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Is the 'pingdemic' leading to food and driver shortages?

22 July 2021
Is the 'pingdemic' leading to food and driver shortages?

Is the 'pingdemic' leading to food and driver shortages?

22 July 2021

The age of the 'pingdemic' is upon us, but what does that mean for our supermarkets, businesses and transport.


Stricken seal nursed back to health

13 July 2021
Stricken seal nursed back to health

Stricken seal nursed back to health

13 July 2021

A seal first spotted with a ring around its neck more than two years ago has been released into the wild, three months after being caught.


PM announces 'freedom day' details

05 July 2021
PM announces 'freedom day' details

PM announces 'freedom day' details

05 July 2021

Boris Johnson has told the public it's up to them to keep themselves safe as he prepares to tear up coronavirus restrictions.

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GAP announces it is closing all UK stores

01 July 2021
GAP announces it is closing all UK stores

GAP announces it is closing all UK stores

01 July 2021

A high street giant has announced it will be closing all stores in the UK and Ireland by the end of 2021.

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Check ins bring in good results for school

29 June 2021
Check ins bring in good results for school

Check ins bring in good results for school

29 June 2021

A primary school judged by Ofsted to ‘requires improvement’ last year has had the positive work of its staff praised at two recent inspections.


Government encourages schools to sing patriotic song

23 June 2021
Government encourages schools to sing patriotic song

Government encourages schools to sing patriotic song

23 June 2021

One Britain One Nation Day is due to be celebrated in schools and designed to instil pride.


Bolasie adds a touch of class

22 June 2021
Bolasie adds a touch of class

Bolasie adds a touch of class

22 June 2021

Spalding United boss Gabriel Zakuani is hoping Premier League magic will help inspire his squad this season.


Has Covid killed off birthday cake candles?

22 June 2021
Has Covid killed off birthday cake candles?

Has Covid killed off birthday cake candles?

22 June 2021

With parents worried about spreading Covid at parties, and a no-blow candle in production, has the pandemic ended the tradition of candles on cakes?


Reaching new heights

22 June 2021
Reaching new heights

Reaching new heights

22 June 2021

Donovan Capes continued his improvement in the shot with two personal bests in a week.


Skipper sets the standard for Bourne

22 June 2021
Skipper sets the standard for Bourne

Skipper sets the standard for Bourne

22 June 2021

Courtney Kruger’s half-century set Lincolnshire Premier League leaders Bourne on the way to a 38-run win over Lindum on Saturday.


Five-star Spalding impress again

22 June 2021
Five-star Spalding impress again

Five-star Spalding impress again

22 June 2021

Spalding wasted little time making it five straight wins in the South Lincs and Border League Premier Division at the weekend.


Emergency sirens to sound on phones today

22 June 2021
Emergency sirens to sound on phones today

Emergency sirens to sound on phones today

22 June 2021

Alerts which trigger siren-like sounds on mobile phones and tablets are being tested across the UK today.

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'Pollen bomb' warning for asthmatics and hay fever sufferers

15 June 2021
'Pollen bomb' warning for asthmatics and hay fever sufferers

'Pollen bomb' warning for asthmatics and hay fever sufferers

15 June 2021

A 'toxic cocktail' of sky-high pollen levels, hot weather and rain risks misery for thousands of asthmatics and hay fever sufferers. Here's why:


June 21's 'Freedom Day' delayed by month

14 June 2021
June 21's 'Freedom Day' delayed by month

June 21's 'Freedom Day' delayed by month

14 June 2021

Boris Johnson has announced June 21's 'Freedom Day' will be delayed by four weeks as cases of the variant first detected in India spiral.


PM 'to announce four week delay to end of lockdown rules'

14 June 2021
PM 'to announce four week delay to end of lockdown rules'

PM 'to announce four week delay to end of lockdown rules'

14 June 2021

The easing of lockdown restrictions is to be delayed by up to four weeks, the Prime Minister is expected to announce later today.

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New Mums-Dance class is helping women to get fit

12 June 2021
New Mums-Dance class is helping women to get fit

New Mums-Dance class is helping women to get fit

12 June 2021

Mums, step into your favourite dancing shoes, leg warmers and headbands to dance your way out of lockdown.


Tournament to encourage more women to play cricket

10 June 2021
Tournament to encourage more women to play cricket

Tournament to encourage more women to play cricket

10 June 2021

A cricket club is hoping to encourage more women to pick up cricket by holding a ladies-only soft ball cricket festival.

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Mystery surrounds death of motorcyclist

09 June 2021
Mystery surrounds death of motorcyclist

Mystery surrounds death of motorcyclist

09 June 2021

The reason why a motorcyclist died after a crash on the M62 in West Yorkshire may never be known, an inquest has heard.


Spectators enjoy blue skies and magnificent planes

08 June 2021
Spectators enjoy blue skies and magnificent planes

Spectators enjoy blue skies and magnificent planes

08 June 2021

Blue skies, fluffy white clouds and sunshine brought classic aeroplanes and onlookers to Fenland Airfield.


Court heard that man had to be restrained

03 June 2021
Court heard that man had to be restrained

Court heard that man had to be restrained

03 June 2021

A 20 man had to be 'repeatedly restrained' because of his 'aggressive and volatile behaviour' towards police officers, a court heard.


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