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Thanks - Charity shop retirement

I would like to take this opportunity to thank the volunteers, customers and staff of the Ambucopter Shop for all the kind words and gifts I received on my retirement from the shop.

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Horseracing - Enhancing natural ability and instinct

I read with interest Susan Buckley’s letter with regard to the Aintree Grand National;, complete with the usual ill-informed rhetoric.

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Council - Investment has never been greater

Why do political candidates print rubbish, then wear out shoes delivering it.

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Parking - Another nail in the coffin?

Despite the ever-increasing number of motorised vehicles in the world, Market Rasen’s numerous car parks have been more than able to cope without suffering the gross interference of West Lindsey’s recent restrictive parking legislation.

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Easter: Diabetics can enjoy chocolate too - in moderation

Easter is a time for family, friends and, of course, chocolate.

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MP’s column - Way forward

As a county with such a strong and flourishing agricultural sector, Lincolnshire is one of the breadbaskets of England.

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Pain - Exercise helps

According to a recent survey from Arthritis Research UK, half of people who have or have had joint pain avoid doing exercise. The joint pain puts them off. As a person who has lived with joint pain for some while, I find this worrying.

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Horses - Consider animal welfare

The Grand National course still presents the kind of perversely hazardous challenge to which no horse should be subjected.

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Imminent UK cuts to mothers tax credits are an assault on womens human rights

Imminent UK cuts to mothers’ tax credits are an assault on women’s human rights

Angela O’Hagan is a lecturer at Glasgow Caledonian University. Here she looks at how a change in tax credits for parents who have more than two children is an attack on women’s rights.

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Skate park - A lifeline for young people

I read with amazement of the idea to close the Mill Road skate park.

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MP’s Column - Regaining control

I’m delighted by the news that the Government will invoke Article 50 this week seeking our departure from the European Union.

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Support - Help to make life easier for carers

6.5 million people in the UK care, unpaid, for a disabled, older or ill family member or friend.

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Water - Apology from Anglian Water

A burst water main near Asterby, and our Flint Hill water tower, left many homes in the Wolds without water, or with only low pressure, last week. The damaged section of water pipe was directly under the River Bain, which made finding the problem more challenging. It also meant that repairing it was a significant engineering challenge.

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Charity: Why not help?

How many children’s charities in England alone are crying out for donations that would do no end in their particular fight and causes?

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MS Society: Join cake event

My dad was diagnosed with progressive multiple sclerosis (MS) when I was six.

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MP’s column: Trade post Brexit

When the Prime Minister took office she created the Department for International Trade to strengthen and augment the United Kingdom’s trading links with the rest of the world.

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Trains - Need to tackle overcrowding

There were over 50 people on the platform waiting for the 12.03 train at Market Rasen on Saturday, February 18.

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Roads - Councils should hang their heads in shame

I recently had cause to return to Lincolnshire to visit elderly relatives who live near Hemingby.

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High Street - Rise in cottage industries

People are voicing their concerns regarding the town and high on the list is the number of businesses that have gone from the main street.

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