Lincolnshire County Council invites the public to have their say on the future of 30 libraries in the county. Photo: Åsmund Løvdal

Have your say on Lincolnshire libraries

  The County Council is opening a second round of consultations on the future of public libraries.

SU: housing restrictions would have “greater economic impact” on Lincoln

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Despite stating in January that restrictions on student housing and other multiple occupancy households were “unlikely to happen”, now SU President Brian Alcorn is having to deal with the issue of an Article Four direction again.

Lincoln study reveals children can be trained to better recognise emotions

The research could be an important breakthrough in the battle to combat autism and other disorders which can prevent emotional understanding (Photo: hepingting via Flickr)

Neuroscientists at the University of Lincoln have released a study that could lead to real differences for those suffering from autism and other cognitive development conditions which prohibit understanding of other people’s emotions.

“Let’s take on London”: successful Lincoln Pride set to grow

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The biggest event for the LGBT community in Lincoln was clearly a definitive success as it drew to a close on Sunday evening.

Lincoln painted in rainbow colours

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  City Square was full of rainbow flags and smiling faces at the annual Lincoln Pride event on Sunday.

Student night returns to The Waterside

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Lincoln’s annual student shopping night returns to the Waterside Shopping Centre on Wednesday 1 October promising exciting student discounts

More frequent and faster trains to Newark and Nottingham

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A long awaited upgrade to the service between Lincoln and Nottingham via Newark has been announced.

University supports housing company after students moved into hotels

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First year students allotted to Danesgate House ended up in hotels during Freshers’ Week, after new owners Mansion Property Management failed to have all the required rooms ready for the start of the semester.

Seven Step Sweet Chilli Salmon

Credit: Lewis Woollard

Learn how to make this scrumptious serving of salmon with a spicy twist with Lewis Woollard’s quick, simple recipe.

Spiked: Students are treated like children

According to Spiked Online freedom of speech for students are under threat from a "thought police". Photo: Student protests against increased tuition fees in 2010. By Jason via Flickr

    Online current-affairs magazine Spiked has launched a campaign for more freedom of speech on university campuses.

Lincoln record much needed win over Macclesfield

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10-man Lincoln ended a three match losing streak with a 2-0 win over manager Gary Simpson’s former side, Macclesfield.