Lincon council chiefs are to consider whether to support a £250million development that could provide over 2,700 homes in the city.
Bradford has been named the most likely place for innocent drivers to be caught up in "Crash for Cash" scams
£29million is being made available to Police and Crime Commissioners to help deliver Restorative Justice for victims.
There are calls for improvements to be made to rail links between Lincoln and Nottingham.
A group of business leaders are lobbying Network Rail and East Midlands Trains for more frequent services, particularly on a weekend, and improved tracks.
They believe it could help attract more tourists to the city.
An East Midlands Trains spokesman said: "We have worked hard to improve the service between Nottingham and Lincoln and hame provided our passengers with refurbished trains and an additional evening service.
"We remain supportive of further improvements to the service on this route, and have been instrumental in the creation of a dedicated Lincoln-Nottingham stakeholder board to look at the future services on this route."
Bradford Council have agreed to put a proposal to cut 700 jobs out to public consultation.
The Council has described it as the most "difficult decision" it's ever had to make over its budget.
The plans will be put to full council in February.
– Spokesman for Bradford Council
"On 26 February 2014 Bradford Council will make the most difficult budget decisions it has ever had to face.
"Over the last three years the Council has had to cut its spending by £100 million. Bradford lost £147 per head due to Government cuts in funding for councils, while the ten least deprived authorities had spending cut by an average of just £20.29 per head."
Protestors in Chesterfield claim disabled people are being forced back into work when they are not well enough.
Dressed as UN representatives, the campaigners say they are conducting an "investigation into alleged human rights abuses".
But the company who assess people claiming benefits for disabilities say they use accredited doctors and nurses.
– Spokesman for the Department of Work and Pensions
"We are committed to helping people who are capable of work get off benefits and into paid employment, while giving unconditional support to those who need it.
"A decision on whether someone is well enough to work is taken following a thorough assessment and after consideration of all the supporting medical evidence provided by the claimant.
"The percentage of people entitled to Employment and Support Allowance is now at its highest level, with over half of people eligible for it."
Protestors have taken to the streets in Chesterfield today to campaign for fairer treatment of disabled people.
They claim Atos - the company hired by the government to assess the capability of disabled people for work - are forcing people to work who are not well enough to do so.
The Unite community group is calling for a conference to be held in Chesterfield to gather further evidence and propose changes to the current policy and systems.
East Lindsey District Council’s recycling collection will finish for the winter during the two week period following November 11 – depending on your collection day.
From March 31, 2014, the Council will be launching fortnightly Green Waste Collection for £25 per year for 25 collections over 50 weeks. Details on how to sign up for the service will be released in the New Year.
During the winter months Green Waste can be taken to one of the County Council’s Household Waste Recycling Centres. To check your current household waste and recycling calendar, visit www.e-lindsey.gov.uk
People living in social housing in Hull will be able to swap homes from today. It's hoped that people living in homes that are either too big or too small, can swap with others to find the most suitable house for their family.
The number of council tenants in Lincoln who are behind on paying their rent has more than doubled since ‘bedroom tax’ was introduced.
Within six months of it coming into effect the number of under-occupying council tenants in rent arrears rose from 290 to 629.
This means 70 per cent of council tenants affected by ‘bedroom tax’ are in arrears, and the amount they owe in total has nearly doubled in six months from £83,111 to £164,758.
Labour leader and Doncaster North MP Ed Milliband was at a school in Doncaster on Friday to stress the importance of business skills to students.
He visited Ridgewood Comprehensive School's Young Enterprise group on the launch of the project for this academic year.
There's been a downturn in the number of people shopping in the region high's streets and shopping centres over the last month, according to new figures. Experts have described it as "pre-Christmas caution."
Doncaster sofa giant DFS have reported a year of record sales, despite a dip during the hot weather.
The chain, which has 99 stores, attributes the success to increasing their market share by offering more upmarket options for buyers.
This good news for the business comes despite being one of six high street carpet and furniture retailers under investigation from the Office of Fair Trading for using artificially high prices to exaggerate sales and price cuts.