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Console Corner: Hungry Shark signals change of tide in video gaming world

An announcement from Ubisoft this week has signalled a real change of tide in the world of video games.

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Town Council becomes ‘second in the country’ to be granted new planning powers

Horncastle Town Council has been granted the power to make some planning decisions in the town, after it was agreed by East Lindsey District Council at their Full Council meeting yesterday evening (Wednesday).

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Market Rasen Ladies’ Day preview: Paul Nicholls plays strong hand in 188BET Summer Plate

No horse has ever successfully defended the richest race run at Market Rasen Racecourse – the 188BET Summer Plate – but Alcala is aiming to do just that in front of ITV cameras.

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Part of the outdoor learning area at the Ladybirds Preschool in Keelby.

Keelby Pre-School returns to ‘Good’ grade

A Keelby preschool has gone from ‘inadequate’ to ‘good’ in just four months after impressing inspectors during a recent Ofsted visit.

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Lincolnshire League.

Lincs League cup draws made

Draws for the Lincolnshire League’s Challenge Cup and Supplementary Cup have been made.

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80 per cent of parents’ mental health suffered after their time on a neonatal unit

Research has revealed that 80 per cent of parents whose babies were admitted into neonatal care think that their mental health suffered after their experience.

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Potholes are being repaired quicker.

Council winning the pothole battle - Coun Richard Davies

Lincolnshire County Council is on course to repair more than 40,000 potholes this year - and surface dress more than 300 miles of roads.

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Blood in your wee: Lives in East Midlands at risk by not looking for signs of cancer

Blood in wee is a crucial symptom of bladder and kidney cancer, yet only 14% of those most at risk in East Midlands – aged 50 or over – check the colour of their wee every time they go to the toilet.

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Local skate clothing company Royale will be organising a Skate Jam event at the new park later in the year.

Monthly column from Market Rasen Town Council

The monthly column from Market Rasen Town Council with updates on key issues affecting the town.

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VIDEO interview with new chief executive of Lincolnshire County Council

Keith Ireland, the new chief executive for Lincolnshire County Council hopes that a bid for greater devolved powers by four authorities across the East Midlands will actually bring decision making closer to local people.
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Veteran Aaron Black, is just one of the many veterans who suffered from PTSD after service.

Mother tells of continual torment after son commits suicide following horrors of military service in Afghanistan

Every day June Black apologises to her son Aaron while looking at a photograph of him in his military uniform.

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Critical plea from Caistor hedgehog charity

A Caistor-based animal charity has issued a critical plea for donations of dry cat biscuits.

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Lincolnshire supermarkets help raise astonishing £5 million for children's cancer charity

Lincolnshire supermarkets help raise astonishing £5 million for children's cancer charity

Morrisons stores in Louth, Skegness, Spalding and Stamford have raised an incredible amount of money for children and young people's cancer charity CLIC Sargent.

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The Adaptalux Glow can be used as a night light for reading and can change colour.

The future’s bright for innovative South Willingham company

A budding entrepreneur who started out in his parents’ garage in South Willingham has launched a new gadget which he hopes will inspire a new generation of smart lighting products.

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Urgent review needed into how MOD records ‘increasing’ veteran suicide rate

The “British stiff upper lip” attitude to death and the UK system of recording deaths means there is not enough accurate information about suicides in this country.
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The leisure centre site in Gainsborough Road.

‘We’ve got to go out and get that pool’ - action group set up

An action group calling for a swimming pool in Market Rasen has been set up after a public meeting on Friday evening saw the town’s deputy mayor tell residents ‘we’ve got to go out and do it’.

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Police are now investigating the theft

Girl sustains broken leg in non-stop RTC in Market Rasen

Lincolnshire Police have issued an appeal for information after a young girl sustained a broken leg in a non-stop RTC on Sunday afternoon (July 15).

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What happened this day in history: July 18

1290 - King Edward I issued the Edict of Expulsion, banishing all Jews (about 16,000) from England.

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East Midlands Ambulance Service.

EMAS commits to help employees who become terminally ill at work

On Monday, July 16, EMAS added its name to a charter aimed at helping employees who become terminally ill at work.

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