Monthly Archives: January 2018
Lincoln MP Karen Lee has today called for a meeting with government ministers following the Lincolnshire West Clinical Commissioning Group’s (CCG) decision to close the Lincoln Walk-In Centre next month.
Staff and students are being encouraged to celebrate LGBT History Month from tomorrow as the Brayford campus readies to fly rainbow flags.
Goals from each of Lincoln City’s three strikers gave the Imps their first league win of 2018, 3-1 over Newport County at Sincil Bank.
In the latest edition of What Just Happened?, The Linc’s Deputy News Editor Oliver Pridmore looks at the ‘special relationship’ between the US and the UK…
A new freedom of speech society at the University of Lincoln will hold its first public event tomorrow.
The University of Lincoln has announced that two new lifts in the Media, Humanities and Technology (MHT) Building will be available during the week of February 5.
A local hospice has been ‘completely overwhelmed’ after being named as one of two charities being supported by Lincoln City F.C. this year.
It’s been amazing past 12 months for the Amazons as they’ve witnessed themselves build a real reputation within the indie rock community. Tonight, The Engine Shed is the next on their hit list. Joe Emmett, the band’s drummer, seems more than ready for their appearance tonight.
Kudzai Muzangaza, President of the University of Lincoln’s Students’ Union, has expressed his ‘extreme disappointment’ after it was announced that Lincoln’s Walk-In Centre will close at the end of next month.
Karen Lee MP says she doesn’t support the closure of Lincoln’s Walk-In Centre because it means “downgrading of the health provision my constituents will be able to access.”