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Girl backs friend’s cancer fight

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East Lindsey District Council headquarters at Tedder Hall in Manby.

Fresh controversy over proposed Gypsy and Traveller sites in East Lindsey

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VIDEO: It’s panto time again in Skegness – oh. yes it!

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Bins eing collected.

East Lindsey residents will have to pay £40 for green waste collections

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Rare Black Moon to rise tomorrow night

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New £2.1million project to help Lincolnshire’s unemployed get back into work

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Teenager assualted young woman with stiletto

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Argos creates more than 10,000 Christmas jobs

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Martha's skin after using the wipes.

Mums call for Aldi to recall ‘sensitive’ baby wipes after children’s allergic reaction

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Skegness police charge man with wounding

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Children’s centre celebrates 125 years with steam train to Skegness

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Fuel leak after crash at Croft Bank

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Motorist dies after crash on A16

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Man dies after motorcycle crash on A158 at Hagworthingham

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Celebrate Lincolnshire Day – travel for a pound!

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Teenager assualted young woman with stiletto

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Skegness police charge man with wounding

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Chief Insp Jim Tyner with a key message on Twitter.

East Lindsey’s chief inspector with a novel message on rural crime

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Witness plea after disturbance in Skegness

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Skegness school’s plea to former students to inspire new generation

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Seathorne County Primary School celebrates Roald Dahl Day

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Headteacher of the Woodlands Academy Chris Armond. ANL-160917-091221001

Speciial school in Spilsby welcomes academy status

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New headteacher Jo Edwards outside Skegness Academy. ANL-161009-160742001

Meet the new head of Skegness Academy

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The reception class at the Richmond School in Skegness. ANL-160913-142743001

First day at the Richmond School in Skegness

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New £2.1million project to help Lincolnshire’s unemployed get back into work

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Argos

Argos creates more than 10,000 Christmas jobs

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Martha's skin after using the wipes.

Mums call for Aldi to recall ‘sensitive’ baby wipes after children’s allergic reaction

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Shortlist for the Select Lincolnshire Awards has been announced

Local businesses in the running for Select Lincolnshire Food, Drink & Hospitality Awards 2016

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Fresh controversy over proposed Gypsy and Traveller sites in East Lindsey

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Bins eing collected.

East Lindsey residents will have to pay £40 for green waste collections

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Pictured are (from left) Tracy Foster (Sleaford office - 15 years), managing director Adrian Reynolds, Annette Stewart (Boston office - 15 years), Sandy Jarratt (Boston office - 15 years), director Ian Phillips, Linda Steele (Melton office - 25 years) and Lisa Watson (Newark office - 15 years).

Long-serving members of staff at Lincolnshire accountants recognised

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Councillor Adam Grist, Portfolio Holder for Rural Economy and Market Towns, at Louths Riverhead.

ELDC’s Action Plan for regeneration aims to strengthen local economy

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McDonald's Restaurant. Library image.

McDonald’s restaurant in Sleaford condemned after refusing to take Scottish bank notes

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Plea to EA over silt in River Steeping near Wainfleet

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PREMIER INN UPDATE: ‘We’ll fight on’ say Skegness Save Our Foreshore group

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Skegness beach and pier.

Final call to join in coastal clean-up

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Daddy longlegs invasion

Plague of 200 billion giant daddy longlegs on the way

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Mum’s warning about kissing your baby if carrying virus that 60% of us already have

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Listening to loud music on personal devices could be leading to an epidemic of deafness among young people, a study shows.

Headphones causing hidden hearing loss ‘epidemic’

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Lincolnshire Police Chief Constable Neil Rhodes.

Police chief raises concerns about ambulance cover after officers have to ferry patients to A&E

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Dr Kapadia Suneil.

COLUMN: £25m invested in upgrading hospital sites across Lincolnshire

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Introducing egg and peanut at early stage to babies may reduce the risk of developing an allergy to either foodstuff. (Photo: Shutterstock)

Feeding egg and peanuts to young infants “reduces allergy risk”

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