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Two leisure centres closed during the coronavirus pandemic now have dates for when they will reopen.
A woman is adding a new service to her business to help elderly people feel less isolated.
An application to use a road as a ‘beer garden’ has been granted permission by the council.
A 78-year-old man seeking a coronavirus test covered 400 miles and visited three testing centres, but was still unable to prove he was safe to travel.
Health bosses in Lincolnshire “can’t see” the county going into local lockdown at this stage, as other areas face tighter restrictions.
A school is following guidance from Public Health England after a pupil is confirmed to have coronavirus.
Running a business is a dream for many but for Louise Sampson one was just not enough.
A pensioner says lives are being put at risk by pupils breaking the rule of six.
A primary school pupil has tested positive for coronavirus at Bourne Westfield Academy.
An event cancelled only by wars and two outbreaks of foot and mouth disease has been called off because of coronavirus.
People are being urged not to seek a test for coronavirus unless they have symptoms or have been asked to by a healthcare professional