Film review: Ridley Scott goes back into space with a film adaptation of Andy Weir’s 2011 novel, The Martian. But does this Red Planet adventure get it right?
Saturday, October 3
Friday, October 2
Car smoking ban: In her latest column, Kate Taylor gives her opinion on the new car smoking legislation introduced on October 1.
Thursday, October 1
Then and now: On Lincolnshire Day, Councillor John Marriott reflects on his view of Lincoln over the last 38 years.
Monday, September 28
The drop-off debate: Matt Osborne has a few issues with Thurrock Council’s idea of giving parking ticket powers to school teachers and parents.
Saturday, September 26
A trade union view: David Harding-Price campaigns for people to stand up against the government’s new Trade Union Bill.
Film review: The 1996 Everest disaster remains one of the most harrowing survival tales of all time. But does a Hollywood film translate the story well?
Friday, September 18
Film review: You’re getting two for the price of one with Tom Hardy’s portrayal of both Kray twins in Legend. But is this crime drama worth a watch?
Thursday, September 17
Potential pitfalls: In his latest column, Matt Osborne looks at the potential downsides to a ‘dislike’ button on Facebook.
Wednesday, September 16
Too many homes? Cllr Marianne Overton argues that plans for 37,000 homes in Lincolnshire would have a negative impact on vital services and facilities in the county.
Tuesday, September 15
Oh, the irony: GCHQ – the eponymous home of snooping – is suggesting that we may wish to make our online passwords a bit easier.