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Top 5 places to visit in or near Plymouth

Royal William Yard Royal William Yard is a complex full of restaurants, cafes, a wine bar and various clothing shops. The complex is an ex-Naval yard that also holds many unique and interesting events. Plymouth’s annual Illuminate light festival is held here and is a...

Top Five Reasons To Visit Brighton

Brighton and Hove Albion Football Club  Home to the city’s very own, Brighton and Hove Albion Football Club. The Albion continue to fight from strength to strength alongside Head Coach Graham Potter to remain in the Premier League. Not only do the Seagulls always...

Trump: Reasonable or Idiotic?

Trump’s description of the death of Abu Bakr al Baghdadi is thought to enrage the IS leaders following and do more harm than good. On Sunday, the IS leader Abu Bakr al Baghdadi detonated his own suicide vest killing himself and 3 of his children during a US raid...

Life without the beer goggles

I have seen a lot of articles recently about being sober, especially young people and university students, which sparked my interest into what it truly means to “go sober”. I don’t drink much, or often. I have friends who have never drunk alcohol in...

Manchester United vs Liverpool: Preview

Manchester United will be looking to turn their torrid season around on Sunday, as they host Liverpool in the latest chapter of the two teams historic rivalry. United currently sit 12th in the table, 2 points from relegation. Meanwhile Liverpool sit 8 points clear of...

Audio for radio package JAM C04

Cue for package – As all you football fans must have known, it was the final game of the Premier League season today with Manchester City needing to win against Brighton in order to be crowned champions, and they did it. Here is our Sports Reporter Sam Clark...

Doughnut Live!

Hello, and welcome to Doughnut Live on this pivotal day of news both nationally and a bit closer to home. We will be bringing you all the events as they happen – from the latest round of BUCs games involving our sports teams as they prepare for Varsity 2019,...

The Age of the Internet

“Momo” is a terrifying internet character hoax that caught social media’s eye recently by hijacking YouTube Kids’ videos. It showed children explicit and graphic depictions of harming people and encouraged children to copy. It is thought that hackers have been using...

Changing your diet could save the world

Scientists have been trying to figure out how we are going to feed billions more people in the years to come. They have now come up with a diet that could save the environment and also people. They recommend to get most of our protein from nuts and legumes instead of...

Cafe Fandom: one year after the fire

Last February, local restaurant, Cafe Fandom, suffered a fire and severe smoke damage that destroyed thier property. Nearly one year on, the smoke is clearing, the rebuilding efforts are nearly complete, and the community are hopefully set to see a return of the geeky...

What hope for British High Streets?

2018 has been the worst record on date for British high streets, but Plymouth city centre in particular has seen a loss of many shops over the past few years that people are starting to take notice by.  We’ve had to say goodbye to businesses that once sat safely...

VEGANS LACKING IN NUTRIENTS?

Veganism has been around for decades; since the mid 1940’s to be precise, I bet you didn’t know that? But it isn’t until now that it is more popular than ever before. This new way to eat has been a huge mainstream lifestyle change. With over 600,000 people being vegan...

Racism in Football: Has the issue improved?

By Rob Kershaw Since 1993, the football campaign “Kick it Out” has been working to try and limit, and ultimately extinguish the amount of racist incidents that happen in and around football pitches and stadiums; a movement which has been lauded and criticised in equal...

Students’ tips for saving money

By Amy, Adam, Alfie and Lauren Student life can be stressful, especially when it comes to finance and budgeting. Now we all love a bit of luxury, but being a student we have to prioritise the important things in order to afford the essentials. Here are some tips to...

How safe would you feel travelling alone?

By Beth Cox, Colin Martin, Lewis Mitchell, Georgia Bartholomew Gap years are a common phenomenon among university students, with 230,000 young people every year choosing to venture abroad. Unfortunately, for Grace, this would not go to plan. Between the 1st and 2nd of...

Liberté, Égalité, Essence!

It is plausible to say that the French are mentally hardwired to be the true proponents of liberty, as seen through the continuation of the recent Yellow Vest protests which have swept the urban sprawl of Paris and other metropolitan hubs of France. Yet, are these...

Plymouth Raiders v Cheshire Phoenix Preview

Plymouth Raiders take on Cheshire Phoenix on Sunday afternoon, looking to recover from three successive defeats. The Raiders went down 86-77 in Leicester last weekend and have suffered home losses against Glasgow Rocks and Sheffield Sharks in recent weeks. Cheshire...

Data disaster for O2 mobile network

Notice your mobile data failing you when you’re out of WIFI reach… You’re not the only one. Millions of O2 mobile network users have been losing their data services after O2 suffered technical issues. And of course, people were upset. And how do we...

Marjon B’s 4-2 Plymouth Dukes A’s – Match Report

Marjon Men’s football B’s continued their impressive start to the season on Wednesday with a resounding 4-2 victory against Plymouth Dukes A’s in the preliminary round of the George Lang cup. With heavy rain and wind featuring throughout the game – the teams had...

Gambling sites agree to stop advertising during sport television

The biggest gambling companies in Britain have willingly agreed to a sport television advertising ban.                                                                                                                                  The Remote Gambling Association,...

Plymouth bus driver suffers stroke at the wheel

Former Citybus employee, Dave Deeley, has told his story about when he experienced a stroke whilst completing his usual bus route and yet, still continued to drive passengers.  The 56-year-old said it was a miracle that he didn’t crash and injure anyone. Dave...

Botox party treatment gone wrong

A woman who attended a Botox party recently received bad treatment from a friend who applied Botox to her lips and was left with a painful swelling. Rachael Knappier, from Leicestershire attended a botox get-to-together in which she originally agreed to only receive...

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