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Lincolnshire: Bastion in the Air

Plans for a series of special events to mark the centenary of the Royal Air Force are set to be announced today (Thursday, October 19).

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The existing burial ground off Boston Road and, inset, the proposed new site close to the River Bain

Dead end for Horncastle cemetery?

Councillors in Horncastle have been warned they could be heading down a ‘dead end’ in their search for a new cemetery - because their chosen site is in the path of a potential route for a town bypass.

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The new Caff� Nero in Mercer Row, Louth.

Caffè Nero unveiled in Louth

A new branch of Caffè Nero is set to open in Louth.

Business
'No plans' to move Red Arrows out of county

Minister confirms that there is ‘no plan to move the Red Arrows’

Recent suggestions that the RAF’s Aerobatic Team, the Red Arrows, could be moved out of the county have been quashed by a government minister.

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Lincolnshire council leaders take fight for a fair funding deal to House of Commons

County council leader Coun Martin Hill will today (Wednesday) be joining Lincolnshire MPs in a meeting with the Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government to discuss getting a better funding deal for the area.

Politics
Nikki Wheeldon is excited to bring new hypnobirthing classes to the area.

Hypnobirthing classes to begin in the Wolds

A woman brought up in Legbourne is bringing new Hypnobirthing classes to the area - aiming to help mums work towards an easier birth.

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National recognition for Osgodby cheese

Osgodby cheese producers, Cote Hill, are celebrating after adding another award to their growing collection of accolades.

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Lincolnshire Police.

Lincolnshire Police support ‘anti-slavery day’

As part of their promotion of anti-slavery day, Lincolnshire Police are using their most complex operation of its kind to demonstrate that they will leave no stone unturned when it comes to protecting victims.

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Protect your unborn baby this winter with a free flu jab

Lincolnshire East CCG is encouraging all pregnant women to get their free flu vaccination before the flu virus starts circulating.

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Residents who packed into the Petwood Hotel last Thursday to listen to  reassurances about the mustard gas

Public warned to steer clear of Woodhall Spa woods

Members of the public have been warned to stay away from woods near Woodhall Spa which are at the centre of a major chemical weapons incident.

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Lincs & Notts Air Ambulance staff and volunteers in running for prestigious awards

The Lincs & Notts Air Ambulance has announced that they have been shortlisted in three Awards of Excellence to be presented by the Association of Air Ambulances – Volunteer of the Year, Air Operations Support Staff Member of the Year and Campaign of the Year.

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Hate crime survey launched in Lincolnshire

Hate crime survey launched in Lincolnshire

A survey is being carried out in Lincolnshire to help organisations tackle hate crime.

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Why is the sun and sky such a weird colour?

While Britain braces itself for the possible arrival of Storm Ophelia, here in the east we have been experiencing a hurricane sun.

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Electricity network engineers prepared for storm gales

Northern Powergrid, the company responsible for the network that delivers electricity to homes and businesses across northern Lincolnshire, the North East and Yorkshire, is prepared should the forecasted severe gales affect its network,

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Everything you need to know about Storm Ophelia

With Tropical Storm Ophelia currently over parts of the UK, travel operators are warning for disruption and cancellations to ferry and train services.

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Pop-up Harry Potter shop to open in Lincoln High Street for St Barnabas

Potter magic will be coming to Lincoln this week as St Barnabas Hospice opens its Harry Potter pop-up shop in their High Street North shop, just below The Strait.

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Louth streets in top 20 parking ticket ‘hotspots’ in Lincolnshire

Two streets in Louth have been featured in a list of the top 20 streets with the most parking fines in Lincolnshire.

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A Halloween launch for book

Marking Halloween this year, a local author will be releasing a new book of ghostly tales.

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Dominic Raab - why tougher penalties for those who bring death and destruction to our roads are needed

Dominic Raab - why tougher penalties for those who bring death and destruction to our roads are needed

In a split second, someone’s life can be changed forever.

Crime
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Police hunt man after sneak-in burglary in Woodhall Spa

Police are appealing for witnesses to a sneak-in burglary that happened at a property in Witham Road, Woodhall Spa, at around 5pm on Saturday, October 14.

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