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Daniel Jaines, Local Democracy Reporter

Lateral flow testing sites to wind down

14 May 2021
Lateral flow testing sites to wind down

Lateral flow testing sites to wind down

14 May 2021

Lateral flow testing sites for Covid-19 will begin winding down as health bosses urge people to go to their local pharmacists or order online instead.


Tory re-elected as Lincolnshire Police and Crime Commissioner

08 May 2021
Tory re-elected as Lincolnshire Police and Crime Commissioner

Tory re-elected as Lincolnshire Police and Crime Commissioner

08 May 2021

Conservative Marc Jones has been re-elected to the Lincolnshire Police and Crime Commissioner role.


Lincolnshire County Council election results: Tories retain control

07 May 2021
Lincolnshire County Council election results: Tories retain control

Lincolnshire County Council election results: Tories retain control

07 May 2021

The leader of Lincolnshire County Council said the result was a "resounding success" for the Tory party, which retained overall control.


Lincolnshire has 3rd highest vaccination rate in country

27 April 2021
Lincolnshire has 3rd highest vaccination rate in country

Lincolnshire has 3rd highest vaccination rate in country

27 April 2021

Lincolnshire has the third highest vaccination rate in the country, as NHS bosses open up jabs to those aged 42 and over.


How safe is going out to vote on May 6?

26 April 2021
How safe is going out to vote on May 6?

How safe is going out to vote on May 6?

26 April 2021

Thousands of items of personal protection equipment are being stored at councils across Lincolnshire to prepare for local elections.


People urged to not go 'too far' following incident at Stamford Meadows

20 April 2021
People urged to not go 'too far' following incident at Stamford Meadows

People urged to not go 'too far' following incident at Stamford Meadows

20 April 2021

Health bosses said they understand people need to “blow off steam” after being cooped up over the past year, but urged them not to go “too far”.


Council ordered to pay £250 to likely victim of human trafficking

30 March 2021
Council ordered to pay £250 to likely victim of human trafficking

Council ordered to pay £250 to likely victim of human trafficking

30 March 2021

Lincolnshire County Council has been told to pay £250 to a “likely victim of human trafficking” after failing to follow national guidance.


Reassurances over vaccine supply

18 March 2021
Reassurances over vaccine supply

Reassurances over vaccine supply

18 March 2021

Health bosses in Lincolnshire said there will be enough vaccine doses to cover the first phase of the Government’s rollout.


Major development in Stamford looks set to be approved

09 March 2021
Major development in Stamford looks set to be approved

Major development in Stamford looks set to be approved

09 March 2021

Members of South Kesteven District Council's planning committee will be asked to approve its plans for a major new development in Stamford next week.


Parents told 'don't gather at school gates'

05 March 2021
Parents told 'don't gather at school gates'

Parents told 'don't gather at school gates'

05 March 2021

Health bosses are concerned that adults dropping their children off will take the opportunity to gather with others when schools reopen.


Police receive 250 calls a week over alleged lockdown breaches

16 February 2021
Police receive 250 calls a week over alleged lockdown breaches

Police receive 250 calls a week over alleged lockdown breaches

16 February 2021

Lincolnshire Police receives around 250 Covid-related calls a week over alleged lockdown breaches.


Health bosses say coronavirus vaccinations in the county so far are a 'phenomenal achievement'

16 February 2021
Health bosses say coronavirus vaccinations in the county so far are a 'phenomenal achievement'

Health bosses say coronavirus vaccinations in the county so far are a 'phenomenal achievement'

16 February 2021

Health bosses have praised a “phenomenal achievement” after a third of Lincolnshire’s eligible population were vaccinated against coronavirus.


Education trust lost out on £17,000 when firm went into administration

15 February 2021
Education trust lost out on £17,000 when firm went into administration

Education trust lost out on £17,000 when firm went into administration

15 February 2021

The David Ross Education Trust has lost out on £17,212 after a lettings firm it dealt with went into administration.


Three quarters of coronavirus cases are Kent variant

09 February 2021
Three quarters of coronavirus cases are Kent variant

Three quarters of coronavirus cases are Kent variant

09 February 2021

About 76 per cent of Lincolnshire’s coronavirus cases are officially now considered to be the Kent variant.


Aim to offer all Lincolnshire care homes vaccine by end of week

22 January 2021
Aim to offer all Lincolnshire care homes vaccine by end of week

Aim to offer all Lincolnshire care homes vaccine by end of week

22 January 2021

NHS bosses are hoping to offer all care homes in Lincolnshire the first Covid vaccine dose by the end of the week.


Almost 50,000 doses of Covid-19 vaccine have been given in Lincolnshire

21 January 2021
Almost 50,000 doses of Covid-19 vaccine have been given in Lincolnshire

Almost 50,000 doses of Covid-19 vaccine have been given in Lincolnshire

21 January 2021

NHS England figures show that nearly 50,000 doses of the COVID-19 vaccine have been administered in Lincolnshire.


Government promises police will move quicker to issue lockdown fines

13 January 2021
Government promises police will move quicker to issue lockdown fines

Government promises police will move quicker to issue lockdown fines

13 January 2021

Police will move quicker to issue lockdown fines, but no new regulations or punishments have been announced to tackle Covid-19 breaches.


'Stay at home'

12 January 2021
'Stay at home'

'Stay at home'

12 January 2021

Health bosses warn that if people don't stick by the rules, the national lockdown could lasts months “or even longer”.


County council and PCC elections could be delayed

12 January 2021
County council and PCC elections could be delayed

County council and PCC elections could be delayed

12 January 2021

May elections could be delayed due to concerns over the spread of Covid-19.


Toilet staff could be cut under new council tax

08 January 2021
Toilet staff could be cut under new council tax

Toilet staff could be cut under new council tax

08 January 2021

South Kesteven District Council (SKDC) is proposing a £5 increase in council tax - but cuts are being made.


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