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How to keep your feline friend happy

How to keep your feline friend happy

How to keep your feline friend happy

Animal behaviour expert, Karen Wild, discusses how to keep your cat happy in her latest column.


More people set up new businesses in their kitchens

More people set up new businesses in their kitchens

More people set up new businesses in their kitchens

The pandemic has seen more people launching start-ups in their kitchens at home, council figures show.


Bike rack rejected by the Deepings to be installed in Stamford's Bath Row

Bike rack rejected by the Deepings to be installed in Stamford's Bath Row

Bike rack rejected by the Deepings to be installed in Stamford's Bath Row

A bright green bike rack which proved too unpopular elsewhere is being moved into Stamford's conservation area.


Nine-year-olds to represent England at Dance World Cup

Nine-year-olds to represent England at Dance World Cup

Nine-year-olds to represent England at Dance World Cup

Two young dance stars have been selected to represent England this summer.


Sisters spread smiles with artistic creations

Sisters spread smiles with artistic creations

Sisters spread smiles with artistic creations

Two sisters have been spreading smiles to people who are out on their daily exercise.


Volunteer being asked to self-isolate presents challenge

Volunteer being asked to self-isolate presents challenge

Volunteer being asked to self-isolate presents challenge

Gyll Mauchline of Three Counties Dog Rescue in Bourne discusses the challenges the charity faced when a staff member was told to self isolate.


Lincolnshire County Council agrees to tax discount for special constables

Lincolnshire County Council agrees to tax discount for special constables

Lincolnshire County Council agrees to tax discount for special constables

Special Constables will be given a discount on their council tax bills under a scheme put forward by the Police and Crime Commissioner.


Scaled-down inflatables helps family business bounce back from Covid hit and lift children's lockdown blues

Scaled-down inflatables helps family business bounce back from Covid hit and lift children's lockdown blues

Scaled-down inflatables helps family business bounce back from Covid hit and lift children's lockdown blues

Sanitised indoor bouncy castles and soft play sets delivered to doorstep with no human contact


Tax rise will pay for road repairs and economic boost

Tax rise will pay for road repairs and economic boost

Tax rise will pay for road repairs and economic boost

Lincolnshire County Council has announced extra funding for roads, flood response and to support the local economy.


15-year-old cyclist seriously injured in crash

15-year-old cyclist seriously injured in crash

15-year-old cyclist seriously injured in crash

Police are appealing for witnesses after a boy was involved in a crash on the A15 at Langtoft last night (Thursday, February 18).


A15 reopens

A15 reopens

A15 reopens

The A15 in Langtoft reopened at about 3.30am this morning after an incident last night.


A15 closed in Langtoft

A15 closed in Langtoft

A15 closed in Langtoft

Police have closed the A15 between the crossroads at Langtoft and the roundabout with the A1175 tonight (Thursday, February 18).


Properties to be left without power

Properties to be left without power

Properties to be left without power

People living in Bourne have been notified of a planned power cut, which will take place next week.


'Less road resurfacing, fewer potholes filled, and more angry motorists'

'Less road resurfacing, fewer potholes filled, and more angry motorists'

'Less road resurfacing, fewer potholes filled, and more angry motorists'

The county council is disappointed at a large reduction in Government funding for Lincolnshire's roads.


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