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RECENT NOSTALGIA: Scouts dig deep for the environment

Members of 1st Skegness Scouts planted 30 trees at Skegness Environment Centre, in Richmond Drive, 10 years ago as part of National Tree Week.


REVEALED: How to get money off Amazon purchases before the Boxing Day sales

Looking to bag a bargain before the Boxing Day sales start?

St Peter and St Pauls Primary School, in Burgh le Marsh, in 2007.

RECENT NOSTALGIA: Burgh pupils’ lesson in community awareness

Pupils at St Peter and St Paul’s Primary School, in Burgh le Marsh, received a lesson in community awareness 10 years ago.


Aby woman, 75, faces harassment claim

A 75-year-old woman is due to appear in court next month after being charged with harassing a man and woman in Aby.

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Former police chief becomes chairman of Lincolnshire’s hospitals trust

United Lincolnshire Hospitals Trust has appointed a former police chief as its new interim chairman.

Santa Fun Run winner George Wilson, nine, of Skegness, out in front.

Skegness Christmas Market and Santa Fun Run made for a festive weekend in Skegness

Thousands of shoppers and hundreds of hardy Santas hit the streets of Skegness this weekend as two Yuletide traditions made their return.

Primary School news

REVEALED: The Lincolnshire primary schools which fail to meet government standards

These are the Lincolnshire primary schools which fail to meet national targets for pupil progress.

Late night shopping in Skegness 10 years ago.

RECENT NOSTALGIA: Sweet success in fancy dress contest

On the second Thursday of late night shopping 10 years ago, businesses in Skegness took part in a fancy dress contest.

Householders are urged to get their homes winter ready

Cleaning companies fined more than £1.6m after breaking competition law

Two cleaning companies, one of which has a base in the Skegness area, have been fined more than £1.6m for breaking competition law after being found to be market sharing, it has been confirmed.

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Record-number of people helped by Lincolnshire charity

First responder charity LIVES recorded its busiest month ever in November, with 1,972 people in Lincolnshire being helped by a volunteer responder during the four week period.

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Motorist avoids jail after admitting causing death of Hemingby man

A Lincolnshire motorist who admitted causing the death of a Hemingby scooter rider on a country road in Bucknall today (Thursday) avoided an immediate jail sentence at Lincoln Crown Court.

REVEALED: What inmates in our prisons will be tucking into on Christmas Day

REVEALED: What inmates in our prisons will be tucking into on Christmas Day

Prison bosses have revealed the menu inmates in English prisons can expect this Christmas.

Johnston Press awarded funding from Google Innovation Initiative

Johnston Press awarded funding from Google Innovation Initiative

This newspaper, published by Johnston Press, today announces that it has won two separate grants from the Digital News Initiative Innovation Fund, which is backed by Google.

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Elderly couple had ‘no idea’ why they stole goods

Married Stickney pensioners Ann and Barry Pearson, who stole more than £100 worth of goods from a store in Skegness, told magistrates they had ‘no idea’ why they had done it.

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

Despite a catalogue of minor and more serious collision on Lincolnshire’s roads in recent days due to ice and snow, the county council says its gritters have covered a distance equal to a trip to the South Pole and back.

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Teen who ‘assaulted man after he made inappropriate comments to her’ discharged by magistrates

A Boston teenager, who assaulted a man in a Skegness night spot, has been told by magistrates that she does ‘not need to be punished’ after hearing from her solicitor.

Breaking news

Lincolnshire health committee vote of no confidence in non-emergency patient transport

Lincolnshire’s Health Scrutiny Committee has given a damning assessment of the current non-emergency patient transport service in the county, provided by Thames Ambulance Service Limited (TASL), which has culminated in a unanimous vote of no confidence in the service.

Peter Kay cancels UK tour - how to get your refund

Peter Kay cancels UK tour - how to get your refund

Peter Kay’s first live stand-up tour in eight years has been cancelled because of “unforeseen family circumstances”, the comedian said in a statement.

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Funding opportunity for Greater Lincolnshire business projects

Bids are now being accepted for the next round of the European Regional Development Fund.

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Police appeal for information on missing teenager from Skegness

Lincolnshire Police are appealing for anyone who knows the whereabouts of 16-year-old Shane Bunker.

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