Support pouring in: Watch the fourth part of the Lincoln Ice Bucket Challenge Series for charity.
Wednesday, January 29
Fuel up: Lincolnshire forecourts are found to be offering motorists their fair share of fuel, according to trading standards’ testing.
Council tax rise: City Council’s Executive will consult on proposals to raise council tax for 2014/15 by 1.8%.
Store refurb: A large transformation project will see a popular pet store add a vets, grooming parlour and new jobs.
Exercise Mountain Dragon: Defence chiefs have backed a multi-million pound package to extend pioneering cyber training at RAF Waddington until 2019.
Dignified care: Staff at Lincolnshire hospitals will host a range of events as part of national Dignity Day.
Business aid: The government announced a two-year annual £1,000 tax break for retailers and shops, aimed to help businesses in Lincolnshire.
Lincoln joins the race: Yarborough Leisure Centre is getting ready to host the city’s first Sainsbury’s Sport Relief Mile.
Last orders? Lucy Rigby explains the factors behind closing pubs, and what Labour has done to try and save them.
Crime panel report: Lincolnshire Police and Crime Commissioner Alan Hardwick ignored legal advice over his suspension of Chief Constable Neil Rhodes, which cost taxpayers more than £165,000.
Dogs a Good’un: In a new series for The Lincolnite, animal behaviourist Yasmin Burley will help residents with all their doggy issues.