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Saints sign striker Moore

Brackley Town manager Jon Brady has strengthened his squad with the signing of striker Stefan Moore from Conference North rivals Leamington.


Over the limit driver drank ‘three pints’ before driving

A ‘foolish decision’ to drive led to a Portadown man getting a 16 month driving ban last Wednesday at Craigavon Magistrates Court.

Church news

Legendary Minister celebrates milestone

Legendary First Portadown Presbyterian minister Dr William Craig, who was ordained 70 years ago, had a special visit from Moderator Dr Michael Barry to help him mark the milestone.

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Garden opens

A couple are opening their garden to the public tomorrow (Saturday) and Sunday in aid of the National Trust.


Young child not wearing a seat belt

After police saw a 25-year-old man drive through a red light they discovered that a young child in the car was not wearing a restraint.

The Mayor of Boston with wife and Mayoress Jayne Rush. Photo: David Hart

NEW YEAR MESSAGE: Let’s seek out new horizons in 2018 and find reasons to be proud

You will have heard the clichéd phrase New Year, New You. It is usually applied to those who may have overindulged during the festive season and perhaps need to shed a few pounds. But I want to apply this well-worn phrase in a different and slightly extended way – New Year, New You, New Boston.

Coun Anthony Casson of Moulton, Weston and Cowbit.

Councillor calls time on 31-year parish position in Weston

A Weston parish councillor who has stood down after 31 years has moved to reassure villagers about his continual involvement in the community.

James Parker enjoyed a good full debut for Ansty

Ansty CC round-up: Parker's impressive full debut as first XI win

James Parker took 3-38 and hit 44 on an impressive full debut for Ansty as they beat Bexhill.

Meghan Markle's wedding bouquet is laid on the grave of the Unknown Warrior in the west nave of Westminster Abbey, London

Meghan's bouquet laid on grave of unknown warrior

The Duchess of Sussex has followed the poignant royal tradition of having her wedding bouquet left at the grave of the Unknown Warrior.

The aftermath of the fire

Blaze which extensively damaged six houses may have started deliberately

A blaze which extensively damaged six houses may have been started deliberately, police said.

Ireland's Shane O'Donoghue marked his 150th cap for the Green Machine by scoring in both games against Germany. �INPHO/James Crombie

HOCKEY: Ireland unbeaten against Germany in two-game series

Ireland men finished their two-match series with Germany unbeaten following a draw and a win over their visitors.

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The Woofs and Wellies dog walk in Queen Elizabeth Country Park to raise funds for Rowans Hospice Picture: Chris Moorhouse

IN PICTURES: More than 150 dogs gather for sun-kissed walk in aid of Rowans Hospice

DOZENS of prized pooches and their owners enjoyed a sponsored walk in the weekend sunshine.


Football tournament raises cash for youth mental health charity

AN EQUIPMENT hire company held a five-a-side football tournament to raise money for a youth mental health charity.

File photo dated 19/05/18 of Meghan Markle leaving St George's Chapel at Windsor Castle after her wedding to Prince Harry

Meghan's new title is really rather wonderful, says historian

Meghan's new royal title of Duchess of Sussex on marriage is "really rather wonderful", a historian has said.


‘Our best so far’ – Nearly 200 people unite for QA Ward Walk at Staunton Country Park

See the walkers as they gathered for a huge warm up, at

Sleaford Live Festival, Choirs Galore at Riverside Church, Sleaford. Winchelsea Primary school choir. EMN-180514-105031001

A festival to suit all tastes – Sleaford Live

Sleaford Live music and arts festival has concluded for a 14th year and organisers are saying it has equalled previous successes.

Staff prove they aren't afraid of getting stuck in as they tackle Tough Mudder for LIVES. EMN-180516-111736001

Team tackle mud to raise money for Lincolnshire charity

A Horncastle-based charity which have saved thousands of lives across Lincolnshire is set to benefit from a boost.

A scene from one of the Vote for Emily days at Gunby Hall, with visitor experience manager Astrid Gatenby (centre). Picture: National Trust/Mike Pounder

Celebration of pioneering Emily begins

The clock was turned back more than a hundreds years at Gunby Hall, near Spilsby, last week as the property paid tribute to social and political pioneer – and former resident – Emily Massingberd.

James Palmer

A47 as single carriageway ‘beggars belief’ says mayor

Mayor of Cambridgeshire and Peterborough James Palmer attended his first meeting of the A47 Alliance and the Just Dual It! campaign to join the calls for the Government to fully dual the road between Peterborough and Lowestoft.

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Trees removed for ‘health and safety’

A number of trees have been removed from a central reservation in a new development in Peterborough over health and safety fears.

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