Make some change: In her latest column, Kate Taylor asks what you wish could be changed, improved or removed in Lincoln and Lincolnshire.
Wednesday, August 26
Tuesday, August 25
Terrorism and celebrity: In his latest column, Matt Osborne questions our thirst for celebrity gossip when it starts to overshadow tales of heroism.
Monday, August 24
No perfect solution: Matt Osborne argues that we have some tough decisions to make if we want to meet our future energy requirements.
Thursday, August 20
Misplaced intolerance?: Matt Osborne delves into the online world of adultery, questioning cheats who part with their personal details.
Monday, August 17
Rethink needed: “I wonder how long we will continue to send non-violent offenders to our creaking prison system before we stop to wonder whether intervention and support may be the key?”
Thursday, August 13
Housing challenges: Kate Taylor discusses the trials and tribulations of moving house in the rental market.
Wednesday, August 12
Right side of the law: Kate Faulkner outlines the choices for landlords moving forward following new rules introduced by the government.
Tuesday, August 11
Try something new this summer: “August might be a holiday month for many but it is also a time for change,” writes UTC Principal Dr Rona Mackenzie.
Monday, August 10
From the other side: “How desperate must you become to lift your child over a tall barbed wire fence onto a high-speed rail line in an attempt to escape the squalor?”
Friday, July 31
Making the business case: Matt Osborne argues the answer to giving Lincolnshire libraries a stable future is to privatise them. Do you agree?
Tuesday, July 28
Do they have a point? “As everyone knows, Jesus Christ our saviour was originally from Nottinghamshire. Oh, no that’s Robin Hood.”
Monday, July 27
The struggle for better pay: Nurses are facing a dilemma: stay in the UK or get better paid abroad, writes David Harding-Price.
A furious rant: I cannot accept the risk of having our Armed Forces associated with the EDL, writes Matt Osborne.
Wednesday, July 15
Prison report: Kate Taylor looks at the chief prison inspector’s annual report and questions the effectiveness of the current system in Lincoln and beyond.
Friday, July 3
Keeping faith: John Marriott looks at how it’s all gone wrong for the Lib Dems, arguing it started with the Labour landslide in 1997.