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Jamie Waller, Local Democracy Reporter

Over 130 local families will host Ukrainian refugees

28 June 2022
Over 130 local families will host Ukrainian refugees

Over 130 local families will host Ukrainian refugees

28 June 2022

Lincolnshire continues to open its doors to Ukrainian refugees, with nearly 300 hosts being confirmed across the county.


Council’s headquarters put on the market

17 June 2022
Council’s headquarters put on the market

Council’s headquarters put on the market

17 June 2022

South Kesteven District Council’s headquarters have gone on the market as they downsize into a cinema complex.


As sun shines, gritters get ready!

17 June 2022
As sun shines, gritters get ready!

As sun shines, gritters get ready!

17 June 2022

A county council gritter, usually seen when it's snowing, is on standby to combat today's high temperatures.


Childhood obesity in Lincolnshire 'likely to get worse'

17 June 2022
Childhood obesity in Lincolnshire 'likely to get worse'

Childhood obesity in Lincolnshire 'likely to get worse'

17 June 2022

Youngsters' health will be even harder to manage in Lincolnshire as living costs rise, a councillor has warned.


Councillor apologises over working from home comments

16 June 2022
Councillor apologises over working from home comments

Councillor apologises over working from home comments

16 June 2022

A councillor has said sorry after claiming that working from home “breeds laziness”.


'Death knell' rung for A&E

14 June 2022
'Death knell' rung for A&E

'Death knell' rung for A&E

14 June 2022

The “death knell” has been rung for Grantham A&E, an emotional council meeting has been told.


Protest in Grantham will call for the removal of 'evil' Margaret Thatcher statue

14 June 2022
Protest in Grantham will call for the removal of 'evil' Margaret Thatcher statue

Protest in Grantham will call for the removal of 'evil' Margaret Thatcher statue

14 June 2022

A protest will call for the removal of the “evil” Margaret Thatcher statue in Grantham.

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'One Lincolnshire Police officer assaulted every day'

13 June 2022
'One Lincolnshire Police officer assaulted every day'

'One Lincolnshire Police officer assaulted every day'

13 June 2022

While on duty more than 100 officers were injured and another 318 were attacked last year.


Council gives thoughts on proposed solar farm

13 June 2022
 Council gives thoughts on proposed solar farm

Council gives thoughts on proposed solar farm

13 June 2022

A solar farm which would power 15,000 homes could be built near Grantham.

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Councillor calls emergency meeting over changes to Grantham A&E

06 June 2022
Councillor calls emergency meeting over changes to Grantham A&E

Councillor calls emergency meeting over changes to Grantham A&E

06 June 2022

An urgent council meeting to discuss the downgrade of Grantham A&E has been called.

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Residents react as Thatcher statue officially unveiled

01 June 2022
Residents react as Thatcher statue officially unveiled

Residents react as Thatcher statue officially unveiled

01 June 2022

Residents have reacted after the statue of Margaret Thatcher was officially unveiled, with one calling for an end to ‘shameful’ vandalism of it.

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Bin man stole £42,000 of fuel

28 May 2022
Bin man stole £42,000 of fuel

Bin man stole £42,000 of fuel

28 May 2022

A council has taken steps to make fuel theft much more difficult after a bin man admitted to stealing more than £42,000 of diesel.

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Over 300 Ukrainian refugees are now settled in Lincolnshire

21 May 2022
Over 300 Ukrainian refugees are now settled in Lincolnshire

Over 300 Ukrainian refugees are now settled in Lincolnshire

21 May 2022

More than 300 refugees from the war in Ukraine are now making new lives in Lincolnshire – and 10 times that number could eventually settle here.


Hospitals trust aims to cut fuel costs by £1.4 million per year as energy bills put squeeze on finances

13 May 2022
Hospitals trust aims to cut fuel costs by £1.4 million per year as energy bills put squeeze on finances

Hospitals trust aims to cut fuel costs by £1.4 million per year as energy bills put squeeze on finances

13 May 2022

The trust which runs Grantham Hospital says it is fighting soaring energy bills with the aim of cutting costs by £1.4 million per year.


Council to reconsider new taxi regulations after warnings from drivers

11 May 2022
Council to reconsider new taxi regulations after warnings from drivers

Council to reconsider new taxi regulations after warnings from drivers

11 May 2022

Taxi drivers have warned that council requirements for newer vehicles are doubling costs and risk crippling local firms.

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Vaccination rate of children in South Kesteven higher than the national average

06 May 2022
Vaccination rate of children in South Kesteven higher than the national average

Vaccination rate of children in South Kesteven higher than the national average

06 May 2022

Children in Lincolnshire are getting the COVID jab at a higher rate than the national average, figures reveal.


Town's former Conservative MP Nick Boles votes Labour in local elections

05 May 2022
Town's former Conservative MP Nick Boles votes Labour in local elections

Town's former Conservative MP Nick Boles votes Labour in local elections

05 May 2022

Former Conservative MP for Grantham and Stamford Nick Boles says he has voted Labour in the local elections.

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More than 1,100 tonnes of food waste turned into biogas in four-year trial

05 May 2022
More than 1,100 tonnes of food waste turned into biogas in four-year trial

More than 1,100 tonnes of food waste turned into biogas in four-year trial

05 May 2022

Hundreds of tonnes of household food waste has been used to produce biogas in a trial.

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Designer retail centres could benefit the High Street, says councillor

03 May 2022
Designer retail centres could benefit the High Street, says councillor

Designer retail centres could benefit the High Street, says councillor

03 May 2022

Out-of-town shopping villages aren’t necessarily a threat to high streets, a councillor has said.

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Hundreds of A&E patients at Lincolnshire hospitals wait 12 hours for a bed

29 April 2022
Hundreds of A&E patients at Lincolnshire hospitals wait 12 hours for a bed

Hundreds of A&E patients at Lincolnshire hospitals wait 12 hours for a bed

29 April 2022

A&E patients are facing longer waits as pressure piles on Lincolnshire’s hospitals, with hundreds experiencing 12-hour delays for a bed last month.


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