Farmer fined over trailer crush death

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July 22, 2014

A farmer is fined £100,000 after a worker was crushed to death by a reversing trailer.
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James to play in Bunbury Festival

Lyndon James, a sport scholar from Oakham School, has been selected to take part in the 28th Bunbury Cricket Festival.
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Sharp-shooters rewarded

Top shots from Market Rasen and District Rifle Club were honoured at the annual presentation at Jossals restaurant in Market Rasen, which was well supported with members and family present on the night.
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Ancaster schoolboy Sam wins competition with ‘Dragonfly’ story

An 11-year-old pupil of Ancaster Primary School has won a creative writing competition.
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Lawrence beats the pack

It was the Medal, Stableford and Bogey all-in-one round for Rutland County members this week as a sizeable field of men and women took on the quickening, links-style course in the Rogues Trophy.
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Independent Police Complaints Commission (IPPC) Report – Use of Taser

Independent Police Complaints Commission (IPPC) Report – Use of Taser

Lincolnshire Police Comments on the Report
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County police force hailed for efficient job ‘on the cheap’

Lincolnshire Police has been hailed for doing its job efficiently ‘on the cheap’ by a new report - but county chiefs say cuts can’t continue.


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Tributes paid to Lincs ECB Premier League president Harry Pougher

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July 22, 2014
Tributes paid to Lincs ECB Premier League president Harry Pougher

Tributes have been paid to the president of the Lincs ECB Premier League,Harry Pougher, who died on Saturday aged 73. Mr Pougher first represented Lincolnshire at county level aged just 18 - while at school in Scunthorpe - and played a key role in the...
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Burglary in Barrowby and floodlight damaged in Great Gonerby

Police are appealing to the public for information regarding two recent crimes.
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Dog attacked in Allington

Police are looking into suspicious circumstances surrounding an attack on a dog in Allington yesterday.
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VIDEO: Twigg to embrace ‘unique’ Games

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July 22, 2014

Georgie Twigg says that she and her fellow England hockey players are making the most of the "unique" Commonwealth Games experience and are eager to embrace it.
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Special guests at Rutland Reminders meeting

Dementia support group Rutland Reminders’ annual meeting had two special guests.


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Wet tyres see Ben slip back

Kirton racer Ben Wilson came away from Brands Hatch on Sunday with one championship point under his belt - not much, but every point counts.
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Spectacular image: Lightning in the Humber Bridge area

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July 22, 2014
Spectacular image: Lightning in the Humber Bridge area

THE Humber Bridge area is lit up by lightning in this amazing picture, taken over the weekend. Storms hit North Lincolnshire in the early hours of Sunday, July 20. We asked you to send in your pictures after Calvin Lee of One Click Photography shared h...
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Louise launches Stricly-inspired FitSteps classes

A fitness instructor has launched a new dance class created by the stars of Strictly Come Dancing.
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TENNIS: Grantham ladies cruise to victory on the road

Grantham Tennis Club ladies’ first team played their latest Summer League Division One match at the weekend.


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Belton man accused of possessing more than 1,000 indecent photographs of children

A 61-year-old man appeared before Grantham magistrates yesterday (Monday) charged with posessing 1,043 indecent photographs of children and eight counts of making an indecent photograph of a child.
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Tasers used more than 400 times by Humberside Police

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July 22, 2014
Tasers used more than 400 times by Humberside Police

HUMBERSIDE Police officers use Tasers more than all but one force in the country, a new report has shown. The Independent Police Complaints Commission (IPCC) said the force used the weapon 462 times last year, an average of 25 uses per 100 officers. ...
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Olympian Beth inspires young stars of future

Bourne Grammar School welcomed Olympic bronze medal winner Beth Tweddle as guest of honour at its annual Sports Presentation Evening.
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Smith claims club championship title

One of the hottest days of the year greeted the Greetham members for the start of the two-day scratch to 18 handicap club championships played on the Lakes course over the weekend.
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Tilley and Hunt take top spots at Brenda Capon trophy

Last weekend saw more than 100 competitors, from both the Men’s and Ladies’ sections, contest the Brenda Capon Trophy, played in memory of one of Burghley’s Past Ladies’ Captains.


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