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UPDATE: Man (18) arrested after Lincolnshire schools targeted with ‘malicious’ hoax messages

An 18-year-old Hertfordshire man was arrested yesterday evening (Wednesday) on suspicion of making malicious communications relating to the threatening emails received by a large number of schools and colleges throughout the UK, including the Lincolnshire area.

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Deposits of the waxy substance was found on East Lincolnshire beaches.

Substance on East Lincolnshire beaches ‘was petroleum wax’

East Lindsey District Council has confirmed that the substance founds on beaches in Mablethorpe and Skegness in recent weeks has now been identified as petroleum wax.

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County Council: ‘We now have £12.4m to spend on potholes’

Lincolnshire is set to receive an additional £3.4m from the government’s Pothole Action Fund to repair local roads that have been badly affected by recent winter weather.

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Amelia Wood (11) sadly died following the collision in Manby.

BREAKING: 11-year-old girl dies following Manby collision

The 11-year-old girl who was involved in a collision in Manby on Tuesday morning (March 6) has sadly died in hospital.

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WEDNESDAY: Girl (11) remains in a serious condition after Manby collision

An 11-year-old girl involved in a collision with a car in Manby yesterday morning (Tuesday) remains in a serious condition in hospital, according to police.

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QEGS Alford pupils in Sydney, Australia.

Forget Alford... QEGS students enjoy a trip down under in Sydney!

Nine Year 12 students from Queen Elizabeth’s Grammar school in Alford have just returned from a unique study tour to Sydney, Australia.

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Gritting and snow ploughing continues in Lincolnshire

Lincolnshire gritters have been making back-to-back runs throughout the night, with further runs planned throughout today (Thursday).

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VIDEO: ‘Critical incident’ declared in Lincolnshire

Lincolnshire Police have announced that a ‘critical incident’ has now been declared, after more than 70 traffic-related incidents were reported today (Wednesday) following the adverse weather conditions.

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Police drone helps save man's life after collision near Louth

A police drone has potentially saved the life of a man who was found 'unresponsive and hypothermic' in a deep ditch in Ludborough following a collision on the A16 in the early hours of Sunday morning (February 25).

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Police recover stolen bicycle in Alford

Police recover stolen bicycle in Alford

The Mablethorpe and Alford Neighbourhood Policing Team have recovered a bicycle that was stolen earlier this week.

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Television and lawnmower stolen from Alford home

A television and an orange Husqvarna petrol lawnmower have been stolen from a residential property in the village of Well, near Alford.

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Police are investigating

Police appeal after ‘altercation’ in Alford

Lincolnshire Police are appealing for witnesses to an altercation outside the Kwik-E-Mart in Alford this morning (Monday).

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Roadworks.

Road repairs planned for B1196 between Willoughby and Welton le Marsh

Improvements will be taking place on the section of the B1196 (Hanby Lane) between Willoughby and Welton le Marsh next week.

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Canine Funbarn: Tony Bryson with one of his employees, Lizzie Quinlan.

Canine Funbarn will open its doors in Louth tomorrow

A former Army and police dog trainer will see his dream turned to reality tomorrow (Saturday, February 3) when his new ‘doggy daycare’ centre opens in Louth.

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Equinox Festival.

Five more years! Equinox Festival gets stamp of approval

The organisers of the Equinox Festival have revealed that they have been granted a five year licence to host the festival at Chalk Farm in Ludborough - where they hope to continue attracting thousands of revellers each year to enjoy a long weekend of music, art, heritage and crafts.

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Meg Worrell-Hart with her 12-year-old horse, Dave.

‘I’m terrified it will happen again’ - North Somercotes horse rider launches safety campaign after collision

A North Somercotes woman has launched a campaign after being hit by a car while riding her horse last weekend - which has left her ‘terrified’ to ride on public roads.

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Asylum seekers and refugees enjoyed a break in Sutton on Sea in August, thanks to the Sanctuary Breaks Scheme.

From Syria to Sutton: Area of Sanctuary’s support for refugees

The Greater Lincolnshire Area of Sanctuary - which began its life in Louth - has been able to support refugees and asylum seekers thanks to a grant from a national news organisation.

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Update: Mablethorpe woman ‘was burgled’ when she sustained head injuries

Lincolnshire Police are continuing to ‘keep an open mind’ after a woman sustained head injuries at her home in Mablethorpe while a burglary took place.

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Police keep ‘open mind’ over woman’s head injury in Mablethorpe

Lincolnshire Police have said they are ‘keeping an open mind’ after a woman sustained head injuries in Mablethorpe yesterday morning (Thursday).

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