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Make the moment last forever

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There’s a reason why summertime is often accompanied by heavy waves of nostalgia. Throughout our lives, summer is probably the season when the most memories are made; as the sun...

Your ultimate Newcastle summer bucket list

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Exams have finished, essays are completed, whatever stage you’re at in the university, you’re about to finish for a well-deserved break. Whether you’re staying in Newcastle...

“This one time at summer camp…”

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This summer commemorates a year since I moved out of my second-year house, frantically packed a case of clothes which I had no idea would be useless and hopped on a plane full of...

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...

Review: The Alchemist Newcastle

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Editor of the Courier Louise Hall had the chance to try some of the popular cocktail spots cuisine and whether you should try it for yourself...

A Bittersweet Love Letter to Newcastle:

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About to plunge into my last week at Newcastle University, it’s safe to say the nostalgia has hit me all at once and I’m once again overcome with the all-consuming dread –...

Lola Jeans Review

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Known as ‘Lola’s little sister’ to the original Lola Jeans in Tynemouth, this restaurant transports you to a transient space of the prohibition past and colourful modern...