Tuesday, February 11
3-step guide to lumpiness: The use of “lumpy” marketing mail is on the rise as brands look to get personal with new or existing customers, writes Shaun Cole from Ideafuel.
Heritage framework: Contractor Robert Woodhead secured a 4-year regional contract for Lincolnshire public sector projects worth £12 million.
Sexual assault e-fit: Lincolnshire Police released an e-fit image of the suspect in a serious sexual assault in Lincoln.
Silent night: The winners of a competition to design the logo for the Lincoln Shush Campaign have been announced and awarded tickets to top nightspots.
Buying in the hot market: Kate Faulkner explains to prospective buyers what to expect when getting a mortgage in the current property climate.
Leader declines the increase: Lincolnshire county councillors will vote next week on independently recommended increases in their allowances.
Heritage repairs: A key Lincoln road through Newport Arch will be closed for just over a month to allow essential restoration works to the monument.
Monday, February 10
Improved statistics: Lincoln’s new company formations have accelerated, improving net company growth.
Half term events: The February half term holiday is offering lots of family activities and events to choose from for school children across Lincoln.
High Court action: A judicial review request has been sent to the County Council over its decision to cut library services in Lincolnshire.