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Travel bucket list ideas: where to go post-lockdown

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Madeleine Raine shares her ideas on which destinations should be on your bucket list when travel resumes and lockdown is lifted. ...

Travel books that inspire wanderlust

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Looking for a book to inspire your wanderlust and desire to travel? Need some escapism from our current reality? Travel books are a great place to start, and here are a few...

A trip to the Scottish capital; whisking away to Edinburgh

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Madeleine Raine shares why you should visit the beautiful Scottish capital, Edinburgh...

Being a record-breaking comedian “didn’t feel like anything”: Q&A with Daniel Sloss

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Daniel Sloss is a stand-up comedian who got his start writing for Mock the Week at just sixteen years old. Known for his dark, unapologetic sense of humour, and now with two...

Fringe review: the Newcastle Revue with Tyne & Tyne Again

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Tyne & Tyne Again showcases a delightful smorgasbord of what Newcastle Comedy Society has to offer. For my first ever show at the Fringe, I was unsure what to expect, and it...

Fringe review: Sad Tonathon the Rapperthon

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A nineteen-year-old Economics student. Primary school teachers for parents. A hauntingly Harry Potter-esque accent. Not the stereotypical attributes of a stand-up comedian...

Taxing times for tourists

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Seshadhri Subramanian asks whether a tax on tourists should be implemented in Edinburgh...

NUFOC find their way around Edinburgh in the snow

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Edinburgh's Big Weekend of orienteering saw a strong performance from Newcastle's runners amid a blizzard...

Scots cause heartbreak for spirited Toon

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Despite a first rate performance against Edinburgh, Newcastle couldn't edge the favourites. ...

Late heartbreak for NUMHC

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Wednesday evening saw Newcastle play their second game of the season, hoping to improve on last week’s disheartening 5-1 defeat against Leeds Beckett. But, this was sure to be a...