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Newcastle Tag Archive

‘Home Alone’: how can loneliness among the elderly be artistic?

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Grainger Market is home to hundreds of shops and local traders. The indoor market offers something for everyone from butchers, bakeries, vintage boutiques, florists and much more....

Newcastle societies take the Fringe

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Newcastle University’s very own A Capella Society and Theatre Society (NUTS) both made exciting appearances at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival last week. The festival is renowned...

Co-op to open in Students’ Union

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Incoming freshers will be presented with a very different Students’ Union building this year...

Mind the Gap discusses mental health stigma

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Students of Newcastle University gathered at the Students’ Union on Saturday 4th May to hold a conference on mental health, the stigma around it and how to address it. The...

Life after transplant: the World Transplant Games come to Newcastle-Gateshead

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In just over a week, Newcastle will be host to over 3000 athletes from 60 different countries, all here to compete in the World Transplant Games. The World Transplant Games will...

Baller Boris gives Newcastle NHS £41m boost

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Newly-appointed Prime Minister Boris Johnson has pledged to invest an extra £1.8 billion in the NHS, of which Newcastle hospitals will see £41.7 million. The lion’s share of...

Newcastle to host the 2020 Recovery Walk

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Newcastle is set to host the 2020 UK Recovery Walk, showing a push from the city to lose its previous brand of being a ‘party city’. The Recovery Walk is an annual event that...

Hard Rock Café could come to Quayside

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Restaurant chain Hard Rock Café has submitted a planning permission request to Newcastle City Council.  If permission is granted, the chain hopes to open a restaurant in the...

North of Tyne to introduce UN-accredited climate change teachers: opinion

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If Driscoll has serious concerns about the impact of climate change on the North East, he ought to do more than tell primary school children off for asking Mum for a lift to...

It’s a (Whey) Aye to Europe’s largest observatory wheel

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Newcastle City Council has granted permanent planning permission to the ‘Whey Aye’- a giant Ferris Wheel set to be built in the Quayside area of the city. Standing at 460 feet...