Monthly Archives: November 2014

Miller scores only goal as Imps beat Southport

Tom Miller scored the only goal of the game for the second week running as Lincoln made it back-to-back home wins with a 1-0 success over Southport.

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Charity challenges public to live on £2.10 a day

National charity FoodCycle, which aims to combat food poverty, are coming to the end of a week in which they challenged the public to live on the “breadline”.

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Vintage Gaming: Prince of Persia (1989)

Barney shows off Prince of Persia!

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New consortium awarded East Coast trains franchise

The Department of Transport today announced that a consortium made up of Stagecoach and Virgin will take over the franchise on the East Coast Mainline.

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Grant Brown: ‘My players aren’t dirty’

Lincoln City assistant manager Grant Brown has insisted that his players aren’t dirty ahead of their match against Southport on Saturday.

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International graduates shun the UK over Visa troubles

The National Union of Students (NUS)  is today calling for more to be done to encourage talented international graduate entrepreneurs to stay in the UK as it releases a report which shows that they are put off starting their businesses up in this country.

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The Player of the Month: Paula Antunes

The October Player of the Month is Women’s Volleyball player Paula Antunes.

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Ladies Badminton advance to quarter-finals with win

The University of Lincoln’s Women’s Badminton team advanced to the quarter-finals of the Midlands Conference Cup after beating Nottingham 3rds on a tiebreak. 

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NUS launch campaign to stop violence against women

The National Union of Students have launched a campaign against gender based violence on UK campuses.

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LincSports Day: As it happened

Cup action is the order of the day for many of our university sports teams, so keep up to day with all the action courtesy of our live blog.

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