The Skegness Community Forum will meet today to discuss the risk posed by coastal flooding. The meeting will include speakers from local authorities and organisations such as the Environment Agency, so they can explain their work in protecting and preparing the coast for the future.
A pregnant cow, which became stuck in a wall in Skegness, has been freed by firefighters in Lincolnshire.
The animal which was trapped for several hours had to be sedated before Lincolnshire Fire & Rescue service used heavy breaking equipment to get it out of the opening of a wartime pillbox.
It is now said to have fully recovered from the ordeal.
A man who committed burglaries in Skegness and Winthorpe, as well as in the Barnsley area in July, has been jailed for five years at Lincoln Crown Court.
Craig Fellows, 44, of Royston, Barnsley admitted burglary with intent to steal at a property in Queen's Drive, Skegness, and burglary of a caravan at Winthorpe.
The court heard that during the Skegness burglary, he walked into the home of a 75-year-old man. When he was discovered he asked for money, but the man managed to push him outside.
After this incident he went on to break into a caravan in Winthorpe, stealing a laptop and cash.
Fellows was identified on CCTV and was traced and arrested.
He admitted two charges of burglary and two charges of theft in the Barnsley area. He also admitted breach of a suspended sentence imposed by Barnsley Magistrates for theft.
Craig Fellows was a short stay visitor to the coast who blighted the local community of Winthorpe, preying on the elderly and vulnerable.
"He would find it acceptable to invite himself into people's home and help himself to their belongings. With the help of the local community Fellows was quickly identified and arrested, and this led to his immediate imprisonment.
"Whilst such offences are few and far between, these incidents act as a reminder for us all to think about our home security, and something as simple as keeping the door locked can be so effective".
A lesiure complex in Skegness has re-opened today after a major fire caused guests to be evacuated. Damage was caused to the holiday park's swimming pool, restaurant and bar.
Firefighters have spent the day on site investigating the cause of the blaze at Southview Leisure Park, as Adam Fowler reports.
Seven fire crews are currently tackling a blaze at Southview Leisure Park in Skegness.
The complex has been evacuated but there is no reports of any casualties.
Crews from Mablethorpe, Skegness, Holbeach, Leverton, Alford, Spilsby and Horncastle are all in attendance.
Police are searching for a 14 year-old boy, who has been missing since yesterday evening.
Leroy Johnson, from the Wellington Way area of Skegness, left Lady Jane Franklin School in Spilsby on Tuesday morning, along with two other boys, and the three walked to Boston.
Leroy was last seen in Craythorne Lane in Boston around 6.30pm yesterday. The two boys he was with have returned home safely but there has been no further sighting of Leroy.
The widow of a biker from Lincoln who died from a brain tumour last year says riding into Skegness in his memory today was an emotional experience. Paula Green is raising money in memory of her husband Adi and was joined by around 60 other bikers.
The family of Adi Green decided to organise a poignant bike ride from Lincoln to Skegness in his memory because it was a journey he enjoyed making himself. Around 60 riders set from Lincoln at around 9am arriving in Skegness shortly after 11am.
Adi was a keen biker and regularly made the journey to Skegness with his wife Paula to enjoy a bag of chips together. Today was the first time she had retraced those steps since Adi's death on 30 August 2013.
It was following a car accident in 2004 that Adi was first diagnosed with a terminal brain tumour. Defying doctors who told him he only had months to live he carried on fighting and survived for a further nine years after various round of treatment.
Adi Green's widow Paula has set up Adi's Mission Fund and has so far raised more than £5000 for The Brain Tumour Charity.
Around 60 motorbikers have staged a charity ride from Lincoln to Skegness in memory of a man from Lincoln who died last year from a brain tumour. Adi Green's family are now raising money through Adi's Mission Fund which supports The Brain Tumour Charity.
Adi's wife estimates they have raised hundreds of pounds with their charity bike ride and are hoping more money will come in with other fundraising events.