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Matthew Taylor joined the Grantham Journal as a reporter in 2020.

Patient visiting reintroduced in hospitals

28 April 2022
Patient visiting reintroduced in hospitals

Patient visiting reintroduced in hospitals

28 April 2022

People can book to visit patients in the county's hospitals once more.


Plans to use empty lot on village high street for cafe, beauty salon and offices

14 January 2022
Plans to use empty lot on village high street for cafe, beauty salon and offices

Plans to use empty lot on village high street for cafe, beauty salon and offices

14 January 2022

A proposal has been submitted to use an empty lot in a village as a community cafe, beauty salon and offices.


New director appointed at hospital trust

11 January 2022
New director appointed at hospital trust

New director appointed at hospital trust

11 January 2022

A new director of improvement and integration has been appointed at the county's hospital trust.


Bishop to bless gritters ahead of snow and ice season

18 November 2021
Bishop to bless gritters ahead of snow and ice season

Bishop to bless gritters ahead of snow and ice season

18 November 2021

Blessings will be bestowed by a bishop on Lincolnshire’s gritters next week at a ceremony at the county’s depot.


Police respond after data shows sexual misconduct allegations in the last five years

12 October 2021
Police respond after data shows sexual misconduct allegations in the last five years

Police respond after data shows sexual misconduct allegations in the last five years

12 October 2021

Lincolnshire Police said it takes all allegations of sexual assault made against an officer or a member of staff "extremely seriously".


Gritters ready to keep drivers safe

01 October 2021
Gritters ready to keep drivers safe

Gritters ready to keep drivers safe

01 October 2021

The county council is gearing up to keep the Lincolnshire moving when the winter weather comes.


Court case backlog on the rise

06 September 2021
Court case backlog on the rise

Court case backlog on the rise

06 September 2021

The number of trials pending at Lincoln Crown Court has risen by more than 40 per cent over the past year.


What would help improve bus services in Lincolnshire?

06 August 2021
What would help improve bus services in Lincolnshire?

What would help improve bus services in Lincolnshire?

06 August 2021

Lincolnshire County Council are putting together a plan to help improve bus services in the county, and are asking for your views.

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Police chief issues warning to those who attack officers

27 July 2021
Police chief issues warning to those who attack officers

Police chief issues warning to those who attack officers

27 July 2021

A Lincolnshire Police chief has issued a warning to anyone who attacks officers, after assaults on the police surpassed 100 since May 17.

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Roadmap delay is 'no comfort to businesses who've had to suffer from lockdown'

15 June 2021
Roadmap delay is 'no comfort to businesses who've had to suffer from lockdown'

Roadmap delay is 'no comfort to businesses who've had to suffer from lockdown'

15 June 2021

County leaders have reacted to the news that the government's coronavirus roadmap is being delayed.


Weather warning as thunderstorms expected

14 June 2021
Weather warning as thunderstorms expected

Weather warning as thunderstorms expected

14 June 2021

According to the Met Office, thunderstorms are 'likely' later this week.


Lincolnshire health bosses issue Easter coronavirus warning

01 April 2021
Lincolnshire health bosses issue Easter coronavirus warning

Lincolnshire health bosses issue Easter coronavirus warning

01 April 2021

Health bosses are warning Lincolnshire people to “avoid the temptation to go indoors” over the Easter weekend.


Primary school delivers tulips to villagers and families who are remote learning

05 February 2021
Primary school delivers tulips to villagers and families who are remote learning

Primary school delivers tulips to villagers and families who are remote learning

05 February 2021

A village primary school delivered bunches of tulips to nearby residents and to families whose children are remote learning.


Council unveils £12m package of support for local economy

02 February 2021
Council unveils £12m package of support for local economy

Council unveils £12m package of support for local economy

02 February 2021

A new grant scheme being planned by the county council to support local businesses, especially those that have not benefited from government schemes.

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Two supermarkets set to ban people not wearing face coverings

12 January 2021
Two supermarkets set to ban people not wearing face coverings

Two supermarkets set to ban people not wearing face coverings

12 January 2021

Two supermarkets in South Holland have vowed to challenge people not wearing face coverings in their stores.


No coronavirus-related deaths in Lincolnshire for sixth consecutive day

08 July 2020
No coronavirus-related deaths in Lincolnshire for sixth consecutive day

No coronavirus-related deaths in Lincolnshire for sixth consecutive day

08 July 2020

There have been no COVID-19 related hospital deaths in Lincolnshire today [Wednesday].


Lincolnshire Police hand out no fines over Bank Holiday weekend

26 May 2020
Lincolnshire Police hand out no fines over Bank Holiday weekend

Lincolnshire Police hand out no fines over Bank Holiday weekend

26 May 2020

Lincolnshire Police attended more than 100 COVID-19 related incidents over the Bank Holiday weekend.


These are the rules on child access for separated parents in the coronavirus lockdown

04 May 2020
These are the rules on child access for separated parents in the coronavirus lockdown

These are the rules on child access for separated parents in the coronavirus lockdown

04 May 2020

The key questions for separated parents are answered by a law expert.


These are the vehicles granted MOT exemption for six months during outbreak

25 March 2020
These are the vehicles granted MOT exemption for six months during outbreak

These are the vehicles granted MOT exemption for six months during outbreak

25 March 2020

Cars, motorcycles and vans are to be granted an exemption from MOTs.


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