BBC news for Lincolnshire

Complaint over judge's Rooney traveller family remarks

The judge made the comments as he sentenced the Rooney family for modern slavery offences.

National Trust memberships hit new high of five million

The charity's chairman, Tim Parker, says people go to its sites to escape "busy, noisy" technology.

Ex-Diocese of Lincoln clergyman sexually abused girls

John Bailey, 76, indecently assaulted three girls between 1955 and 1982.

Southern, Merseyrail, Arriva Rail North and Greater Anglia rail staff strike

Members of the Rail, Maritime and Transport union (RMT) are staging two 24-hour walkouts in October.

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Iran tests missile despite Trump pressure

The launch of the Khoramshahr missile, with a range of 2,000km, was shown on state TV.

China limits oil trade to North Korea and bans textile trade

Traditionally Pyongyang's only ally, China is targeting the North's economy after new UN sanctions.

US student trapped in Indiana cave for three days

Lukas Cavar, 19, says he had to lick the walls of the cave for moisture during his three day ordeal.

Trump rails against Republican Obamacare rebels

Republicans who refuse to back repeal legislation lack "guts", the US president says.