Tag Archives: September 2010 Newspaper

Alastair Campbell exclusive

Alastair Campbell with Chris Slavin and Eileen Ziemer, board members of Lincolnshire Partnership NHS Foundation Trust, at the trust’s annual public meeting in Lincoln. Photo: LPNHSFT

Alastair Campbell, one of the biggest names in politics from the last decade, speaks to The Linc about Iraq, expenses, New Labour, and the problems in British politics.

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New at Lincoln – the interactive map

Navigate the latest developments and improvements at the University of Lincoln with The Linc‘s interactive campus map.

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Accommo-gedden: the light shines on Lighthouse Property Services

Some students are alleging Lighthouse Property Services offered a poor service. Photo: Shane Croucher

Lighthouse Property Services is one of the leading student accommodation providers in Lincoln, but an investigation by The Linc reveals allegations of appalling practice by the company.

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University of Lean-coln: how will cost cutting affect the university?

Scott Davidson, pictured, says the university has no current plans to cut jobs | Photo: University of Lincoln Press Office

The University of Lincoln is bracing itself for Lord Browne’s Higher Education spending review, the results of which will be published on October 20th.

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University shapes up over the summer by improving services

The Linc takes a look at what services and facilities the university has improved over the summer. Interactive map of developments inside this article.

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Free yourself from freedom of information law

It’s been ten years since the Freedom of Information Bill passed through parliament. Photo Shane Croucher

As we approach November and the tenth anniversairy of the Freedom of Information Bill passing in parliament, Richard Orange, a media law lecturer at the University of Lincoln, explores the alternatives to the Act.

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Life in Kenya: ‘every day is a struggle’


Jack Dobson, The Linc‘s news editor, spent a month in Kenya living with the famous Maasai tribe. Here’s his account of life in the third-world.

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Would you take money from this company?

Pfizer, the world’s largest pharmaceuticals company, has donated £50k to the University of Lincoln. Given Pfizer’s track record, should the university accept this money?

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The life and times of Mr Brewster are on display

Sam Brewster, a Lincoln illustration graduate, is exhibiting his work on a mini-tour with the last stop at Lincoln’s Coffee Aroma.

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Independent column, independent mind


Yasmin Alibhai-Brown, an outspoken columnist and panel show regular, received an honorary doctorate of letters from the University of Lincoln at September’s graduation.

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