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Cash to help Grantham town centre reopen safely amid coronavirus pandemic

25 May 2020
Cash to help Grantham town centre reopen safely amid coronavirus pandemic

Cash to help Grantham town centre reopen safely amid coronavirus pandemic

25 May 2020

A grant of more than £126,000 aims to keep shoppers safe and kick-start the local economy.


Send your dad a free Father's Day message

14 May 2020
Send your dad a free Father's Day message

Send your dad a free Father's Day message

14 May 2020

Tell your dad how great he is through the Journal.


Poll: Should children in Reception, Year 1 and Year 6 classes go back to school in June?

13 May 2020
Poll: Should children in Reception, Year 1 and Year 6 classes go back to school in June?

Poll: Should children in Reception, Year 1 and Year 6 classes go back to school in June?

13 May 2020

As primary schools prepare to reopen to children in Reception, Year 1 and Year 6, we ask what YOU think.

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Latest vacancies from Grantham Jobcentre

13 May 2020
Latest vacancies from Grantham Jobcentre

Latest vacancies from Grantham Jobcentre

13 May 2020

Carers, QA manager and radiographer are among the jobs available this week.


Covid-19 community appeal could help Grantham groups

12 May 2020
Covid-19 community appeal could help Grantham groups

Covid-19 community appeal could help Grantham groups

12 May 2020

An appeal aims to help local charities and community groups affected by the coronavirus.


More of your VE Day celebrations in Grantham

12 May 2020
More of your VE Day celebrations in Grantham

More of your VE Day celebrations in Grantham

12 May 2020

Dozens of photos show how Grantham area families marked the 75th anniversary of VE Day.

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Grantham man accused of killing his partner has bail application refused

11 May 2020
Grantham man accused of killing his partner has bail application refused

Grantham man accused of killing his partner has bail application refused

11 May 2020

A Grantham man accused of the manslaughter of his partner applied to be released on bail, but was refused.


Latest vacancies from Grantham Jobcentre

11 May 2020
Latest vacancies from Grantham Jobcentre

Latest vacancies from Grantham Jobcentre

11 May 2020

Funeral service crew, gardener and healthcare assistants are among the jobs available.


Dozens of grandchildren tell their grandparents how much they are missed

10 May 2020
Dozens of grandchildren tell their grandparents how much they are missed

Dozens of grandchildren tell their grandparents how much they are missed

10 May 2020

Is there a picture message inside for you?


Hedgerow along Grantham path destroyed by 'carelessly discarded' cigarette

09 May 2020
Hedgerow along Grantham path destroyed by 'carelessly discarded' cigarette

Hedgerow along Grantham path destroyed by 'carelessly discarded' cigarette

09 May 2020

A hedgerow was destroyed after a cigarette was "carelessly discarded".


Families mark the 75th anniversary of VE Day

09 May 2020
Families mark the 75th anniversary of VE Day

Families mark the 75th anniversary of VE Day

09 May 2020

Here's how people in the Grantham area marked the special 75th anniversary of VE Day.


Electrical fault caused fire in garage

09 May 2020
Electrical fault caused fire in garage

Electrical fault caused fire in garage

09 May 2020

Two fire engines were called out to a fire in the early hours of the morning.


Business rates relief for Grantham businesses

07 May 2020
Business rates relief for Grantham businesses

Business rates relief for Grantham businesses

07 May 2020

The Government’s business rates discount schem ehas been extended to cover leisure and hospitality and local nurseries.


Minister urges 'buy a newspaper'

07 May 2020
Minister urges 'buy a newspaper'

Minister urges 'buy a newspaper'

07 May 2020

The communities secretary has urged the public to support local media as the industry finds itself under "significant financial pressure".


Families urged to reduce household waste to help keep a full collection service

06 May 2020
Families urged to reduce household waste to help keep a full collection service

Families urged to reduce household waste to help keep a full collection service

06 May 2020

The council has given suggestions for how waste can be reduced.


Pictures show extent of electricity substation arson in Grantham

05 May 2020
Pictures show extent of electricity substation arson in Grantham

Pictures show extent of electricity substation arson in Grantham

05 May 2020

Readers have captured on camera an electricity substation fire in Grantham.


Constructive opposition is vital, says Grantham councillor

03 May 2020
Constructive opposition is vital, says Grantham councillor

Constructive opposition is vital, says Grantham councillor

03 May 2020

A column by Labour councillor Lee Steptoe.

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‘Our links to Ethiopia are what I’m most proud of'

02 May 2020
‘Our links to Ethiopia are what I’m most proud of'

‘Our links to Ethiopia are what I’m most proud of'

02 May 2020

In this week's The Big Interview, a Grantham businessman talks about building relationships in Africa.

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Drag racers account for more than a quarter of lockdown fines handed out in Grantham

29 April 2020
Drag racers account for more than a quarter of lockdown fines handed out in Grantham

Drag racers account for more than a quarter of lockdown fines handed out in Grantham

29 April 2020

More lockdown fines have been handed out in Grantham than anywhere else in the county - and this is why.


Grantham businesses urged to help InvestSK build snapshot of economy

29 April 2020
Grantham businesses urged to help InvestSK build snapshot of economy

Grantham businesses urged to help InvestSK build snapshot of economy

29 April 2020

Businesses across South Kesteven are urged to complete a survey to help build a picture of the district's economy during the Covid-19 crisis.


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