Editor’s Picks

Zoinks! Scooby-Doo Reboot: What Do We Know?

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Kaitlyn Maracle tells us all there is to know about the upcoming Scooby-Doo reboot....

NU Academics discover plastic waste in the sea

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Academics at Newcastle University say it is likely that all marine ecosystems have been affected by pollution. Several brand-new species are being discovered that have never been...

Vitriol and violence tarnish the Second City Derby

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Adam Williams discusses the cowardly assault on Jack Grealish and the issue of violence within football. ...

QuinTEAssentially British: why do we have such a love affair with tea?

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Grace Dean gives us the tea on the benefits of brews on Britain...

Packed schedule for Free Thinking Festival

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From 29 to 31 March, the Sage, Gateshead, is set to host the 2019 edition of the annual BBC Radio Three: Free Thinking Festival. Established and organised by Radio Three, the...

Can fish oil help to prevent dementia?

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On Tuesday 12th March, as part of the series called Insight Public Lectures, a talk titled ‘Fish oils and brain health: what dose does what in whom?’ was held at Newcastle...

North-West German delights

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News Editor Grace Dean shares her insight on her experiences in Germany...

Students with low A-levels could be denied student loan

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A review of university education, chaired by ex-investment banker Philip Augar, is set to suggest that university applicants who receive low A-level results should be denied...

Quiting University could cost £20,000

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In a worst case situation, a student dropping out of University during their first year could have to pay the full £9,250 tuition fee with a maximum £8,944 maintenance loan...

Animation Station: Ponyo (2008)

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For this weeks Animation Station, Film Editor Joe Holloran gives high praise to Ponyo...