Editor’s Picks

Corbyn speaks at Durham Miners’ Gala

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Jeremy Corbyn was among the speakers who attended the 135th annual Durham Miners’ Gala on Saturday 13 July 2019, which saw over 100,000 people flock to the city. Also known as...

Put that robe on, grab a camera & beer, and become a Newcastle graduate

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So you’ve finally got the degree. Your mam is over the moon. You can finally put on your ridiculously extra graduation robes and stand proudly in front of the arches for a photo...

Big up the Toon, you’ve been real

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Aite boom. It’s graduation day; a day of celebration and reflection. A chance for you to revel in the success of you and your mates, get excited for whatever the next stage...

Your degree may be over, but the memories will never fade

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It’s finally over. After all those hours spent huddled over a desk in the Robbo, all those 9am lectures that you just about made it to on time, all those seminars you blagged...

Blackfriars: graduation review

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Dining at Blackfriars in Newcastle is an experience as unique and authentic as its site’s history. Its site, built in 1239 and originally home to Dominican Friars who were...

Review: Jesmond Dene House

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Louise Hall reviews an overnight stay and dinner at Jesmond Dene House in the run up to graduation celebrations...

Hotel Du Vin: Review

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Deputy Editor Isabel Sykes reviews Hotel Du Vin's a la carte menu and deems the up-market bistro a great place for special occasions...

Dobson & Parnell: graduation review

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The first thing that struck me about Dobson & Parnell was its prime location on Queen Street, within minutes’ walk of the Quayside yet perfectly sheltered from the hustle...

Quick Plays: Fun games with a short fuse!

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Not enough time to finish the Witcher 3? Our writers give you a couple of games that can be finished in a weekend!...