Iconic refurb: In the run up to the Magna Carta’s 800th anniversary an iconic Lincoln pub has been given a £90,000 facelift and staff are brushing up on their history.
Wednesday, October 29
Think twice: Police officers have taken to the streets of Lincoln in a sobering appeal to people on a night out to think twice before acting violently.
Overworked nurses: David Harding-Price explains what he thinks the government could do to improve NHS nurses’ roles.
Tuesday, October 28
Positive results: Strong sales have seen Lincolnshire Co-op record a £170,000 rise in profit during the 2013/2014 trading year and its members are in line for a bonus.
More accommodation: Plans to build student accommodation on Tentercroft Street has been met with objections by locals.
Scrapped: Plans to continue with the Being the Best EMAS proposals have been scrapped by the Trust Board.
Lending a hand: Students and staff from the University of Lincoln have spent a day cleaning Brayford Pool.
Dance-off: The community-led Dance Factor Lincolnshire project has been shortlisted against five other groups for £50,000 worth of lottery funding.
Until they’re gone: There are still limited places available to a guest lecture in Lincoln featuring the RAF Red Arrows team leader.
Big relay: A Lincoln driving instructor along with his colleagues and pupils will take part in a relay for Children in Need.
The Last Post: The unique contribution made by a Lincoln family to the First World War will be remembered in a commemorative play, bringing to life the family’s accounts of life at war.