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Courageous Long Sutton girl Alice plans big birthday after beating the odds to survive

Health
Coun Sally Slade

As a portfolio holder, no day is the same

Opinion 1
Crown Court News

Man jailed for causing double fatal crash near Littleport

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Holbeach Market in the car park

YOUR VIEW: Holbeach market move makes sense

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Illegal cigarettes and booze operation in Spalding nets £12,000 catch

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Nation’s chance to achieve fresh start

Opinion

Do the numbers add up on a wafer-thin blue police bill?

Crime 1

Obese children ‘more likely to struggle at school’

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GALILEO STATISTICS: PC Nick Willey, rural and wildlife crime officer, with Chief Inspector Jim Tyner and a drone available to hunt hare coursers across South Holland.  Photo by Tim Wilson.

Ton of trouble at start of hare coursing season in South Holland

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Jane Moody and Angela Forrest investigate current flow resistors.  Photo by Tim Wilson.

Theories and practicals with science convention at The Deepings School

Education

Man jailed for causing double fatal crash near Littleport

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Alice Husband with her petition to Parliament. SG200916-209TW

More than 9,000 sign grieving mum’s law change call petition to Parliament

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Volunteers from Spotless Spalding, businesses and community groups launch a clear-up operation at Spalding Rail Station.  Photo by Tim Wilson.

Rail station project to create Spalding ‘gateway’

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Holbeach rural county councillor William Webb has warned that up to 30 jobs could be lost in the county highways department as work is centralised to Lincoln.  Photo by Tim Wilson.

Question mark over highways depot in Pode Hole

Transport 2
The damage done to a HGV lorry that was hit by an object while travelling on the A17 in Gedney on Wednesday.

Drivers at risk of missile attack on A17 in South Holland

Crime

Man jailed for causing double fatal crash near Littleport

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Illegal cigarettes and booze operation in Spalding nets £12,000 catch

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Coun Marc Jones (front left), Police and Crime Commissioner for Lincolnshire, at the launch of Operation Galileo with Chief Inspectors David Buckley of Norfolk Constabulary, Deborah Clark and Jim Tyner (both Lincolnshire Police), Deputy Police and Crime Commissioner Coun Stuart Tweedale (front right) and NFU Holland (Lincs) members.  Photo by Tim Wilson.

Do the numbers add up on a wafer-thin blue police bill?

Crime 1
GALILEO STATISTICS: PC Nick Willey, rural and wildlife crime officer, with Chief Inspector Jim Tyner and a drone available to hunt hare coursers across South Holland.  Photo by Tim Wilson.

Ton of trouble at start of hare coursing season in South Holland

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Theories and practicals with science convention at The Deepings School

Education
Wygate Park Academy, Spalding

Class of 2016: Wygate Park Academy, Spalding

Education
Lutton St Nicholas Primary School

Class of 2016: Lutton St Nicholas Primary School

Education
Moulton John Harrox Primary School

Class of 2016: The John Harrox School, Moulton

Education

Illegal cigarettes and booze operation in Spalding nets £12,000 catch

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GALILEO STATISTICS: PC Nick Willey, rural and wildlife crime officer, with Chief Inspector Jim Tyner and a drone available to hunt hare coursers across South Holland.  Photo by Tim Wilson.

Ton of trouble at start of hare coursing season in South Holland

News 3
Jane Moody and Angela Forrest investigate current flow resistors.  Photo by Tim Wilson.

Theories and practicals with science convention at The Deepings School

Education
Amy Loveridge (left), Most Improved Student 2015, with Scott Gilding (front0 and staff from The Willoughby School, Bourne, Fenton Edwards (front right) of Bourne Academy and Steve Maxwell, chief executive officer of Worldwide Fruit Ltd.  Photo by Tim Wilson.

EDUCATION AWARDS: Good news for students turning over a new leaf

Education

As a portfolio holder, no day is the same

Opinion 1

Illegal cigarettes and booze operation in Spalding nets £12,000 catch

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Passports

Nation’s chance to achieve fresh start

Opinion
Coun Marc Jones (front left), Police and Crime Commissioner for Lincolnshire, at the launch of Operation Galileo with Chief Inspectors David Buckley of Norfolk Constabulary, Deborah Clark and Jim Tyner (both Lincolnshire Police), Deputy Police and Crime Commissioner Coun Stuart Tweedale (front right) and NFU Holland (Lincs) members.  Photo by Tim Wilson.

Do the numbers add up on a wafer-thin blue police bill?

Crime 1
GALILEO STATISTICS: PC Nick Willey, rural and wildlife crime officer, with Chief Inspector Jim Tyner and a drone available to hunt hare coursers across South Holland.  Photo by Tim Wilson.

Ton of trouble at start of hare coursing season in South Holland

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Now it’s 151 homes for Long Sutton’s Butterfly and Wildlife Park

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MAZE CLOSEDOWN: A family finds its way round Whaplode's Maze in Maize which is to end on October 8.  Photo by Tim Wilson.

Whaplode maze reaches the ‘end of an era’

Arts
Mark Hildred of Moore Thompson

EDUCATION AWARDS: The natural world takes shape in school curriculum

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Courageous Long Sutton girl Alice plans big birthday after beating the odds to survive

Health
Overweight child

Obese children ‘more likely to struggle at school’

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Half marathon hero Rob Green with the distinctive shirt he will wear for the Great Eastern Run. SG220916-135TW

Hero Rob takes on running challenge for kids with cancer

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Amy Stinton took this picture of her 14-month-old son Oliver after he contracted the herpes simplex virus and came out in blisters

Mum’s warning about kissing your baby if carrying virus that 60% of us already have

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Listening to loud music on personal devices could be leading to an epidemic of deafness among young people, a study shows.

Headphones causing hidden hearing loss ‘epidemic’

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