Teesside Steelworks in Redcar. Photo: Stuart Kerr

The Northern Powerhouse: A success in progress or just window dressing?

By Alex Miller Newly released figures show that 44% of northerners have never heard of the key Conservative Party policy of establishing a northern economic powerhouse. Introduced ... Continue Reading →
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Local student population soars to 40,000

Canterbury’s student population has risen to almost 40,000, practically doubling in just a decade. James Gregory reports. Figures suggest that the University of Kent boasts 20,000 ... Continue Reading →
Memorial to November 2015 Paris attacks outside the French embassy in Moscow. Photo by: Stolbovsky

The social media etiquette guide on how to mourn during the war on terror

By Georgia Goldsmith On 13 Friday just after 21:20, Paris was subjected to terror. It was the most devastating attack in Europe since the 2004 Madrid train bombing and the worst violation ... Continue Reading →

Film Review: The Hunger Games: Mockingjay, Part 2

I think to begin with an obligatory SPOILER ALERT is mandatory…but you already knew that. As a fan of both the books and the films I, Zaib Nasir, am going to try and keep my review ... Continue Reading →
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Broken Paintbrushes: The Fall of José Mourinho

  Claiming only eleven points from the opening twelve games, Chelsea’s dismal start has become the worst start to a season under any team managed by José Mourinho, with ... Continue Reading →
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Two previously unseen Charlotte Brontë works discovered

Holly Chapman reports on the exciting discovery of two previously unseen Charlotte Brontë works, hidden inside a precious Brontë heirloom. Charlotte Brontë is one of the most famous ... Continue Reading →