Chief’s fear on cutbacks

More than 230 of Lincolnshire’s 1,100 police officers could be lost with millions likely to be slashed from the force’s funding over the next four years.


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Tickets are still available for Teenage Dirtbag pop-punkers…

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October 1, 2014
Tickets are still available for Teenage Dirtbag pop-punkers…

Time is slowly running out but you can still see American band Wheatus in concert later this month.The musicians, who had a smash hit with Teenage Dirtbag in 2000, are from Northport, New York, and formed in 1995.It has been an incredible journey ...
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Market Rasen scientist chosen as university’s student of the…

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October 1, 2014
Market Rasen scientist chosen as university’s student of the…

A student from Lincolnshire has been chosen from more than 2,000 people to be her university's student of the month.Second year Harper Adams student, Kelly Hoodless, chose to study animal science instead of veterinary medicine due to the cour...
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Cat expert from Lincoln to feature in new BBC television series

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October 1, 2014
Cat expert from Lincoln to feature in new BBC television series

A cat expert from Lincoln is to feature in a new three-part television series.It follows on from the success of last year's BBC Horizon investigation into the secret life of cats living in one village.Cat Watch 2014: The New Horizon Experiment, to be b...
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You owe us a big response

Manager Pat Rayment has 
demanded “a big response” from Spalding United’s squad on Saturday.


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Neighbour calls for action to tackle infamous Grantham ‘grot spot’

This photo of rubbish on the infamous ‘grot spot’ corner of Grantley Street and Railway Terrace was posted on the Journal’s Facebook page by Hayley Winfield.


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Chand: ‘We will take nothing for granted’

Joint-manager John Chand has warned Holbeach United to “take nothing for granted”.


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Campaign to save Grimsby tower blocks is hotting up as MPs step…

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October 1, 2014
Campaign to save Grimsby tower blocks is hotting up as MPs step…

The campaign to save Grimsby's iconic tower blocks from demolition is stepping up. Shoreline has announced it will demolish the six East Marsh blocks – leaving 650 people in need of a new home. Local MPs Austin Mitchell and Martin Vickers have n...
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11-year-old autistic boy trapped in Horncastle Library after hours

An autistic boy on holiday with his parents got locked in Horncastle library and had to be rescued by his frantic family who thought he had gone missing.
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11-year-old autistic boy trapped in Horncastle Library after hours

An autistic boy on holiday with his parents got locked in Horncastle library and had to be rescued by his frantic family who thought he had gone missing.
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Family and friends to gather for funeral of moped crash victim…

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October 1, 2014
Family and friends to gather for funeral of moped crash victim…

The family and friends of Stow teenager Jacques Mayo will gather to remember him at a heartfelt service tomorrow.The 16-year-old loved everything with two wheels, and frequently went out to visit friends on his moped.He had just started an agricultural...
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Gravity Fields captures the imagination of Stamford crowd

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October 1, 2014

Gravity Fields shows in Stamford captured the imagination of the town as it celebrated excellent sales of the Sir Isaac Newton inspired event.
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Gravity Fields captures the imagination of Stamford crowd

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October 1, 2014

Gravity Fields shows in Stamford captured the imagination of the town as it celebrated excellent sales of the Sir Isaac Newton inspired event.
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Central Lincolnshire Local Plan consultation is now open (1 Oct – 11 Nov)

Have your say on how long-term growth of housing, jobs, shops and schools takes place across Lincoln, North Kesteven and West Lindsey over the next 20 years.
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Would you want to be served by Tesco Chief executive Dave Lewis…

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October 1, 2014

If you go shopping in Grimsby or Cleethorpes Tesco stores in the next few months, you could be in for a big surprise.Chief executive Dave Lewis and more than 4,000 head office and corporate staff will be stacking shelves and manning the tills at stores...
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Shop raiders flee with £4,00 haul

Smash and grab raiders are believed to have fled with cigarettes worth more than £4,000 following an early morning attack on the One Stop shop in Holbeach.


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LIVES charity seeks Lloyds grant vote

There is just over a week left for local to people to vote for LIVES, the Lincolnshire-based charity looking to win up to £3,000 in a community award scheme.


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VIDEO – demolition ongoing of industrial site for new housing and car park in Sleaford

Work has been well underway this week with the demolition of a disused industrial building to make way for new council housing and a public car park.
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Maltby Le Marsh darts playing set for Lakeside TV debut

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October 1, 2014

A darts star from Maltby Le Marsh has become the first ever Lincolnshire lad to qualify for the televised Lakeside World Championships.
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Creator and star of ‘Grimsby’ Sacha Baron Cohen due to be a dad…

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October 1, 2014
Creator and star of ‘Grimsby’ Sacha Baron Cohen due to be a dad…

The creator of the controversial film Grimsby, Sacha Baron Cohen, is reportedly to become a father for the third time.It's been reported that his wife of four years, actress Isla Fisher, who also stars in the film with him, is pregnant.The couple alrea...
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Petrol storage rules change and how it will affect you in…

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October 1, 2014
Petrol storage rules change and how it will affect you in…

The legislation around the storage of petrol has changed today and you may have to inform Lincolnshire Fire and Rescue. Petrol is allowed to be stored at home but only in strict compliance with safety guidelines.New Petroleum (Consolidation) Regul...
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