Better A&E: With increased pressure on A&E services, Karl McCartney explains how the government plan to deal with these long standing problems.
Service cuts and changing habits: Libraries in Lincolnshire are facing more than £1.9 million budget cuts, with up to 170 jobs at risk and only a third of locations remaining.
Green waste: Almost 10,000 people in Lincoln have signed up to the new £25 per year fee to get their green waste bins collected from July.
Friday, June 14
Tight pensions: Research by Lincoln MP Karl McCartney indicates that Labour’s plan to cut pensions would affect some 18,130 pensioners in the city, but Lucy Rigby disagrees.
Wednesday, June 12
Rewarding work: Controlling welfare spending and tackling dependence on benefits are the only ways to keep a fair and sustainable welfare system, argues Lucy Rigby.
Tuesday, June 11
Improved accommodation: The City Council is setting aside funds to improve sheltered accommodation in its care across Lincoln.
Thursday, June 6
Power of persuasion: Local residents will soon get more powers to block wind farm plans in their communities.
Wednesday, June 5
Escalated complaint: The secretary of state has now forwarded Lincolnshire County Council’s concerns with EMAS’ hub plans on to a review panel.
Tuesday, June 4
More cuts: The City Council have vowed to continue its CCTV service as usual despite possible staff cuts.
Tendering services: Agilisys, BT and Serco have been announced as finalists for a back-office contract worth £20 million with Lincolnshire County Council.