Newcastle Tag Archive

Newcastle poverty shows North-South health divide

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Speaking at the Gateshead Council’s Families Overview and Scrutiny Committee, Professor of Urban Design for Health Tim Townshend argued that there are location-related...

Understanding Islamophobia and what it takes to hate

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On 12th February, the Insights Lecture series continued with a talk from Professor Peter Hopkins, entitled “Understanding Islamophobia”. With the rise of the far-right and...

(NCL) Spark your dream career

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NCL Spark has been launched to provide current students with the opportunity to contact alumni from around the world to seek careers advice and mentoring. A collaboration between...

Valentino to Valentine

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Phoebe Eyles spreads the love with all the best tips and tops for your date this Valentines... ...

Finding Fido animal memorials database

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Newcastle University researchers hope to create an online archive of headstones, plaques and other memorials dedicated to beloved animals, especially dogs, as part of a study...

Newcastle University leads global humanitarian research hubs

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Newcastle University is demonstrating its commitment to providing a safer and more prosperous future as two experts set plans to lead two of the twelve UK Research and Innovation...

Goldilocks & the Three Bears at the Theatre Royal: Review

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Thursday 29th November marked my first ever time visiting the Theatre Royal, my first ever time watching a performance of Goldilocks and the Three Bears, and my first panto...

Review: Cinderella @ People’s Theatre

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News editor Jodie Duddy reviews the ups and downs of the People's Theatre panto...

14 Days of Go Volunteer Christmas

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To celebrate the start of the festive season, NUSU Go Volunteer has launched 14 Days of Go Volunteer Christmas, where students can expect to see many events organised for charity....

Why the Christmas Market has been sleighing

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Christmas has officially come to town. Now that Grainger street is decked out from head to toe with fairy lights, and the queue for the Fenwick’s window continues to grow down...