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Did you witness couple having argument?

Police are appealing for anyone who was in the Longdales Road area of Lincoln in the early hours of this morning and may have witnessed a couple arguing, to contact them.

It follows a report that a man and a woman, both of Asian appearance, were involved in an altercation at around 1am in a passageway which runs from Longdales Avenue through to Auborn Avenue.

Officers would like to speak to the couple and are appealing for them, or anyone who was in the vicinity at that time, to make contact. Anyone with information is asked to call 101, quoting incident number 94 of 1st May.


Viral Facebook post warning about EU Referendum vote registration 'wrong' says Lincoln Council

The post has been shared more than 12,000 times on Facebook Credit: Facebook

Warnings that people will be ineligible to have their say in the EU Referendum unless they register to vote are misleading, a council has said.

A post on Facebook highlighting part of the Government-issued leaflet about the vote claims that "we need to register specifically for this referendum".

It has been shared more than 12,000 times.

But Lincoln Council said the suggestion was incorrect.

“It has come to our attention that a social media post, which has gone viral across the UK, has wrongly advised people they will have to re-register to vote in the EU Referendum. “This is not the case. “If you are already on the electoral roll, all you need to do is turn up at the polling station and vote on 23 June.”

– Lincoln Council


A46 closed due to tanker accident

The A46 southbound is closed due to accident involving a tanker between the A1434 Newark Road at Pennells Roundabout and South Scaffold Lane. The road has been closed since around 7:00am after a tanker left the road at Swinderby. At around 8:00am the closure was extended back to the Pennells roundabout. The closure will affect traffic between Lincoln and Newark.

Work on Lincoln mosque is well underway

Work on mosque is well underway

Fundraisers behind a mosque that is being built in Lincoln say they have almost raised the full £1.6 million pounds needed to complete the project.

Work is already well underway on Boultham Park Road in the city centre with more than £1.3 million having been raised. The chairman of the Islamic Association, Tanweer Ahmed, says he is hopeful the building could be completed by September with only £280,000 left to find.

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