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Bird flu reported in Rutland area

Cases of bird flu have been discovered in Rutland.

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The tree which fell near Barrow on January 18 2018. Submitted.

Motorists urged to take care as wind brings trees down onto roads

Motorists are being urged to take care after reports of fallen trees, following heavy wind overnight.

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Big interview Journal 05-1-18

Grantham Journal Big Interview: ‘Why we must celebrate South Kesteven’s incredible business power’

He’s the man South Kesteven’s economic future depends on.

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Jan Hansen at Folkingham Chocolate shop. 762C

Folkingham chocolate shop to keep trading despite homes plan

The owner of Hansen’s Chocolate House in Folkingham says it could be two to three years before he closes the business.

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Under-threat staff at Cummins in Stamford to ballot on industrial action

Under-threat staff at Cummins in Stamford to ballot on industrial action

‘Betrayed’ workers at Cummins Generator Technologies in Stamford are holding an industrial action ballot as Unite claims their bosses continue to refuse to enter into constructive talks.

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Youngsters, parents, councillors and guests at the official opening of Woody Heights Skatepark in Deeping St James, by parish council chairman Andrew Bowell.  Photo (TIM WILSON): SG021217-151TW.

Youngsters praise new skatepark in Deeping St James

Youngsters have christened a brand new £135,000 skatepark officially opened on Saturday as “our part of Deeping St James”.

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Debbie Richardson of Holbeach Community Larder after a joint collection with Sutton Bridge Foodbank at Tesco Holbeach in 2016.  Photo by Tim Wilson.  SG031216-187TW.

Give a Christmas gift as you buy and help vulnerable in south Lincolnshire

Shoppers in south Lincolnshire can take part in a regional Christmas gift campaign as they stock up on their festive treats.

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Ambassadors sought to promote Lincolnshire

Ambassadors sought to promote Lincolnshire

The Team Lincolnshire programme has been relaunched, aiming to be bigger and better.

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Stamford High Street.

Union anger over Cummins’ job talks

A union boss has complained to Cummins’ chief claiming talks have stalled over the possible loss of 350 jobs in Stamford.

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Mercury Business Awards winners 2017 revealed at glittering ceremony

The winners of the Mercury Business Awards 2017 were revealed tonight at a glittering ceremony held at Greetham Valley Hotel.

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Shake-up of council community funding

Shake-up of council community funding

Community groups should find it easier to apply for much needed funding if council plans come to fruition.

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ALH Recruitment directors Andy Lodge and Liam Harrold.

New sponsor is recruited by Blackstones for ground naming rights

A Stamford recruitment firm has sponsored the naming rights for Blackstones’ Lincoln Road ground.

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Bridal wear shop expands to better location

A bridal wear shop has expanded to a bigger unit in a more prominent location.

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Iconic Flying Scotsman was due to pass through March at lunchtime today (October 18) but has broken down at Peterborough.

Flying Scotsman investigation at Nene Valley Railway

A Flying Scotsman hauled service running between York and Peterborough was halted to prevent possible damage to the engine.

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Visitors enjoy the Rocks by Rail fun

Museum unveils new rail exhibits

Visitors to a living museum on iron ore workings discovered new exhibits paid for with a £2,000 grant.

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Crowds enjoy village sheep fair and auction

Large crowds enjoyed a traditional sheep show and auction which celebrated its 779th anniversary.

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Post Office agrees to move branch in Stamford

The Post Office has agreed to move Ryhall Road Post Office to Todays Express in Kesteven Road, Stamford.

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Molly Clegg in her new Murano Silver shop in Stamford

Popular jeweller expands with a second shop

A woman who took on a jewellery shop as a teenager has proved so successful that she has opened a second branch.

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350 workers face axe as Cummins factory to close

350 workers face axe as Cummins factory to close

350 jobs are at risk as Stamford’s biggest employer Cummins Generator Technologies is set to close within 12-months.

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