Casey Scott, 29, pleaded guilty to the murder of Lenuta Haidemac when he appeared in court by video-link.Read the full story ›
Police in Lincolnshire are looking to trace the owner(s) of a large number of distinct items believed to have been stolen during a burglary.
They say some of the pieces recovered in Skegness are particularly distinctive and anyone who recognises them should get in touch.
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- Video report by Kate Hemingway
Controversial plans to build a Premier Inn on Skegness seafront in Lincolnshire have been approved by East Lindsey District Council.
Campaigners argued the site known as Pier Field should have been protected for community use. A petition was also signed by more than 5,000 people against the plans.
The company behind the development says it will now start construction work as soon as possible. The news comes as other businesses in the town claim this summer season has been their best ever for trade.
A controversial hotel in Skegness may get planning approval this afternoon.
The piece of land known as Pier Field on the seafront has been at the centre of debate for many months. Campaigners say it should be retained for community use.
Developers want to build a Premier Inn and fast food restaurant - and say up to 90 new jobs could be created.
Police are continuing to question a 29 year old man in connection with the murder of a woman in Skegness.
Officers discovered the body of a 28 year old woman on Drummond Road on Friday.
They believe she was Lenuta Ioana Haidemac who had been reported missing from Lincoln.
Lincolnshire police say they are working with the East Midlands Special Operations Unit on the investigation and are appealing for witnesses.
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An investigation is underway after a body was found at a house in Skegness.
Officers were called to Drummond Road yesterday evening.
Police have warned local residents that they may experience some disruption as forensic examinations take place at the scene.
At the moment we are treating this death as unexplained and are in the very early stages of our investigation.
Local residents may experience some disruption this morning while a forensic examination takes place.
Officers will be on patrol in the area. Please speak with my officers if you have any concerns or if you have any information which may help our enquiries’.
New rules for street parking on Skegness seafront come into force today.
The council said there have been problems with congestion caused by cars parking on both sides of the road during summer, making it difficult for people to cross.
It is introducing measures including designated areas for buses and coaches and disabled parking bays and loading bays and more stringent parking rules.