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Farmers Concerned Over EU regulations

Pesticide bans from Europe are threatening farmers livelihoods across our region and thousands of jobs.

A report out today, backed by the National Farmers Union, says around 20 per cent of pesticides have been lost because of bans and restrictions imposed by Brussels over the last five years and fear that things are set to get a whole lot worse. Helen Steel reports.

Tonight's football results


Norwich City 1 Leeds United 1, Huddersfield Town 1 Brighton 1, Rotherham United 3 Fulham 3, Brentford 0 Sheffield Wednesday 0

League One

Bristol City 2 Bradford City 2, Colchester 2 Chesterfield 1, Port Vale 2 Scunthorpe United 2, Sheffield United 2 Yeovil Town 0, Doncaster Rovers 0 Leyton Orient 2, Barnsley 2 Notts County 3

League Two

Tranmere Rovers 0 Mansfield Town 0, Morecombe 1 York City 1


Man missing for nine months

Police are appealing for information about a man who went missing in January 2014.

Justian Perry has not been in contact with his family since January Credit: Police photo

The 43-year old man has not been seen by his family since August 2011, when he left home. His family, from Tydd St Mary have said they used to receive emails from him, but these stopped in January.

It is believed that Justian is in Europe somewhere, and it is known that he attended the Consulate in Barcelona in 2012 when he lost his passport.

However he left the building without waiting for assistance. He may have been in other countries as well, including Switzerland.

Justian's family are concerned for him, as they have not heard from him for so long.

Before he left he was diagnosed with a medical condition and he may not be taking any medication for this.

Anyone with information can contact Lincolnshire police.

Woman wins award for helping homeless people and pets

A woman from Bradford has received an award for her charity work with homeless people and their pets.

Sarah Fretwell was given the prestigious award from the International Fund for Animal Welfare at the House of Lords.

It was for her charity "Heart-hounds" which helps homeless owners with medical and respite care for their dogs. Sarah set it up two years ago after meeting a homeless man who's pet had a tumour which vets refused to treat without payment.

Plans to build Lincolnshire wind farm well on the way

A massive wind farm off the coast of Lincolnshire is set to be one of the biggest in the world.

The company behind the Triton Knoll scheme has already been given planning permission for just under three hundred massive turbines.

Today it revealed details of how it will bring the power that's generated back to land and where it will build a new electricity sub-station. Kate Hemingway reports.

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