A new shopping quarter: Lincolnshire Co-operative unveiled plans to redevelop the Cornhill Quarter in Lincoln city centre and revamp the historic Corn Exchange.
Wednesday, February 25
Finalists announced: The finalists have been announced for the first Lincolnshire Digital Awards, organised by Lincolnshire Business magazine and The Lincolnite.
Cover interview: On the cover of this week’s Lincolnshire Business magazine is Leo Dack, the businessman the the wheel of Vauxalist.
Tuesday, February 24
Living wage campaign: The City of Lincoln Council has launched a new campaign encouraging employers in Lincoln to pay the living wage.
Meeting minimum wage: A Lincoln company has been named after failing to pay one of their employees over £650 to meet minimum wage requirements.
Monday, February 23
Job losses: Up to 30 members of staff at Dynex Semiconductor Ltd in Lincoln will lose their jobs after the company admitted financial difficulties.
Pharmacy refurbishment: A Lincoln pharmacy hopes to offer an improved service to customers after undergoing a healthy living refurbishment.
Transport hub work assigned: Construction company Willmott Dixon has been appointed to deliver the £25 million transport hub proposed in Lincoln.
Jobs at risk: Proposals to close a factory in Swinderby near Lincoln could mean up to 90 job losses, only months after the company acquired it.
Friday, February 20
House sales rise: The number of house sales in Lincoln rose by more than a quarter in the first ten months of 2014, compares with the year previous.