BBC news for Lincolnshire

World War Two bomber memorial centre gets £700,000 grant

International Bomber Command Centre near Lincoln will host an exhibition and memorial walls.

Sleaford WWII veteran claims medals after 72 years

The 93-year-old says he felt he "did not deserve" the honour until now.

Lincolnshire council boss pops question at meeting

Rosemary Woolley said she was "shocked" when Martin Trollope-Bellew proposed in the council chamber.

Afghanistan blast scientist Lee Peters receives MoD payout

Lee Peters was handling a booby-trapped package that had been assessed as low risk by security.

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Trump 'determined to pursue peace' after Pope meeting

US president says he is "more determined than ever" to seek global peace after his Vatican audience.

Taiwan's top court rules in favour of same-sex marriage

The decision paves the way for Taiwan to become the first place in Asia to allow same-sex marriages.

Ex-officer helps exonerate US prisoner after 24 years

"You know, time heals all wounds", Shaurn Thomas says as he leaves the Pennsylvania prison.

Migrant crisis: Mediterranean rescue as 34 drown

Rescuers tell of a frantic mission to save about 200 people who fell from a packed boat off Libya.