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Thousands basked in the sunshine as show returns

Thousands basked in the sunshine as show returns

Thousands basked in the sunshine as show returns

02 July 2022

Thousands of people basked in the sunshine and enjoyed thrilling entertainment as the Lincolnshire Show returned.


Will there be another rail strike this month?

Will there be another rail strike this month?

Will there be another rail strike this month?

01 July 2022

With the RMT union now threatening further strike action we look at when another strike would be permitted and at who else is walking out this year.


New Starbucks opens its doors

New Starbucks opens its doors

New Starbucks opens its doors

30 June 2022

Another branch of Starbucks has opened in our area this morning.

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KFC sets out timeline for opening of Spalding branch

KFC sets out timeline for opening of Spalding branch

KFC sets out timeline for opening of Spalding branch

29 June 2022

A new drive-thru KFC branch is on course to open in the coming weeks as construction work nears completion.

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Plans to cap private parking fines on hold

Plans to cap private parking fines on hold

Plans to cap private parking fines on hold

28 June 2022

Plans to curb the amount private parking firms can charge drivers in fines have been temporarily withdrawn.

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Fixing broken goods may cost less than 'worthless warranties' suggests report

Fixing broken goods may cost less than 'worthless warranties' suggests report

Fixing broken goods may cost less than 'worthless warranties' suggests report

28 June 2022

Households keen to save money should consider cancelling extended warranties on appliances and instead pay for the repairs themselves, says Which?

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Energy exit fees now 10 times higher in further hike to bills

Energy exit fees now 10 times higher in further hike to bills

Energy exit fees now 10 times higher in further hike to bills

28 June 2022

Customers face further hikes to energy bills with exit fees for leaving fixed-rate deals now up to 10 times higher than they were in 2021.


Owner asked to prove pub is no longer viable

Owner asked to prove pub is no longer viable

Owner asked to prove pub is no longer viable

28 June 2022

The owners of an empty pub have been asked to prove that the building has no future before they will be allowed to demolish it.

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Developer fails to convince councillors over flood fears as homes are rejected

Developer fails to convince councillors over flood fears as homes are rejected

Developer fails to convince councillors over flood fears as homes are rejected

28 June 2022

Fears over flooding saw a 123-home plan refused - despite a challenge by the developer over the data used by councillors.

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Bid to cut affordable homes is turned down

Bid to cut affordable homes is turned down

Bid to cut affordable homes is turned down

28 June 2022

A developer will not be able to drop eight affordable homes from its plans - with councillors ruling they will have to accept lower profits.

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Special plans for garden centre cafe

Special plans for garden centre cafe

Special plans for garden centre cafe

28 June 2022

A garden centre is preparing to reopen its coffee shop thanks to the team behind a popular village cafe.

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New look for popular town cafe

New look for popular town cafe

New look for popular town cafe

27 June 2022

Owners of a popular cafe are gearing up to reopen following a massive renovation.


‘This should have been sorted sooner’

‘This should have been sorted sooner’

‘This should have been sorted sooner’

27 June 2022

A council chairman says that issues with a developer using a minor road to access its site should have been resolved weeks ago.


Developer not allowed to drop contributions

Developer not allowed to drop contributions

Developer not allowed to drop contributions

24 June 2022

A developer has been told it cannot get out of its contributions to the community - with a councillor saying such obligations are ‘not a joke’.

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Pub celebrates its grand reopening

Pub celebrates its grand reopening

Pub celebrates its grand reopening

24 June 2022

A popular pub threw its doors open for a grand reopening at the weekend.


Freight hub plan back on track as part of transport strategy

Freight hub plan back on track as part of transport strategy

Freight hub plan back on track as part of transport strategy

23 June 2022

Plans for a rail freight hub are now back on the cards as part of a strategy to address major transport issues in our area.

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Investigation into alleged racist incident at town shop

Investigation into alleged racist incident at town shop

Investigation into alleged racist incident at town shop

23 June 2022

A town shop has confirmed it is conducting an investigation into an alleged racist incident.


Fresh fruit factory set to close

Fresh fruit factory set to close

Fresh fruit factory set to close

22 June 2022

A South Holland food supplier is set to cease operations this summer.

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Historic hall’s gates are taken for repairs

Historic hall’s gates are taken for repairs

Historic hall’s gates are taken for repairs

22 June 2022

The gates at the front of Ayscoughfee Hall have been taken down for restoration work.

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Chippies forced to raise prices again

Chippies forced to raise prices again

Chippies forced to raise prices again

20 June 2022

Prices at popular fish and chip shops are on the rise again as supply costs continue to soar.

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