Monthly Archives: December 2012

New year, new films: what to watch out for in 2013

2013 is a brand new year – and with it will bring a whole host of film releases. James Hicks takes a look ahead to what we can expect in cinemas.

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UK Sport announce record funding for Rio 2016

On December 18th 2012, UK Sport announced how the funding for sports will be distributed in the wake of the London 2012 Olympics. John Fernandez reports.

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‘The Breaking Dawn’ of a new age: life after ‘Twilight’

The film saga that had fans thirsting for more is well and truly over. James Hicks looks at what remains, following the end of the “Twilight” franchise.

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Boxing Day blues for Imps in local derby

Lincoln City lost 4-1 to local rivals Grimsby Town in the Boxing Day derby at The 12th Imp Sincil Bank Stadium. Scott Tysoe went along.

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Lincoln City vs. Grimsby Town – battle of the neighbours

The local rivalry between Lincoln City and Grimsby Town is set to reignite over the festive season as the two clubs go head-to-head twice in the space of a week. Scott Tysoe reports.

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Cristiano Ronaldo set to return to Old Trafford

The draw for the Champions League Last 16 has brought up some interesting encounters, including the return of Cristiano Ronaldo to Old Trafford. Max Mclean reports.

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‘Life of Pi’ breathes new life into cinema

“Life of Pi” is renowned film director Ang Lee’s latest offering. But is it more than just a man and a tiger on a boat? Thomas Mills went to find out.

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Come dine with us? How small restaurants are fighting back in Lincoln

While the Brayford Waterfront is dominated by chain restaurants, there are other options on the menu in Lincoln. Lucy Vince investigates.

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England break 27-year duck in India

The England cricket team won their first test series in India for 27 years. Max Mclean looks at how the side managed to break the streak.

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Buying Christmas gifts on a student budget

Worried about buying Christmas presents with your remaining student loan? Sarah Beane has tips on how to shop this Christmas.

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