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Local officers are an “endangered species” say Police Federation but Home Secretary claims scaremongering

26 May 2015
Local officers are an “endangered species” say Police Federation but Home Secretary claims scaremongering

Local officers are an “endangered species” say Police Federation but Home Secretary claims scaremongering

26 May 2015

Local neighbourhood police are an “endangered species” the chairman of the Police Federation has said.


Lidl product recall due to possible health risk

22 May 2015
Lidl product recall due to possible health risk

Lidl product recall due to possible health risk

22 May 2015

Lidl UK is recalling all batches of its ‘​​XXL ​Tortelloni with Spinach and Ricotta’​, 300g pack​ because the product contains egg, milk and gluten, which are not declared on the product label in English.


Find out more about your NHS services at open board meeting

22 May 2015
Find out more about your NHS services at open board meeting

Find out more about your NHS services at open board meeting

22 May 2015

The next board meeting for Lincolnshire Community Health Services NHS Trust (LCHS) will take place on Tuesday, May 26.


Network Rail issue legal challenge to avoid rail strike on Bank Holiday Monday

21 May 2015
Network Rail issue legal challenge to avoid rail strike on Bank Holiday Monday

Network Rail issue legal challenge to avoid rail strike on Bank Holiday Monday

21 May 2015

Network Rail is issuing a legal challenge to one of the unions threatening to strike over the bank holiday.


Roadworks to be removed for bank holiday weekend and not reinstated until next Thursday due to rail strike

21 May 2015
Roadworks to be removed for bank holiday weekend and not reinstated until next Thursday due to rail strike

Roadworks to be removed for bank holiday weekend and not reinstated until next Thursday due to rail strike

21 May 2015

Highways England will remove as many roadworks as possible in time for the bank holiday weekend and in-light of the planned rail strike on Bank Holiday Monday, not reinstate them until Thursday May 28.


TRAVEL: Travel news for Lincolnshire this Thursday morning

21 May 2015
TRAVEL: Travel news for Lincolnshire this Thursday morning

TRAVEL: Travel news for Lincolnshire this Thursday morning

21 May 2015

There are no reported delays on the roads in Lincolnshire this morning, Thursday July 30.


UPDATE: Collision near Peterborough Toys R Us causing delays

21 May 2015
UPDATE: Collision near Peterborough Toys R Us causing delays

UPDATE: Collision near Peterborough Toys R Us causing delays

21 May 2015

Traffic is building up in Peterborough city centre, particularly on Westfield Road by the Toys R Us roundabout where there has been a collision


Who would you choose to be the new face of the £20 note​?

21 May 2015
Who would you choose to be the new face of the £20 note​?

Who would you choose to be the new face of the £20 note​?

21 May 2015

Britons are being invited to have their say on who will be the face of the new £20 as the Bank of England launched a consultation to find a historic British artist to feature on the note.


Do you recognise this man wanted in connection with Market Deeping burglary?

20 May 2015
Do you recognise this man wanted in connection with Market Deeping burglary?

Do you recognise this man wanted in connection with Market Deeping burglary?

20 May 2015

Do you recognise this man wanted in connection with a house burglary in Charter Avenue in Market Deeping on Monday April 27?


Batemans launch new beer to celebrate Magna Carta’s 800th anniversary

20 May 2015
Batemans launch new beer to celebrate Magna Carta’s 800th anniversary

Batemans launch new beer to celebrate Magna Carta’s 800th anniversary

20 May 2015

Lincolnshire brewers Batemans has released a new ale, a rich, ruby beer, to celebrate the 800th anniversary of Magna Carta.


Greggs the Bakers to stop selling loaves of bread in a number of outlets

20 May 2015
Greggs the Bakers to stop selling loaves of bread in a number of outlets

Greggs the Bakers to stop selling loaves of bread in a number of outlets

20 May 2015

Do you head into town to Greggs The Bakers to get a fresh loaf of your favourite bread?


Budding Lincolnshire photographers urged to enter Woodland Trust competition

20 May 2015
Budding Lincolnshire photographers urged to enter Woodland Trust competition

Budding Lincolnshire photographers urged to enter Woodland Trust competition

20 May 2015

Budding photographers from Lincolnshire are urged to get out into their local woods and capture those magical family moments as the Woodland Trust launches a special photo competition.


Man charged with attempting to groom a child in Stamford

19 May 2015
Man charged with attempting to groom a child in Stamford

Man charged with attempting to groom a child in Stamford

19 May 2015

A man has been charged with an attempting to groom a child in Stamford.


VIDEO: More ambulances set to hit Lincolnshire streets to improve EMAS service

19 May 2015
VIDEO: More ambulances set to hit Lincolnshire streets to improve EMAS service

VIDEO: More ambulances set to hit Lincolnshire streets to improve EMAS service

19 May 2015

East Midlands Ambulance Service (EMAS) are welcoming 29 new ’15 plate’ ambulances to their fleet in an attempt to have more response units on the road and improve the service.


Lincolnshire’s beaches still projected as ‘Excellent’ despite tougher water quality rules

19 May 2015
Lincolnshire’s beaches still projected as ‘Excellent’ despite tougher water quality rules

Lincolnshire’s beaches still projected as ‘Excellent’ despite tougher water quality rules

19 May 2015

Lincolnshire’s beaches are ready to take the plunge as new stricter standards on water quality are brought in for this summer.


TRAVEL: Lincolnshire roads and rail this Wednesday morning

19 May 2015
TRAVEL: Lincolnshire roads and rail this Wednesday morning

TRAVEL: Lincolnshire roads and rail this Wednesday morning

19 May 2015

There is slow traffic on the A153 heading out of Sleaford towards Ruskington this morning, Wednesday.


Lincolnshire could be facing an invasion of wasps this summer say experts

18 May 2015
Lincolnshire could be facing an invasion of wasps this summer say experts

Lincolnshire could be facing an invasion of wasps this summer say experts

18 May 2015

Swarms of wasps could be set to invade ​Lincolnshire this summer, experts are warning.


Shortage of new homes pushes property prices up across East Midlands

17 May 2015
Shortage of new homes pushes property prices up across East Midlands

Shortage of new homes pushes property prices up across East Midlands

17 May 2015

House prices were driven up again in April as the data showed the third consecutive monthly decline in supply with new instructions falling at their fastest rate since May 2009, according to the latest RICS UK Residential Market Survey.


Dramatic video as man escapes oncoming train released to promote rail safety message

16 May 2015
Dramatic video as man escapes oncoming train released to promote rail safety message

Dramatic video as man escapes oncoming train released to promote rail safety message

16 May 2015

Dramatic CCTV footage has been released of a man who had a lucky escape after running across​ ​railway tracks.


Resurfacing work announced for 29 Lincolnshire roads - but do you think they’re the right ones?

15 May 2015
Resurfacing work announced for 29 Lincolnshire roads - but do you think they’re the right ones?

Resurfacing work announced for 29 Lincolnshire roads - but do you think they’re the right ones?

15 May 2015

Lincolnshire County Council this week started a three month schedule of innovative work set to repair approximately 19km of unclassified roads across the county and save the authority approximately £1m on traditional methods.


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