A girl has saved her boyfriend's life on their first trip together by performing CPR when he had a heart attack.
A campaign has begun to stop off-road drivers and motocross enthusiasts destroying an ancient four-kilometre stretch of the Viking Way.
Pro cyclist Ian Stannard swapped two wheels for jet power at the start of the Tour de France, by flying with the Red Arrows.
Police believe a horse found with a puncture wound in a Lincolnshire field had been deliberately hurt.
Officers are appealing for information about the injured horse, which was in a field near Holbeach.
It was found with a puncture wound to its rib area, while grazing in the field off Foxes Low Road.
Police believe it happened between 10am and 6pm on Sunday, June 29.
The horse has to have emergency treatment from a local vet.
The field has been examined, and officers say there appears to be no other explanation for the injury apart from it being "deliberately inflicted".
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A 51-year-old man has been arrested following a sexual assault on a child in Lincoln.
A 12-year-old girl said she was travelling on a scooter along Broadway in Lincoln centre on Tuesday morning when she was stopped and touched on the chest area by a man.
He has now been interviewed and bailed pending further enquiries.
Around 60,000 visitors are expected to attend the 130th Lincolnshire Show which started today.
Earlier the crowds were entertained by the RAF Falcons. Organisers say, with so many visitors, they will be monitoring any travel disruption over the next two days.
The number of people relying on food banks in Lincolnshire increased by ten times in one area.
A report by charities including The Trussell Trust found that food banks in Boston and Lincoln saw the biggest rises in the number of people seeking help. Meals were handed out to more than 10 thousand people across the county.
Army reservists from Lincolnshire have been honoured today for their service in Afghanistan.
Soldiers from 162 Movement regiment paraded into the Prince William of Gloucester Barracks in Grantham before being presented with the Operation Herrick campaign medal.
The men and women worked alongside their regular colleagues, helping to bring back vehicles and equipment to the UK.
Lance Corporal Arran Palmer said:
"It's like one of the proudest moments you can have. Achieving a medal, being on parade and receiving it in front of your family makes you very proud. All the residents did a six month tour. Over there we were carrying out various roles, passenger handling and also the movement of vehicles."
Captain Adrian Arnold then said:
"Now that we're back we can see that they get the same recognition with a presentation of an operational service medal, just like their regular counterparts. Future years when they are looking back with their grandkids, they have got something to show for all their time."
A music festival is to be held in Boston to raise money for the victims of last December's floods.
Flood Aid will take place in Central Park on the 26th of July and feature bands, DJs and dance troupes.
The money will go to victims who have failed to get funds the money for repairs through other channels:
Thousands of pounds set aside for property repairs following the floods in Boston is going unclaimed.
According to the Citizens Advice Bureau, only around a a hundred and fifty households out of the eight hundred have applied for the five thousand pound "Repair and Renewal Grant."
An event has been held today in Boston Market Place where people could get information about grants, flood warnings and defence systems.
It is six months to the day since a tidal surge led to hundreds of people being evacuated from their flooded homes in Boston in Lincolnshire. Today residents are being offered advice from the council and the Environment Agency about flood grants.
They are also being encouraged sign up to the automatic emergency flood warnings and personal flood plans.
The family of a teenager from Lincolnshire who suffered head injuries after being knocked off his bike say they are heartened by his continued determination.
Ryan Smith was in a coma for four months after the accident last summer, which happened while he was riding to his summer job in Grantham.
He is currently being rehabilitated at a centre in Surrey.
Video courtesy of the Ryan Smith Foundation
Shropshire is the spot for self-catering holidaymakers wanting to watch their spending this summer, according to a survey.
The county, which has Shrewsbury and market towns among its tourist attractions, is the most-affordable destination for a one-week holiday rental from June to August 2014, a TripAdvisor survey suggests.
Including two-bedroom holiday rental accommodation, one dining-out meal and basic groceries, a Shropshire self-catering trip cost £566.
The next best-value destinations included Lincolnshire at £569 and Derbyshire at £570.