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Lincolnshire East CCG: ‘Travel safe this summer’

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Lincolnshire crime rates have risen at lower level than national trend

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Lincolnshire woman admits GBH on a five month old baby in ‘momentary loss of control’

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Louth’s Victorian Market has been cancelled

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Manby couple win Good Citizens Award

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Emma-Jayne Memorial Fund Bikeathon in Little Cawthorpe

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Riders roar into Skegness in spite of Bike Night cancellation

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Louth Academy Sports Day at King George Stadium, Grimsby.'Picture: Sean Spencer.

Louth Academy hosts its first ever Sports Day

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Theddlethorpe Academy.'Visit to Donna Nook where pupils looked around the RAF bombing range control tower, met with Coastguards and went onto the Lincolnshire Wildlife Trust area.' 'Pictured are Coastguards (l-r) Toby Merrikin, Chris Ashmore and Mick Horner with (l-r) Lewis Fyfe, Seraph Winters, Lottie Allam and Olly Tedford. All year 3.'Picture: Sean Spencer.

Theddlethorpe pupils meet the Coastguard and visit RAF bombing range control tower

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Janine Stones was second female finisher at Spilsby EMN-180719-125637002

Mablethorpe Running Club ladies brave heatwave to race at Spilsby and Caistor

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Golf is the world's most boring game, according to a recent survey

Kenwick Park Golf Club: Twose leaves it late to land Captain’s Trophy

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Promising young archer Louise Smith EMN-180805-091443002

Louth junior archer impresses at national championships debut

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Ashton Turner set for Open Championship debut

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Louth dressage rider called up for British junior team

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Louth Hockey Club offers World Cup tickets to raise funds for AstroTurf pitch

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Alford cyclist qualifies for second national finals of debut race season

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Hungry Shark World on console supports 4k display

Console Corner: Hungry Shark signals change of tide in video gaming world

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Le Tour de France 2018 takes an ultra (ultra) realistic approach

Console Corner: Tour de France 2018 review

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What happened this day in history: July 18

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The brand new North Sea Observatory at Chapel St Leonards

This is when the UK’s first purpose-built marine North Sea Observatory will open its doors on Lincolnshire’s coast

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What happened this day in history: July 11 EMN-181007-140137001

What happened this day in history: July 11

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