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Bigger and better: Lidl re-opens in Mablethorpe

Lidl has re-opened its doors to customers in Mablethorpe this morning (Thursday), at a grand ceremony attended by the Mayor and the Town Crier.

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Free travel vaccinations and gluten-free foods could all vanish in prescriptions cost-cutting

Free travel vaccinations and gluten-free foods could all vanish in prescriptions cost-cutting

NHS England is to launch a consultation next month which could see GPs stop prescribing medicines which are available over the counter for a fraction of the cost.

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Are condoms a smoking alternative? Teenager points out strange Tesco layout in ALL stores

Are condoms a smoking alternative? Teenager points out strange Tesco layout in ALL stores

Tesco have been left stumped after a teenager pointed out an unusual placement of condoms across all of their stores.

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The former Igloo Seafoods building at 15 New Street, Louth.

Cheers! Fine wine and fusion food on the way in Louth

A stylish new wine bar and cafe serving exotic ‘fusion food’ is set to open at the former home of Igloo Seafoods this summer.

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Minted: the new design incorporates the English rose, the Welsh leek, the Scottish thistle and the Northern Irish shamrock (Photo: Royal Mint)

All change as new £1 coin poised to enter circulation – but companies unprepared

It will be all change in Britain on Tuesday when the new £1 coin enters circulation but millions of commuters could be left facing fresh chaos as it emerged 11 out of 18 rail providers had not upgraded their machines and would be unable to accept the new tender.

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Millions of energy customers could roll back bills to 2008 prices

Millions of energy customers could roll back bills to 2008 prices

Millions of Big Six energy customers are still overpaying for their energy but could get their prices back to 2008 rates according to the latest research from consumer watchdog Which?.

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33 is the magic number - the age when Brits think they can afford a house

33 is the magic number - the age when Brits think they can afford a house

The average age when Britons living in rented accommodation think they’ll be able to afford their own house is 33.

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Baby teething necklaces recalled due to choke hazard

Amber necklaces and bracelets, wooden teething rattles and teething clips have been recalled after Trading Standards test results revealed them to be a choking hazard.

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Louth woman’s thriving business to hold ‘pop up shop’

A thriving online clothing business, set up by a Louth woman just five months ago, will be holding a ‘pop up shop’ at Bromley of Louth in Upgate at the weekend.

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Tesco to cut petrol and diesel prices by 2p ahead of Mother’s Day

Tesco to cut petrol and diesel prices by 2p ahead of Mother’s Day

Tesco is to cut the cost of petrol and diesel by two pence per litre at all of its petrol stations this afternoon, Friday March 24.

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The Jo Malone candle, left, with one of the Aldi candle's, right.

Aldi candles selling for big money on eBay after selling out nationwide within hours

A collection of Aldi Mother’s Day candles are being flogged for up to 11 times the retail price on eBay, after being compared to luxury bath and body brand Jo Malone, and selling out in just minutes.

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Lindt recall

Lindt Easter eggs recalled over health risk

Two Easter eggs, made by a popular premium chocolate brand have been recalled after it was revealed that they could pose a health risk to some customers.

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Channel 4 TV casting call for kids from Lincolnshire

Channel 4 TV casting call for kids from Lincolnshire

A popular TV show is looking for children to take part in a new Channel 4 TV series.

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Green light for 14 new homes in Newmarket

East Lindsey councillors have given the go-ahead for more than a dozen new homes in Newmarket, Louth, despite concerns from the town council over traffic safety and potential contamination.

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Goulceby ‘glamping pods’ get green light

A Goulceby pub has been granted permission to site two ‘glamping pods’ and two Arctic huts at the rear of the property, at an ELDC planning meeting last Thursday (March 9).

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PMQs: Victoria Atkins MP asks Prime Minister to ‘back British farming’

Louth and Horncastle MP, Victoria Atkins, asked Prime Minister Theresa May to ‘back British farming’ when she spoke in the House of Commons yesterday afternoon (Wednesday).

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The former Igloo Seafoods building at 15 New Street, Louth.

Plans for ‘wine bar’ at former fishmongers in Louth

The former Igloo Seafoods building in New Street, Louth, could become a wine bar and cafe if a new planning application is approved.

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Claimant count rises in East Lindsey

The number of East Lindsey residents claiming unemployment benefits has faced a year-on-year rise, according to new figures released today (Wednesday).

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Louth pub back open after ‘vermin’ problems

A popular pub-restaurant in Louth has re-opened its doors this morning (Wednesday) following problems with ‘vermin’ earlier this week.

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The temporary closure sign on the pub doors, earlier this week.

Joseph Morton Wetherspoons closed due to ‘vermin’ problems

The Joseph Morton Wetherspoon pub in Louth has temporarily closed due to ‘vermin’ issues, following reports of a rat being spotted by customers yesterday evening (Sunday).

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