Business

Business

WATCH VIDEO - Sleaford-born comedienne Jennifer Saunders among top ten East Midlanders immortalised in used train tickets

Sleaford-born Jennifer Saunders is among the portraits by British Artist Ed Chapman, who has recreated a top ten list of greatest ever East Midlanders (as voted for by the public) out of discarded train tickets.

Transport
Call for fairer highways funding in Lincolnshire

Call for fairer highways funding in Lincolnshire

Lincolnshire County Council’s Executive Member for Highways and Transport, Councillor Richard Davies, is calling on the Government to put an end to decades of underfunding and invest more in Lincolnshire’s roads.

News
Sky Broadband & Talk is down

WiFi blackout as Sky Broadband & Talk goes down in Peterborough, Cambridgeshire and Lincolnshire

Residents in Peterborough, Cambridgeshire and Lincolnshire were without Sky Broadband & Talk after damage caused by builders.

Business
Road dressing works. EMN-180406-152913001

Delays possible due to road dressing work

A number of roads are set to be surface dressed next week, making them safer and extending their lives.

Transport
News

EA pleased with crackdown during river course fishing close season

River coarse fishing is back in full swing following a three-month close season from March 15 to June 15.

News
Paddington Bear is getting his own 50p coin Picture: The Royal Mint

Royal Mint to release special Paddington Bear 50ps and one has already sold for £16k on eBay

The Royal Mint has announced that it will be releasing special Paddington Bear coins next week.

News
Thames ambulance service makes improvements on performance for Lincolnshire patients

Thames ambulance service makes improvements on performance for Lincolnshire patients

Councillors have said progress has been made by Thames Ambulance Service since an improvement plan was put in place by Lincolnshire West Clinical Commissioning Group.

Health
Would you risk watching the World Cup at work?

Can you be sacked for watching the World Cup at work?

The World Cup is finally here and is set to takeover our lives for the next month.

Business

Royal Mail bans postal workers from flying England flags from vans during World Cup

Royal Mail has banned postal workers from flying the England flag on their vehicles during the World Cup.

More Sport

Picture special: Open Farm Sunday at Hall Farm proves to be another winner

The sun shone and the crowds turned out for another Open Farm Sunday event at Hall Farm in Stainton le Vale.

News
Lincolnshire Wolds Railway.

Tourism boost for Lincolnshire Wolds Railway

A local heritage steam railway has received a boost in its ratings as a visitor attraction following a recent inspection by one of Visit England’s Quality Assessors.

News
Chris and Tommy Haughey outside The Olive, which has relocated to the former Red Lion EMN-181206-102902001

Mediterranean success story for Rasen restaurant

A Market Rasen business, which began just 12 months ago, is relocating to larger premises to cope with demand.

News
News from the courts.

Landlords prosecuted for selective licensing offences in Gainsborough

West Lindsey District Council has successfully prosecuted three landlords for licensing offences in Gainsborough.

News
Surface dressing works on Market Rasen roads. EMN-180806-125745001

Here are roads in the Market Rasen area which are due to be resurfaced

A programme of surface dressing works will be taking place on roads in the Market Rasen area next week.

News
Improvements for rail passengers between Sleaford and Lincoln including those travelling from Metheringham station (pictured). EMN-180706-160006001

Proposed rail improvements for Lincolnshire welcomed

Plans for the future of rail services in the East Midlands have been revealed by the Department for Transport (DfT) - with welcome improvements for passengers using services in the Sleaford, Market Rasen and Skegness areas.

Transport

In Pictures: Young farmers entertain crowds at rally

From sheep shearing to egg throwing - young farmers from the county demonstrated their competitive spirit to entertain the crowds on Saturday.

Lifestyle
The opening of The Sebastapol. EMN-180528-103348001

Sebastopol is back in business

‘It’s the best thing that has happened to this village for years’...that was the reaction of Minting residents after the long-awaited re-opening of the Sebastopol Inn last Thursday evening.

News
News

Chance to appear on new Channel 4 entertainment series and win £50,000 - do you have what it takes?

A new Channel 4 entertainment series is looking for ‘interesting individuals from all walks of life’ to compete in a popularity contest to win £50,000.

News

IN PICTURES: Enthusiasts take chance to view fairground memorabilia before it goes under the hammer

A viewing has taken place today (Friday) of more than 800 pieces of fairground memorabilia owned by a Boston-area family which is set to go on sale this weekend.

Business

IN PICTURES: A scrumpy time at Carrington Rally

Organisers have announced a major headliner for next year’s Carrington Rally, which will mark 60 years since the festival began.

Arts
Load more