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Grantham & Stamford MP blasts PM

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Lights stolen from mobility scooter in Market Deeping

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Lincolnshire Police introduce new tasers to protect front line officers

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New owner for Stamford Tableware Hire

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Stamford and Rutland Photographic Society competition

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Warners Midlands plc plans ahead for the future after best ever year

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A hate crime daily in South Kesteven

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Negligence claims cost NHS billions in compensation

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Andrew Norman

District can pull in more visitors says new man at helm of tourism at South Kesteven District Council

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£250K funding boost to fight South Kesteven homelessness

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Motorists urged to take care as wind brings trees down onto roads

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South Fen Road in Bourne has been branded 'the worst road in Britain' by Bourne South and Thurlby county councillor Robert Reid.  Photo by Tim Wilson.  SG291217-208TW.

Is this ‘the worst road in Britain?’

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Emergency services were called to an accident on the A15 in Baston where a car skidded on ice and hit a tree.

Woman in hospital after car hits tree in Baston

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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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Lincolnshire Police introduce new tasers to protect front line officers

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South Holland crime news.

Appeal after man pushed trolley into car

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PCs James Perring and Martin Green with dogs seized from suspected hare coursers.  Photo supplied by Lincolnshire Police.

SPECIAL REPORT: Police patrol across ‘mecca of hare coursing’ is a big challenge

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Emma Milligan (right), principal trading standards officer at Lincolnshire County Council, with anti-counterfeit cigarettes campaigner Julie Grant.  Photo supplied.

Illegal cigarettes and alcohol seized in county becomes electricity

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Review of SEND plan for special schools in South Holland under way

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Maddy Orford of Bourne.

School raises £2,135 with a no uniform day for Maddy

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A heart-shaped information badge given out at Bourne Academy in support of Cardiomyopathy UK as a tribute to former sixth-former Maddy Orford.  Photo: SG081217-105TW.

Bourne Academy offer special charity tribute to sixth-former Maddy

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Head teacher Mark Ratchford and pupils at Market Deeping Community Primary School which is set for expansion next September.  Photo supplied.

Expansion plan for Market Deeping school given green light

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Stamford Arts Centre  is working with Heritage Lincolnshire for the festival

Rolling out the red carpet for children at film festival

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Grantham & Stamford MP blasts PM

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£250K funding boost to fight South Kesteven homelessness

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South Kesteven District Council

South Kesteven councillor calls for abolition of county council

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Kelham Cooke

South Kesteven District Council to launch lottery

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Leader of SKDC Matthew Lee

South Kesteven scraps plans to increase district-wide parking charges

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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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Healthwatch Lincolnshire launches survey on health and housing

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Helen Brewster

Bourne care home manager wins national lifetime award

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Rose Lodge

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.
Photo by Tim Wilson.  SG160917-267TW.

TUESDAY TALK: How Lucy Jessop is at the heart of the matter

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