Author Archives: Candi Hindocha

Love is a battlefield

Long distance relationships are hard, but how does it feel when your partner goes away for six months at a time — to war?

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Welcome to Movember

Heard of Movember but not sure what it’s all about? Candi Hindocha speaks to the people bringing the moustache back for as good cause.

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New ‘vampire therapy’ hits UK

Vampires have graced books, films and now skin treatments, as the new blood cleansing treatment arrives in the UK — just in time for Halloween.

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A holiday fit for an Egyptian queen

From camel rides to quad biking through the desert, The Linc’s Candi Hindocha shunned the clubs of Lincoln to celebrate her 21st in Egypt.

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iPhone 4-ever?

With the launch of the new iPhone just around the corner, will the new smartphone do its three years of design justice?

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The real fear of cancer

After watching breast cancer tear their family apart, three sisters share their story of living in fear of being diagnosed with the disease.

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Back the ‘Body Confidence Campaign’

It’s not always easy to love the skin you’re in, but Candi Hindocha looks at why it’s time to start loving your body.

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Miss Lincolnshire contestants prepare for final

The Linc meets this year’s Miss Lincolnshire hopefuls and speaks to the current Miss Lincolnshire and Miss England.

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Volunteering in Uganda is ‘a life-changing experience’

Follow the footsteps of nineteen-year-old Erin Jolly, who volunteered in Uganda over Easter, a country riddled with poverty and an unstable economy.

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Domestic bliss or recipe for disaster?

Choosing who you live with is one of the most important choices at university. Candi Hindocha looks at why people choose to live at home, with friends or their partner.

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