It’s time to say goodbye: The Hunger Games gets an almighty send off in Mockingjay Part 2. But just how good is it? Adam Brannon finds out.
Saturday, November 21
Thursday, November 19
Don’t miss out: Have you heard the rumour about men, women and young people in Lincoln suddenly losing their voices?
Wednesday, November 18
Getting connected: Events this week have taught Dr Rona Mackenzie the values and risks of social media.
Tuesday, November 17
Opening doors: #CompassionateLincoln organiser Charlotte Kemp discusses the importance of communities in the aftermath of the Paris terrorist attacks.
Friday, November 13
Film review: There are zombies galore in Scouts Guide to the Zombie Apocalypse. But does this horror comedy evoke memories of the brilliant Shaun of the Dead?
Thursday, November 12
Broadband for all? Trefor Davies questions whether promises of faster broadband to all UK homes are achievable.
Wednesday, November 11
What does the poppy mean to you? Kate Taylor argues that whatever the poppy means to people today, remembrance is about saying ‘thank you’.
Monday, November 9
Broadband solutions: Find out how you can get involved with Lincolnshire Broadband Week and follow the discussion with industry leaders.
Friday, November 6
Trade Union Bill: David Harding-Price argues that scrapping Trade Union Stewards would be detrimental to workers.
Wednesday, November 4
Fair pay for a fair day: City of Lincoln Council Leader Ric Metcalfe argues that backing the living wage campaign is a benefit to both employee and employer.