More than 1,000 golden tickets are to be hidden on buses across Lincolnshire.
The lucky winners will claim prises of bus tickets, book vouchers and tech gadgets. It is all part of a campaign to get more people out of their cars and on to public transport.
The consultation process for an improvement scheme in Lincoln will begin today. There are proposals for Lindongate to have a new public transport interchange as well as and an improvement to the Cornhill Quarter.
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A football club is crowdfunding a huge Dambusters design on one of its stands in a bid to help re-finance a £380,000 bank loan.
Lincoln City FC is about to launch its fundraising campaign turning a 5,681-seater stand into a vast mosaic bearing the image of a Second World War Lancaster bomber soaring above the historic cathedral city's skyline.
It comes as the club seeks to pay off a loan with The Co-Operative Bank, which is calling in its debt.
Poverty action groups in Lincoln have come together at a conference to highlight the issue of deprivation.
Campaigners at the Lincoln Against Poverty conference are discussing ways to help low income families.
The organisers say many people are turning to high cost borrowing - which serves only to worsen their financial problems.
West Yorkshire Police have confirmed that they are working the with local council and looking at ways to curb the use of so-called 'legal highs' in Bradford.
We, in conjunction with our partners, will look at and use any tool which proves to be effective against the use of new psychoactive substances which cause anti-social behaviour in our communities.
Local authorities in West Yorkshire are aware of what is proposed in Lincoln and are watching the outcomes with interest.
The introduction of Public Space Protection Orders would be a local authority led initiative supported by the police.
The move comes after Lincoln Council became the first in the country to use new legislation to outlaw legal highs in the city centre.
Lincoln Council has announced that it is to ban the use of legal highs in the city centre.
It is the first place in the UK to ban the substances. The ban will come into place on April 1st.
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Legal highs could soon be banned in Lincoln city centre.
The council will meet tonight to discuss banning intoxicating substances such as legal highs and alcohol in Lincoln city centre.
If it is ratified, the ban could come in force from April this year, and will be the first of its kind in the country.
Lincoln city council is being asked to approve maintenance work costing £700,000 on the Broadgate car park.
Work would start in April and last for six months.
"Our car parks are well used by residents and business customers and are a key facility to the central area.
Broadgate's usage has generally increased on a yearly basis partly generated by adjacent development schemes, therefore these works are vital to ensure the local economy is not affected."
A demonstration against proposed cuts to the fire service in Lincolnshire has being held today whilst the county council decides its budget for the next 12 months.
Defend Our Fire Services, a coalition of firefighters and local residents, called the protest in Lincoln claiming lives could be put at risk.
Lincolnshire Fire and Rescue has to save £1.2m as part of county hall plans to reduce its budget by £90m over the next five years.