Film review: Rupert Friend stars as the titular assassin in Hitman: Agent 47. But can this reboot rescue the video game movie from the genre’s ongoing curse?
Wednesday, August 26
Make some change: In her latest column, Kate Taylor asks what you wish could be changed, improved or removed in Lincoln and Lincolnshire.
Tuesday, August 25
Terrorism and celebrity: In his latest column, Matt Osborne questions our thirst for celebrity gossip when it starts to overshadow tales of heroism.
Monday, August 24
No perfect solution: Matt Osborne argues that we have some tough decisions to make if we want to meet our future energy requirements.
Saturday, August 22
Film review: The National Lampoons get a 21st Century update in this sequel to Vacation. But is it worthy to share the brand?
Friday, August 21
Community cohesion: The introduction of the Action LN2 group in the Monks Road area has brought about many changes in the community.
Thursday, August 20
Misplaced intolerance?: Matt Osborne delves into the online world of adultery, questioning cheats who part with their personal details.
Monday, August 17
Rethink needed: “I wonder how long we will continue to send non-violent offenders to our creaking prison system before we stop to wonder whether intervention and support may be the key?”
Saturday, August 15
Film review: Mrs Doubtfire director Chris Columbus brings video games to life in Pixels. But is it worth a trip back to the arcade?
Thursday, August 13
Housing challenges: Kate Taylor discusses the trials and tribulations of moving house in the rental market.