Monthly Archives: March 2014
Written by Åsmund Løvdal. Activists from the Youth Fight for Jobs campaign protested against the use of zero-hour contracts and for a higher minimum wage outside McDonalds on Cornhill on Saturday 29 March.
With the Premier League title race the closest it has been in years, it’s a good time to ask our writers who will win it. So the question: “Who will win the Premier League and why?”
Ahead of Saturday’s trip to Tamworth, Charlie Adams spoke of his positive experience on loan at Lincoln City so far. “Yeah it’s been really good, a great experience for me. It’s good to get games under my belt. “It’s more direct here in the conference, u21s is more laid back, on the floor passing, but […]
Written by Åsmund Austenå Løvdal. A campaign is under way to make the migrant voice heard in British politics.
Written by Alana Cannon. Spring has finally arrived in Lincoln and around campus there has been an influx of new trends. We can finally say goodbye to those heavy winter coats and hello to sunglasses, cropped jackets and soft, pastel hues. Let’s take a look at what you’ve had to offer this March:
Speaking ahead of Lincoln City’s trip to Gateshead, manager Gary Simpson was in positive mood, saying the team’s focus was on “trying to keep that momentum going.”
Joel Dommett, known mostly for presenting MTV News in 2012 and a 15 minute stand-up slot on Russell Howard’s Good News, came to The Platform in Lincoln on Thursday night.
Parrots can understand and enjoy the concept of sharing, a recent study from the University of Lincoln’s School of Life Sciences has found.
A petition has been set up by a University of Lincoln student to change the rules concerning the eligibility of homosexual and bisexual men donating blood.
Written by Michael Bonner. As the might of the Persian Empire marches towards Greece, the famous Athenian Themistokles (Sullivan Stapleton) gathers together a handful of warriors and heads off into the Aegean Sea to fend off the Persian invasion and to unite Greece.