Risky designs: A house builder and Lincoln scaffolding company have been fined a total almost £28k after two bricklayers were injured falling from unsafe scaffolding.
Thursday, December 12
Refuse left: A Lincoln woman who left a large pile of waste in the carport of her previous home was fined by the city court.
Double shed break-in: Two sheds have been broken into on Ashlin Grove, Lincoln. Two expensive mountain bikes have been stolen.
Double stabbing: Police are searching for a man following a double stabbing on Monson Street in Lincoln.
Wednesday, December 11
More industrial action: Lincolnshire Fire & Rescue will be striking again this weekend.
Air Force memorabilia: A wartime Lancaster compass has been donated to William Farr School to help construct its very own RAF museum.
Flying high: Students from a Lincolnshire school have won an aircraft design competition set by the RAF. Watch the video here.
Mandela’s legacy: Leader of the City Council Ric Metcalfe looks back over Mandela’s struggles and legacy, and the gratitude he feels towards him.
A better station: Lincoln Central Train Station is getting a £250k refurb to improve facilities for passengers and staff.
Beggar arrested: Police have charged a Lincoln man with persistent begging in the Bailgate area.
More help needed: Luch Rigby argues while growth is welcomed, recovery is slow in the UK and many families will still struggle.