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VIDEO: Watch Donington Co-op raid as it happened live on CCTV

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Inquest news.

Coroner’s warning about garden ponds after toddler’s ‘tragic’ accident

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Martin 'Wolfie' Adams

Darts star Wolfie is fighting cancer

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The scene of the ram raid in Donington this morning. Photo: Jim Weller

PICTURES: Ram raiders target cashpoint in Donington Co-op

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

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Class of 2016: Lutton St Nicholas Primary School

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Class of 2016: The John Harrox School, Moulton

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PLANNING APPLICATIONS

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Charlotte Hart loved animals. ANL-160928-211946001

Spalding High makes sure Charlotte will be remembered forever

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UNDER INVESTIGATION: Councillors have put off a decision on the premises licence for Super Sam until November 17.  Photo: SG170816-136TW.

Are we winning back the streets of Spalding?

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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

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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

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Road accident news.

UPDATE FRIDAY 1.15PM: Crash involving two vans on A16 Kirton Bypass

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VIDEO: Watch Donington Co-op raid as it happened live on CCTV

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The scene of the ram raid in Donington this morning. Photo: Jim Weller

PICTURES: Ram raiders target cashpoint in Donington Co-op

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UNDER INVESTIGATION: Councillors have put off a decision on the premises licence for Super Sam until November 17.  Photo: SG170816-136TW.

Are we winning back the streets of Spalding?

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Inspector Jo Reeves, community policing inspector for South Holland.  Photo by Tim Wilson.

Drop in Spalding street drinkers or a lack of calls from public?

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

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Lutton St Nicholas Primary School

Class of 2016: Lutton St Nicholas Primary School

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Moulton John Harrox Primary School

Class of 2016: The John Harrox School, Moulton

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Charlotte Hart loved animals. ANL-160928-211946001

Spalding High makes sure Charlotte will be remembered forever

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Ben Whiting, Hayden Dawson and Owen Clarke build a computer. SG220916-204TW

Huge surge in visitors at University Academy Holbeach open evening

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

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UNDER INVESTIGATION: Councillors have put off a decision on the premises licence for Super Sam until November 17.  Photo: SG170816-136TW.

Are we winning back the streets of Spalding?

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New £2.1million project to help Lincolnshire’s unemployed get back into work

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Argos creates more than 10,000 Christmas jobs

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Coroner’s warning about garden ponds after toddler’s ‘tragic’ accident

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UNDER INVESTIGATION: Councillors have put off a decision on the premises licence for Super Sam until November 17.  Photo: SG170816-136TW.

Are we winning back the streets of Spalding?

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Inspector Jo Reeves, community policing inspector for South Holland.  Photo by Tim Wilson.

Drop in Spalding street drinkers or a lack of calls from public?

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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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‘Is your boiler or heater safe to use?’ fire service asks

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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’

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EDUCATION AWARDS: The natural world takes shape in school curriculum

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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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Lincolnshire Police Chief Constable Neil Rhodes.

Police chief raises concerns about ambulance cover after officers have to ferry patients to A&E

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Introducing egg and peanut at early stage to babies may reduce the risk of developing an allergy to either foodstuff. (Photo: Shutterstock)

Feeding egg and peanuts to young infants “reduces allergy risk”

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Cricket team captains John Hayes (right) and Rodger Grant at the start of the fixture raising money for Headway. SG280816-126TW

MP John Hayes speaks about his brush with death and the road to recovery

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