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BBC news for Lincolnshire

Memorials plan for UK terror victims

The government is to fund two permanent memorials to UK victims of terror attacks overseas, Prime Minister David Cameron announces.

Bin lorry tributes to unsung heroes

Tributes to community "unsung heroes" are to be given public exposure - on the sides of Lincolnshire bin lorries.

Cyclist dies after road collision

A cyclist who was injured in a road collision in Lincolnshire dies in hospital.

Base event cancelled over 'security'

US Independence Day celebrations at which the the Red Arrows were due to fly are cancelled over "security concerns".

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