Continued strike: Firefighters in Lincolnshire and across the country will strike again for eight days in August, in a continued dispute with government over pensions.
Thursday, July 31
Wednesday, July 30
Three fires in the area in one night: Two flats on Westwick Drive in Lincoln were severely damaged by a fire which spread from a caravan parked outside the premises.
Tuesday, July 29
Fire extinguished: Lincolnshire Fire and Rescue were called to a busy Lincoln road when an Audi A4 convertible burst into flames
Two bush fires: Two fires were started at the bottom of the same Lincoln street and one of them is thought to be deliberate.
Monday, July 28
Dangerous route: Firefighters rescued a 12-year-old boy after he climbed a 30-foot quarry cliff and then fell on a ledge in Lincoln.
Wednesday, July 23
Feline rescue: Firefighters rescued a cat stuck up a chimney breast in Lincoln an reunited the pet with its owners.
Tuesday, July 22
Emergency plans: A group of Lincoln students are ready for an emergency after spending the day with Lincolnshire County Council’s Emergency Planning Unit.
Monday, July 21
Iconic buildings on fire: A fire at Sleaford’s Bass Maltings is being treated as arson.
Monday, July 7
Consecutive strikes: Lincolnshire Fire & Rescue staff are preparing to strike daily over eight days over the continued pensions dispute.
Friday, July 4
Strike action: Lincolnshire Fire and Rescue are to join a day of strike action alongside civil service workers in a dispute over pay, pensions and workloads on July 10.