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University of Lincoln library collected almost £90,000 in fines since last year

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More than £88,000 has been collected by the University of Lincoln’s library in fines since January last year, according to information obtained by The Linc.

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Library fines reach £200,000 in two years

Library fines. Photo: Tom Larken

Almost £200,000 has been raised by the University of Lincoln from library fines over the last two years. John Fernandez reports.

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Lincoln students raise nearly £100k… for the library

Ian Snowley, the head of library and learning resources at the University of Lincoln. Photo: Samuel Cox

Lincoln students have handed over thousands of pounds to the library in the past few years, with figures suggesting this year to be the library’s biggest haul yet.

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University reacts to latest HE cuts announcement

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The Higher Education Funding Council for England announced the specific areas of its budget that will be affected by the HE cuts. The University of Lincoln shouldn’t be in much trouble, though fines aren’t ruled out, The Linc has learnt.

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Universities face fines over extra students admitted

Universities across the country may face fines because they broke a government imposed cap on new students. Lincoln says it complied with the guidelines, and is “well within” the limit.

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Parking police punish poor student drivers

Lincolnshire Police issued nearly 1,100 parking tickets in one year on by the Pavilions in Lincoln, the equivalent of almost three parking tickets every day for the entire calendar year.

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