Another public enquiry: The Department for Transport will hold another public inquiry before deciding whether to grant legal orders needed for the Lincoln Eastern Bypass.
Thursday, June 5
Shop raid: Police and Trading Standards raided a ‘head shop’ on Lincoln High Street and confiscated several so-called legal highs.
EMAS budget cuts: The ambulance service will need to find savings of £6 million in the next year to make ends meet.
Green fingered pupils: Lincoln design, print and marketing firm Ruddocks has launched a new garden and outdoor function space with the help of four local schools.
13th and 14th strikes: Firefighters in Lincolnshire will join national strikes once again, including a 24-hour strike – the longest yet in the three-year campaign.
NHS apologise: The family of a Lincoln woman who stepped out into the path of oncoming traffic after telling doctors she felt suicidal will be compensated.
Clever strategy: Shaun Cole from Ideafuel Creative argues that Lincoln companies can learn a lot about growing their businesses from Starbucks’ marketing strategy.
Greener summer: Andrew Jackson from Sustain Lincolnshire explains how to save energy over summer.
Full steam ahead: Lincoln has been voted as the best location in the world for the Steampunk social movement.
Digging up history: Tests have revealed a fascinating look into the story of the 10 skeletons unearthed from the grounds at Lincoln Castle.
Get involved: Council tenants in Lincoln can join a panel to help improve the way the properties are managed.