Linda Meredith's father William White was among thousands forced to walk in the so-called 'Long March' in the winter of 1945.Read the full story ›
A young group have moved straight to Number 1 in the CD Charts with a single in aid of the International Bomber Command Centre in Lincoln.Read the full story ›
The funeral is being held today for Bomber Command veteran Donald Nicholson. The 93-year-old sparked a national search for his war medals last year after losing them ahead of the opening ceremony of Lincoln's new Bomber Command memorial spire.
They were eventually found just a few yards from his home. And shortly afterwards Mr Nicholson was treated to a special flypast at the memorial spire.
A special reunion has been held in Lincolnshire today for a group of World War Two veterans who were part of the famous 106 Squadron within Bomber Command.
The veterans, some of whom are now in their 90s, were attending an event at a former airbase in Metheringham - now a visitor centre where two new rooms displaying wartime artefacts were officially opened.
Kate Hemingway reports:
ITV News has gained exclusive access to a laser manufacturing company working on the Bomber Command memorial spire in Lincoln.Read the full story ›
There is a new addition to Lincoln's skyline - a 31 meter tall spire to commemorate the city's connection with bomber command during World War Two.
It will become the focus point of a peace garden - surrounded by memorial walls eventually bearing the names of more than 55,000 who lost their lives during the conflict.
Watch this time lapse footage - courtesy of Place Architecture/Epix Media -and see the spire go up.
A huge spire has today changed the skyline of Lincoln. It is in memory of those who lost their lives serving with Bomber Command. And At 31 metres, the structure is taller than the Angel of the North. Kate Hemingway reports.
It has taken most of the day - but Lincoln's Memorial Spire is this evening in place and creating a new skyline for the city.
Work on erecting the Lincoln spire is coming along nicely .... looks like she's almost halfway up!