Lincolnshire County, England Newswire (Page 10)

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  1. Martin Hill: Business as usual for LincolnshireRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jun 21 | The Lincolnite

    Well, it's now a fortnight since the general election, and the Westminster dust is perhaps finally starting to settle. First of all, as the Conservative leader of Lincolnshire County Council, I was obviously very disappointed by the general election result.

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  2. Cricket | Staffordshire frustrated in draw with LincolnshireRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jun 21 | Your Leek Paper

    DESPITE the record-breaking efforts of captain Kadeer Ali, Staffordshire were unable to force a victory from their three-day fixture against Eastern Division champions Lincolnshire at Sleaford. Ali was on the field for almost the entire three days, just missing from the action for 16 overs on the opening day.

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  3. Caravan fire caused by 'disused barbecue'Read the original story

    Wednesday Jun 21 | Boston Standard

    Crews from Boston and Leverton attended the blaze on Sleaford Road, at the corner to Brothertoft Road at 10.55am. A spokesman for the service said the blaze was caused by a disused barbecue, which caused severe damage by fire to the caravan.

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  4. A Queen with no crown: North East Lincs MP give their view on what could be in the Queen's SpeechRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jun 21 | This Is Grimsby

    The Queen's Speech, due to be read today, is expected to be one of the briefest in living memory. Parliamentary Correspondent Patrick Daly spoke to North East Lincolnshire MPs about what their hopes and expectations are for the speech.

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  5. Langage power plant sold to European firm in 318m dealRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jun 21 | Plymouth Evening Herald

    Plymouth's huge Langage power station is to be sold as part of a A 318million package to a giant European energy company. Centrica plc has agreed to sell both the Langage and South Humber Bank combined cycle gas turbine power stations to EP UK Investments Ltd. The two power stations combined have about 130 staff, it is understood more than 40 are at Langage, who will be consulted regarding potential transfer to the new operator.

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  6. YMCA urges community to get active & support young livesRead the original story

    Wednesday Jun 21 | Pressat

    We are asking people to sign up and take on one or all three of the fitness challenges & help raise funds to support the activities that YMCA provide A LOCAL youth charity is urging people to get active and help transform young lives in communities across North East Lincolnshire through a special fundraising event to be held in Grimsby on Sunday 20 August. YMCA Humber's HumberThon is a fitness-themed fundraiser that will see participants tackle 40 minutes of yoga, 40 minutes of Tabata circuits and 40 minutes of Maracacise to help support the charity's continued development of young people in the local area.

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  7. Communities in Skegness come together to battle hatredRead the original story

    Wednesday Jun 21 | Skegness Standard

    A barbecue and street party at Philip Grove Community Centre on Sunday as one of 3,300 such events that took place to commemorate the life and work of MP Jo Cox who was killed a year ago. ANL-170620-123259001

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  8. Residents want action on dangerous parking throughout townRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jun 21 | Braintree and Witham Times

    At an evening meeting last Wednesday, organised by Witham Neighbourhood Watch, residents were given the chance to air their views on the town's current parking problems. Witham Town Councillor Phil Barlow attended and will now take residents questions forward to the North Essex Parking Partnership, Essex Police and Witham Town Council.

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  9. Centrica plc UK Regulatory Announcement: DisposalRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jun 20 | Business Wire

    Centrica plc has agreed to sell its operational Langage and South Humber Bank combined cycle gas turbine power stations, with a combined capacity of 2.3GW, to EP UK Investments Ltd for A 318million in cash, subject to customary working capital and other completion adjustments. EPUK's ultimate parent company, EPH, is Europe's 7th largest power generator and owns the Eggborough and Lynemouth Power stations in the UK.

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  10. Article ImageRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jun 20 | This Is Grimsby

    Grimsby mum of seven Katie Delatouche, left, will wear a sobriety tag, right, after a drunken day with friend Lucy Morris, centre Grimsby mum of seven Katie Delatouche, left, will wear a sobriety tag, right, after a drunken day with friend Lucy... A drunken mother of seven has vowed to turn her life around after she became the first woman to be fitted with a sobriety tag in Grimsby . Katie Delatouche went on an all day drinking spree before an angry bust up in a shop in which she flashed her breast.

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  11. Grimsby Amateur Radio SocietyRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jun 20 | This Is Grimsby

    Grimsby Amateur Radio Society. Our club is for those with an interest in Amateur Radio and Shortwave Listening in the Grimsby and Cleethorpes areas of North East Lincolnshire.

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  12. It's about time you went to Nova ScotiaRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jun 15 | Boston.com

    We've just arrived in Halifax, Nova Scotia, for one of those trips you keep promising yourself but never seem to take; it's so close on a map, you just assume you'll get there eventually. Spurred by a stronger US dollar that has discounted nearly every part of our trip - including nonstop, 80-minute flights on Air Canada for less than $300 - that day is here.

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  13. English teacher one of only 56 in country to win prestigious awardRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jun 20 | Braintree and Witham Times

    AN English teacher from a Witham academy has become one of only 56 people selected to receive a national teaching award. On Friday he was presented with a Pearson Silver Teaching Award in the New Teacher of the Year Category by Witham Town Mayor JoAnn Williams and headteacher of New Rickstones Damian Lee.

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  14. Silver award for Rasen's slimming success storyRead the original story

    Tuesday Jun 20 | Market Rasen Mail

    A weight-loss expert from Market Rasen has won an award for the exceptional work she does in helping more than 100 people in the area to lose weight every week. Annabelle Stemp opened the Saturday morning Slimming World group in March and has now received 'Silver' status by the national slimming club because of her success in supporting local slimmers to reach their dream weight, improve their health and change their lives.

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  15. Jewellery stolen during family barbecue in FramptonRead the original story

    Tuesday Jun 20 | Spalding Today

    It happened in Silvertoft Lane where intruders went in through the back door and also took mobile phones, an iPad and purse while the family were in the garden between 2.30pm and 3.30pm. Most of the jewellery had been passed down by relatives and "held an enormous amount of sentimental value", according to a Lincolnshire Police spokesman.

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  16. Scunthorpe band bring DIY record to the massesRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jun 12 | This Is Scunthorpe

    THEIR debut EP may be named after a German city, but Osnabruck by Scunthorpe indie rock trio The Claxbys is a salute to good old-fashioned British DIY. The Osnabruck launch will be at the town's Cafe Indiependent on June 23 when Scunthorpe's Skintillas and Huddersfield's Able's Army will be in support.

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  17. Skegness pub has Alcohol Premises Licence reviewed after showing...Read the original story

    Tuesday Jun 20 | Skegness Standard

    A Skegness pub has had new condition placed on its Alcohol Premises Licence after is showed an "inability to deal with an incident" which saw a man lose an eye. The Marine Boathouse Pub, in Lumley Road, has been subject to a Licence Review Hearing at East Lindsey District Council after a man was attacked and a glass pushed into his face, which resulted in the loss of an eye.

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  18. Forest Green Rovers sign former Scunthorpe and Walsall defender Scott LairdRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jun 20 | This is Gloucestershire

    Forest Green Rovers have landed their fifth summer signing with the arrival of defender Scott Laird on a two-year contract. The 29-year-old joins the club following his exit from League One side Scunthorpe United and is another addition to a squad as the club prepares for its first ever season in the Football League.

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  19. UGE (TSXV: $UGE.V) Reaches New Scale Announcing 15 New #Solar Systems with Peterborough UtilitiesRead the original story

    Tuesday Jun 20 | InvestorIdeas.com

    June 20, 2017 UGE International Ltd. , a global leader in solar energy solutions for the commercial and industrial sector, announces it has been selected as the winner to engineer and build 15 new solar systems for Peterborough Solar Projects Corporation , a partnership between Peterborough Utilities Inc. and the City of Peterborough. The portfolio will see 9.0MW DC of peak power generation built across 15 sites in Ontario.

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  20. Rasen youngsters on track to raise bumper fundsRead the original story

    Tuesday Jun 20 | Market Rasen Mail

    Market Rasen's deputy mayor has declared himself 'humbled' by youngsters' 'enthusiasm' in raising funds for the town's skate park project. Deputy mayor Stephen Bunney reported that the group had made a number of plans to raise and save cash to help reach the skate park project's proposed 2018 completion date.

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