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Applications now open to join live audience at Lincoln election debate http://ow.ly/2X8mxW

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Spaces to reduce for five months of Broadgate car park repairs http://ow.ly/2X5RM7

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Lincolnshire County Council approves fire service cuts - Cuts to the Lincolnshire Fire and Rescue service, including reductions to the number of firefighters across shifts, have been unanimously approved by Lincolnshire County Council. The annual Integrated Risk Management Planning consultation and supporting documents were addressed at a meeting on April 8. The council is required to identify an additional £90 million of savings by 2018/19. The changes to the fire and ... http://ow.ly/2X5GQ6

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Lincoln couple’s fright after finding 5ft snake inside hired van http://ow.ly/2X5urw

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Small businesses quiz Lincoln MP candidates at election hustings http://ow.ly/2X5kUP

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Lincoln fly tipper handed £860 fine after refusing to assist officers http://ow.ly/2X2osu

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Police appeal after Lincoln phone shop burglary - Police are appealing for witnesses and information after offenders broke into a phone shop in Lincoln, making off with gaming and audio accessories. At around 4.20am on April 3 at a Wragby Road shop, close to the Tesco supermarket, a side door was smashed before a number of items were stolen from display cabinets. Police are asking for anyone who may have seen or heard anything unusual or suspicious in the area at the ti... http://ow.ly/2X22Vr

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Lincoln fire service activists to protest ahead of cuts decision http://ow.ly/2X1VVD

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Crimes of Lincoln’s past: The Fossdyke drowning - A 23-year-old Lincoln woman found guilty of murdering her child in August 1895 was spared the death penalty at the eleventh hour. Hannah Elizabeth Wright confessed to killing her three-year-old son, Albert Edward Wright, by drowning him in the Fossdyke. Her defence of temporary insanity was rejected by the judge who sentenced Wright to death. However, a petition to prevent her from being hanged was signed by the bishop o... http://ow.ly/2WYDFJ

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A guide to diabetes - Diabetes is a condition that affects just under 12,000 people in West Lincolnshire, and it is estimated that a further 600 people will be diagnosed this year. Diabetes is when there is excessive glucose in your blood and leads to serious health problems if it is left untreated. The excess of glucose occurs when your body can’t produce enough insulin or, more commonly, your body becomes resistant to the effects of insulin. The initial symptoms of di... http://ow.ly/2WYyES
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