Lincolnshire County, England Newswire (Page 6)

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  1. Howett marks his debut in seniors event by coming away with titleRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 17 | Evening News

    Norfolk Seniors champion Will Howett with county president Graham Turner and Royal Cromer captain Jane Jones. Picture: Norfolk CGU It was a case of first time lucky as Royal Cromer golfer Will Howett won the Norfolk Seniors' Championship on his home course.

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  2. Scott Rasmussen: To move nation forward, lift up Americaa s founding idealsRead the original story

    Thursday Aug 17 | Northern Virginia Daily

    In the decade leading up to America's War for Independence, much of the drama took place in and around Boston. Sam Adams was the ringleader on the colonial side and public enemy number one to the British.

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  3. Third annual Me&Dee half marathon charity walk in MablethorpeRead the original story

    Thursday Aug 17 | Louth Leader

    It will both start and finish at The Dunes Complex in Mablethorpe, with the event kicking off at 10am, with everyone in fancy dress. Debbie Prince, volunteer fund raising manager said: "I cannot thank people enough for taking part in this years annual event for the charity.

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  4. Bad weather was the big winner during Saturday's Lincolnshire League cricket matchesRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 17 | This Is Scunthorpe

    Despite the best efforts of groundstaff and pitch covers, play was possible in only nine games out of the 22 scheduled across the five divisions. When Barton Town's premier division home game against title-chasing Caistor got underway at Marsh Lane, it was no surprise the hosts elected to bat first.

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  5. Community champions from Roma gypsy communities in Great Yarmouth,...Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 17 | Ely Standard

    Based on 2011 Census figures, Fenland is home to around 500 travellers/gypsies but many believe the number is double that. Now a A 150,000 government study is being launched to integrate the Roma community - thought to account for two thirds of Cambridgeshire gypsies- and to tackle discrimination.

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  6. Mother stunned to find a set of DENTURES taped to a treeRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 17 | Daily Mail

    Woman, 25, who survived a month in the woods of Alabama and emerged TWO days after court dropped charges against her because she was presumed dead shows off her injuries Trump says removing 'beautiful' Confederate memorials is 'foolish' and ripping apart the 'history and culture of our great country' in provocative new tweetstorm EXCLUSIVE: Steve Bannon says controversial interview with liberal magazine was GOOD for the White House because it 'drew fire away' from Trump Living the high life: Inside the secretive Korowai tribe who live above the forest in treehouses... and didn't know other people existed until the 1970s 'Oh my God, whose child is this?': Heartbreaking 911 calls after boy, 3, was found dead in daycare van after being left for 11 hours in temperatures up to 144 degrees Woman, 28, who shot her 29-year-old wife in the face was abusing her for years before killing her, ... (more)

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  7. Ashiana Indian Restaurant near Newark is shortlisted for major food awardRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 17 | PR Log

    The Ashiana Indian Restaurant near Newark has been shortlisted as one of 15 best Indian Restaurants in the England in one of the most prestigious Asian food awards, the Curry Life Awards. NEWARK ON TRENT, England - Aug. 17, 2017 - PRLog -- Diners from across the country nominate their favourite chef and restaurant in the annual awards ceremony presented by Curry Life magazine in association with the takeaway food ordering app, Just Eat.

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  8. 'A huge relief' - students across East Lindsey celebrate success as A Level results are revealedRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 17 | This is Lincolnshire

    Several students from King Edward VI Grammar School in Louth achieved A*s securing places in top universities such as Cambridge and Oxford.

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  9. 13 of the best angling locations in northern LincolnshireRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 17 | This Is Scunthorpe

    Fishing fans will be spoilt for choice with this list of ponds, lakes and rivers stocking all kinds of fish Northern Lincolnshire has some super angling spots and to give fishing fans a head start, here's a list of some of the best. Flixborough Pond, Scunthorpe: The fishery stocks carp, roach, rudd, tench and orfe.

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  10. GALLERY: Highlights of Skegness Carnival Week 999 DayRead the original story

    Thursday Aug 17 | Skegness Standard

    Volunteers have breathed a sigh of relief there were no emergencies at the new venue for this year's Skegness Carnival Week 999 day. Four days into this year's week of events to entertain visitors and locals alike, the Standard managed to grab a few minutes with Janice Thomson, the Carnival Committee secretary who had been serving refreshments in the Tower Gardens.

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  11. Peter Swann reveals start date for building work on Scunthorpe United's new groundRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 17 | This Is Scunthorpe

    Scunthorpe United chairman Peter Swann has confirmed a 53-week building programme will be in place for the club's new stadium, with work to begin in March. It comes after he revealed on Christmas Eve that the completion date for the venue had been put back to March 2017.

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  12. Latest developments in the Iron's new stadium situationRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 17 | This Is Scunthorpe

    Scunthorpe United chairman Peter Swann has given an update on the club's plans for a new stadium. Pictured is an artist's impression of the stadium at the site it was originally intended for.

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  13. A-LEVELS: Giles Academy pupils 'should be very proud' after top...Read the original story

    Thursday Aug 17 | Boston Standard

    Bosses at Giles Academy, in Old Leake, have congratulated the school's students after a 'first class set of results' will see them all go on to university or into work within the local area. A delighted Head of Sixth Form, Sam Pell, was keen to congratulate all the students on contributing to the results: "All of the students should be congratulated on these outstanding results, and are testament to everyone's hard work throughout the year.

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  14. Ex Sleaford councillor jailed for indecent imagesRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 17 | Newsday

    Ian Dolby, 52, of North Road, Sleaford, Lincolnshire, pleaded guilty at Lincoln Crown Court to 23 counts of making indecent images of children. A police raid on his home in December 2013 found more than 700 computer discs containing pornography, 45 of which contained child sex abuse.

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  15. Investigation launched over allegation Woodhall Spa fireman...Read the original story

    Thursday Aug 17 | Horncastle News

    Lincolnshire Fire and Rescue say they are investigating claims a red-faced Woodhall Spa fire chief allegedly sent a photo of his private parts to his fellow crew members by mistake. According to reports in the national press, Ian Draper, a 60-year-old grandad, meant to send the picture to his partner Sally Ann Draper , using WhatsApp.

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  16. a-Level Results: Eight per cent jump in top grades paints 'very...Read the original story

    Thursday Aug 17 | Spalding Today

    LEVEL RESULTS DAY AT SPALDING GRAMMAR SCHOOL: Head Boy Tom Birdseye is going on to study geography at Emmanuel College, Cambridge. Photo by Tim Wilson.

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  17. To Move Nation Forward, Lift Up America's Founding IdealsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 17 | Real Clear Politics

    In the decade leading up to America's War for Independence, much of the drama took place in and around Boston. Sam Adams was the ringleader on the colonial side and public enemy number one to the British.

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  18. Recent Nostalgia: Skegness Scouts' boating galaRead the original story

    Thursday Aug 17 | Skegness Standard

    The event was held on the Boating Lake, in South Parade, and raised 280 for the Chenkaladi Orphanage Appeal in Sri Lanka. The funds would be used towards building a roof at a children's home in eastern Sri Lanka.

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  19. Pictures: A-level Results - Highest grades at Rasen's De AstonRead the original story

    Thursday Aug 17 | Market Rasen Mail

    The school's students achieved a set of excellent results, including the highest grades possible of A* and Distinction*, plus a host of others who gained marvellous personal results in a range of academic and vocational qualifications. Rebecca Watson with head of English Sarah Peacock.

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  20. Colleges and schools in North Lincolnshire celebrate A Level resultsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 17 | This Is Scunthorpe

    The Scunthorpe college A Level pass rate was 98 per cent with over 30 subjects at A Level achieving 100 per cent pass rate. The college has particularly excelled in its science areas with particular focus on Physics in which 77 per cent of students achieved A*- B grades.

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