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From the 30 th of November to the 12 th of December 2015, representatives from almost 200 countries gathered in Paris to discuss how greenhouse gas emissions can be limited to avoid ‘dangerous’ climate...

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Marches are taking place across the country in protest of the Government’s plans to cut student bursaries, which was announced in November. The Chancellor George Osborne is considering cutting the...

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A fleet of ‘electric buses’ are expected to enter service in Bristol at the end the month.   The project is a collaboration between First West of England, UWE, the Department for Transport and...

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No matter the country in the world you come from, you’re bound to have been prescribed a ‘course’ of antibiotics by your GP at some point. No doubt, they are the best choice when it comes to treating...

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Famed back in 2008 for becoming the first cycling city of the UK, Bristol supposedly takes its name with pride. But is somewhere else more deserving of the title of a cycling city? Yes. Welcome to Utrecht;...

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Student village to grow in £23 million project, as UWE increases its yearly profit from accommodation and catering by £1.5 million. UWE has made £18.8 million profit from residences and catering...

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Feel Good February is here, and as is customary, it all began with the Refreshers Fair. Ooops, I mean Feel Good Festival. The name “Refreshers” is so synonymous with failure that it was banned from...

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Amongst people from all over UK, around 50 people from Bristol attended the protest. This act of solidarity signified the nation­-wide opposition to fracking. The amount of support shown at this demonstration...

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Studies have shown that consuming processed meats could make you more susceptible to cancer – but how many rashers of bacon would you have to cut from your diet?   You may want to think twice the...

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Why you should be sceptical of science news. The coverage of scientific studies by media outlets such as newspapers,television and radios are often given significant credit for what could many times be...