International Children’s Day: Magdalena Bednarczyk from the Lincolnshire Polish Society says “it’s important days like this that bring the community together”.
Thursday, May 28
Wednesday, May 27
Rough seas ahead? On the day when the queen is to give a speech at the State Opening of Parliament 2015, Liberal Democrat Councillor John Marriott looks ahead at decisions on the table.
Tuesday, May 26
Voting age debate: Chair of the Lib Dems locally Ross Pepper argues that 16 and 17-year-olds should join the once-in-a-generation EU membership vote.
Thursday, May 14
A helping hand: “Witnessing the catastrophic results of the recent Nepal earthquakes has been a harrowing experience,” writes Lincoln UTC Principal Rona Mackenzie.
Wednesday, May 13
What comes next: “The myths, the magic, the sleep deprivation.” Kate Taylor gives her take on the elections results.
Elections results reaction: “The Tory euphoria since last week’s elections might lead you to think that they had won the general election by a great landslide,” writes leader of City of Lincoln Council, Ric Metcalfe.
Monday, May 11
Elections results reaction: “It would be fairer if other parts of the public sector could shoulder a larger share of the savings required,” writes Conservative County Council Leader Martin Hill.
Elections results reaction: “We need a joined up approach from parish to parliament to get the best for everyone in Lincolnshire,” writes Conservative County Councillor Marc Jones.
Elections results reaction: “The Conservatives will now govern having had only approximately 25% of the potential electorate supporting them,” writes David Harding-Price.
Elections results reaction: “I will make sure a liberal voice is always heard in Lincoln,” writes Lib Dem candidate Ross Pepper.