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Skegness man appears in court charged with murder of Ingoldmells dad of three

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Launching Lincolnshire Polices new fitness scheme. Pictured from left - Louise OReilly, Chief Constable Bill Skelly, D/Sgt Philip Elliot, Kirsty James, Dan Rogers (Commercial Manager, YMCA Lincolnshire), Julie Bratton, PC Emma Nash, Trevor Mealing, Insp Jesbir Kumar, T/Insp Rachel Harrison, Julie Wilkins (Lincolnshire Police, Chief of Staff) and Dr Hannah Henderson. EMN-180119-121928001

Lincolnshire Police launch new staff fitness and wellbeing programme

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Lincolnshire Coastal Highway: Progress following ‘engagement meetings’

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East Lindsey crime: Burglaries fall while sexual offences rise

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RECENT NOSTALGIA: Cricket club crowned champions

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Sex offender from near Spilsby fined after failing to report to police

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Video of moment Lincolnshire Police seize two hare coursing dogs at Digby Fen which have now been rehomed

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UPDATE: Two casualties freed in serious accident that closed A1028 near Ulceby Cross

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A Skegness shop owner has pleaded guilty to selling unsafe toys. ANL-180118-145631001

Skegness shop owner pleads guilty to selling unsafe toys

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The Bucko family - Leah, Judah and Elijah - wisht tp thank the public for their support following the sad death of their baby Reuben Josiah ANL-180116-113236001

‘He was still our miracle baby because we got to meet him’

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Major Nottingham station fire impacts Lincolnshire rail network

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Armed police set to patrol railways across the country

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The roads are expected to be extra busy this Friday

Warning not to travel on ‘frantic Friday’

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The county council's new generation gritter - 'The Beast'. EMN-171213-175949001

Lincolnshire’s gritters drive the equivalent of to the South Pole and back to keep roads safe

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Snow in the Wolds today. Photo: Horncastle Police

Number of crashes on Lincolnshire roads due to snow - latest police advice

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Skegness man appears in court charged with murder of Ingoldmells dad of three

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Launching Lincolnshire Polices new fitness scheme. Pictured from left - Louise OReilly, Chief Constable Bill Skelly, D/Sgt Philip Elliot, Kirsty James, Dan Rogers (Commercial Manager, YMCA Lincolnshire), Julie Bratton, PC Emma Nash, Trevor Mealing, Insp Jesbir Kumar, T/Insp Rachel Harrison, Julie Wilkins (Lincolnshire Police, Chief of Staff) and Dr Hannah Henderson. EMN-180119-121928001

Lincolnshire Police launch new staff fitness and wellbeing programme

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East Lindsey crime: Burglaries fall while sexual offences rise

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News from the courts ANL-171019-151707001

Sex offender from near Spilsby fined after failing to report to police

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Consultation on ‘special educational needs and disabilities’ vision for Lincolnshire

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Deadline looms for parents to apply for primary school places

Deadline day looms for parents to apply for primary school places in Lincolnshire

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The Richmond School in Skegness will be closed on Thursday. ANL-180201-073516001

Skegness school closes for staff to attend a funeral of much-loved staff member

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Paula Swain and her husband, Patrick, at Skegness Business Awards. ANL-171229-154115001

Chapel St Leonards woman following her dreams

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Skegness Grammar School students Finlay Chatterton-Smith and Bradley Walker who took part in the Historical Associations Great Debate. ANL-171229-115333001

Students from Skegness make history in debate

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Lincolnshire Coastal Highway: Progress following ‘engagement meetings’

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Job hopeful Jo Richardson (left) who made a mock cocktail under the watchful eye of catering team leader Glyn Price. ANL-180117-180034001

Hundreds flock to jobs fair at Butlins in Skegness

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A National Trust volunteer serving in the tea room at Berrington Hall. Photo: Ian Shaw EMN-180117-124825001

National Trust looking for volunteers to help at historic properties across Lincolnshire

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East Lindsey District Council have agreed to pay for the demolition of the pavilion in Tower Gardens, Skegness. ANL-180115-162130001

Council in Skegness vote for future security in 4.75% precept rise

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Council in Skegness vote for future security in 4.75% precept rise

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Pictured from left to right is: Alan Gordon-Griffiths, part of the shore crew; Sarah Whattam, RNLI East Midlands Community Fundraising Manager; Craig Willard, Station Mechanic; Richard Watson, Coxswain; Anne May, Fundraising Secretary; Nick Chambers, Chief Executive of LACE Housing.

RNLI in Skegness ‘gobsmacked’ by generous donation

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Nigel Farage has admitted he may back a second referendum on Brexit

Nigel Farage admits he could back second Brexit referendum

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Lincolnshire County Council’s Chief Executive to step down

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Lincolnshire firefighters will offer vulnerable residents free Safe and Well checks at their homes.

Firefighters to give safety and wellness checks to residents

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Iceland announces plastic-free packaging plan

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Floods along the east coast in January 1953. ANL-180801-112056001

‘We live in constant danger’: Anniversary of 1953 floods which claimed 43 lives looms

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Rubbish overflowing from an industrial bin serving six flats in Cranwell Close. Now tenants have been told they will get individual bins. ANL-181201-123233001

Joy as tenants in Skegness struggling with rubbish are promised more bins

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What to do with your real Christmas trees after the festive season

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Lincolnshire Police launch new staff fitness and wellbeing programme

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Lincs & Notts Air Ambulance to become operational ‘24 hours a day’

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Reminder to buy medicine over the counter

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Pilgrim Hospital, Boston

Trust’s £90m payout due to patient errors

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VIDEO: More than half of workers believe they have caught a bug from a poorly colleague

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