Monthly Archives: October 2011

Candidates fail to show at by-election hustings

The start of the SU by-elections was marked by a low-turnout hustings event, with only three candidates and around a dozen students turning up.

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Birdy’s Boutique flies the nest

Popular fashion boutique Birdy’s has been revamped, refurbished and re-located, Kanchan Tooray spoke to owner Michelle Rudd about the move.

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Campaigning begins for SU by-elections

Campaigning has begun for the Lincoln Students’ Union by-elections 2011, with five unpaid positions up for grabs.

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Oxjam music festival comes to town

Ahead of the first Oxjam festival in Lincoln, The Linc spoke to one of the organisers about how the event has created a unique music network across the country.

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New Imps manager Holdsworth was “the stand-out candidate”

Imps chairman Bob Dorrian admits David Holdsworth’s enthusiasm and knowledge of the game were huge factors in his appointment as new Lincoln City manager.

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Cannon and Ball to play Ugly Sisters in this year’s panto

With this year’s pantomime being extended by one week, The Linc spoke to Cannon and Ball about playing Ugly Sisters for the first time in their 48 year career.

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Bowling For Soup bowled over Lincoln once again

Bowling For Soup returned to Lincoln and showed why they’re still around after 17 years. Nathan Dack went to see the show.

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Video: Local newspapers debate – dead or alive?

Acting editor of the Lincolnshire Echo, Steve Fletcher, journalism professor Tim Luckhurst and former editor of The Scotsman, Neil Fowler, debate the future of local newspapers.

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The Blackout are ready to be far from ‘silent’ in Lincoln

The Blackout will be returning to Lincoln after four years. Samantha Coombes caught up with vocalist Gavin Butler to talk about their headline tour.

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Noah and the Whale ‘give a little love’ to Engine Shed

Noah and the Whale seemed more confident when they put on a full suited show on Friday, October 21st. Anna Duggal went to see the show.

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