Countdown to market: City of Lincoln Council has reassured visitors of their safety at the Lincoln Christmas Market between December 3 and 6.
Tuesday, November 24
Monday, November 23
CCTV cameras: One in four moving CCTV cameras in Lincoln do not work properly and the City Council is looking to replace them all.
Defence review: David Cameron will announce a 10-year extension to the operational lifespan of the RAF’s Typhoon jets, as the UK government sets out its defence strategy.
Significant expansion: Hundreds of homes and over 20 roads have been identified for an expansion of City of Lincoln Council’s residents’ parking scheme.
Wednesday, November 18
Careful consideration: Hopes of an air show in Lincolnshire in 2017 have been boosted by comments made by a government minister.
Tuesday, November 17
Intensive air operations: Drones controlled from RAF Waddington have played a pivotal role in the UK’s increased bombing raids against ISIL in Iraq.
Future of libraries: The provision of remaining libraries and community hubs would be transferred to Greenwich Leisure Limited (GLL) under the council’s recommendations.
Friday, November 13
Immigration centre protest: Staff at an immigration centre outside Lincoln are continuing to monitor an ongoing peaceful protest.
Thursday, November 12
Two closures: HM Revenue & Customs has announced that two offices in Lincoln will close in a bid to cut costs.
Parking payment changes: Motorists will now be able to pre-book parking spaces and pay on the go in two Lincoln city centre car parks.
Tuesday, November 10
Next stages: The 10 Lincolnshire councils that have combined forces for a devolution proposal will consider creating a joint committee to oversee the next stages in the application.
Councils rich list: A list compiled by the TaxPayers’ Alliance has exposed the highest paid local council staff in the county.
Friday, November 6
Trade Union Bill: David Harding-Price argues that scrapping Trade Union Stewards would be detrimental to workers.
Have your say: Lincoln residents are being asked for their views on next year’s Council Tax Support Scheme.
Tuesday, November 3
Agency staff bill: New figures revealing the City of Lincoln Council’s £1m spend on agency staff have sparked a clash between the city’s MP and council leader.
Home care costs: Changes which will increase and eventually scrap the cap on what adults in the county pay for care have been approved.
Wednesday, October 28
Green light: Proposals for a £29 million integrated transport hub in Lincoln have been given planning permission by the city council.
Tuesday, October 27
Deferred: A final decision on plans to allow the Greyfriars museum to become a community centre run by the Lincoln Diocese has been delayed.
Friday, October 23
Cornhill redevelopment: Planning permission for a £12 million project to renovate the Cornhill Quarter will be decided by City of Lincoln Council next week.
“Broken promises”: The group campaigning for libraries in Lincolnshire to be saved has launched a scathing attack on the county council for announcing plans to recover their costs from a legal challenge at the High Court.