Employable graduates: Bishop Grosseteste University in Lincoln has landed second top spot for employable graduates against universities across the country.
Wednesday, July 1
Service changes: Lincoln Citizens Advice have announced that opening hours at their main office on Beaumont Fee will be extended, and staff are implementing a new way of helping clients.
Message of unity: A number of organisations and religious groups have come together to issue a joint response to the recent terror attacks in Tunisia, in which a young Lincoln graduate was killed.
Burton Road GP update: The management of Burton Road GP surgery in Lincoln will be provided by new partnership from today after surviving the threat of closure.
Line closed: Trains between Lincoln and Grimsby will be replaced by buses until at least Friday after a freight train derailed near Lincoln.
Tuesday, June 30
Road closed: A motorcyclist has been taken to hospital after a serious crash involving three cars in Lincoln.
Business boost? Lincoln MP Karl McCartney is lobbying the government to grant Lincoln an Enterprise Zone.
Derailed freight train: The lines between Lincoln and Market Rasen and Grimsby are currently closed after a derailed freight train near Lincoln.
Historic views: The Lincoln landscape has changed dramatically over the last century, and an online archive of Aerofilms is helping people visualise just how much.
Ambulance reassurance: A study into patients’ experience with EMAS argues that reassurance should be targeted like response times.
Cover interview: Having face many different challenges in the military and civilian police, Gary Headland took on a brand new challenge when he became CEO of Lincoln College Group.
Title sponsor needed: The Lincoln Santa Fun Run & Walk needs a new sponsor for this year’s popular event.
Monday, June 29
Family tributes: The family of Carly Lovett, the Lincoln graduate from Gainsborough killed in the Tunisia terror attack, have paid tributes.
Take a tour inside: The Lincoln University Technical College ready to move into the former Greestone Centre after £7.5m redevelopment.
Adjourned sentence: Three men who admitted drugs charges relating to the death of a Lincoln student await sentencing.
Winners chosen: People who signed up for the chance to whizz down a Lincoln hill on a giant waterslide will find out if they were successful.