Monthly Archives: December 2017

Lincoln City record fifth win in six thanks to Matt Rhead brace against Forest Green

Matt Rhead’s brace gave Lincoln City a fifth win in six with a 2-1 win over Forest Green Rovers at Sincil Bank.

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Lincolnshire Police launch ‘Think Don’t Drink’ campaign

Police

Lincolnshire Police will be naming those caught drink driving from today until the New Year, following the launch of a new campaign.

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Lincoln City close the gap on automatic promotion places after beating Accrington Stanley

Lincoln City moved to within three points of the League Two automatic promotion places after a 2-0 win against Accrington Stanley at Sincil Bank.

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Second free speech motion approved by Students’ Union trustees

Lincoln Students' Union (SU)

Trustees at the University of Lincoln’s Students’ Union have voted through a second student motion on freedom of speech.

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University launches artwork competition for Sarah Swift Building

The University of Lincoln has announced a competition for students to design a piece of artwork for the recently opened Sarah Swift Building.

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Government announces proposals for two-year ‘accelerated’ degrees

The Department for Education (DfE) has announced plans for ‘accelerated’ degrees which would be taught over two years instead of three.

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The music production power of an iPhone

“It’s very solo, it’s like the motorbike of record studios”, says Barney Packer, the third year Public Relations student set to release an album entirely recorded on an iPhone 5s.

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‘To Let signs are a target on the backs of students’, Lincoln SU warns

It’s being claimed that landlords in Lincoln who fail to pull down ‘to let’ signs, after the property has been rented out, are putting the safety and security of students at risk.

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Christmas shopping: what to get for the person who has everything

There seems to be someone on everyone’s Christmas list – picking out a gift for the person who appears to have everything, is not an easy task.

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Award-winning science journalist officially opens Sarah Swift Building

Science journalist Dr Michael Mosley has officially opened the Sarah Swift Building at the University of Lincoln today.

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