Inside this week’s Boston Standard

Front page April 4
Front page April 4

Take a quick look at what’s inside your Boston Standard this week, on sale now...

*Panic Stations - we reflect on the problems at the pumps from last week, including the views of one councillor who has hit out at ‘stupid’ Government advice

*Reporter Gemma Gadd catches up with X Factor winner Matt Cardle, who looks forward to his gig at Boston Town

*Olympic cash brings near-£250,000 boost for Boston

*Marathon running for cause that helped his son have vital heart transplant

*Big haul of booze confiscated off kids at party in New York

*Bizarre ER - doctors at Pilgrim remove objects from ‘orifices’ plus our columnists tells us why no-one should be ashamed of their ‘embarrassing bodies’

*Chief Inspector defends the current town centre drinking laws ahead of council review

*Seven-year-old boy prepares for charity bike ride, to help the baby unit that treated him as a baby

*Festival bids to unite Boston’s community

*Help find a home for Tom the greyhound

*The best of Boston’s builders awarded

*IN SPORT: Ben Wilson can’t wait to avenge his narrow defeat in last year’s Motorpoint British Supersport title and Poachers striker Gary Bull becomes the first player to notch 200 goals for the club

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