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Inside: Bunty’s Tea Room

It has won many awards and is a favourite for both locals and visitors. Becky Lancashire takes us inside Bunty’s Tea Room.

Lincoln City appoint Danny Cowley as new manager

Danny Cowley appointed as Lincoln City boss. Photo: Adam Tomlinson

Danny Cowley has been named as the new Lincoln City manager following Chris Moyses departure at the end of the season.

Review: Wagamama’s new menu is “a juicy mash-up of flavours”

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Wagamama introduced some brand new dishes to its menu yesterday, so we sent our Lifestyle Editor, Cat Talbot, and her deputy, Becky Lancashire, to give it a try.

Conservative Marc Jones takes Lincolnshire police commissioner role

Marc Jones, Lincolnshire Police and Crime Commissioner at the Drill Hall, 6 May 2016 (Photo: Gregor Smith)

Conservative candidate and county councillor Marc Jones will replace Alan Hardwick as Police and Crime Commissioner for Lincolnshire following Thursday’s elections.

LIVEBLOG: Lincoln council election updates

Countinmg of the vote under way.

Polls have now closed after thousands of Lincolnites went to elect a whole new set of city councillors.

Opinion: Why Lincoln SU should stay with the NUS

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This week, the University of Lincoln Students’ Union is holding a referendum on whether to stay affiliated with or leave the National Union of Students. Both sides of the debate have written their arguments for The Linc. This is Jessie Bartholomew, leader of the Yes to NUS campaign.

Dave Frecklington resigns as Lincoln United manager

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Dave Frecklington has resigned from his position as Lincoln United manager.

Lincoln SU disaffiliates from National Union of Students

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The University of Lincoln Students’ Union will be leaving the National Union of Students (NUS) following a campus-wide referendum.

LIVEBLOG: Lincolnshire Police & Crime Commissioner elections

The 2016 Police & Crime Commissioner election count at the Drill Hall (Photo: Gregor Smith)

The sun is shining bright over Lincoln, which means the end of local election counting and the beginning of the Police and Crime Commissioner count.

Opinion: We have “everything to gain” by leaving NUS

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This week, the University of Lincoln Students’ Union is holding a referendum on whether to stay affiliated with or leave the National Union of Students. Both sides of the debate have written their arguments for The Linc. This is Will Fry, leader of the LincOUT campaign.

‘No platforming’ is against the law, says NUS legal advice

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Policies to ban certain speakers from universities – known as ‘no platforming’ – could be illegal, according to legal advice received by the National Union of Students.