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HAYES IN THE HOUSE: Has administrative simplicity supplanted rational consideration of medical data?

HAYES IN THE HOUSE: Has administrative simplicity supplanted rational consideration of medical data?

HAYES IN THE HOUSE: Has administrative simplicity supplanted rational consideration of medical data?

In his weekly column, Sir John Hayes argues that his constituency should be in Tier 2.


Leaders unit in call for Prime Minister to look again at Lincolnshire

Leaders unit in call for Prime Minister to look again at Lincolnshire

Leaders unit in call for Prime Minister to look again at Lincolnshire

Two MPs and three council leaders have written to ask the Prime Minister to consider a more tailored approach in the county.


Foster carers share their experiences in a bid to encourage more people to open their homes

Foster carers share their experiences in a bid to encourage more people to open their homes

Foster carers share their experiences in a bid to encourage more people to open their homes

As Lincolnshire needs an additional 30 foster carers urgently, two families have spoken of the rewards of making a difference to youngsters.


Demolition of cottage linked to old railway stirs villagers

Demolition of cottage linked to old railway stirs villagers

Demolition of cottage linked to old railway stirs villagers

A county historian wants a former rail crossing keeper's house in the area to be saved.

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Rough sleeping is a significant problem in area

Rough sleeping is a significant problem in area

Rough sleeping is a significant problem in area

Nearly 150 people approached South Holland District Council for help during the first week of November.


Call for 20mph speed limit to stop cars racing along road

Call for 20mph speed limit to stop cars racing along road

Call for 20mph speed limit to stop cars racing along road

Play equipment and foot path improvements were also discussed during this parish council meeting.

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Steering group sets sights on 'quick wins' for town

Steering group sets sights on 'quick wins' for town

Steering group sets sights on 'quick wins' for town

Pop up stalls and decorating empty shop windows are some of the 'quick wins'.

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Festive cheer arrives in town with Christmas tree

Festive cheer arrives in town with Christmas tree

Festive cheer arrives in town with Christmas tree

Members of the steering group have also asked for more lights down another town centre street.


'We are not talking about a village but 90,000 people'

'We are not talking about a village but 90,000 people'

'We are not talking about a village but 90,000 people'

South Holland District Council leader Gary Porter says there is confusion in London.

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Don't suffer in silence says councillor

Don't suffer in silence says councillor

Don't suffer in silence says councillor

Carers are being urged to seek help from Lincolnshire County Council.


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