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Rasen business leads plastic revolution

Plastic is a hot topic at the moment, with reports showing up to 12million tonnes of plastic waste end up in the sea each year.

Environment
Town Council to show sympathy towards traders who are finding business slow. Picture: Rasen Market Place.

Council in bid to boost Rasen market days

Councillors in Rasen are looking at new initiatives in their latest bid to increase trade on the town’s market days.

Politics
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St Valentine’s Day anniversary for Tealby’s Narnia-inspired boutique

February 14 is designated as the day of love, and for one Tealby business it is also a day of celebration.

Business
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Wheels of misfortune: Tour of the Wolds not happening this year

Some of the world’s top cyclists won’t be racing in the Lincolnshire Wolds this summer after organisers said the event won’t return until at least 2019.

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Bright future as Claxby business is awarded five-star rating

A Claxby business is celebrating after achieving a five-star food hygiene rating from West Lindsey District Council - just five months after opening.

Business
A site plan of the proposed cafeteria and manege area at the property. EMN-180502-162643001

Plans for cafe and manege at Claxby centre get the go-ahead

Major improvements at an equestrian centre used by the British Showjumping team have been approved by West Lindsey District Council.

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Share your views on improvements to Lincolnshire Coastal Highway

Lincolnshire County Council is encouraging people to get in touch with their views on improving the Lincolnshire Coastal Highway route, which runs from the A1 along the A46 to Lincoln and then through the A158 to Skegness.

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Rasen MP delight at ‘superfast’ roll-out

Market Rasen MP Sir Edward Leigh has backed the Government’s recent campaign to improve broadband speeds in rural communities.

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Swift response after reporting on Rasen Road pothole

Just a day after the Rasen Mail reported on the trouble a deep pothole in Rasen Road was causing to drivers, a team from Lincolnshire Highways has been on site to repair it.

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County council highways staff repairing potholes on Moor Lane, Leasingham. EMN-180131-170041001

Extra £1.7 million given to county to deal with potholes - but ‘still more to do’ says council

The county council has been given an additional £1.7m to deal with potholes across Lincolnshire - bringing the total to £4.2m funding from the Government for the problem so far.

Transport
RAF Typhoons at Nellis Air Force Base. Picture: SAC James Skerrett. EMN-180502-124601001

RAF Coningsby Typhoon’s take part in world’s largest air combat exercise

Fighter jets from RAF Coningsby have been invited to take part in the world’s largest and most complex air combat exercise.

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Lessons still to be learnt for farmers in Lincolnshire

Inspections carried out on Lincolnshire farms during the potato harvest have presented some positive results, but there are still areas for improvement.

Business
B&M launch new budget friendly wedding range

B&M launch new budget friendly wedding range

Weddings can be expensive affairs but high street retailer B&M has released a new selection of wedding accessories to make your big day that bit more affordable with prices starting at just one pound.

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Research reveals what Brits would do if they won the lottery

According to latest research, in the event of a lottery win, 61% of Brits say they would hide the news from friends and family in a bid to keep the winnings for themselves.

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Legal expert warns of ‘tidal storm’

One of the region’s leading property lawyers, Wilkin Chapman Solicitors, has warned of a ‘tidal storm’, which is set to hit the buy-to-let market.

Business
Canine Funbarn: Tony Bryson with one of his employees, Lizzie Quinlan.

Canine Funbarn will open its doors in Louth tomorrow

A former Army and police dog trainer will see his dream turned to reality tomorrow (Saturday, February 3) when his new ‘doggy daycare’ centre opens in Louth.

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Dating show looking for single men in Lincolnshire - are you interested?

Are you single and looking for love? If so, why not apply for the new series of Blind Date.

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New council tax freedoms ‘will raise just one fifth of budget reductions for Lincolnshire’

New council tax freedoms will raise just one fifth of budget reductions for Lincolnshire, according to new figures published by the County Councils Network (CCN).

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Chloe Betmead, of Bardney Church of England and Methodist School, meets the telehandler she named as part of Chestnut Homes competition EMN-180124-070747001

Naming Norman at Bardney

A Bardney schoolgirl met the new telehandler she named as part of a housebuilder’s competition.

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Plans submitted to WLDC for former banks in Market Rasen and Caistor town centres

New life could be breathed into the area’s former bank buildings, if proposed plans get the go-ahead.

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