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Osgodby producer to stage cheesemaking demo at Countryside Lincs

Learn about cheese making with a specialist demo from one of Lincolnshire’s popular family-led dairy farmers at Countryside Lincs next month.

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BREAKING: Horncastle’s NatWest branch to close

The Horncastle branch of NatWest bank is set to close in September, it has been revealed today (Thursday).

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Aldi candles selling for big money on eBay after selling out nationwide within hours

A collection of Aldi Mother’s Day candles are being flogged for up to 11 times the retail price on eBay, after being compared to luxury bath and body brand Jo Malone, and selling out in just minutes.

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‘Be alert, not alarmed’ say Humberside Police

Following the tragic events that unfolded in London yesterday, Assistant Chief Constable Andy McDyer has issued a statement.

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Rasen Council pushes for funds for new skate park

Market Rasen’s mayor has confirmed the town council is looking to replace the Mill Road skate park which is currently ‘beyond economic repair’.

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Rasen Round Tablers ready to ‘row the distance’

Members of Market Rasen Round Table are preparing to say ‘Up Yours to Cancer’ by rowing 55 miles across the English Channel .

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An average of two child sex offences recorded every day by Lincolnshire Police new NSPCC stats show

An average of two child sex offences recorded every day by Lincolnshire Police new NSPCC stats show

The number of child sex offences recorded by Lincolnshire Police rose to 738 last year – an average of just over two a day – according to new figures obtained by the NSPCC.

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Rasen MP ‘safe’ following Westminster attack

MP takes to Twitter to declare himself and his team safe

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LIVE THURSDAY: Hero police officer and woman who died named after Westminster terror attack, eight arrested in raids across UK

Four people have died in the Westminster terror attack including the police officer who was stabbed and his attacker

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A 3D visual impression of how the facilities at the new aqua park will take shape.

A £65,000 splash for Mablethorpe with news of the East Coast’s first Aqua Park

Mablethorpe is set to be the ‘home’ of the East Coast’s first multi-purpose Aqua Park.

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VIDEO: ‘Mystery’ cat on the prowl in Rasen area?

An Osgodby farmer has unveiled footage of a mystery feline that he claims is ‘totally different to a domestic cat’.

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Lincolnshire people invited to understand more about autism this World Autism Awareness Week

Lincolnshire Autism Partnership is urging people understand more about autism this World Autism Awareness Week (March 27 – April 2).

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Town council looks at new CCTV service for Caistor

Caistor could be fitted with a new CCTV system, if a proposal put before the town council is accepted.

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Lindt Easter eggs recalled over health risk

Two Easter eggs, made by a popular premium chocolate brand have been recalled after it was revealed that they could pose a health risk to some customers.

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When do the clocks go forward in 2017?

The light nights are coming - and hopefully they’ll bring some warmer weather with them.

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Councillors support beer festival

Support from West Lindsey District Councillors has enabled the popular Gainsborough beer festival to purchase vital equipment.

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Moggy or mountain lion? Farmer captures 'mystery' feline on camera

Could a ‘mystery’ creature be on the prowl in the Rasen area?

It could just be a moggy, but a farmer from the Market Rasen area claims a camera set up on his farm has recorded a ‘mystery feline’.

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Overnight ‘ram raid’ at North Kelsey field

Overnight ‘ram raid’ at North Kelsey field

A ram was stolen from a field in Carr Road, North Kelsey, earlier this week.

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A dentist at work, as figures show that the number of tooth extractions in hospital for children aged four and under has risen by almost a quarter in the last decade.

Worrying rise in young children having milk teeth removed ‘due to decay caused by too much sugar’

The number of tooth extractions in hospital for children aged four and under has risen by almost a quarter in the last decade, figures show.

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