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.
Thursday, July 2
When is lying okay? Kate Taylor debates the philosophy of lying, and questions how reasonable we’re being when we decide it’s okay.
Thursday, June 25
Ditch the label: “We’ve all witnessed someone on the receiving end at some point or another, but what did you do?”
Thursday, June 18
Attention practice: Rona Mackenzie argues that while technology has spurred an age of multi-tasking, some things deserve our full attention.
Wednesday, June 17
What’s not said: Kate Taylor argues that although latest figures indicate unemployment is falling, guaranteed hours are still hard for many to come by.
Tuesday, June 9
Magna Carta today: As Lincoln prepares to celebrate the 800th anniversary of the Magna Carta, Kate Taylor looks at what the document means for us today.
Father’s Day tips: Waterside Shopping Centre’s Marketing Coordinator Chantelle Henderson has the cheat sheet to the perfect Father’s Day gifts, all under one roof in Lincoln.
Monday, June 8
Staff welfare: City of Lincoln Council Leader Ric Metcalfe argues that if businesses paid their staff the living wage the benefits would stretch to the local economy.
Crucial differences: PhD student Craig Harper argues that the term ‘paedophile’ isn’t always used in the right way, and invites people to take part in his survey on sexual crime.
Friday, June 5
The Big Lunch: Any plans on Sunday? Why not invite your neighbour round for lunch? Councillor Rosanne Kirk explains.