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Ambulance service's non-emergency phone line back up and running

Ambulance service's non-emergency phone line back up and running

Ambulance service's non-emergency phone line back up and running

East Midlands Ambulance Service's (EMAS) non-emergency phone line is back up and running after being out of order.


Hundreds had a ball to raise money for two good causes

Hundreds had a ball to raise money for two good causes

Hundreds had a ball to raise money for two good causes

A woman has given something back to the charity which helped her through breast cancer by putting on a popular ball.


'Scooby Doo' mystery as teeth found by till

'Scooby Doo' mystery as teeth found by till

'Scooby Doo' mystery as teeth found by till

A town shop is hoping to find the owners of a set of gnashers.

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Hope street art boards will encourage people to get help with mental health

Hope street art boards will encourage people to get help with mental health

Hope street art boards will encourage people to get help with mental health

The long-awaited street art boards in Spalding have finally been put to use with an emotive mental health message.

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Chair classes are the perfect gateway into fitness world

Chair classes are the perfect gateway into fitness world

Chair classes are the perfect gateway into fitness world

A series of innovative sit-down exercise classes could provide the perfect gateway into the fitness world.


'They decided in May - so why did they not tell us sooner?'

'They decided in May - so why did they not tell us sooner?'

'They decided in May - so why did they not tell us sooner?'

A frustrated patient fears he will have no choice over his future GP practice.

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Surgery of 3,000 patients 'too small to sustain', according to health bosses

Surgery of 3,000 patients 'too small to sustain', according to health bosses

Surgery of 3,000 patients 'too small to sustain', according to health bosses

Health chiefs are ‘hopeful’ of finding a new provider to treat 3,000 Spalding GP Surgery patients - and are urging people not to abandon the practice.

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NHS working on plan to cope with extra housebuilding

NHS working on plan to cope with extra housebuilding

NHS working on plan to cope with extra housebuilding

Health bosses say they are planning appropriate services for the increase in house building in South Holland.

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Referrals increase for NHS therapy chatbot assistant

Referrals increase for NHS therapy chatbot assistant

Referrals increase for NHS therapy chatbot assistant

More than 1,000 people across Lincolnshire have referred themselves to NHS therapy services using a new chatbot assistant.


All schools to have life-saving defibrillators

All schools to have life-saving defibrillators

All schools to have life-saving defibrillators

Schools without a life-saving defibrillator will be given one before next summer, under plans to ensure every state school has its own device.


GPs under pressure

GPs under pressure

GPs under pressure

Fears have been raised that our under pressure doctor’s surgeries will not be able to cope with thousands more patients.

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Board set up to tackle our long-term health issues

Board set up to tackle our long-term health issues

Board set up to tackle our long-term health issues

Senior district councillors backed the creation of a new body to help tackle the area’s long-standing health issues.

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Thousands of families due to get Cost of Living payments

Thousands of families due to get Cost of Living payments

Thousands of families due to get Cost of Living payments

More than £28 million is being given out to Lincolnshire families, as the first half of the Cost of Living payment lands in bank accounts.


Parents urged to keep kids active as school holidays start

Parents urged to keep kids active as school holidays start

Parents urged to keep kids active as school holidays start

Children's activity levels drop during the summer holidays, claim health officials, who are appealing to parents to keep kids moving from this week.


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