Man claims he committed offences because of his other personality
It comes after extensive repair work is completed
The building of new facilities at a Grimsby college will provide physically disabled students with key life skills.
Spiralling levels of poverty in Lincoln has led to the City council having to respond.
Helen Goodman visited the Ermine library
Results from all of our local sides
Football teams across the Lincs FM region
Final score Dartford 1 Grimsby Town 0
Torquay Utd 0-1 Scunthorpe United, Lincoln City 0-0 Dartford & Kidderminster Harriers 0-1 Grimsby Town.
Grimsby Town got a much needed 1-0 win at Wrexham last night.
Families are facing a "growing crisis" when it comes to getting their children into primary schools, the head of a teaching union has said.
Former News Of The World editor Andy Coulson has told a jury he heard voicemail messages hacked from David Blunkett's phone.
Average UK earnings increased by 1.7% in the year to February, above the inflation rate of 1.6%, according to official figures.
Former Co-op Bank boss Paul Flowers has been charged with two counts of possession of a class A drug and one of a class C drug.
North Korean diplomats have asked the British government to step in after a London hairdresser used an image of the secretive regime's leader in a promotion for cheaper hair cuts.
A round-up of the latest stories from the world of sport - brought to you by the Sky Sports News team.
West Ham winger Matt Jarvis says he may have to be "a bit more clever" in the future after staying on his feet despite a mistimed challenge from Arsenal's Bacary Sagna.
Paul Collingwood believes whoever takes charge of the England team will have a promising squad at his disposal as he begins the rebuilding process.
Hearts moved a step closer to exiting administration after their largest creditor agreed to sell it's shares in the financially-troubled Edinburgh club.
Arsene Wenger has hailed the importance of Arsenal's victory over West Ham as his side came from behind to win 3-1 at Emirates Stadium.
AC/DC frontman Brian Johnson has said he is "not ruling anything out" amid claims the band are on the brink of retirement.
Singer Paul Weller has won £10,000 privacy damages for three of his children after their faces were published on a newspaper website.
Two brothers of the late actor Paul Walker will help finish Fast & Furious 7 following his death in a car crash.
Miley Cyrus has been forced to cancel a concert after being rushed to hospital suffering from a severe allergic reaction to antibiotics.
Leonardo DiCaprio's latest movie role will be as a 19th Century fur trapper who seeks revenge against those who left him for dead after he is mauled by a grizzly bear.
A toddler has been reunited with his mother after he was discovered inside a claw crane machine filled with stuffed animal toys at a nearby bowling alley.
An undercover cop spent two months dressed as an Amish woman in the hope of scaring off a man exposing himself to Amish children.
Two men claiming to be North Korean officials have confronted a London hairdresser who filled his salon window with a poster of Kim Jong-Un, alongside the words: "Bad Hair Day?"
A large black bear had a less than gentle landing after it was shot out of a tree using a tranquilliser gun.
A man has spent hours sitting on a street corner with a sign declaring he is a bully as part of his sentence for harassing a neighbour and her disabled children.
It's official: wages have at last caught up with inflation. The squeeze is over. Or is it?
Tesco has reported a 6% fall in full-year group trading profit of £3.3bn.
Starbucks is to base its European headquarters in Britain, amid the ongoing row over multinationals' corporate tax structures.
Troubled bitcoin exchange Mt Gox is due to be liquidated after a Japanese court rejected a bailout plan.
People approaching retirement will be given an estimate of when they might die, ministers have revealed.