Risky designs: A house builder and Lincoln scaffolding company have been fined a total almost £28k after two bricklayers were injured falling from unsafe scaffolding.
Friday, July 25
Love parks: Do you enjoy a stroll around a local park? Steve Bird looks at why the spaces came to be for the upcoming Love Parks Week.
Thursday, July 24
Better together: Two estate agents with branches in Lincoln and the surrounding areas have merged to form a 170-strong workforce.
Ready to walk: A group of Lincoln pupils are ready to walk across rough terrain in Iceland later this month as part of a school challenge.
Land’s End to John O’Groates: Two members of staff from the St Marks shopping centre in Lincoln will cover the 874-mile journey across the UK by “as many means possible” for charity.
Giant show: Some 400 pieces of sculpture from across the globe have come together at Doddington Hall for on of the biggest exhibitions in the country.
Milestone reached: A horse charity near Lincoln has managed to rehome 200 horses.
Three times the challenge: A local businessman is gearing up for a gruelling triathlon challenge in aid of two charities which are close to his heart.
Services affected: Union strikes and engineering works will cause disruptions for train passengers travelling to and from Lincoln between July 27 and August 1.
More big brands: Lincoln MP Karl McCartney is paving the way for John Lewis to potentially open a store in the city, improving the retail offer.
Wednesday, July 23
Graduation day: Students and honorary guests made their way to Lincoln Cathedral for the Bishop Grosseteste University graduation ceremony.