A father's call for the wearing of helmets by all cyclists to be compulsory has been backed by superstar rider Mark Cavendish. Teenager Ryan Smith, from Lincolnshire, remains in a coma after his accident while riding to work for a summer job near Skegness. Here's Martin Fisher.
Councillors in Skegness have attacked a government report that branded the resort as the most deprived in the UK. In a report based on poverty figures, the Lincolnshire seaside town - famous for the Jolly Fisherman and Butlins - came out with the worst record.
At the resort today, they were testing out a ferry service as one way of bringing in tourists from other areas. Calendar spoke to Cllr. Dick Edginton of east Lindsay District Council
Skegness is the most deprived seaside area in England, according to the Office for National Statistics. In a report based on poverty figures, the Lincolnshire resort came top followed by Ingoldmells.
Protesters from the far-right English Defence League have staged a demonstration against halal slaughter in Skegness. The method of preparing meat according to the rituals of Islam is legal - but the EDL say it is barbaric. From Skegness, Martin Fisher reports.
The English Defence League have gathered in Skegness to demonstrate against Halal slaughter. The protest was originally planned by the East Anglian Patriots, who demonstrated last month against the planned mosque in Lincoln.
One of the country's best known resorts is hoping for a prehistoric pay day as part of its bid to boost tourism. Skegness is doing all it can to bring in the visitors and create dozens of jobs.
There's been a £16m investment at a holiday park and now a developer is ploughing hundreds of thousand of pounds into dinosaurs. It's all happening on the sea front and it's hoped that it'll bring more investment as Kate Hemingway reports.
Nigel Tett, who owns a hotel in Skegness says the investment is great news for the area. He's also keen for future investment to attract out of season visitors.
A new Dinosaur Adventure Park has opened in Skegness.
Hoteliers and businesses are welcoming more investment in Skegness. A private investor has put £250,000 into developing a dinosaur theme park on the seafront.
The attraction is expected to create around 40 jobs long term. The local council says it's part of £25m that's being invested in the area for the future.
It comes after Butlins in Skegness opened a £16m water park, creating dozens of new jobs for the town.
Part of the promenade in Skegness has been redeveloped to create a dinosaur park aimed at educating children. Private investors are involved in the project. The park already has a black lit 3D golf and interactive 4D dinosaur trail. An amphitheatre, museum and cinema are planned for next year.
One of our region's biggest attractions has just got even bigger. Butlins in Skegness now has a new 16 million pound water park including several slides and pools. The resort's investment has also created dozens of new jobs for the town. James Webster reports.