A toddler who suffered life threatening seizures at his home in Grantham has been reunited with the volunteers and paramedics who saved himRead the full story ›
Campaigners fighting to save Grantham A&E are heading to London to take part in a national protest over cuts to the NHS.
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The casualty service has been closed overnight since August last year and was meant to reopen after three months.
Campaigners in Grantham have been marching today to put pressure on the NHS trust to reopen A and E at the hospital there.
The service has been closed overnight since August last year and was meant to reopen after three months.
The United Lincolnshire Hospitals NHS Trust say that they have to keep it shut due to a shortage of doctors, but those on today's march say another solution needs to be found
Health bosses say there is still a shortage of doctors to staff the department round-the-clockRead the full story ›
A man has died in a crash involving three lorries near Grantham in Lincolnshire.
The A1 at Grantham is likely to remain closed for some time and there is significant disruption to traffic. Diversions are in place and motorists are advised to avoid the area and to plan ahead for their journeys.
A very serious incident has closed the A1 near Grantham. Please avoid the area and follow diversions.
Maurice Sutton, who has serious heart problems, had to wait almost two hours for an ambulance and then waited three hours outside A and E before he got inside the hospital.
Kate Hemingway reports on the delays Maurice suffered and the fact that East Midlands Ambulance Service has billed hospital trusts 1.7 million pounds for keeping them waiting.
Campaigners fighting for Grantham's A and E unit to be reopened overnight, have revealed they are taking their protest to London again.Read the full story ›
Lincolnshire Police are appealing for information to help find a 'stolen' war medalRead the full story ›
Plans to downgrade Grantham Hospital's accident and emergency unit will be discussed by councillors in Lincolnshire tonight.
The proposals, which could see a reduction in maternity services, are part of a plan to transform health services across the county.
The A and E has been operating for reduced hours since August.