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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.

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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.

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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.

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Courts

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.

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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.

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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.

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The home of the Salvation Army in Boston.

Learn about Salvation Army at open day in Boston

There will be a chance to learn more about The Salvation Army when the Boston branch of the organisation – a church and a charity – holds an open day on Saturday, July 21.

Whats on

Horticultural delights for Chailey

Chailey and District Horticultural Society held its annual summer show on Saturday, July, 14.

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Southover House, the Lewes District Council offices in Lewes

Anger over two-hour wait in council telephone call

A Lewes resident is ‘disgusted’ with the new partnership between Lewes District Council and Eastbourne Borough Council after being kept waiting on the telephone for two hours.

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Sleaford Cricket Club: McPeake’s all-round form helps First XI to Woodhall Spa win

Sleaford CC First XI bounced back from defeat at Lincs ECB Premier title rivals Bracebridge heath with a three-wicket win over Woodhall Spa.

Sport
Kia Super League

Kia Super League: Seven-wicket win is perfect start for Southern Vipers at Surrey Stars

By Bruce Talbot

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MBTC Love Bedford symbol

Discover town’s hidden gems courtesy of Love Bedford

Young visitors are being encouraged to take a closer look at Bedford through a “Symbol Spot” summer search sponsored by Love Bedford.

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Field on fire in Colworth

Field on fire in Colworth

A tractor and trailer carrying straw is ‘well alight’ in Colworth, West Sussex Fire and Rescue service has confirmed.

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Shoreham playgroup celebrates 50th anniversary

A playgroup set up by parents as a way to support families in the north end of Shoreham still retains its community focus 50 years later.

Education
The Right Reverend Bishop Peter Ball arrives at Taunton Magistrates Court, Taunton, Somerset in 2014 Picture: SWNS

Inquiry looks into leak of Prince of Wales statement about paedophile Bishop of Chichester

The leaking to the media of a statement from the Prince of Wales about disgraced former Bishop of Chichester Peter Ball is being investigated by the Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse.
Crime
Pensioner dies following town centre robbery

Pensioner dies following town centre robbery

An elderly man who suffered cardiac arrest after being robbed in the town centre has died.

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Scales of justice

Man caught with fake cigarettes stash in St Leonards

A man narrowly escaped jail after being caught with 85,000 illegal cigarettes in the back of his van.

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Buckingham Park came together as a community to celebrate and remember Lorna Myers

Buckingham Park community hosts special event to celebrate and remember Lorna Myers

An outpouring of grief and support brought the whole community together at a special Buckingham Park event to celebrate the life of Lorna Myers.

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Esther Chegem and son in Central Turkana, Kenya where Tr�caire responded to the drought, distributing food packages through the Diocese of Lodwar. Photo: Aidan O'Neill.

Derry public raise over £200,000 for Trócaire

The Derry public helped to raise over £226,000 for Trócaire’s east Africa appeal, which took place this time last year.

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