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Three private firms put forward to run Lincolnshire’s library services

05 June 2015
Three private firms put forward to run Lincolnshire’s library services

Three private firms put forward to run Lincolnshire’s library services

05 June 2015

Three organisations are in the running to take on the running of Lincolnshire’s library services.


Met Office warning for heavy rain and storms on Friday

04 June 2015
Met Office warning for heavy rain and storms on Friday

Met Office warning for heavy rain and storms on Friday

04 June 2015

Thunderstorms are likely across eastern areas of England on Friday (5 June) giving some localised intense downpours the Met Office has warned but there is a better weekend forecast.


Calls for Lincolnshire County Council to sell off over 100 farms to pay for frontline services

04 June 2015
Calls for Lincolnshire County Council to sell off over 100 farms to pay for frontline services

Calls for Lincolnshire County Council to sell off over 100 farms to pay for frontline services

04 June 2015

Lincolnshire County Council owns more than 100 farms which could be sold off to provide funds for frontline services and keep taxes low new research has found.


BBMF’s Lancaster bomber will miss much of summer display season following mid-air engine fire

04 June 2015
BBMF’s Lancaster bomber will miss much of summer display season following mid-air engine fire

BBMF’s Lancaster bomber will miss much of summer display season following mid-air engine fire

04 June 2015

The Battle of Britain Memorial Flight (BBMF) Lancaster remains unable to fly at shows up and down the country following an engine fire last month.


Lincolnshire’s 80,100 tax credits claimants reminded to renew early

03 June 2015
Lincolnshire’s 80,100 tax credits claimants reminded to renew early

Lincolnshire’s 80,100 tax credits claimants reminded to renew early

03 June 2015

HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) is urging the 80,100 people who receive tax credits in Lincolnshire to renew their tax credits claim online as soon as possible ahead of the deadline in July.


Nurseries, hotels, taxis and manufacturers targeted by fake bailiffs

03 June 2015
Nurseries, hotels, taxis and manufacturers targeted by fake bailiffs

Nurseries, hotels, taxis and manufacturers targeted by fake bailiffs

03 June 2015

Action Fraud has seen an increase in the number of small to medium sized businesses being contacted by fake bailiffs requesting payments for a phantom debt.


Woman seriously injured in another serious collision on A16 at Crowland

02 June 2015
Woman seriously injured in another serious collision on A16 at Crowland

Woman seriously injured in another serious collision on A16 at Crowland

02 June 2015

A woman has been seriously injured in a collision on the A16 at Crowland.


Nominations open for Lincolnshire community volunteer award

02 June 2015
Nominations open for Lincolnshire community volunteer award

Nominations open for Lincolnshire community volunteer award

02 June 2015

Do you know a selfless volunteer who deserves recognition for their work?


Lincoln Cathedral given £12.4m to boost tourism offering

01 June 2015
Lincoln Cathedral given £12.4m to boost tourism offering

Lincoln Cathedral given £12.4m to boost tourism offering

01 June 2015

Lincoln Cathedral, the only cathedral on Historic England’s buildings at risk register, is being given £12.4m to pay for urgent repairs.


WEATHER WARNING: High winds and heavy rain for Monday afternoon and Tuesday morning

01 June 2015
WEATHER WARNING: High winds and heavy rain for Monday afternoon and Tuesday morning

WEATHER WARNING: High winds and heavy rain for Monday afternoon and Tuesday morning

01 June 2015

A yellow weather warning for wind across East Anglia and the East Midlands has been issued by the Met Office today, Monday June 1.


How much does it costs to raise a child?

01 June 2015
How much does it costs to raise a child?

How much does it costs to raise a child?

01 June 2015

​New r​esearch shows parents are spending an average of £35,000 on their children by the time they get to five years old – and that’s not a small amount, by anyone’s calculations.


Food safety warning: ​supermarkets with worst records on contaminated chickens

30 May 2015
Food safety warning: ​supermarkets with worst records on contaminated chickens

Food safety warning: ​supermarkets with worst records on contaminated chickens

30 May 2015

T​he ​contamination of nearly three-quarters of supermarket chickens with a potentially deadly bug is now the biggest food safety concern in the UK, the Food Standards Agency​ (FSA)​​ said today.


UPDATE: Woman injured in crash on the A1 near Grantham is recovering well

29 May 2015
UPDATE: Woman injured in crash on the A1 near Grantham is recovering well

UPDATE: Woman injured in crash on the A1 near Grantham is recovering well

29 May 2015

A woman injured in a collision on the A1 at Great Ponton on Friday is recovering.


New RMT talks to avoid June rail strikes

29 May 2015
New RMT talks to avoid June rail strikes

New RMT talks to avoid June rail strikes

29 May 2015

Fresh talks are to be held in an attempt to avert recently announced strikes by rail workers in a dispute over pay.


WEATHER WARNING: Met Office advise of high winds and heavy rain for East of England

29 May 2015
WEATHER WARNING: Met Office advise of high winds and heavy rain for East of England

WEATHER WARNING: Met Office advise of high winds and heavy rain for East of England

29 May 2015

The Met Office has issued a yellow weather warning (be aware) for East Anglia and the East Midlands this afternoon, Friday May 29.


Plea to find owner of bear left on Virgin East Coast train

28 May 2015
Plea to find owner of bear left on Virgin East Coast train

Plea to find owner of bear left on Virgin East Coast train

28 May 2015

A plea has been sent out to find the owner of a bear left on a Virgin East Coast train today, Thursday May 28.


UPDATE: RMT call off rail strike for a second time

28 May 2015
UPDATE: RMT call off rail strike for a second time

UPDATE: RMT call off rail strike for a second time

28 May 2015

The Rail, Maritime and Transport (RMT) union has called off planned industrial action for a second time after reaching an agreement with Network Rail.


UPDATE: A14 reopens following serious collision

28 May 2015
UPDATE: A14 reopens following serious collision

UPDATE: A14 reopens following serious collision

28 May 2015

The A14 westbound between junction 36, the A1303 at Nine Mile Hill and junction 31 for the M11 at Girton has now fully reopened.


UPDATE: Number of drivers to be prosecuted for taking pictures of A14 crash rises to 24

28 May 2015
UPDATE: Number of drivers to be prosecuted for taking pictures of A14 crash rises to 24

UPDATE: Number of drivers to be prosecuted for taking pictures of A14 crash rises to 24

28 May 2015

The number of drivers set to be prosecuted for taking photos of a four lorry collision on the A14 last month has risen further.


VIDEO: Footage of illegal rave in Lincolnshire emerges on Youtube

26 May 2015
VIDEO: Footage of illegal rave in Lincolnshire emerges on Youtube

VIDEO: Footage of illegal rave in Lincolnshire emerges on Youtube

26 May 2015

Video footage has emerged of the police operation to shut down the illegal rave at Twyford Wood in Lincolnshire over the Bank Holiday weekend.


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