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Retail chain eyes former library site

Retail chain eyes former library site

Retail chain eyes former library site

19 April 2024

A well-known retailer could be eyeing up for a former library site to open a new branch.


Wardens praised for ‘excellent job’ in handing out nearly 300 fines

Wardens praised for ‘excellent job’ in handing out nearly 300 fines

Wardens praised for ‘excellent job’ in handing out nearly 300 fines

19 April 2024

Council bosses say that enviro-crime wardens are doing an ‘excellent job’ – despite only 38 fines being handed out for fly-tipping.


Road to close to find cause of sink hole

Road to close to find cause of sink hole

Road to close to find cause of sink hole

19 April 2024

A town road which is plagued by a sink hole is going to be shut for two days next week.

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Residents kick up a stink due to uncollected dog poo

Residents kick up a stink due to uncollected dog poo

Residents kick up a stink due to uncollected dog poo

19 April 2024

Residents are being forced to kick up a stink due to dog poo bins being filled to the brim.

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Funding to protect town museum with CCTV

Funding to protect town museum with CCTV

Funding to protect town museum with CCTV

19 April 2024

CCTV cameras could be installed to protect a town museum from anti-social behaviour and crime.

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Towns tsar: ‘This really is a big opportunity and I would encourage people to step forward with their ideas’

Towns tsar: ‘This really is a big opportunity and I would encourage people to step forward with their ideas’

Towns tsar: ‘This really is a big opportunity and I would encourage people to step forward with their ideas’

18 April 2024

The man who has been charged with turning around ‘left behind towns’ in a national project has visited the area.

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Trap recovered during illegal angling clamp down

Trap recovered during illegal angling clamp down

Trap recovered during illegal angling clamp down

18 April 2024

Police took part in an operation to clamp down on illegal angling in the area.

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Inquest opens into death of prison officer

Inquest opens into death of prison officer

Inquest opens into death of prison officer

18 April 2024

An inquest has opened into the death of a prison officer.


Busy road will be shut for four days

Busy road will be shut for four days

Busy road will be shut for four days

18 April 2024

Part of a busy road will be shut for four days due to sewer works.


Shoplifter got more than he bargained for after attacking store manager with joint of meat

Shoplifter got more than he bargained for after attacking store manager with joint of meat

Shoplifter got more than he bargained for after attacking store manager with joint of meat

17 April 2024

A shoplifter who used a joint of meat to assault a store manager will discover his fate later this week.


Children’s home to become school despite road safety concerns

Children’s home to become school despite road safety concerns

Children’s home to become school despite road safety concerns

17 April 2024

A children’s home will be converted into a school – despite road safety concerns raised by residents.


£7 billion giant offshore wind farm takes step closer to construction

£7 billion giant offshore wind farm takes step closer to construction

£7 billion giant offshore wind farm takes step closer to construction

16 April 2024

A £7 billion giant offshore wind farm that will connect to the National Grid via cables through Lincolnshire has taken a large step forward.


Police investigate after equipment is stolen from leisure centre site

Police investigate after equipment is stolen from leisure centre site

Police investigate after equipment is stolen from leisure centre site

16 April 2024

Police are investigating after equipment worth more than £400 has been stolen from a leisure centre.

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MP confirms that he is standing again - but is braced for ‘tough election’

MP confirms that he is standing again - but is braced for ‘tough election’

MP confirms that he is standing again - but is braced for ‘tough election’

16 April 2024

MP Sir John Hayes has confirmed that he will be standing in the next General Election – but accepts that a ‘tough election’ awaits his party.

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‘At some stage something has to be built on this site’

‘At some stage something has to be built on this site’

‘At some stage something has to be built on this site’

16 April 2024

The people behind a bid to convert a ‘blot on the landscape’ into a care home have been told to go back to the drawing board.

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Two vehicle collision reported on A16

Two vehicle collision reported on A16

Two vehicle collision reported on A16

16 April 2024

Emergency services were called to a crash on the A16.


Education chiefs promise that there are ‘sufficient’ school places to cope with 200 homes

Education chiefs promise that there are ‘sufficient’ school places to cope with 200 homes

Education chiefs promise that there are ‘sufficient’ school places to cope with 200 homes

16 April 2024

Education chiefs insist there are ‘sufficient school places’ to cope with 200 new homes in two areas - despite concerns raised by residents.


Highways say sink hole road is ‘safe’ as further investigations launched into dip

Highways say sink hole road is ‘safe’ as further investigations launched into dip

Highways say sink hole road is ‘safe’ as further investigations launched into dip

15 April 2024

Highways commission further surveys after a significant dip has returned in a busy road.


‘My son is denied access to a drug which could restore his sight because of where we live’

‘My son is denied access to a drug which could restore his sight because of where we live’

‘My son is denied access to a drug which could restore his sight because of where we live’

15 April 2024

The family of a teenage motorcyclist who was robbed of his sight by a rare condition are fighting for fair access to revolutionary medication.


School launches fundraiser to buy new minibus

School launches fundraiser to buy new minibus

School launches fundraiser to buy new minibus

13 April 2024

A school which looks after children with special educational needs is fundraising to buy a new minibus.


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