Work on leisure complex’s £26 million makeover could begin later this year

Work on leisure complex’s £26 million makeover could begin later this year

Work on leisure complex’s £26 million makeover could begin later this year

28 May 2024

Construction work give Spalding’s Castle Sports Complex its £26 million makeover could begin this year, it can be revealed.

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Hospital treating dementia sufferer like ‘piece of meat’, say family

Hospital treating dementia sufferer like ‘piece of meat’, say family

Hospital treating dementia sufferer like ‘piece of meat’, say family

28 May 2024

Family members say their elderly father is being treated ‘like a piece of meat’ while he recovers in hospital.


Residents without NHS dentists paying up to almost nine times as much for treatment

Residents without NHS dentists paying up to almost nine times as much for treatment

Residents without NHS dentists paying up to almost nine times as much for treatment

27 May 2024

Residents without NHS dentist can pay up to almost nine times as much for treatment, it can be revealed.

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£6 million investment to build sports hall, college campus and affordable homes

£6 million investment to build sports hall, college campus and affordable homes

£6 million investment to build sports hall, college campus and affordable homes

27 May 2024

A new sports hall, college campus and affordable homes will be built thanks to a £6 million cash injection.


Adrian conquers nerves and arthritis to scale Snowdon

Adrian conquers nerves and arthritis to scale Snowdon

Adrian conquers nerves and arthritis to scale Snowdon

24 May 2024

A former soldier had two reasons to celebrate after conquering Mount Snowdon and passing the £30,000 fundraising mark for an armed forces charity.


‘They just look at you and think you’re fine - the system is broken’ Crash victims call for benefits system overhaul

‘They just look at you and think you’re fine - the system is broken’ Crash victims call for benefits system overhaul

‘They just look at you and think you’re fine - the system is broken’ Crash victims call for benefits system overhaul

24 May 2024

A family is calling for an overhaul of the government’s benefits system after struggling to access help following a car crash.


“You can’t please everybody!” Leader’s vow on sports complex plans

“You can’t please everybody!” Leader’s vow on sports complex plans

“You can’t please everybody!” Leader’s vow on sports complex plans

23 May 2024

The £26 million makeover of the Castle Sports Complex aims to bring vital health boosts to the wider community — but won’t please every critic.

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Cow burp research could settle stomach issues in humans

Cow burp research could settle stomach issues in humans

Cow burp research could settle stomach issues in humans

22 May 2024

Research that helped to cut the amount of burping in cows could be used to help tackle stomach conditions in humans.


How ‘lifeline’ hobby helped loving wife and dementia patient husband find joy amid ‘nightmare’ condition

How ‘lifeline’ hobby helped loving wife and dementia patient husband find joy amid ‘nightmare’ condition

How ‘lifeline’ hobby helped loving wife and dementia patient husband find joy amid ‘nightmare’ condition

22 May 2024

A loving wife who became her husband's carer after he was diagnosed with dementia said her new hobby became their lifeline.


Bereaved fathers stop off at community centre to give talk about their fundraising

Bereaved fathers stop off at community centre to give talk about their fundraising

Bereaved fathers stop off at community centre to give talk about their fundraising

20 May 2024

Three bereaved fathers are spreading awareness about suicide in young people as they continue their 500 mile walk.


Former soldier who was on life support heads on the march to thank the NHS

Former soldier who was on life support heads on the march to thank the NHS

Former soldier who was on life support heads on the march to thank the NHS

20 May 2024

A former soldier who ended up on life support is set to say thank you for his treatment by walking almost the entire length of the county.


'I pay tribute to those who provide vital care and attention for those living with dementia'

'I pay tribute to those who provide vital care and attention for those living with dementia'

'I pay tribute to those who provide vital care and attention for those living with dementia'

19 May 2024

An MP talks about the importance of dementia awareness.


‘Midwives build a relationship with women and families, from start to finish’

‘Midwives build a relationship with women and families, from start to finish’

‘Midwives build a relationship with women and families, from start to finish’

18 May 2024

A ULHT midwife talks of her love for the job.


Dangers of drug use presented to teenagers

Dangers of drug use presented to teenagers

Dangers of drug use presented to teenagers

17 May 2024

Teenagers have been taught about the dangers of recreational drugs.


GP patients hit with parking fines

GP patients hit with parking fines

GP patients hit with parking fines

17 May 2024

Parking procedures at a GP surgery have been labelled ‘an absolute scandal’ after a patient was fined twice.

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‘Bouncing boobs’ take on marathon challenge

‘Bouncing boobs’ take on marathon challenge

‘Bouncing boobs’ take on marathon challenge

16 May 2024

Inflatable boob costumes will be adding an extra dimension to a marathon challenge being taken on by four friends.


Our GP service is ‘not viable’ and heading to the ‘abyss’ according to expert

Our GP service is ‘not viable’ and heading to the ‘abyss’ according to expert

Our GP service is ‘not viable’ and heading to the ‘abyss’ according to expert

16 May 2024

Our area faces a healthcare crisis that could push the strained GP sector into the abyss if more money isn’t made available, an expert has warned.


‘They restarted my heart mid-air and saved my life - I owed them one’

‘They restarted my heart mid-air and saved my life - I owed them one’

‘They restarted my heart mid-air and saved my life - I owed them one’

16 May 2024

A financial planner turned photographer used his hobby to raise funds for an emergency service that saved his life.


The children’s meals with the highest salt content revealed

The children’s meals with the highest salt content revealed

The children’s meals with the highest salt content revealed

15 May 2024

More than a third of children’s meals sold in restaurants exceed government maximum salt targets says a new report studying more than 20 eateries.


New town health clinic opens as part of research programme

New town health clinic opens as part of research programme

New town health clinic opens as part of research programme

15 May 2024

A new health clinic will be opening at a town site today as part of a national research study.


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