The work so far: Chelsey Barnes from the Boultham Park restoration project in Lincoln says more volunteers and fundraising is needed to complete the scheme.
Doing the odd jobs: Follow Kate Faulkner’s simple dos and don’ts for Easter DIY to prevent any disasters.
Wednesday, April 16
Equality for women: Kate Taylor studies recent events and wonders if women are still struggling with equality issues in our culture.
Renewable energy: After taking part in Earth Hour, Lid Dem MP candidate David Harding-Price looks at how we could help future generations with renewables.
Tuesday, April 15
Difficult choices: County Councillor Marc Jones ponders why councillors can’t work together better for their communities.
Tricky situation: Almost 600,000 people signed up to zero hours contracts last year, almost double the government’s original estimates, writes Amanda McSorley.
Monday, April 14
Perfect pitches: Lava’s Matt Hammerton explains what questions a client should be asking when choosing the right PR agency.
Re-connecting: Relationship counsellor Elizabeth Hicks explains how couples can stay intimate when a baby is added to the family.
Friday, April 11
F1 Lincoln: Keith Jones takes a different kind of look at why Lincoln could actually be a good city for F1 racing.
Frack off for shale gas: Geoff Stratford from Transition Lincoln explains the growing concerns over shale gas extraction plans in the county.