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St Peter’s Brewery is older than many of its ‘craft beer’ competitors but may have developed a product for the future With abstinence from alcohol on the rise amongst young people in...

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Bristol’s Old Vic has been awarded £2.4 million by the Heritage Lottery Fund and is set to become a ‘major heritage destination.’ In an official press release sent out on Thursday 13th October,...

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National food poverty charity, Food Cycle are holding a 3 course meal to 100 paying customers to celebrate and inspire others to join the food movement. Prepare your knives and forks and come with an...

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Workers aged 21 to 24 earning the minimum wage will see their hourly wage rise by 25p an hour to £6.95. Students aged between 18 and 24 have been awarded a 25p per hour pay rise as a following the recommendation...

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At the 22nd Encounters Short Film Festival, UWE Bristol Filmmaking graduate, Lutia Swan Hutton, was awarded the prestigious ‘NAHEMI Award for Creativity’ at the Watershed in Bristol. The Encounters...

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Yesterday was World Mental Health Day (WMHD). Siân Hampson, VP Community and Welfare, comments on yesterday’s events and how it is important that we keep raising awareness of students with mental health...

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Securing a graduate job, work placements and internships are difficult. Make the first step by attending the Employers Fair. UWE Bristol is holding the largest career fair in the South West. It is being...

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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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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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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...