Tuesday, August 12
Employers care duty: Is your workplace a safe one to operate in? Ringrose Law’s John Knight looks at what employers should do to keep you protected from injury.
Three arrests: A woman and two men have been arrested after emergency services were called to a car fire on Boultham Park Road.
Monday, August 11
Historic flypast: A number of iconic aircraft will pass over the south of the city via RAF Waddington later this month.
Valued policing: Lincolnshire PCC Alan Hardwick says the county’s policing model could help the save the government funds and secure local money too.
Costly crimes: Rural crime in Lincolnshire climbed by 28% in 2013, costing some £2.3 million.
Garden centre extension: Pennells Garden Centre in Lincoln is getting a £1.8 million expansion as part of a growing business plan.
Life-saving investment: Three Asda stores in Lincoln have been given public-access defibrillator machines, with staff receiving CPR training as well.
New shop: St Barnabas are getting ready to open a new charity shop in a unit on Wragby Road.
Coast to coast: A Lincoln man is taking on the challenge of a lifetime in memory of his brother, who sadly died in 2008.
More passengers: Twice as many people are now choosing to use the Hykeham train station, according to new statistics.
Still missing: Search for missing Merseyside boy is extended to Lincoln, where his family are believed to have links.
Fit for work? Lincoln CAB’s Amanda McSorley explains how Citizen’s Advice is campaigning against the current Work Capability Assessment process.
Saturday, August 9
Fresh Revolution: We have a first look at the revamped Revolution bar in Lincoln after a week’s work.
Friday, August 8
Two Lancasters back together: One of the last surviving Lancaster Bombers has completed its voyage from Canada to RAF Coningsby Lincolnshire.
50 years on: In order to celebrate it’s 50th year in action, Lincoln South fire station held a special open day on Friday, August 8 with demonstrations, charity events and a historic flypast.