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National recognition for Osgodby cheese

Osgodby cheese producers, Cote Hill, are celebrating after adding another award to their growing collection of accolades.

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From left: Brian Turner - Chef Restaurateur and President of the Royal Academy of Culinary Arts, Tim Jones of Lincolnshire Poacher, Ollie Lloyd of Great British Chefs and Wendy Wilson-Bett of Peters Yard EMN-171016-073054001

Lincolnshire Poacher named best hard cheese

Lincolnshire Poacher has won the Best Hard Cheese award at the Great British Cheese Awards for the second year running.

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Taking to the airwaves for beauty bonus at Rasen’s Spring

Radio presenter John Marshall was in Market Rasen last week to help one Rasen business celebrate its first birthday.

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Matt Warman, Sir Edward Leigh, Victoria Atkins and Dr. Caroline Johnson met with Sajid Javid, Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government.

Lincolnshire MPs meet with minister over fair funding campaign

Sir Edward Leigh, the veteran Member of Parliament for the Gainsborough constituency, has taken part in a meeting with other Lincolnshire MPs and the Rt. Hon. Sajid Javid, the Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government, about the important issue of getting a fairer funding deal from central government for local government in Lincolnshire.

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BREAKING: Louth Cattle Market has been saved!

Louth Cattle Market will be retained and refurbished - rather than sold - following a crunch vote at the East Lindsey District Council meeting this evening (October 11).

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ELDC headquarters at Tedder Hall in Manby.

D-Day for the future of the Cattle Market

A highly anticipated decision on the future of Louth’s Cattle Market will be made tonight (Wednesday), almost four years to the day since the site was first put on the market.

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Line goes dead for EE users hit by phone glitch

EE has been hit by a service outage across the UK, with customers reporting they are unable to make or receive phone calls.

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BAE Systems to cut almost 2,000 jobs - but no mention of RAF Coningsby

BAE Systems is planning to cut almost 2,000 jobs, it has been revealed.

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Lidl launch ‘hangover-free’ prosecco

If you’re prone to hangover hell every time the bubbly is popped Lidl have answered your prayers with a prosecco that’s allegedly hangover free.

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Baby food removed from shelves after discovery of plastic in stew

Asda have recalled a range of baby food from supermarket shelves following the discovery of a piece of plastic in a kids’ ready meal.

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Do you have a fortune hiding in your vinyl collection?

Could you have vinyl worth thousands in your collection?

A rare vinyl recording of cellist Jacqueline Du Pre originally being sold for £1.99 by an Oxfam shop in Thornbury, S Glos is now being offered online by the charity for £2,000.

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Warning issued over spontaneously shattering windows

A window manufacturer has issued a warning over a range of its products which may be prone to spontaneously shattering.

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The proposed homes in Horncastle Road, Wragby.

Planning approval for 49 new homes in Wragby

East Lindsey District Council’s planning committee has today (Thursday) voted to grant outline permission for 49 new homes to be built in Horncastle Road, Wragby.

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A 4Networking lunch meeting at Hemswell Court. Photo supplied.

Rasen branch of 4Networking has huge numbers joining

A Rasen business networking group has expanded so widely since its establishment earlier this year it has had to move to a new premises - and is still looking for more businesses to join.

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Have you bought your ticket for tonight's draw yet?

What could you buy with tonight’s record-breaking £167 million Euromillions jackpot?

There’s a massive £167 million up for grabs in tonight’s Euromillions draw - the biggest jackpot ever offered to lottery players in the UK.

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'Save Louth Livestock Market'.

Last sale before the final Cattle Market decision

Louth Cattle Market’s first autumn sale will take place this Thursday (October 5), and this will be the final event before the crucial decision on its future.

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Each of the newly launched films features different aspects of the Lincolnshire Wolds and focuses on three themes, including Heritage, The Active Outdoors, and an overview of the Lincolnshire Wolds. EMN-170929-153808001

New films to boost the beautiful Lincolnshire Wolds

As Lincolnshire Day approaches (1st October 1), East Lindsey District Council has launched three new films to help boost tourism in the area.

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East Lindsey District Council's executive board met at Louth Town Hall on September 27.

Executive board recommends ‘retaining and refurbishing’ Cattle Market

East Lindsey District Council’s executive board met last night (Wednesday) to consider the future of Louth’s Cattle Market facility following the recent public consultation.

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NATIONAL: 18,000 more Ryanair flights axed

NATIONAL: 18,000 more Ryanair flights axed

RYANAIR is cancelling an extra 18,000 flights in a move that will hit 400,000 customer as the fallout from the airline’s mismanagement of pilot leave intensifies.

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Drew with his sidekick Tee

Hit TV show Salvage Hunters heading to Lincolnshire - and they want to hear from you!

Salvage Hunters, the popular Quest TV and Discovery Channel show, is heading to Lincolnshire to record a special edition of the programme - and the team want to hear from you!

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