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Bid to change market fees

14 November 2021
Bid to change market fees

Bid to change market fees

14 November 2021

Two councillors are trying to change the new market fees for a town.


Licence revoked after illegal worker served child

21 October 2021
Licence revoked after illegal worker served child

Licence revoked after illegal worker served child

21 October 2021

A village shop has had its right to sell alcohol revoked after an illegal worker sold booze to two 15-year-olds.


More than 450 properties suffer power cut

20 October 2021
More than 450 properties suffer power cut

More than 450 properties suffer power cut

20 October 2021

More than 450 properties have been without power in one town this afternoon.


Calls to make use of dormant power station

16 October 2021
Calls to make use of dormant power station

Calls to make use of dormant power station

16 October 2021

There’s still no plan to switch on Sutton Bridge Power Station - despite fears of a national winter energy shortage.


Shop caught in under-age sale test

03 September 2021
Shop caught in under-age sale test

Shop caught in under-age sale test

03 September 2021

A shop was caught selling alcohol and tobacco to a 15-year-old in a police and trading standards operation.


Worries over 'danger' building

17 July 2021
Worries over 'danger' building

Worries over 'danger' building

17 July 2021

An eyesore landmark has become a very dangerous hazard - with fire crews warning it could be lost if issues with arson attacks continue.


£100million bridge project needed

08 July 2021
£100million bridge project needed

£100million bridge project needed

08 July 2021

A £100 million-plus project is needed to build a new A17 bridge, according to leading councillors.


‘Don’t replace our bridge’

08 July 2021
‘Don’t replace our bridge’

‘Don’t replace our bridge’

08 July 2021

Concerned councillors have questioned the wisdom of spending £100 million-plus on a new A17 crossing.


A17 bridge works passed

06 July 2021
A17 bridge works passed

A17 bridge works passed

06 July 2021

Councillors have given their approval to a four-month project to paint an historical bridge.

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Council to call in police following alleged abuse

05 July 2021
Council to call in police following alleged abuse

Council to call in police following alleged abuse

05 July 2021

A parish council is calling in the police to investigate allegations of harassment raised by members.


Could you be the figurehead for good neighbour group?

03 July 2021
Could you be the figurehead for good neighbour group?

Could you be the figurehead for good neighbour group?

03 July 2021

A volunteer is needed to be the figurehead of a community support network.


Man admits murder of daughter's ex-partner

29 June 2021
Man admits murder of daughter's ex-partner

Man admits murder of daughter's ex-partner

29 June 2021

A man has pleaded guilty to stabbing his daughter's ex partner to death.


Fresh calls to fix hotel

28 April 2021
Fresh calls to fix hotel

Fresh calls to fix hotel

28 April 2021

Long-standing troubles with a hotel have been blamed for placing a town's conservation area ‘at risk’.


‘Sounds’ like a compromise

24 April 2021
‘Sounds’ like a compromise

‘Sounds’ like a compromise

24 April 2021

A factory has been accused of not being a ‘good neighbour'.


Pontoon work at marina

20 April 2021
Pontoon work at marina

Pontoon work at marina

20 April 2021

Work is due to start shortly on adding new pontoons to a marina.


Our ‘undersold’ treasure

20 April 2021
Our ‘undersold’ treasure

Our ‘undersold’ treasure

20 April 2021

More should be made of the natural beauty of the area around The Wash, according to a leading councillor.


Plan announced for new tip

19 April 2021
Plan announced for new tip

Plan announced for new tip

19 April 2021

Plans are in place to provide a new tip – and it’s hoped this might help in the fight against fly tipping.


‘I’ll come for you if you sell booze to problem gang’

13 April 2021
‘I’ll come for you if you sell booze to problem gang’

‘I’ll come for you if you sell booze to problem gang’

13 April 2021

A concerned councillor has vowed to clamp down on anyone selling booze to a gang of youths who are making residents’ lives a misery.


Kids to catch cricket bug

13 April 2021
Kids to catch cricket bug

Kids to catch cricket bug

13 April 2021

Coaches hope the recent return of cricket to free to air television can help to inspire the next generation of stars to take up the game.


Coastguard called into action to help grounded boat

10 April 2021
Coastguard called into action to help grounded boat

Coastguard called into action to help grounded boat

10 April 2021

Coastguard rescue officers were called out to boat stuck in The Wash late last night.


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