Get organised: Natasha Davis of NBV explains what start up businesses need to do in order to keep track of their finances.
Decreased value? Councillor John Marriott offers advice to those who received their A Levels, and wonders if the value of a degree is being lowered.
Wednesday, August 20
Unsung heroes: “I would like to see the lives of our nation’s carers improved,” writes David Harding-Price.
Tuesday, August 19
Paying VAT: Avoid cowboy builders and always pay VAT on work within a property, advises Kate Faulkner.
Saturday, August 16
Battling depression: There is plenty of solid, scientific evidence proving that depression is a very real, debilitating disease. So why is it still stigmatised, asks Kate Taylor.
Thursday, August 14
Good luck: On A Level results day, Dr Rona Mackenzie of Lincoln UTC wishes luck to all students, families and staff on the nerve-wracking day.
Wednesday, August 13
Investment needed: Lucy Rigby argues that the time is now to make a start on improving the Lincoln to Nottingham rail link.
Tuesday, August 12
Employers care duty: Is your workplace a safe one to operate in? Ringrose Law’s John Knight looks at what employers should do to keep you protected from injury.
Monday, August 11
Fit for work? Lincoln CAB’s Amanda McSorley explains how Citizen’s Advice is campaigning against the current Work Capability Assessment process.
Friday, August 8
Continuing success: Michael Gibbs explains why new businesses fail, and how to avoid this happening to your startup.