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Calls for crackdown on anti-social behaviour
An order aimed at reducing anti-social behaviour is being proposed, following wildlife attacks, fighting, spitting and stone throwing in Balderton and Newark.
All EU residents must apply to EU Settlement Scheme
Failure to apply to the EU Settlement scheme before end of June means EU residents will lose their legal rights to live and work in the UK.
COVID-secure high street re-opening underway
SHOPPERS are being urged to shop locally but safely, as retailers, hospitality venues and personal care businesses resume trading.
Prince Philip, The Duke of Edinburgh has died aged 99
A statement from Buckingham Palace said: "It is with deep sorrow that Her Majesty The Queen has announced the death of her beloved husband, His Royal Highness The Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh.
£18m announced for cycle training for children and their families
Government invests record £18 million toward cycle training for children and families.
Spilsby, Horncastle and Louth Markets ready to re-open from Monday
East Lindsey-run markets in Spilsby, Horncastle and Louth are looking forward to welcoming all traders back from Monday 12th April.
Top Of The Form For Fitness
Schoolchildren have been boosting their fitness during lockdown and on their return to the classroom, thanks to the help of video-sessions provided by fitness professionals.
Boston Market ready to re-open to all traders
Boston Market has continued to operate a limited number of stalls throughout lockdown and is looking forward to welcoming back all traders from Wednesday 14 April.
Lincolnshire Archives to re-open on April 13th
Residents wishing to find out more about their family history, their homes or the history of Lincolnshire will soon be able to revisit Lincolnshire Archives.