Reality television must be one of our ultimate guilty pleasures. We love the drama, the love triangles and the clearly staged fight scenes with someone inevitably getting a glass of ... Continue Reading →
Some intriguing encounters are in the offing for Kent’s various sports clubs next season as shown by the BUCS 2014/15 fixture list, which was unveiled earlier this week.
These ... Continue Reading →
If you’re still in Canterbury and looking to enjoy the warm weather, then a visit to the Whitstable Oyster Festival is something you should be planning. The seven day ... Continue Reading →
Something’s coming, something good… As West Side Story comes to the Marlowe, Emily Adams and Hetty Sieling watch the Sharks and Jets battle it out here in the South East.
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Ginny Sanderson gives her view on the public sector strikes on 10th July.
If I was a school pupil, I’m sure I wouldn’t mind taking a day off from Gove’s British Values (which ... Continue Reading →
Summers are for long days, festivals and whirlwind romances. Well, at least it was in the 90s. Alas, now it’s a time of trying to find work experience, part-time jobs and seeing ... Continue Reading →
Kent Union CEO Jim Gardener announced in an email today to union staff that it has been agreed to keep Medway Essentials open for 2014/15, due to a subsidy focussing on creating ... Continue Reading →
Early last month, the qualifications watchdog in the UK, Ofqual, announced plans to scrap dozens of GCSE and A Level subjects as part of a reform to our education and exams ... Continue Reading →
With the Green Party polling at 18% popularity among students, Ersi Kalentzi gives her view on the “most viable alternative on the current political stage”.
In 2013, ... Continue Reading →
Good news to all you job seekers!
The jobs market for graduates has recovered to the peak levels seen before the recession, latest figures show. Moreover, there’s a pay rise ... Continue Reading →