Tuesday, August 6
Beyond the curriculum: The University is expanding disciplines available to students with a new School of Mathematics and Chemistry from 2014.s
Sneak-in spike: Police are warning residents of Lincoln of a sudden spike in sneak-in burglaries.
New car park: Under new proposals, the City of Lincoln Council will add a new car park to the city centre on St Mary’s Street.
Monday, August 5
Drowning incident: A 36-year-old Lincoln teacher has died while on holiday in the Dominican Republic in the early hours of Saturday morning, according to reports.
Crackdown: Trading Standards and police seized thousands of illegal cigarettes during raids at shops in Lincoln last month.
Assault case witness: Police are appealing for a witness who helped a young woman take a taxi to hospital in Lincoln at the weekend.
Caught out: Two locals have been charged in relation to a burglary in Lincoln last week.
Women on bank notes: “There is still a long way to go to rectify an imbalance that Austen identified in 1817, but this small victory, like Austen herself, should not be underestimated.”
Maintaining customers: Lava PR’s Ed Willmott explains how to keep your customers satisfied once you have them on board.
Friday, August 2
Departure: The CEO of East Midlands Ambulance Service is stepping down from the role, after controversial proposals to restructure the service.