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Medical emergency and fire shut two waste recycling centres

Medical emergency and fire shut two waste recycling centres

Medical emergency and fire shut two waste recycling centres

30 March 2024

Two recycling centres were shut this afternoon - due to a medical emergency and fire.


Construction for £12 million leisure centre reaches important milestone as summer opening nears

Construction for £12 million leisure centre reaches important milestone as summer opening nears

Construction for £12 million leisure centre reaches important milestone as summer opening nears

26 March 2024

Construction of a town’s new leisure centre has reached an important milestone as it enters its final stages of completion.


County council’s £1.5m building investment to give home to vulnerable children

County council’s £1.5m building investment to give home to vulnerable children

County council’s £1.5m building investment to give home to vulnerable children

22 March 2024

Two new children’s homes will provide a safe environment for youngsters after a £1.5 million council investment


87-mile, 420-pylon network only long-term solution to bring down bills, say National Grid

87-mile, 420-pylon network only long-term solution to bring down bills, say National Grid

87-mile, 420-pylon network only long-term solution to bring down bills, say National Grid

18 March 2024

National Grid claims an 87-mile, 420-pylon electricity network through Lincolnshire’s countryside is the only long-term solution to bring down bills.


‘I was so ill and felt like nobody was listening to me!’ Almost half of cancer patients waiting 2 months for first treatment

‘I was so ill and felt like nobody was listening to me!’ Almost half of cancer patients waiting 2 months for first treatment

‘I was so ill and felt like nobody was listening to me!’ Almost half of cancer patients waiting 2 months for first treatment

18 March 2024

NHS data shows Lincolnshire’s hospitals are below national averages for cancer treatment metrics.

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Thousands object to ‘biggest and ugliest plans’ to place pylons along Lincolnshire coast

Thousands object to ‘biggest and ugliest plans’ to place pylons along Lincolnshire coast

Thousands object to ‘biggest and ugliest plans’ to place pylons along Lincolnshire coast

13 March 2024

Residents in Lincolnshire are digging their heels in opposition to National Grid proposals for 420 electricity pylons across the coastal landscape.

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‘Pylons present a serious risk to the emergency services’

‘Pylons present a serious risk to the emergency services’

‘Pylons present a serious risk to the emergency services’

12 March 2024

Pylons could pose a ‘serious risk’ to the operation of the county’s emergency services, says the police and crime commissioner.

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‘Pylon plan shows we’re becoming a dumping ground’

‘Pylon plan shows we’re becoming a dumping ground’

‘Pylon plan shows we’re becoming a dumping ground’

12 March 2024

Our area is becoming a 'back yard dumping ground’ for energy projects to support the south east of the country, it has been claimed

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Lincolnshire pylon plan will take up ‘26 square miles’ of land, say campaigners

Lincolnshire pylon plan will take up ‘26 square miles’ of land, say campaigners

Lincolnshire pylon plan will take up ‘26 square miles’ of land, say campaigners

12 March 2024

Campaign group No Pylons Lincolnshire has been analysing information to assess the impact of placing pylons through the county.

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Rare 1930s arcade games expected to fetch £20,000 at auction

Rare 1930s arcade games expected to fetch £20,000 at auction

Rare 1930s arcade games expected to fetch £20,000 at auction

11 March 2024

A collection of rare 1930s arcade games and penny slot machines which were saved from destruction after decimalisation are set to sell for £20,000.


100-acre Lincolnshire Wolds cycle park plans narrowly passed, but campaigners say public’s wishes have ‘fallen on deaf ears’

100-acre Lincolnshire Wolds cycle park plans narrowly passed, but campaigners say public’s wishes have ‘fallen on deaf ears’

100-acre Lincolnshire Wolds cycle park plans narrowly passed, but campaigners say public’s wishes have ‘fallen on deaf ears’

08 March 2024

Steps to convert a 100-acre section of the Lincolnshire Wolds into a dedicated cycle park have been narrowly approved, despite public opposition.


Battle to stop oil drilling in Lincolnshire Wolds heading to the High Court

Battle to stop oil drilling in Lincolnshire Wolds heading to the High Court

Battle to stop oil drilling in Lincolnshire Wolds heading to the High Court

07 March 2024

The ongoing battle over oil drilling in the Lincolnshire Wolds is set to escalate as it heads to the High Court.


Council could take National Grid to court over pylon consultation

Council could take National Grid to court over pylon consultation

Council could take National Grid to court over pylon consultation

06 March 2024

A council is looking into taking National the Grid to court over the way it’s been consulting the public on a huge pylon scheme.

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Dozens more objections against controversial cycle park

Dozens more objections against controversial cycle park

Dozens more objections against controversial cycle park

29 February 2024

A controversial cycle park will again be discussed by a council after dozens more objections and amended proposals.

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Community campaign given ‘fighting chance’ as council approves appeal

Community campaign given ‘fighting chance’ as council approves appeal

Community campaign given ‘fighting chance’ as council approves appeal

23 February 2024

A campaign group has reached a vital milestone in its fight to save a community hub thanks to help from a law firm.


Champion sheep breeder sets alight to flock's fleeces in protest at wool price

Champion sheep breeder sets alight to flock's fleeces in protest at wool price

Champion sheep breeder sets alight to flock's fleeces in protest at wool price

14 February 2024

A champion sheep breeder has told how she set alight all the fleeces from her prized flock in protest at the measly price of wool in Britain.


Asda announces plans for express stores in county

Asda announces plans for express stores in county

Asda announces plans for express stores in county

06 February 2024

A supermarket has announced it will open 110 express stores this month.

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Community projects handed share of almost £2 million funding

Community projects handed share of almost £2 million funding

Community projects handed share of almost £2 million funding

05 February 2024

Community projects in South Holland will receive their share of £2 million.


How did he get stuck in there?

How did he get stuck in there?

How did he get stuck in there?

01 February 2024

A hapless deer needed rescuing by the RSPCA and firefighters after getting wedged upside down in between two houses.


Man denies having sex with child

Man denies having sex with child

Man denies having sex with child

29 January 2024

A man has denied charges of having sex with a child.


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