Inside this week’s Boston Standard

Front April 25
Front April 25

Here’s a rundown of some of the stories inside this week’s Boston Standard, on sale now:

*Health minister Andrew Lansley is due to visit Pilgrim Hospital amid a storm of protest about the Government’s NHS reform

*Haulage boss jailed for 300k fraud

*Man attacked friend with an axe

*Council insists pension pot is ‘healthy’ despite £16.8m debt

*Neighbours unite to fight crime menace

*Two injured after school bus crash

*Runners raise cash for good causes with marathon efforts

*Webcam catches woman stealing from her lodger

*Unsung community heroes awarded

*Coroner calls for better safeguards in care homes after woman dies in Maud Foster drain

*Care worker who stole from dementia sufferer jailed after judge loses patience

*Meet the girls vying for the crown of Boston’s Jubilee Queen and Princess

*Man delighted after garage keeps old car as great example of the model

*Picture special of St George’s service at the Stump

*Check out our exclusive preview of the Avengers Assembly film, plus we see if Titanic is any good in 3D

*IN SPORT: Jason Lee outlines his vision for Boston United after taking sole charge

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