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This week, more funding is allocated to improve broadband coverage in Lincolnshire, a new project will help businesses trade more locally, and Lincoln restaurants and cafes bid to serve food and drinks outside for longer.
This week, the government announces support for flood-affected businesses, more superfast broadband choice for Lincoln businesses, and town chocolatier's treats end up on tables in Buckingham Palace.
This week, Lincoln's local economy makes records, a regional construction firm gets multi-million Lincolnshire contract, and South Holland glass firm sees massive success.
This week, major redevelopment set for Market Rasen racecourse, a Lincoln manufacturing firm donates to a local charity project, and a city lettings firm expands.
Digital and creative businesses in Lincolnshire will be able to get more help both getting online and using the internet thanks to more funding from the EU for Onlincolnshire.
This week, retail businesses receive a new tax break from government, six firms bid for a multi-million County Council contract, and Market Rasen secures a national award.
This week, plans for Bishop Burton College to move from Riseholme to the Lincolnshire Showground have been approved, SKDC submitted plans for a new six-screen cinema in Grantham, and the County Council has been awarded £2.7m to help local businesses.
This week, a disued resturant unit becomes a pharmacy, a fish and chip shop has been shortlisted for a national award, and a Lincolnshire green energy company offers electric car charging points for 1p.