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'Bullying' claims hit Louth Town Council
Accusations of bullying have been made against members of Louth Town Council following an outburst during a heated debate last week.
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Mon Jul 21, 2014
Louth Town Council vote in support of new 'shopping centre' proposal for Cattle Market site
Louth Town Council voted unanimously in support of a new Cattle Market proposal at this evening's meeting which would see a shopping centre built on the site alongside the existing Cattle Market, in the hope that East Lindsey District Council will defer the upcoming decision about the site's future on July 23. The proposal, provided by NewRiver ... (more)
Sat Jul 19, 2014
Gardening group's aim to bring colour back to Sutton on Sea
Sutton on Sea Gardening Group is transforming the town to fill it full of colour and are also on the hunt for new volunteers.
Thu Jul 17, 2014
Market Rasen Mail
Free-fall fundraiser to boost family support charity fund
Home-Start Volunteer Gemini Meggitt, left, and Home-Start Family Support Co-ordinator Kerry Gooderham ready to take to the skies EMN-141107-083503001 A Market Rasen woman has made a 15,000ft tandem skydive to raise money for a charity working to help struggling families across the county.
Wed Jul 16, 2014
ASDA named as top bidder for Louth Cattle Market site
East Lindsey District Council has revealed that the highest bidder for the Cattle Market site - if it is sold following a vote on July 23 - is ASDA.
Thu Jul 10, 2014
Louth Mayor accuses ELDC councillor of misconduct
The row over the proposed sale of Louth's Cattle Market has intensified following an accusation of misconduct against an ELDC councillor.
Tue Jul 08, 2014
Joining forces for First World War centenary project
East Lindsey District Council, orchestra Sinfonia Viva and RAF Coningsby have joined forces to bring an innovative First World War Centenary Project to the District.
Tue Jul 01, 2014
North Somercotes restaurant loses licence after illegal immigrant discovery
East Lindsey's Alcohol Licensing Committee has permanently revoked the premises licence of a North Somercotes restaurant and takeaway after discovering that an illegal immigrant was working there as a chef.
Sun Jun 29, 2014
Keys are exchanged for centre
Alford Mayor Richard Quantrell hands the keys of the Corn Exchange to Harry Dewick-Eisele, watched by Richard Houltby and volunteers from the community group.
Thu Jun 26, 2014
Louth councillor moves to Nottingham - but will continue to serve on ELDC
East Lindsey District Councillor Michael Preen, who represents the Louth Trinity ward, has moved away from the area to a new home in the village of Keyworth, near Nottingham - but he will continue to serve on the district council until next May. Electoral rules state that councillors must live in the area at the time they are elected, but there is ... (more)
POLL: Fresh doubts emerge over Cattle Market proposals
Fresh doubts have emerged about East Lindsey District Council's controversial proposal to offload its Cattle Market site in Louth to the private sector for redevelopment.
Tue Jun 24, 2014
600 solar panels are planned for Battle of Winceby site
East Lindsey District Council's planning committee meets tomorrow to decide on an application for the panels on land adjoining High Barn Farm in Winceby.