Read by Kenzie Benali (@kenziebenali)
By Tamsin Fewkes (@TamsinFewkes), Alannah Crouch (@alannah_crouch) and Rosie Melville (@Rolosmelville) A PETITION has been set up in the SU for students who don’t want to pay for graduation gown charges. The petition has been set up by SU President Naomi Oiku, requesting that students stop
CHRISTMAS ads are all over TV, shops have stocked up on Christmas jumpers and the Christmas market has arrived in Southampton. But when is it acceptable to start celebrating Christmas? Dale Hurst (@DMHurst93) and Megan Manneh (@meganmanneh) discuss in todays podcast.
Badminton has overtaken tennis to become Britain’s favourite racket sport. Around four million people play the game and that number’s growing. In Southampton both the universities have popular badminton teams and yesterday they played a match at the Saint Mary’s sport centre. Alba Asenjo reports.
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By Emily Mesher @elmesher MONDAY the 24th of November marked the of National Counter Terrorism Awareness Week 2014. The focus will be specific to five key areas: Crowded places, transport hubs, preventing violent extremism, terrorist financing and the tools terrorists need and use to operate.
By Tamsin Fewkes (@TamsinFewkes) Shane Dickson lost his wife Rosemary to Motor Neurone Disease last year. He gave Solent News an exclusive interview on his loss.
By Rhiannon Lucas (@RhiLucas), Leah Marten (@leahmarten), Callum Fyfe (@cfyfe411) and Chris Milligan (@C_J_MILLIGAN) STUDENTS in Southampton have spoken out against the prices they are being made to pay for accommodation in the ‘University of Southampton’s most recent Mayflower halls. The £70million establishment is still unfinished
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