Getting connected: Events this week have taught Dr Rona Mackenzie the values and risks of social media.
Wednesday, November 18
Tuesday, November 17
Opening doors: #CompassionateLincoln organiser Charlotte Kemp discusses the importance of communities in the aftermath of the Paris terrorist attacks.
Wednesday, November 11
What does the poppy mean to you? Kate Taylor argues that whatever the poppy means to people today, remembrance is about saying ‘thank you’.
Friday, November 6
Trade Union Bill: David Harding-Price argues that scrapping Trade Union Stewards would be detrimental to workers.
Wednesday, November 4
Fair pay for a fair day: City of Lincoln Council Leader Ric Metcalfe argues that backing the living wage campaign is a benefit to both employee and employer.
Monday, November 2
Health warnings: In his latest column, Matt Osborne asks what he can and can’t eat now in the wake of recent health warnings over red meat.
Thursday, October 22
Secular approach?: Matt Osborne argues the move away from BC and AD is a needless change.
Saturday, October 17
Poverty in Lincoln: To mark International Day for the Eradication of Poverty, Councillor Rosanne Kirk gives us her insight on the ongoing work to tackle poverty closer to home.
Thursday, October 15
Can you help?: Do you know a hate crime when you see one? Help stamp out the issue by reporting incidents.
Tuesday, October 13
Warning signs: Matt Osborne discusses child intervention and questions whether parents too rarely put their hands up.
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, 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.
Monday, September 14
#40Challenges: “Psychologically I have noticed that this trip, more than any other, has had a profound impact.”