Lincoln fashion: A new fashion label for women over 40 has been launched in Lincoln, with the ambition of combining British bespoke tailoring with the best fabrics from around the world.
Friday, November 21
Thursday, November 20
More apprentices: A building developer has taken on more graduates, four of which are from Lincoln, to work on a number of its projects in the region.
Dangerous machinery: A topsoil supplier in Lincoln has been fined £80,000 after an employee lost the use of both arms in a work related accident.
Back in business: A Lincolnshire school meals provider is back in business after being served with a closure notice by two local councils.
Lincolnshire Business cover story: 25 years ago Martin Holliday took a leap of faith and launched a bespoke cabinet-making business. Today, Chiselwood has awards galore under its belt and its high-end reputation is recognised well beyond the county’s borders.
Wednesday, November 19
Student accommodation: Proposals to develop a 37-bedroom student accommodation building in uphill Lincoln have been met with objections from local residents.
Tuesday, November 18
Food 4 Thought: Uncertainty remains over the future of a Lincolnshire school meals provider after it was told to cease operations by local councils.
Twelve BIG gifts: City centre shoppers are invited to try their luck at winning a prize this Christmas.
Monday, November 17
Moving forward: With the new apartments going up and selling fast, the second phase is preparing to get underway.
Top apprenticeship employer: The council, which was selected by a panel of judges from the employment and skills arena, currently employs 700 members of staff – of which 66 are apprentices.