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Haverhill festive weekend has plenty for all of the family

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Remembrance Parade and wreath laying at Bourne

Standing together to remember those who fell

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Road collisions responsible for one in five trauma admissions to hospitals

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Councillor slams constitution proposal

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Have your say on controversial street lights programme

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Charity uses football to boost mental health

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£135,000 playarea hit by vandals

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Steps, Aqua and Blue to perform in Peterborough

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Colsterworth crash: Bulgarians appear in court following the deaths of two men on the A1

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Market Deeping Police Station.

Sat nav, phone and bicycle stolen in Market Deeping

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Road collisions responsible for one in five trauma admissions to hospitals

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SHOCKING FIGURES: Superintendent Phil Vickers, policing commander for South Holland, Boston and East Lindsey.  Photo supplied by Lincolnshire Police.

Drink driving capital of the county

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Marc Jones.

Summit in Grantham will unveil new initiative to reduce road deaths in the county

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Three-vehicle collision on the A1 south of Grantham

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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

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Colsterworth crash: Bulgarians appear in court following the deaths of two men on the A1

Crime
Market Deeping Police Station.

Sat nav, phone and bicycle stolen in Market Deeping

Crime

Lincolnshire police chiefs demand fairer deal for ‘overstretched’ service

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Police and Crime Commissioner Marc Jones at the Lincolnshire Road Safety Summit held in Grantham.  Photo by Graham Newton.

Domestic abuse project in Lincolnshire gets £1.4million boost from the Government

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Rolling out the red carpet for children at film festival

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Former teacher Guy Salmon who died in a car crash

Tribute paid to former teacher killed in crash

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Year 11 students Jade Bull and Hannah Watson with some of the ceramic pieces produced by GCSE students at Bourne Academy where they are now on display.  Photo by Tim Wilson.
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Bourne Academy showcase GCSE artwork

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Bourne Grammar School made headlines nationally after changing its policy on allowing students to stay on in Year 13 after poor AS-Level results in Year 12.  Photo by Lee Hellwing.

South Lincolnshire schools confirm non-exclusion policy after Year 12 AS-Levels

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Gender gap in the classroom

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Shake-up of council community funding

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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

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Crowds enjoy village sheep fair and auction

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Molly Clegg in her new Murano Silver shop in Stamford

Popular jeweller expands with a second shop

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Grantham MP welcomed back in the House for first speech since illness

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Nick Boles, Conservative

Grantham MP Boles says Parliament has its “sleazeballs” but sexual harassment is less of an issue today

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Matthew Lee on economic business summit

South Kesteven District Council leader Matthew Lee’s full speech to economic business summit

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Battle of Britain parade to be held

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Four million over-55s plan to downsize

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The Big Clean passes 160-tonne mark in two months

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Pair convicted of hare coursing near Bourne

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Grantham railway tunnel has been reported as a 'grot spot'.

South Kesteven ‘grot spot’ reports reach 500 as part of Big Clean

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MacDonald's in Grantham is putting its support behind The Big Clean.

South Kesteven Big Clean attracts support from businesses

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Celebrations as report finds care home is rosy

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Tracey Jessop-Thompson, Jordan Graham, Sophie Stone and head teacher Richard Lord at The Deepings School for a CRY heart test screening weekend.  Photo by Tim Wilson.  SG160917-267TW.

Deepings heart test screening weekend sees results

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Tracey Jessop-Thompson, Jordan Graham, Sophie Stone and head teacher Richard Long outside The Deepings School where a cardiac testing weekend led by CRY (Cardiac Risk in the Young) took place in memory of former student Lucy Jessop.
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TUESDAY TALK: How Lucy Jessop is at the heart of the matter

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Hundreds of transplants missed each year because families didn’t know relative’s wishes

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