A very real Christmas tale: Kate Taylor recounts her own sobering sexual assault experiences and signals the importance of support.
Wednesday, December 17
Monday, December 15
Fair Play for Prepay: Lincoln and District Citizens Advice Bureau is collecting evidence for a national campaign to get a better deal for pay-as-you-go energy customers.
Thursday, December 11
Pushing boundaries: After an assembly on comfort zones, Rona Mackenzie reflects on times she’s pushed herself beyond her own, and how important it is to do so.
Art for charity: Linkage’s Tony Barker explains how residents can currently get involved with the local learning charity, Linkage.
Tuesday, December 9
Creative cards: Lisa Yates explains how to really say happy Christmas to clients, customers or colleagues.
Monday, December 8
Fair blame? Kamran explains how the blame culture on immigrants has become particularly farfetched.
Taxation: To cut or to increase? While we may all want lower tax, John Marriott explains why increases may be beneficial too.
Wednesday, December 3
Autumn statement: Lucy looks at life in the UK, and how there’s gaps between the headlines and the reality, and wonders what will be announced today.
Tuesday, December 2
Shopping frenzy: Amanda McSorley talks shopping rights in the aftermath of the infamous ‘Black Friday’ sales.
Wednesday, November 26
Festive fundraising: Jane Icke explains what local businesses can do to raise money for charity over Christmas.