Budget: North Kesteven District Council has become the latest Lincolnshire authority to back a council tax hike for its residents.
Friday, February 12
Tuesday, February 9
Turning to consultation: Lincolnshire County Council has been handed extra funding by central government to ease imposed cuts.
Friday, February 5
Hitting back: Union representatives will be demonstrating in Lincoln this weekend against the closure of both Lincoln HMRC offices, a move which will bring down the axe on 200 jobs.
Thursday, February 4
Results revealed: Pothole repairs and winter gritting were high in priority for the 8,087 people who responded to a county-wide survey on proposed public service cuts.
Wednesday, February 3
Postage error: An apology has been issued to over 150 Lincoln residents after a postage error saw them charged for the collection of unfranked City of Lincoln Council letters.
Taxi shake-up: Lincoln taxi drivers are in uproar after being told by the City of Lincoln Council they will have to pay for a college course or risk not having their licences renewed.
Tuesday, February 2
Budget plans: Lincolnshire county councillors have approved in principle budget recommendations including a council tax rise and removal of funding for PCSOs.
Monday, February 1
“Cuts cost lives”: 64-year-old activist Elaine Smith chained herself to the Lincolnshire County Council offices sign in protest against cuts to public services.
Sunday, January 31
Demands refused: Information officers at Lincolnshire County Council have promised that IT systems will be restored by Monday, almost a week after a malicious cyberattack.
Friday, January 29
Malware attack: Local and national police are investigating the malicious malware attack on Lincolnshire County Council’s computer systems, which have remained locked down for a fourth day.
‘Pay up’: IT systems at Lincolnshire County Council are still shut down after data was accessed by a malicious malware attack which demanded £1 million.
Wednesday, January 27
Hub opens: A new Public Services Hub housing City of Lincoln Council and the job centre has been unveiled at City Hall.
Work continues: Lincolnshire County Council has said at this time there is no evidence of any data loss from its systems, after IT experts worked through the night to identify a malicious software attack.
Tuesday, January 26
Breach: Lincolnshire County Council has suffered a suspected security breach on systems holding personal information such as medical records, addresses and bank details.
Article 4: New powers limiting the number of houses that can be split into shared properties will be introduced in Lincoln.
Council tax rise: Householders in Lincoln face paying a higher rate of council tax for the second successive year.
Proposals approved: City of Lincoln councillors have approved plans for a revised £29 million Lincoln Transport Hub.
Thursday, January 21
Compensation claims: Have a look at the compensation claims councils in Lincolnshire paid out for in the last two years.
Council tax support: Some of Lincoln’s poorest residents will benefit from a Council Tax Support Scheme approved by the city council.
Friday, January 15
Council Tax rise: City councillors are expected to approve a 1.91% increase in their share of council tax this year.