Home rule: Prime Minister David Cameron visited Lincoln on Friday, April 24 to launch a manifesto for “English votes for English laws”.
Thursday, April 23
Aaron Bee sentenced: A Lincoln man who taunted police with a series of selfies while on the run has been given an eight month jail sentence.
Big 5 Questions: Lucy Rigby was the latest parliamentary hopeful to visit The Lincolnite as part of the Big 5 Questions series this week.
Big Election Survey: In his latest column, Craig Harper breaks down the results of the third Big Election Survey, outlining the purpose of the research.
Bomb discovered: Contractors renewing the runway at RAF Waddington have unearthed what’s thought to be an old mortar shell from WW2.
Visitors’ agenda: Lincoln firms and organisations are banding together to raise national awareness of events in the city this summer.
Green light: Plans for a 78-home estate in a village to the south of Lincoln have been approved by North Kesteven District Council.
Business development: NKDC’s project to develop 19 new business units on Teal Park has been unanimously approved.
Paying out: Lincolnshire Co-op will be paying out to its members and its staff after it announced an increase in profits.
Dementia event: Organisations in Lincoln were encouraged to learn more about the effects of dementia at a conference in the city.
Strong turnout: More than 8,000 visitors attended the second Spark Engineering Festival at Lincoln Cathedral over the weekend (April 17-19).