A Lincolnshire ambulance driver caused death of a patient when he drove in to a dyke during a "moment of inattention".
Sprout growers have drafted in Santa scarecrows to ward off hungry wood pigeons.
A group of young men who straightened a bike rack bent when a car hit it are to receive official recognition from Boston Borough Council.
Boston Borough Council is appealing for white goods to help flood victims get back on their feet. Last month a tidal surge caused flooding which hit large parts of the town damaging many homes.
Today and next week the council is asking for donations of fridges, cookers and washing machines to their Fen Road depot - but only in full working condition.
As far as "selfies" go - not much beats a photograph taken by Madison Lambe from Boston in Lincolnshire. She somehow managed to sneak past security and grab herself the perfect picture of herself and Duke of Cambridge. Helen Steel has her story.
Work is underway in Boston to prevent a repeat of the destruction caused by a tidal surge earlier this month. The Environment Agency is replacing a large section of damaged flood wall with temporary defences which are twice as long. Sally Simpson reports.
The family of murder victim Charlotte Piccaver, stabbed to death after a row over rent, have spoken of their relief at the guilty verdict in the murder trial of Mehmet Ozen. Speaking after the verdict, they said:
"After months of suffering and anguish, it is a relief to hear the guilty verdict.
Charlotte was a loving, loyal daughter to all her family and friends. Her death leaves a void that will never be filled but the guilty verdict allows us to start looking forward, rather than being in limbo, and we thank everyone involved in the case".
Detective Chief Inspector Martin Holvey, who led the investigation, said:
"This again brings into the public domain, the danger of knives, sadly leaving two families without their loved ones this Christmas."
A man from Boston has been jailed for life, with a minimum term of 27 years, after being found guilty of stabbing to death a man and a woman in a row over rent.
Charlotte Piccaver was found dead in the flat she rented in April. Her housemate's boyfriend - Darren Harwood was found unconscious. He died later in hospital during surgery. Forty-one-year-old Mehmet Ozen was convicted of two counts of murder.
The jury at Lincoln Crown Court was unable to reach a decision on a third charge of the attempted murder of another woman.
The court heard that Ozen was angry after discovering that Miss Wright had complained to the property owner about Ozen having asked her for more money, despite the fact that she had paid rent in advance.
The jury also heard that Miss Wright, Mr Harwood and Miss Piccaver, had been arrested 48 hours before the fateful night, accused of assaulting Ozen, but were later released without charge. Following that incident, relations between them continued to deteriorate, culminating in the final argument.
Mr Justice Flaux told Ozen he had carried out 'a deliberate, targeted revenge attack on two unarmed people when, in reality, there was no threat to your life'. He also told the families of the victims he had been "unbelievably impressed" with their dignity.
Princess Anne will be meeting victims of last week's flooding in Boston later.
The Environment Agency says the town is one of the worst affected areas. Many homes and businesses were badly damaged after the River Haven burst its banks last Thursday evening.
A vegetable producer in Lincolnshire is giving the humble sprout a festive makeover to try and boost its appeal. Sally Simpson reports.
There are calls for urgent Government action to shore up flood defences at Boston in Lincolnshire after last week's storms caused chaos around the town.
A tidal barrier, which experts say would have prevented Thursday night's flooding isn't due to be built until 2019. Adam Fowler reports.
Homes currently at risk of flooding in Wyberton are to the east of Wyberton Low Road and North of Slippery Gowt Lane, which includes the Riverside Industrial Estate.
Anyone living in this area is advised to either move upstairs or if you are unable to do so or have no place of safety to go to, the emergency services will visit your property to assist. Call 01522 782189 if you need assistance.
Buses are also in operation to assist moving people from the area. The buses are travelling along the B1397, along Tytton Lane East, Wyberton Low Road and left back to the Spirit of Endeavour Pub.