Lincolnshire County, England Newswire (Page 4)

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  1. Dinosaurs and dragons at Sutton St James Primary SchoolRead the original story

    Monday Apr 23 | Spalding Today

    Dressing up as dinosaurs or fiery dragons had everyone at Sutton St James Primary School in the mood for story writing in the run-up to a visit by popular children's author Nigel Blackman. Nigel is well known for writing and illustrating the Secret Dinosaur series, so dinosaurs were chosen as a dressing-up option in his honour while dragons were a nod to St George's Day.

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  2. Rasen Lions create a touch of 'Stardust'Read the original story

    Monday Apr 23 | Market Rasen Mail

    Sara Sprague is part of Stardust, a group that helps young people, with a passion for musicals, develop their love of performing. Stardust only began last year and with the help of charitable groups, such as Market Rasen Lions, is now a flourishing group offering a creative outlet for those aged 18 to 30 with additional needs.

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  3. Picture gallery: All for St George at Caistor Town HallRead the original story

    Monday Apr 23 | Market Rasen Mail

    Market Rasen Band and Caistor Male Voice Choir entertained the crowd in Caistor Town Hall at the annual St George's Prom event on Saturday.

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  4. Woman cut out her own breast using scalpel, Dettol and a YouTube tutorialRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Apr 23 | Metro

    A mother-of-three has described the moment she cut out her own breast implant after her giant boobs gave her anxiety. Tonia Rossington, 49, from Skegness, had her B-cup breasts increased to an F-cup when her natural boobs became saggy and deflated through breastfeeding three children.

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  5. Recent editorials published in Nebraska newspapersRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Apr 23 | The Hastings Tribune

    Nebraska lawmakers had notable unanimity by voting 49-0 to approve sensible requirements for payday lenders, under Legislative Bill 194 by State Sen. Tony Vargas of Omaha.

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  6. Public invited to Lincolnshire East CCG Governing Body MeetingRead the original story

    Monday Apr 23 | Skegness Standard

    Patients and the public are invited to the next meeting of NHS Lincolnshire East Clinical Commissioning Group's Governing Body, which takes place this Thursday, April 26, in Woodhall Spa. Led by local GPs and other health professionals, Lincolnshire East CCG consists of 29 GP practices across three localities - Boston Area, East Lindsey, and Skegness and Coast.

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  7. City of Lincoln Council, U.K. Selects Siklu's High-Capacity Wireless...Read the original story

    Monday Apr 23 | Newkerala.com

    FORT LEE, N.J: Siklu Inc., the global market leader in mmWave solutions, announced today that its wireless radios have been deployed in the City of Lincoln, United Kingdom. These systems provide 14 high capacity wireless data links in support of a modern IP networked CCTV system, primarily to provide surveillance for the city and public spaces.

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  8. Spalding Paras drop into Morrison's at PinchbeckRead the original story

    Monday Apr 23 | Spalding Today

    Spalding branch of The Parachute Regimental Association will hold a bucket collection at Morrison's supermarket in Pinchbeck on Friday. Branch chairman Major David Allmond said it is hoped D-Day veterans will be there and that there will be a small display.

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  9. Grantham area lottery winners urge South Kesteven to look for missing ticket.Read the original story

    Monday Apr 23 | Rutland and Stamford Mercury

    Lottery organisers Camelot renewed their pleas on Friday for people to look for the ticket, but today they said the claim was still outstanding. The ticket was for the Lotto draw of Saturday April 7 and contained the six winning numbers 1, 4, 31, 33, 52 and 55. Staged at Wyndham Park, which recently was awarded A 818,000 of lottery money, it featured lottery winners Jim and Maureen Emerton.

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  10. Expert questions Denmark to Lincolnshire power cable Viking Link viablityRead the original story

    Monday Apr 23 | Skegness Standard

    A renewable energy expert has questioned the cost and feasibility of moving ahead with the Lincolnshire to Denmark power cable project known as the Viking Link. Brian Vad Mathiesen, a Danish engineer and professor at Aalborg University, said that uncertainties over when the investment would make a profit together with a potential increase in greenhouse gas emissions meant that it was worth reconsidering the viability of the project.

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  11. Double theft in Boyes store in LouthRead the original story

    Monday Apr 23 | Louth Leader

    Two men have entered the Boyes store in Mercer Row, Louth, on two occassions with empty carrier bags, before filling the bags with pyjamas and then leaving the store. The first incident took place on April 16, at around 1.30pm, and the second incident took place the day after, at around 2pm.

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  12. Work continues on conversion of Long Sutton's Peele Community College to an academyRead the original story

    Monday Apr 23 | Spalding Today

    Peele Community College at Long Sutton appears on target to convert to an academy under the wing of the Lincolnshire Educational Trust , linked to the University of Lincoln. Head teacher Jane Moody said: " is progressing with the due diligence process and working with Lincolnshire County Council to resolve a number of issues which will be helpful to secondary education in Long Sutton.

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  13. Federation raises cash for charityRead the original story

    Monday Apr 23 | Horncastle News

    The schools of Lincolnshire Wolds Federation raised an impressive amount of money for Happy Days Children's Charity through sponsored walks. Pupils from St Lawrence School and St Bernard's School took part in an elephant themed sponsored walk.

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  14. Police appeal for witnesses to incident linked to recent stabbingRead the original story

    Monday Apr 23 | Boston Standard

    Police have launched an appeal for witnesses to an incident they believe was linked to a stabbing in Boston last weekend. The serious assault took place in the early hours of Saturday, and saw one man in his 20s stabbed near the clock repair shop on West Street and taken to Pilgrim Hospital with a serious injury.

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  15. Rugby Report: Late try sees Calveley's Lincoln swansong end in defeatRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Apr 23 | The Lincolnite

    Lincoln's Jim Calveley, pictured with his teammate Leigh Dearden, after making his final appearance for the club before retirement. Photo: Adam Smith Jim Calveley hung up his boots after Lincoln's 1st XV's last away league game of the season ended in a 20-17 defeat at Loughborough, which lifted their opponents off the bottom of the table.

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  16. Liposuction Abroad Benefits Convince More and More People to Go Abroad for Liposuction ProcedureRead the original story

    Monday Apr 23 | SBWire

    Liposuction, commonly referred to as lipo, is a type of cosmetic surgery that breaks up and sucks fat from the abdomen, thighs, hips, arms and other parts of the body to change its shape. People choose to go abroad for liposuction because the substantial savings they get are worth the trip.

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  17. Is this the last chance to save a section of Horncastle's Roman wall?Read the original story

    Sunday Apr 22 | Horncastle News

    Volunteers are stepping up their efforts to save a section of the town's Roman wall which is under threat from erosion. The wall is at the Community Centre where a public meeting has been called on Saturday April 28 to discuss a report that has identified the urgent work required to save the 2,000-year-old structure.

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  18. A high-stakes European soccer match, made in BostonRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Apr 22 | Boston.com

    Both are ardent fans who dipped into their fortunes to resuscitate storied European football franchises, though each betrays a markedly different game face. Only one, for example, is the type to jump into a fountain amid a crowd of delirious fans to celebrate an improbable victory.

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  19. Heron Club members are in full flight at disability gamesRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Apr 20 | Hunts Post

    The Rotary Club of St Ives arranged for members of the Heron Club to participate in a Disability Games event in Lincolnshire. The Rotary District Disability Games was held in Stamford on April 15 and featured more than 150 competitors from across the region, including competitors from Spalding, Northampton, Woodhall Spa, Lutterworth, Sleaford, and Lincoln.

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  20. Irish opera on song as home-grown stars make themselves heard on a world stageRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Apr 22 | Independent.ie

    What a week for Irish opera! It was announced that Gavan Ring will make his debut at the BBC Proms at the Royal Albert Hall, London this August. What a week for Irish opera! It was announced that Gavan Ring will make his debut at the BBC Proms at the Royal Albert Hall, London this August.

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