Check your collector: A man has been fined £800 after household waste he cleared was dumped on a roadside by a “mobile scrap collector” he hired.
Wednesday, July 30
Monday, July 28
Risky designs: A house builder and Lincoln scaffolding company have been fined a total almost £28k after two bricklayers were injured falling from unsafe scaffolding.
Monday, July 21
First case of its kind: A Lincoln woman who repeatedly left her rubbish bins out in the street was taken to court and fined £100.
Wednesday, July 16
Big win: A small family business from Lincoln has won compensation from a big bank after being mis-sold a loan repayment package.
Wednesday, July 9
Review over: Campaigners against cuts to libraries services had their second and final day at High Court for the judicial review against Lincolnshire County Council.
Tuesday, July 8
Day 1 in court: Campaigners against Lincolnshire County Council’s decision to cut library services attended the High Court for the first of a two-day judicial review of the case.
Tuesday, July 1
A “fighter”: A Lincoln family who lost a husband and father due to misdiagnosis of bowel cancer have been awarded compensation.
Tuesday, May 27
Inadequate protection: An asbestos removal company has been fined more than £150k after it exposed workers to dangerous fibres during the demolition of a Lincoln school.
Saturday, May 24
Three arrests over sex trafficking: A man appeared in court in Lincoln charged with offences relating to human trafficking and sexual exploitation in Lincolnshire.
Tuesday, April 29
Wrong glasses: A man has been jailed for two years for killing a pedestrian at a Lincoln crossing after wearing the wrong glasses while driving.