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Would you have your head shaved by clowns? See who is doing it for charity in Skegness

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Alford students donate £5,600 after ‘charity week’

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VIDEO: ‘Anywhere but Skegness’ Lotto ad lady says ‘sorry’

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UPDATE: Former sweet factory in Skegness ‘severely damaged’ by fire

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Only 60% of people can spot a manipulated picture - can you?

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Circus brings a night of wonders to Skegness

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Police calling time on street drinking in Skegness

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Cybercrime - the UK’s rising and most prevalent crime

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Margaret Reeve of Croft, pictured at Low Lane, Croft, where rubbish is regularly dumped. Photo: MSKP-150717-13 ANL-170717-134327001

Villagers near Skegness at tipping point over rubbish

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Richmond Primary School's Charlie Fothergill after his haircut.

Boy from Skegness helping charity with second-ever haircut

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VIDEO: Mother films terrifying scene inside plane as it dropped towards the sea

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Jet2 has apologised after the incident

Terrifying moment plane ‘fell from the sky’ during flight home from Ibiza as passenger texted his goodbyes

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Motorists warned over delays as great summer getaway begins this weekend

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HORRIFIC: The scene of the crash

GRAPHIC VIDEO: The devastating crash footage police want drivers using their phone at the wheel to see

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Rocky the Stagecoach Bus, operations manager at Stagecoach East Midlands Ian Naylor, transport assistant at Lincolnshire County Council Peter Lincoln, Stagecoach lead driver, Anne Hardaker, with grandaughter, and Stagecoach traffic controller Chris Kelk. EMN-170507-121521001

Hop on buses in Skegness for chance to win prizes

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Police calling time on street drinking in Skegness

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The University of Northampton is a prime target for cyber hackers, a study by Johnston Press investigations has found.

Cybercrime - the UK’s rising and most prevalent crime

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UPDATE: Louth police officer admits drink-driving

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Beat manager Sally West in Lumley Road, Skegness, after a 17-hour dispersal notice was put in place by police followingr complaints about street drinkers. ANL-170718-090517001

Onlookers film and ‘make fun’ of officer assaulted while arresting street drinker in Skegness

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Alford students donate £5,600 after ‘charity week’

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Pupils reduce speeding drivers to tears in Ingoldmells

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Members of the National Citizen Service Spilsby Group (NCS) who did a car wash to raise funds to buy a defibrillator  for Toynton All Saints. ANL-170718-103310001

Youngsters in Spilsby set shining example by saving lives

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Sandpits full of bugs that cause stomach upsets

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Lead principal Jo Edwards outside Skegness Academy. ANL-170714-120022001

Skegness Academy found ‘inadequate’ by Ofsted but has ‘ambitious plan for improvement’

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VIDEO: ‘Anywhere but Skegness’ Lotto ad lady says ‘sorry’

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FEATURE: A taste of European food brings communities together

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Warning over unofficial sellers after couple sold ‘potentially unsafe’ generator in car park

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Faecal bacteria found in ice at McDonald’s, KFC and Burger King

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What has been effect of street lights switch-off in Skegness? Councillors want to know

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FEATURE: A taste of European food brings communities together

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Warning over unofficial sellers after couple sold ‘potentially unsafe’ generator in car park

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ELDC headquarters at Tedder Hall in Manby.

East Lindsey residents urged to complete electoral form

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Compromise on Skegness cemetery – but there will still be tears say bereaved

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Villagers near Skegness at tipping point over rubbish

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Skegness Town Council is calling for an update on any effect the switching off of street lights by Lincolnshire County Council is having. ANL-170718-113532001

What has been effect of street lights switch-off in Skegness? Councillors want to know

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Environment Agency officer.

Threatened native species finds safety in Lincolnshire

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Residents in Sloothby who are unhappy with the number of flies in their village. Photo: MSKP-090717-23 ANL-171007-115622001

Villagers near Skegness declare war on flies

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9 lifestyle changes could reduce your chances of getting dementia

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Members of the National Citizen Service Spilsby Group (NCS) who did a car wash to raise funds to buy a defibrillator  for Toynton All Saints. ANL-170718-103310001

Youngsters in Spilsby set shining example by saving lives

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Number of kids getting physical activity drops by 40 per cent

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Three coffees a day is the secret to a longer life

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Hospital to look into complaint over care of man from near Skegness

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