Is it watching you? New figures have revealed that 40% of Lincolnshire’s static speed cameras are not currently in use.
Wednesday, October 15
Social media classes: Businesses in Lincoln can take advantage of free social media workshops by Onlincolnshire.
Remove your belongings: Lincolnshire Police are reminding motorists to remove all valuable items from vehicles, or at least from view, after a spike in Lincoln thefts.
Recovery continues: Villagers and commuters in the Weston Hills area are being warned of further disruption following a fighter jet crash last week.
PCS strikes: Public and commercial service (PCS) workers across Lincolnshire are taking part in a national 24-hour strike as they campaign for fair pay.
Voting power: Residents are being reminded to had in their voter registration forms in order to vote next year.
Spotted a keg?: A police operation to tackle continued thefts of aluminium kegs has resulted in a joint agency recovery operation in Lincoln.
Mistruths? David Harding-Price explains why a 1%, or even 2%, pay rise for NHS nurses is affordable.
Tuesday, October 14
Oil spills: A large oil spill near Lincoln has led to a number of roads being closed.
Cost-cutting: Some 400 jobs are at risk as Lincolnshire County Council consults on how to save £90 million.
Bike and keys taken: Police are investigating two more incidents of theft off a street in the Birchwood area of Lincoln over the weekend.