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Lincoln business raises hundreds of pounds for young people's charity

More young people in Lincoln are set to benefit after accountancy firm Saul Fairholm's annual quiz raised hundreds of pounds for one of its adopted charities. The business, which has offices in Tentercroft Street, Lincoln, was thrilled to present a chequ

12 min. ago in Regional East
 

Carol Ann Duffy set to read her work at University of Lincoln

Carol Ann Duffy is visiting the University of Lincoln today as part of a special event where she will read a selection of her work. The Poet Laureate has enjoyed a successful career as both a poet and a playwright, with her work often being studied in sc

today, 05:16 in Regional East
 

Danny Cowley expects to have 'competitive' budget for League Two challenge

Danny Cowley says he will have a competitive budget as he begins masterminding Lincoln City's first season back in the Football League. After the Imps clinched automatic promotion from the National League last Saturday, Cowley has already begun plotting

today, 05:05 in Regional East
 

Badgers, deer and a wallaby - Animals found dead on roads revealed

Details of the number of animals found killed on the county's roads have emerged. Some of the animals that had been spotted included badgers, deer, sheep and even a wallaby. The data is revealed in a Freedom of Information request to Highways England sho

today, 05:05 in Regional East
 

Patient dies after fall from hospital hoist leaves him impaled on metal post

A hospital patient in Lincolnshire died when he fell while in a lifting hoist and was impaled on his rectum on part of the equipment, a jury heard. John Biggadike, 53, suffered "catastrophic" internal injuries after he fell on to the...

yesterday, 21:10 in Regional East
 

Decision made on new railway footbridge plans for Lincoln

The final decision on blueprints to build a new railway footbridge in Lincoln has been made by city councillors. Plans were put forward by Network Rail to build a concrete and steel bridge over the tracks in Brayford Wharf East. However, the scheme would

yesterday, 19:44 in Regional East
 

RAF Waddington drone strike killed British jihadi who posed 'serious threat'

A British jihadi killed in an unprecedented drone strike launched by RAF Waddington personnel posed a "very serious threat", a major new report has revealed. Reyaad Khan was a prolific recruiter and attack planner for Islamic State,...

yesterday, 18:48 in Regional East
 

Patient dies at hospital after metal post impales his rectum

A hospital patient in Lincolnshire died when he fell while in a lifting hoist and was impaled on his rectum on part of the equipment, a jury heard. John Biggadike, 53, suffered "catastrophic" internal injuries after he fell on to the...

yesterday, 18:13 in Regional East
 

Why can't Lincoln City reach the Championship? Imps chairman full of ambition after title triumph

Jubilant Lincoln City chairman Bob Dorrian tells the Echo's Imps writer Mark Whiley about his ambitions for the club follow their return to the Football League. Talk of building a 15,000-capacity stadium and rising all the way up to the Championship – th

yesterday, 18:13 in Regional East
 

Fire service issues warning to public after iPhone charger melts

Lincolnshire's fire service has warned phone owners to turn off their chargers or risk letting them overheat and melt. Louth Fire and Rescue made the plea on Twitter after they were called out to deal with an incident involving an iPhone charger cable in

yesterday, 18:13 in Regional East
 

Boston United boss Adam Murray warns of more possible departures

Adam Murray has warned more players will leave the club this week as his squad rebuilding begins in earnest. The Boston United boss has already announced the departure of four United players with Michael Emery, Marcus Marshall, Jason St Juste and Waide F

yesterday, 17:50 in Regional East
 

Shotgun gang get 80 years in jail for £250,000 armed robbery

A gang of 10 people have been sentenced for a combined total of more than 80 years in prison after stealing £250,000 worth of jewellery in an armed robbery. Four men were seen to enter Andrew Michael's jewellers on Stodman Street in Newark armed with ham

yesterday, 17:37 in Regional East
 

Man appears in court after two attempted robberies in Lincoln

A 48-year-old man has appeared in court after being accused of attempting two robberies in Lincoln city centre. The alleged incidents happened within the space of ten minutes on Monday, April 24. Paul Norton, from Princess Street, Lincoln, appeared on We

yesterday, 17:06 in Regional East
 

Gainsborough newsagent robbery lands man in court

A 38-year-old man has appeared in court after an alleged robbery at a newsagents. Steven Lowther, from Ropery Road, Gainsborough, allegedly stole tobacco and cash from Bells Newsagents in Church Street, Gainsborough. He appeared at Lincoln Magistrates' C

yesterday, 16:24 in Regional East
 

Sex offender jailed after abuse of girl, 12

A man who sexually assaulted a 12 year old girl was arrested by police after her mother found he had been sending her inappropriate messages over facebook. The offences committed by Shaun Coles, 24, only came to light after the girl went missing and her

yesterday, 15:57 in Regional East
 


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