Monthly Archives: January 2014
By Lauren Farmer. Lincolnshire YMCA and The Nomad Trust will be sleeping rough next month to help fund a new night shelter in Lincoln which is currently in its feasibility stage.
This season’s Six Nations Championship preparations will be ramped up next week as squads begin assembling before the opening games on February 1st.
Gary Simpson has said his side must give Saturday’s opponents FC Halifax Town more of a game than they did last time the sides met.
The start of the year is when all the sports, that some don’t really consider sports have their major championships.
Written by Lauren Farmer. Flat hair that just sits on your head can be a frustrating problem. Finding the right balance between using enough product to make a difference, whilst not overloading it can be infuriating.
Written by Sam Johnson. A baby deer and a sheep were pulled out of the Brayford Pool this afternoon.
By Emily White. University of Lincoln has been awarded £900,000 to take part in exciting new research into a type of diabetes, which is a major cause of blindness.
Written by Jonathan Hart Lincolnshire racing ace Jack Harvey has announced he’ll drive in America’s Indy Lights Series this year, after admitting his F1 dreams have been dashed by drivers who pay to be in the sport.
Written by Luke Thompson. Tom Standage, author and editor at one of the world’s most important newspapers, The Economist, talks about his Uni days, the future of digital journalism, Bill Gates and wearable technology.
Written by Liam Ray The Australian Open ended with the most unlikely winner. Stanislas Wawrinka, the new Swiss no.1, ending Roger Federer’s 13 year reign there, lifted the men’s singles trophy.