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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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Authority - Services would become worse

I am sick to death of hearing Martin Hill pontificating about how good one super council would be.

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Consultation - A sensible outcome

At the meeting of the county council last Friday, the County council agreed to address the future of local government with the District and City councils during the late summer, to work out the best possible roadmap for the future of local government in Lincolnshire.

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Navy Reunion - Reliving camaraderie

Many are missing the camaraderie of those who served in the Royal Navy.

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MP Column - Council change

Since the proposal to create a mayor for Lincolnshire in George Osborne’s last budget statement as chancellor there has been a flurry of ideas for changing our local government set-up.

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NHS IN CRISIS: ‘We need national publicity of the issues we have campaigned on locally for years’ – your letters

NHS IN CRISIS: ‘We need national publicity of the issues we have campaigned on locally for years’ – your letters

We asked readers to write in with their own stories and suggestions about the NHS in response to our investigation this week.

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Abuse - Close loopholes to protect kids

In light of the football abuse scandal, our nation has had to face up to addressing a culture of abuse and lax safeguarding in sports clubs of all levels.

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Council - We need more than just one

Re: Unitary authority proposal. For sure there will be more work for parish and town councils to do if we get this unitary authority.

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Sheep attacks -Dogs should be under control

My heart goes out to yet another farmer who has lost his sheep through irresponsible dog owners.

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Referendum - Exciting time

Over the last week, Lincolnshire residents will recall local politicians putting their views forward as to whether Lincolnshire’s eight councils should be replaced by a unitary system.

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LETTER: PM listened to our views

Prime Minister Theresa May has provided much-needed clarity in her Brexit speech where she set out the Government’s 12 negotiating objectives.

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LETTER: Priase for our gritting teams

It is all too easy to criticise the county council when it comes to keeping our roads safe.

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Appeal - Can you help with knitting?

I am writing to ask readers who enjoy knitting to support SPANA’s ‘Big Knit for Vet Kit’ fundraising campaign this January and February.

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Dog fouling - Time to walk pets elsewhere

After allowing myself to study and digest the contents of the headline and the following gripe by Caistor town councillor Clive Rudd in last week’s Market Rasen Mail, I came to my own conclusion regarding those people who allow their pet dogs to run completely wild on someone else’s land.

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