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COLUMN: It’s time to address your cyber security

A recent seminar held at our office in Boston revealed that several of the businesses in the room had been affected by cyber crime. How can you ensure your business is safe and protected from online threats? Whether your business uses a range of IT equip

today, 10:14 in Regional East

Air ambulance called to Wolla Bank Beach

Police in Alford and Mablethorpe have praised East Midlands Ambulance Service and the Lincolnshire and Nottinghamshire Air Ambulance for their “fab response” to a horse riding accident. Police said today (Saturday) that assistance was required on Wolla B

today, 10:03 in Regional East

Glass and pottery studio opens in Alford

Alford Craft Market’s new Bakehouse glass and pottery studio is set open for this first time on Saturday, October 29, from 11am-3pm. The Bakehouse will host classes in pottery (children and adults), ceramics, glass blowing, glass fusing, and glass bead m

today, 09:46 in Regional East

Grants are on offer for the ‘benefit of Louth’

Louth Town Council is offering grants to help voluntary sector groups working in and around Louth for the benefit of its residents. In previous years grants have helped fund a wide range of projects, the purchase of equipment, and the financing of specia

today, 09:21 in Regional East

Lincolnshire Trading Standards warning over fireworks being “misused by terrorists”

As November 5 draws closer, Lincolnshire Trading Standards is urging shopkeepers to be vigilant as “fireworks have been misused by terrorists”. A tweet put out this afternoon (Saturday) tells traders: “Your vigilance in reporting suspicions can help the

yesterday, 17:55 in Regional East

Louth man sentenced after smashing door to get into flat

A Louth man smashed out a door panel to get into a flat he thought his girlfriend was in, a court has been told. David Rice, 37, of Welbeck Way, admitted using violence to enter a property knowing a person was on the premises who was opposed to his entry

yesterday, 17:26 in Regional East

Nostalgia: Louth Old Boys Juniors (1972)

Mike Pheby sent in this picture of Louth Old Boys Juniors after the formation of the under 14s league in 1972. Mike was the founder and organiser, along with Brian Damms and Geordie Dunn. Pictured, back row, from left, is Phil Johnson, Tim Pheby, Richard

yesterday, 15:16 in Regional East

Popular Louth Dog Groomer’s move to Newmarket

A popular dog grooming business has become so popular, they have moved from their former Ramsgate site and have moved to the bigger, more central town location in Newmarket. Becky Bates, owner of Bella’s Dog Grooming and Pet Foods and has 12 years experi

yesterday, 13:09 in Regional East

Louth’s Edinburgh Woollen Mill marks 20 years

The Louth branch of Edinburgh Woollen Mill store on Eastgate is this month celebrating its 20th anniversary since it opened up its doors for the first time in the town in 1996. Over the years the store has had to overcome a flood and a devastating fire,

yesterday, 10:21 in Regional East

This weekend’s Boston League games...

Boston Saturday League Fixtures for October 22: Taylors Garages Premier Division (KO 2.30pm): Billinghay Athletic v Spilsby Town (P. Keeble), Boston College v Benington (S. Wood), Heckington Millers v Coningsby (N. Sleaford), Leverton Sheepgate FC v Swin

yesterday, 00:04 in Sport

Britons spend eight years of their lives on housework

Brits will spend nearly eight years of their lives doing household chores, a study has found. Cleaning, ironing, food shop shopping and even walking the dog means the average adult spends just under three hours a day on domestic tasks. This amounts to 20

Friday, 23:59 in Regional East

Major healthcare plans for Lincolnshire submitted to NHS for approval

Plans which could radically change the way healthcare services are delivered in Lincolnshire are set to be submitted to the government for approval today (Friday). However it will not be for a number of weeks until the extent of these plans are revealed

Friday, 23:59 in Regional East

Road closure: A46 Lincoln Bypass

The A46 will be closed northbound overnight between the Carholme Road and Riseholme Road roundabouts for resurfacing between 8pm and 5am from this Monday, October 24, to Friday November 4. A diversion route will be signposted via Saxilby Road, Yarborough

Friday, 13:27 in Regional East

Cyclist airlfited to hospital after being involved in serious crash

A woman has been airlifted to hospital after a serious collision with a car while she was riding her bike. Police appealing for witnesses to the serious collision which took place on the B1211 between Ulceby and Brocklesby, near to Newsham Lodge gate hou

Friday, 13:27 in Regional East

Weight to go Jane from Louth - You’re a pearl

Louth Slimming World Consultan Jane Rylands-Bolton is celebrating after being recognised at the organisation’s ‘Pearl Day’ which was held at the Nottingham Belfry Hotel. Jane is officially recognised among the organisation’s top 90 most highest-achieving

Friday, 12:58 in Regional East

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