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Page: 5 Download (Duration: 12:44 — 11.7MB)Subscribe: Android | RSSRobots are increasingly becoming a backbone of the modern world. We’ve seen them in films like Terminator, RoboCop and I, Robot. It could even be said that a very small one lives inside our mobile phones. One day they may even drive our cars and help us […] Download (Duration: 12:57 — 11.9MB)Subscribe: Android | RSSFollowing cuts to funding that may continue in the future, senior members of Lincolnshire Police have written letters to the Home Secretary, the Right Honourable Theresa May MP. Lincolnshire Police Chief Constable Neil Rhodes wrote the original letter, and to back it up the Lincolnshire Police and […] Download (Duration: 5:28 — 5.0MB)Subscribe: Android | RSSThe Lincoln University Technical College has had a very succesful first term since it opened in September. Students at the new college, who wear suits rather than uniforms, have had visits from people in the industry varying from RAF pilots to BMW staff, as part of their everyday […] Download (Duration: 4:10 — 3.8MB)Subscribe: Android | RSSFollowing a string of burglaries in the Castle and Minster wards of Lincoln over last month, Lincolnshire Police are urging residents to keep their homes safe, especially when they’re not in, through simple actions like locking all doors and windows. Throughout November, the number of thefts from […] Download (Duration: 2:39 — 2.4MB)Subscribe: Android | RSSA recent damning report by the McKinsey Global Institute claims that 2 billion people, or almost 30% of the global population, are now in the obese category. Obesity now accounts for nearly 3% of annual economic activity and has cost the UK £47 billion. It suggests that it’s now […] Download (Duration: 5:39 — 5.2MB)Subscribe: Android | RSSNot enough jobseekers in the East Midlands are attending work placements and training. This comes after new figures that show over forty percent of referalls haven’t been completed in the region for nearly four years. If claimants do not complete training or a work placement they could […] Download (Duration: 4:18 — 3.9MB)Subscribe: Android | RSSFigures recently released by the Office of National Statistics have revealed that the level of unemployment is falling in the county. Around 5% of over 16 year olds in the region were unemployed during the July to September period of 2014. Siren News reporter Kate Parker spoke to […] Download (Duration: 4:26 — 4.1MB)Subscribe: Android | RSSThis play taking place at Lincoln Drill Hall and looks at the Beechey family, of which only three out of eight men survived the Great War. Using 300 letters they sent home, the show remembers the courage and sacrifice of a Lincoln family that lost five sons in the […] Download (Duration: 2:34 — 2.3MB)Subscribe: Android | RSSOne hundred years after World War One started, people in Lincoln gathered around the memorial on Lincoln High Street on 11 November 2014 to commemorate the end of it. Two minutes of silence were observed at 11 o’clock by cadets, service personnel, veterans and members of the […] Download (Duration: 5:08 — 4.7MB)Subscribe: Android | RSSIn the midsts of helping local businnesses prepare for the upcoming festive season, Lincoln BIG received some good news. 84% of their levy payers voted in favour of the group continuing to support them and operate in the city for another five years. Following the positive result, Lincoln […]