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Man assaulted partner after argument over shopping

An argument over his partner going shopping has resulted in a Mablethorpe man appearing in court for assault.

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The smashed window this morning. (Photo: submitted).

Two pupils sent to hospital after Alford school bus window smash

Two pupils from John Spendluffe Technology College have been sent to hospital ‘as a precaution’ after a school bus window was smashed by a branch this morning (Thursday).

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Work by Anglian Water to put in a new water pipeline will see a chunk of Westgate Fields being dug up for six-weeks from Monday (July 3).

Work set to get underway to dig up Louth beauty spot for new water pipeline

Anglian Water is starting work on Monday (July 3) to install a new water main in Louth - that will involve digging up one of Louth’s beauty spots.

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Have you seen Paul Raynor?

UPDATE: Missing Wragby man found safe and well

Police have this morning confirmed that a Wragby man who went missing from his home, has been found safe and well.

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Voters go to the polls a month today

Louth & Horncastle MP asks government to support ‘much-loved’ market towns

Louth & Horncastle MP, Victoria Atkins, has raised the issue of support for ‘much-needed and much loved market towns’ in Parliament this week.

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The scales of justice

Horncastle woman pleads not guilty to child abduction

A Horncastle woman has appeared at Boston Magistrates’ Court yesterday (Wednesday) charged with child abduction.

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Horncastle News editor, John Fieldhouse, at the tiger enclosure.

EXCLUSIVE: Meet Syas - Horncastle’s new ROAR-sident

Horncastle News editor John Fieldhouse got up-close and personal with a new face in town this week - which just so happens to belong to a six year old Bengal tiger.

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Mental Health Services are based at Windsor House in Louth.

Exclusive: Louth area victim of brutal attack is at ‘breaking point’ over support

A Louth area man has delivered a damning verdict on the support available for patients with mental health issues in Lincolnshire, after revealing he has struggled for the last six years to get the help he desperately needs.

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Stand up for the ‘Big Comedy Weekend!’

The Zero Degrees Festival will hold its ‘Big Comedy Weekend’ in Louth this weekend, with some great acts on offer to 
the Louth public.

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Residents urged to check if they own one of these fridge-freezers by Lincolnshire fire crews after Grenfell Tower disaster

Firefighters from Lincolnshire Fire and Rescue are encouraging residents in the county to check their fridge-freezers after it was confirmed that the fire in Grenfell Tower was started by a Hotpoint fridge-freezer.

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Sarah Millican

Comedian Sarah Millican to bring tour to Grimsby next year

Award-winning comedian and writer Sarah Millican announces her biggest ever UK stand-up tour - including a Grimsby date.

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The bullet that came from the dog.

RSPCA appeal after dog found shot in head at Burwell near Louth

The RSPCA are appealing for information about a black labrador was found shot in the head in the village of Burwell near Louth.

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Lincolnshire gun amnesty to take firearms off county’s streets

Lincolnshire gun amnesty to take firearms off county’s streets

Lincolnshire Police are again running a gun amnesty so residents can hand in firearms that are unwanted or unlicensed.

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Prince William is coming to RAF Coningsby on July 11.

Duke of Cambridge to mark 60th BBMF anniversary with RAF Coningsby visit

The Duke of Cambridge, Patron of the Battle of Britain Memorial Flight, will attend a reception and air display to mark the Flight’s 60th Anniversary.

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VIDEO: Rain fails to spoil fun at launch of SO Festival in Spilsby

Heavens opened but rain failed to dampen the spirits of families who turned out last night for the launch of the SO Festival – a six-day arts extravanza taking place across East Lindsey.

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Jordan Havell receiving his award at the Lincolnshire Show from LCC vice chair, Ron Oxby.

Sutton on Sea teen sees awards haul - Again!

A Sutton on Sea teenager has done it again and received even more awards to add to his ever growing collection - recognising his horticultural and marine work.

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The grand opening of Louth skate park on Saturday (June 24) and the unveiling of the plaque in memory of Stuart Pickering, who was instrumental in helping the project to go ahead.

Memorial plaque at grand opening of the skate park

The Louth XSports committee hosted the grand opening of the long-awaited Louth Skate Park in Wood Lane on Saturday (June 24), following many years of hard work and effort to get the project to go ahead.

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Local Brownies and Guides enjoyed the event at Hubbards Hill.

Guides and Brownies competition in memory of Ann

Louth Division Brownies and Guides met at Hubbard Hills to take part in the ‘Ann Pocklington Trophy’ competition this month.

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Positive response received for Louth school changes

The decision to shake up Louth’s secondary education has been greeted with a positive reaction, following the announcement of the radical plans just last week.

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Caroline Vickers and Charlie Vickers 6 of Alford  at the Meccano Show at Embassy Theatre in Skegness. Photo:  MSKP-250617-15 ANL-170627-132525001

GALLERY: Annual model show in Skegness attracts kids of all ages

Hundreds of working Meccano models went on display in Skegness at a three-day exhibition over the weekend.

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