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Warning over contaminated food link to C. diff superbug

The notorious hospital super bug C. diff could be spread through contaminated food, a new study warned.

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McDonald’s will roll out its new UK home delivery service this summer

Hold onto your hats fast food lovers - you will soon to be able to have your Big Mac and McFlurry delivered straight to your front door.

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Jay Hutton, Alice Perrin and Steven Porter of E4's Tattoo Fixers

E4’s Tattoo Fixers looking for ink disasters in Lincolnshire

Do you have an embarrassing tattoo? Well you could be in luck as Channel 4’s Tattoo Fixers are looking for people from Lincolnshire to appear on the show.

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Money-laundering revealed as ‘counterfeit’ fivers turn out to be worn-out genuine notes

What were feared fake versions of the new ‘counterfeit-proof’ fiver have turned out to be genuine, washed-out notes.

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COMMENT: Property market could stall until after election

The country is unmoved, literally, by another election.

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Three exciting new features coming to your Facebook

Three exciting new features coming to your Facebook

Augmented reality, virtual reality and a chat assistant that knows when you’re hungry – Facebook is making some big changes in 2017.

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Have you got any of the paper 5 notes left? Picture: Bank of England.

REVEALED: How long you’ve got to spend your old paper fivers

The Bank of England will be withdrawing legal tender status of the paper £5 note, featuring Elizabeth Fry, on May 5 - and is encouraging anyone who still has one of the notes to spend them over the next month.

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Kids’ rusks recalled over allergy fears

Three cake rusk products have been recalled because they contain egg, wheat and milk which are not correctly declared on the labels.

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Have you seen the Bengal tigers in their new home?

The UK’s largest collection of Royal Bengal tigers have been introduced to their brand new home at Lincolnshire Wildlife Park in Friskney.

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Criminals can steal PIN by tracking motion of your phone

WARNING: Criminals can steal PIN by tracking motion of your phone

Hackers can steal PINs and passwords simply from the way we tilt smartphones when typing in information, say security experts.

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Bales of dumped landfill waste.

Farmers are hit by waste scam

The Environment Agency (EA) is warning landowners about two recent ‘waste bale scam’ incidents in Lincolnshire.

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Average commuter spends �48K in their career - just to get to work

Average commuter spends £48K in their career - just to get to work

The average British commuter will spend over £48,000 across their working lifetime - just to get to the office.

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Have you got any of the paper £5 notes left? Picture: Bank of England.

Here’s how long you’ve got to spend your old paper fivers

Got any paper £5 notes that you’ve been hanging on to? It’s time to get them spent ...

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How to find out if someone is ‘stalking’ you on Facebook

How to find out if someone is ‘stalking’ you on Facebook

Facebook has introduced a new feature which allows users to see who has been looking at their profile.

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New Samsung Galaxy security risk

New Samsung Galaxy security risk

The facial recognition security feature on the Samsung Galaxy S8 can be easily bypassed by using a picture of the owner, according to experts.

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Average commuter spends £48K in their career - just to get to work

Average commuter spends £48K in their career - just to get to work

The average British commuter will spend over £48,000 across their working lifetime - just to get to the office.

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The adorable Chip mug

Primark has responded to #chipgate in the best way possible

Social media went mad earlier this month after customers desperate to get their hands on the latest must-have product were disappointed when Primark sold out.

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There are fears that Rasens parking charges will damage the high street but West Lindsey District Council  has already committed to review the strategy six months after the charges were introduced. EMN-170327-084128001

Survey of Rasen businesses reveals ‘startling’ results as WLDC promises investment is on way

West Lindsey District Council has stressed it is planning to invest in Market Rasen amid claims the introduction of parking charges is a ‘huge mistake’.

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Fears for the future: Rasen business owners raise concerns over controversial parking charges

Almost two thirds of Market Rasen business owners say controversial parking charges - introduced by West Lindsey District Council - will harm their long-term prospects.

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