Ice skating bonanza: Ice skating displays from local skating teams and professionals marked the opening of the 2015 Lincoln BIG Ice Rink.
Tuesday, January 6
Protestors charged: Four drone protesters have been charged and are due in court after cutting the fence and breaking the perimeter at RAF Waddington.
Voting time approaches: The time for reflection from some of our local worthies is surely now over, as the general elections are coming up, writes John Marriott.
A fresh look: David Wright shares tips to get you started with some marketing goals for your business that you’ll actually enjoy sticking to.
Health help: The Forum Pharmacy in North Hykeham has become the latest in the Lincolnshire Co-op chain to get a healthy living upgrade.
Four months in a hedge near a Lincoln village: Rosie the spaniel managed to sniff out a £12,000 diamond that landed in a hedge four months ago.
Potholes priority: An investment of over £160 million will be spent on fixing potholes and improving roads in Lincolnshire.
Monday, January 5
Charlesworth Street assault: Police are appealing for information after a street argument between two Lincoln women resulted in assault.
Applications open: The BBC’s Question Time television panel show will return to Lincoln this month and people can apply to join the live audience.
Garage theft: Police have released CCTV images of a man they looking for in connection with tools stolen from a Lincoln garage.
Security breach: Four drone protesters managed to cut through the fence at RAF Waddington and have been arrested.
Sincil Bank murder: Wai Hong Tsang been jailed for a minimum of 28 years for the murder of his former wife Mingzi Yang in Lincoln.
Diversions in place: A £4.5 million project to upgrade Canwick Road in Lincoln has started off with long queues and delays of up to an hour.
Diversions for motorists: A level crossing near Lincoln has been closed for two days to allow resurfacing works to take place.
Road closures: There are a number of road closures in uphill Lincoln as the city’s gas network is upgraded.
Work experience: Lincoln College students will have help to improve their chances of finding a job both in the UK and abroad after a funding boost of almost £100,000.