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Bomb hoaxes hit Lincolnshire schools

Nine Lincolnshire Schools have received fake bomb threats. Lincolnshire Police said the schools received the threats this morning as part of a nationwide incident. A spokesperson said: “We take hoaxes extremely seriously as they divert our resources...

yesterday, 14:44 in Regional East

Pupils jump into character for World Book Day

Dressing up as their favourite book characters and authors visiting to read stories all formed part of World Book Day. World Book Day is the biggest celebration of its kind, designed by Unesco as a worldwide celebration of books and reading. It is...

yesterday, 10:13 in Regional East

Bird flu outbreak near Bourne

The Department for Environment Food and Rural Affairs (Defra) and Lincolnshire Trading Standards have issued a warning after cases of bird flu were discovered on farmland near Bourne. Defra has confirmed that H5N6 – a subtype of the species Influenza...

Sunday, 17:19 in Regional East

Charity ball at Bourne Corn Exchange in aid of Mia Clucas

A charity ball hosted at Bourne Corn Exchange on Saturday night raised more than £4,500 for a girl born with an extremely rare disease. Laura Powell organised Mia’s Ball in honour of Mia Clucas, who is one of only a few hundred people in the world to...

Sunday, 15:27 in Regional East

Police advise motorists not to travel after snow hits.

Lincolnshire Police is advising motorists not to travel unless necessary, due to the recent onset of wintery weathers. While the conditions have not been as severe as those which hit the county at the beginning of this month, a number of road closures...

Sunday, 09:54 in Regional East

M&S opensin Bourne

Hundreds of people flocked to Bourne for the opening of the town’s new Marks and Spencer store. Eager shoppers lined the street around the Burghley Shopping Centre ahead of Wednesday’s first day of trade, with swarms flooding the 7000 square foot...

Saturday, 15:12 in Regional East

South Kesteven District Council shares £1 grant

South Kesteven is to benefit from a new £1million grant funding pot to enhance its tourism offer to international visitors. South Kesteven District Council is a partner in the new Discover England-funded project, using the A1 as the backbone for a...

Saturday, 09:07 in Regional East

South Kesteven takes lead on insurance

Savings on its insurance bills are being sought by South Kesteven District Council. SKDC is to take a lead in working with other councils to form an organisation to offer insurance services to its members. All members of cabinet agreed the move last...

Friday, 16:52 in Regional East

Bourne nurse scoops British Journal of Nursing Award

An inspirational Bourne nurse has scooped a national award for leading a project which helped get more than 90,000 hospital patients with mobility problems out of bed and moving . The #EndPJparalysis campaign focuses on encouraging patients to take...

Friday, 11:26 in Regional East

Apologies over papers not being delivered

Unfortunately due to a mechanical breakdown at the press, some copies of the paper were not delivered today. We will keep you updated about availability.

Friday, 10:42 in Regional East

New additions to assault course

The director of the world’s largest assault course which is returning to Stamford this year has lifted the lid on what’s in store at the event. Rat Race Dirty Weekend takes place at Burghley Park on May 12 and the 20-mile course includes a mass of...

Thursday, 14:49 in Regional East

Rippingale burglary suspects released without charge

Two men arrested in connection with five burglaries in Rippingale have been released without charge. The burglaries took place in the village during the period between November last year and February. Last month a 24-year-old man from the area and the...

Wednesday, 18:33 in Regional East

Vandals pour paint over car in Bourne

Vandals poured white paint over a car in Bourne sometime between last night (December 13) and this morning. The paint caused damage to the vehicle and St Pauls Gardens where it was parked. A spokesman for police said: “We are interested to hear from...

Wednesday, 18:33 in Regional East

Marks and Spencer store opens in Bourne

Hundreds of people flocked to Bourne for the opening of the town’s new Marks and Spencer store. Store manager Isabel Meyer, said: “This is fantastic news for Bourne and the community. We have taken on more than 50 staff, and this has to be good news...

Wednesday, 14:51 in Regional East

Billingborough home burgled

An unoccupied home in West Road, Billingborough has been targeted by burglars. The burglary happened sometime between February 8 and March 6. If you have information call police on 101 and quote incident reference number 297 on March 6.

Tuesday, 17:53 in Regional East

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