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Showhome design will celebrate RAF history

Business
A National Trust volunteer serving in the tea room at Berrington Hall. Photo: Ian Shaw EMN-180117-124825001

National Trust looking for volunteers to help at historic properties across Lincolnshire

Arts
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Boost for walkers as councillors agree to back new footbridge

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Pilgrim Hospital, Boston

Trust’s £90m payout due to patient errors

Health

Sheep killed after suspected dog attack near Market Rasen

Crime

Clean shave raises £899 for Lions charities

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Emergency services are at the scene

Serious collision on the A46 at Nettleham

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Calls for safer working on farms, as over 1,000 overhead power lines incidents are reported over five years

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Rail talk postponed due to illness

Transport
Pc Jimmy Conway's photo of the air ambulance overhead at the scene of a serious collision near Martin. EMN-180401-104411001

UPDATE: Driver remains in hospital with ‘serious but not life threatening injuries’ after collision

Transport
Road closed

Serious crash between Woodhall Spa and Martin - roads to remain closed for some hours

Transport
Lincolnshire County Council  is doing the best it can to keep up with road repairs in the Horncasatle area amid on-going criticism from  town councillors and residents.

Criticism of road conditions in Horncastle rumbles on

Transport

Armed police set to patrol railways across the country

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Sheep killed after suspected dog attack near Market Rasen

Crime
Police

Criminal damage at Coningsby café

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Motorists are being asked to avoid Lings Way after the collision this morning.

Police appeal after burglary in Horncastle

Crime

Update 2: Second man arrested after aggravated burglary in Wragby

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Delighted headteacher Grant Edgar who is full of praise for everyone at the school. Picture: John Aron.

Good, Good and Good again - fantastic result for Banovallum School

Education
Education

Consultation on ‘special educational needs and disabilities’ vision for Lincolnshire

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Last year, 73,000 children and teachers took part counting more than 100,000 birds. Photo: RSPB (rspb-images.com) EMN-180401-123026001

Schools can get new year off to flying start

Education
Children, staff and governors of Kirkby on Bain School enjoyed a full, traditional Christmas lunch of roast turkey and all the trimmings EMN-180201-161628001

Traditional lunch for all at Kirkby on Bain

Education

Showhome design will celebrate RAF history

Business
A National Trust volunteer serving in the tea room at Berrington Hall. Photo: Ian Shaw EMN-180117-124825001

National Trust looking for volunteers to help at historic properties across Lincolnshire

Arts
Look out, Look up! EMN-180116-170307001

Calls for safer working on farms, as over 1,000 overhead power lines incidents are reported over five years

News
Louth Cattle Market.

Improvements are underway at Louth Cattle Market

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Battlelines drawn in Woodhall Spa as developers reveal details of amended application

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Nigel Farage has admitted he may back a second referendum on Brexit

Nigel Farage admits he could back second Brexit referendum

Politics
Tony McArdle.

Lincolnshire County Council’s Chief Executive to step down

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The Houses of Parliament.

‘A Taste of Louth & Horncastle’ comes to Parliament

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Lincolnshire firefighters will offer vulnerable residents free Safe and Well checks at their homes.

Firefighters to give safety and wellness checks to residents

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Trust’s £90m payout due to patient errors

Health
GP surgeries

Louth and Tetford surgeries merger is still set to go ahead - without Coningsby

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VIDEO: More than half of workers believe they have caught a bug from a poorly colleague

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Health

Future doctors in Lincolnshire need you!

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New diabetic foot clinics helping to prevent amputations in Lincolnshire

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