Third year Multimedia Journalism students

Farewell to the Multimedia third years

By Rhiannon Lucas (@RhiLucas) and Hannah Brewer (@Hannahbrewer23) It is now coming to the end of the year and Multimedia journalism is saying goodbye to another set of students. Because of this, the third years decided to create a short video to say goodbye:

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Spitfire monument ready to take off

By Alexandra Bielikova (@AlexBielikova), Samantha Buxey (@sahmanfaah) THE CONSTRUCTION of the Spitfire monument has been given the green light by planners. The 138-foot statue, designed by artist Nick Hancock, will be erected in Mayflower Park. But first the National Spitfire Project charity face a major challenge to raise almost £4


Who are YOU voting for?

David George (@DavidGeorge96), Chris Milligan, Becca Savory (@beccasavoryx) and Michael Grunwell (@MichaelGrunwell) IT IS heating up in the build up to next month’s general election following the series of televised debates featuring party leaders. The manifestos have now all been announced and with the deadline for voter


Rise in animal abuse claims

  by Madeleine Holmes (@Mads311),  Jonathan Appleby (@jonjoappleby),  and Jacob Dawson (@JacobDawson) RECENT figures from the RSPCA shows a rise in reports of animal abuse in Hampshire, with an estimated increase of 6,000 cases in 2014. More than 20,000 animals were suspected victims of deliberate

Tesco Express

Why are the most popular supermarkets failing?

by Charlotte Mednick (@Lottie_Mednick), Stephanie Wan (@Sinyingwan1) and Ellie Foxwell (@elliefoxwell) THE UK’s favourite supermarket, Tesco, has dropped to its worst annual loss at a total of £6.4bn. Trading has been deteriorating as a result of last year’s profit warnings and tough trading overseas. Tesco’s

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Southampton run organisers ‘won’t repeat mistakes of Bournemouth’

by Fred Blagden (@fredblagden), Hannah Rose (@hannah_j_rose) and Kathleen Greenway (@katgreenway1) FOLLOWING problems with the marshalling and water at the Bournemouth Bay Run, this has raised the question of whether something similar could happen at this Sunday’s Southampton Half Marathon. It is thought up to 300