Lincolnshire police are investigating the unexplained death of a woman in Spalding.
Officers were called to an address in Elizabeth Crescent at 4.28pm on Sunday April 16, where paramedics were treating a 47-year-old woman for head injuries. She was pronounced dead at the scene.
Tests are being carried out to find out how she died.
Anyone with information is urged to contact police.
RSPCA is appealing for information after a cat was dumped in a ditch in Lincolnshire.
The young adult male tabby was discovered inside a cat box, in six inches of water in Spalding, at 8.30am on Monday. The RSPCA was called, and has taken him into our care.
He was unhurt and in good health, and he looks as if he has been cared for, so it is possible he is a much loved pet and that someone else dumped him in this callous way.
A Polish man said to have 'blighted Spalding' with his persistent street drinking has been removed from the UK under an Administrative Removal order.
Dawid Szumlanski, who's 28, will be unable to re-enter the UK for at least one year.
Community Inspector Jim Tyner said: "Szumlanski blighted Spalding with his persistent street drinking and he was also convicted of shop theft during the Op Washer period in December".
Police were called to an area off Vernatt's Drain, near the Pinchbeck Road bridge, on Sunday afternoon after a dog-walker spotted a body in the water.
Lincolnshire Police's Underwater Search Unit recovered the man. A post mortem examination is due to take place today. Officers say the man's death is being treated as unexplained and enquiries are continuing.
"A scene guard is in place, limiting public access to the area, and further work at the location will continue in daylight hours. I am appealing to any dogwalkers, or members of the public who have walked the footpath adjacent to the drain recently, and who may have information, to contact us on 101, quoting incident number 210 of 25th January".
They are used to making soups and sauces but today they were ladling down the champagne in Spalding after a factory workers' syndicate, which was only set up 10 weeks ago, won a cool million.
Kate Hemingway reports:
A woman from Spalding has died in hospital after being involved in a collision on the A17 at Fulbeck.
She was the passenger in a Renault Clio which left the road and crashed on Saturday December 27, 2014.
The pensioner was taken to the Queens Medical Centre in Nottingham but later died. Her 84-year-old husband, who was driving, suffered minor injuries.
Detectives investigating the death of a Spalding man have charged another boy with his murder.
42-year-old Warren Free was found injured on 29 August and later died.
The boy will appear before Lincoln Magistrates this morning and is expected to appear at Lincoln Crown Court this afternoon.
Of the seven juveniles already arrested in connection with Warren Free's death, six have now been charged with murder, the remaining juvenile will have no further police action taken against him.
Detectives investigating the death of a man in Spalding in August have charged two more juveniles with his murder.
The two boys will appear before Lincoln Magistrates this morning over the death of Warren Free and are then expected to appear at Lincoln Crown Court later this afternoon.
Of the seven youths arrested in connection with Warren Free's death, three have already been charged with murder, one boy remains on bail, and the remaining juvenile will have no further police action taken against him.
Five individuals have now been charged but an active investigation into Mr Free’s murder continues. Even at this stage, the public may have some detail which could be very important to the enquiry and I reiterate my previous appeals to anyone with information, however insignificant it may seem, to contact the investigation team.
Police teams searching for missing man Krystian Kozak, have found a man's body, in a wooded area in West Pinchbeck in Spalding.
Officers have said there are no suspicious circumstances. Formal identification will take place in due course.
The pilot who died when his light aircraft crashed in Bedfordshire was 46-year-old Stephen Spavins from Spalding.
Pete Jarvis, Chief Flying Instructor, Bedford Microlite Airsports at Sandy Airfield has been paying tribute. He knew Stephen for 6 and a half years.
"Steve was one of life's absolute gentlemen. He adored his family and he loved his flying. He always had a happy smile on his face. If somebody had a problem with their aircraft he'd sort it out."