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MP stabbed to death at constituency surgery

MP stabbed to death at constituency surgery

MP stabbed to death at constituency surgery

Tributes are coming in for a politician who has died after being stabbed at a constituency surgery in Essex today.


Full contents of cycle shop to be auctioned following death of owner

Full contents of cycle shop to be auctioned following death of owner

Full contents of cycle shop to be auctioned following death of owner

An auction of items from a Grantham bicycle shop will take place next week following the death of its owner.


Father signs up for London Marathon after shedding 14 stone in pandemic

Father signs up for London Marathon after shedding 14 stone in pandemic

Father signs up for London Marathon after shedding 14 stone in pandemic

A Grantham father-of-four has shed more than 14 stone, nearly half his body weight, during the Covid-19 pandemic.


Firefighters visit primary school to help with Great Fire of London topic

Firefighters visit primary school to help with Great Fire of London topic

Firefighters visit primary school to help with Great Fire of London topic

Year 1 and Year 2 pupils at Belmont Primary School have been learning all about how the fire service changed since 1666.


Driver and passenger taken to hospital after town centre collision

Driver and passenger taken to hospital after town centre collision

Driver and passenger taken to hospital after town centre collision

Police have confirmed that two people were taken to hospital after a collision in the Grantham, with the injuries not thought to be life threatening.


Health consultation meeting in Grantham turns 'chaotic' after protesters gather outside

Health consultation meeting in Grantham turns 'chaotic' after protesters gather outside

Health consultation meeting in Grantham turns 'chaotic' after protesters gather outside

A public consultation meeting on health services, including Grantham A&E, became 'shambolic' last night after there were heated exchanges.

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Call for dogs to be kept on leads after sheep attacked

Call for dogs to be kept on leads after sheep attacked

Call for dogs to be kept on leads after sheep attacked

A farmer whose sheep were attacked wants dog owners to realise the harm their pets can cause in the countryside.


Volunteers mark International E-Waste Day after electric items pulled from Witham

Volunteers mark International E-Waste Day after electric items pulled from Witham

Volunteers mark International E-Waste Day after electric items pulled from Witham

RiverCare volunteers are urging people to repair, reuse and repurpose their broken or unused electronics.


Emergency services are attending collision involving several vehicles in town centre

Emergency services are attending collision involving several vehicles in town centre

Emergency services are attending collision involving several vehicles in town centre

Several vehicles have been involved in a collision in Westgate.


Contactless spending limits rise to highest limit yet

Contactless spending limits rise to highest limit yet

Contactless spending limits rise to highest limit yet

Shoppers can buy more using contactless card payments from today, as limits rise as part of efforts to help the economy recover from the pandemic.


Armed police respond to reports of man with knife

Armed police respond to reports of man with knife

Armed police respond to reports of man with knife

A man is in custody after officers were deployed to Princess Drive, Grantham, shortly before midnight following an altercation.


Traffic disruption ahead as Anglian Water prepares to install and replace water mains

Traffic disruption ahead as Anglian Water prepares to install and replace water mains

Traffic disruption ahead as Anglian Water prepares to install and replace water mains

Anglian Water will be replacing water mains near a major Grantham road from next week over a four month period.


Fewer than a quarter of children aged 12 to 15 in the county have been vaccinated for Covid

Fewer than a quarter of children aged 12 to 15 in the county have been vaccinated for Covid

Fewer than a quarter of children aged 12 to 15 in the county have been vaccinated for Covid

Fewer than a quarter of Lincolnshire children aged 12 to 15 have so far been vaccinated for COVID according to government figures.


Appeal for knitted poppies to decorate Friendly Bench for Remembrance Day

Appeal for knitted poppies to decorate Friendly Bench for Remembrance Day

Appeal for knitted poppies to decorate Friendly Bench for Remembrance Day

The Friendly Bench Bottesford community group are inviting the community to knit, crochet or sew a poppy to cover the Friendly Bench.


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