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Will you wear a face mask after July 19?

06 July 2021
Will you wear a face mask after July 19?

Will you wear a face mask after July 19?

06 July 2021

We ask readers whether they will wear a face mask voluntarily after 'Freedom Day'.


Firefighters called to incident on A1

24 June 2021
Firefighters called to incident on A1

Firefighters called to incident on A1

24 June 2021

Three fire crews were called out to a lorry on fire on the A1 north of Stamford.


Main road closed for hours after police car involved in serious crash

16 June 2021
Main road closed for hours after police car involved in serious crash

Main road closed for hours after police car involved in serious crash

16 June 2021

A road has been closed in both directions following a two-vehicle collision involving a police car.


Lincolnshire’s most dog-friendly attractions revealed

01 June 2021
Lincolnshire’s most dog-friendly attractions revealed

Lincolnshire’s most dog-friendly attractions revealed

01 June 2021

Data on TripAdvisor has been used to compile a top 10 most dog-friendly places to visit.


Flytippers are going unpunished

30 May 2021
Flytippers are going unpunished

Flytippers are going unpunished

30 May 2021

Government data has revealed that hundreds flytipping in South Kesteven went unpunished.


Patients in Lincolnshire urged to check prescriptions ahead of Bank Holiday weekend

18 May 2021
Patients in Lincolnshire urged to check prescriptions ahead of Bank Holiday weekend

Patients in Lincolnshire urged to check prescriptions ahead of Bank Holiday weekend

18 May 2021

Patients and carers in Lincolnshire are urged to check they have enough medication to see them through the upcoming Bank Holiday weekend.


'Drink responsibly and use roads safely' urges Lincolnshire Police as more lockdown rules are lifted

17 May 2021
'Drink responsibly and use roads safely' urges Lincolnshire Police as more lockdown rules are lifted

'Drink responsibly and use roads safely' urges Lincolnshire Police as more lockdown rules are lifted

17 May 2021

A police chief superintendent is appealing to people making the most of new freedoms to do so sensibly.


'True pioneer' in social care retires after almost four decades

05 May 2021
'True pioneer' in social care retires after almost four decades

'True pioneer' in social care retires after almost four decades

05 May 2021

A man has retired after 39 years in social care helping people.


Thin blue line: South Kesteven has one of lowest numbers of officers

30 April 2021
Thin blue line: South Kesteven has one of lowest numbers of officers

Thin blue line: South Kesteven has one of lowest numbers of officers

30 April 2021

New figures show that Lincolnshire Police has the lowest number of officers across England and Wales.


Former MP brands PM Boris Johnson an 'embarrassing buffoon'

03 April 2021
Former MP brands PM Boris Johnson an 'embarrassing buffoon'

Former MP brands PM Boris Johnson an 'embarrassing buffoon'

03 April 2021

The current and past PMs have been criticised in a book by former Rutland and Melton MP Sir Alan Duncan.


Easton Walled Gardens is the first to open for National Garden Scheme

27 March 2021
Easton Walled Gardens is the first to open for National Garden Scheme

Easton Walled Gardens is the first to open for National Garden Scheme

27 March 2021

Gardens in Lincolnshire are set to open once again in aid of nursing and caring charities, starting with Easton Walled Gardens.


Almost 200 new cases of Covid in Lincolnshire over the weekend

22 March 2021
Almost 200 new cases of Covid in Lincolnshire over the weekend

Almost 200 new cases of Covid in Lincolnshire over the weekend

22 March 2021

The infection rate in South Kesteven is rising.


Tourism to receive £500,000 boost

18 March 2021
Tourism to receive £500,000 boost

Tourism to receive £500,000 boost

18 March 2021

People will be encouraged to 'holiday in Lincolnshire' to support the local economy.


MP and council leaders react to Chancellor's Budget

04 March 2021
MP and council leaders react to Chancellor's Budget

MP and council leaders react to Chancellor's Budget

04 March 2021

Economic recovery will be 'driven from the shop floors of Stamford' says MP Gareth Davies.


Sky customers across two counties without broadband

25 February 2021
Sky customers across two counties without broadband

Sky customers across two counties without broadband

25 February 2021

Families across the area are unable to work or school from home as Sky broadband is down.


A1 blocked north of Stamford as lorry catches fire

07 February 2021
A1 blocked north of Stamford as lorry catches fire

A1 blocked north of Stamford as lorry catches fire

07 February 2021

A section of the A1 north of Stamford is closed.


SKDC's budget includes a council tax rise

13 January 2021
SKDC's budget includes a council tax rise

SKDC's budget includes a council tax rise

13 January 2021

The district council plans to raise its share of council tax and is asking residents and businesses to have their say.


"Why should we pay £100k for Maggie Thatcher statue party?"

05 January 2021
"Why should we pay £100k for Maggie Thatcher statue party?"

"Why should we pay £100k for Maggie Thatcher statue party?"

05 January 2021

Plans to earmark £100,000 of taxpayers' money to cover the cost of unveiling a new Margaret Thatcher statue have been lambasted.


New £4.6bn support package announced by the Chancellor to help struggling businesses

05 January 2021
New £4.6bn support package announced by the Chancellor to help struggling businesses

New £4.6bn support package announced by the Chancellor to help struggling businesses

05 January 2021

Top-up grants and business rates relief are among a package of support announced today by the Chancellor.


Health bosses 'looking into possible causes' behind rise in Covid cases

04 January 2021
Health bosses 'looking into possible causes' behind rise in Covid cases

Health bosses 'looking into possible causes' behind rise in Covid cases

04 January 2021

Public health staff are looking into what might be behind the rise in Covid cases in South Kesteven, as the infection rate rises further.


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