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UPDATE: Missing Lincolnshire man rushed to hospital after being found by police in freezing conditions

A Lincolnshire man who went missing from his home has today been located by police and rushed to hospital for treatment.

Photo Credit: Paul Bagworth

Can you get sued for clearing snow and ice from your paths and driveways? Expert advice

Despite snow falling on most of the region, many residents are still nervous about clearing it for fear of getting punished.

Court news

Ex-Horncastle Primary School business manager avoids jail after £21,800 theft

A former business manager at Horncastle Primary School has been handed a suspended prison sentence after pleading guilty to stealing over £21,800 from the school.

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Concern growing for Lincolnshire man missing from home in freezing conditions

Concern is growing for a Lincolnshire man who has not been seen since Sunday and may need medical assistance.
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Calls to recycle right this Christmas

Lincolnshire’s Waste Partnership is asking county residents to take extra care with recycling over the Christmas period to ensure it is not contaminated.

Lincolnshire Police

Lincolnshire Police rated as 'Good' by inspectorate but still 'requires improvement in the way it treats its own staff

Lincolnshire Police has been assessed overall as ‘Good’ in the latest HMICFRS report on police legitimacy published today, Tuesday.

Take extra care on untreated roads

Ice warning issued by Met Office for Tuesday morning as motorists warned to be prepared for big freeze

With temperatures set to plummet well below zero degrees tonight the Met Office has issued a yellow weather warning for ice for the evening and tomorrow morning.

Police will name convicted drink-drivers over the festive period. Photo: stock.

“We will name you” - force’s Christmas promise to drink-drivers

Lincolnshire Police has warned convicted drink-drivers that they will be named and shamed ahead of a county-wide campaign over the festive period.

Staff at Gunby Hall. From left, volunteer Steve Holdaway, visitor services assistant Anne Pearson, volunteer John Mitchell, senior gardener Clive Ironmonger, visitor experience manager Astrid Gatenby, volunteer Julie Baker, ranger Heather Hunter, head gardener Tash Johnson, gardener Sam Hodgson, senior house steward Andrew Lidster and visitor services assistant Veronica Sellers. EMN-171112-140251001

Record numbers at Gunby Hall

For the first time ever, more than 40,000 visitors were welcomed through their gates – a 10 per cent increase from last year.

Lincoln Crown Court

Skegness man remanded in custody over murder charge

A 39-year-old man accused of murder was today (Monday) remanded in custody following a hearing at Lincoln Crown Court.

A cool looking mini snowman. Taken by the team at Sandilands Golf Club, Sutton-on-Sea.

Formula for building the perfect snowman

In the wake of the heavy snowfall that descended on the UK over the weekend, experts have today (Monday) revealed the formula for building the perfect snowman.


Picture special: Woodhall Spa Christmas Market

Thousands of people turned out for an evening of festive delights at the Woodhall Spa Christmas market

Snow fell across the region yesterday and more is possible today. Photo: Stephen Pollard

Ice and snow warning further extended across eastern counties by Met Office today

The Met Office is warning there may be more snow on the way in eastern and south Midland areas today and have extended the area and timeframe where it may fall.
Charity Yule Ball at Stanhope Hall

Charity Yule Ball at Stanhope Hall

Shine and the Lincolnshire Autistic Society will be supported at the Ice Yule Ball in Stanhope Hall on Saturday, December 16, 7pm to 10pm.

Bin collections.

East Lindsey residents reminded to check bin collection schedule

East Lindsey residents are being reminded to check their bin collection schedule for the Christmas and New Year period.

Snow in the Wolds today. Photo: Horncastle Police

Number of crashes on Lincolnshire roads due to snow - latest police advice

Snow is now falling across much of the county and Lincolnshire police are seeing hazardous travel conditions and a number of road accidents and incidents, particularly across the south of the county.

Snowed in at home? Know your rights

SNOW DAYS: Can you legally take a day off? Your rights explained if you can't get to work due to snow

The situation: snow has covered large parts of our region and you have to work on Monday. So what are your rights around snow days?

Maintaining our top activity in the face of acute financial challenges

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