Monthly Archives: April 2017
Lincolnshire has been ranked as the sixth in the country for lowest levels of crime in 2016, according to new data by the Office for National Statistics.
Shakira Martin, NUS’ Vice President for Further Education, has been elected as the organisation’s new president at the National Conference in Brighton.
A woman shouldn’t have to shop in the male aisle for a razor because the products targeting her are more expensive, say students Abbie Beck-Cohen and Daisy Elsden.
Watch LincSport’s short-film documenting Lincoln City’s famous return to the Football League after beating Macclesfield Town 2-1 at Sincil Bank.
Lincoln’s NUS delegates are in Brighton this week, as the organisation’s national conference gets underway.
Watch a special edition of the LincSport Show from Sincil Bank ahead of a massive weekend for Lincoln City who can win the National League title and promotion to the Football League with victory against Macclesfield.
Lincoln’s Steep Hill in Lincoln is the fifth prettiest street in the UK – according to a new survey by the transport company National Express.
Sam Habergham’s free kick two minutes from time completed a late, late turnaround as Lincoln City moved five points clear at the top of the National League with a 2-1 win over Torquay United.
Two Lincoln students have had their artwork displayed in the university’s new Isaac Newton Building, after they were announced as winners of an on-campus competition.