Tips for landing that graduate job

Tips for landing that graduate job

STUDENTS graduating in 2015 are at an advantage as they enter into the most attractive job market in ten years. According to The High Fliers study of the graduate market in 2015, they predict that recruitment will be at its...
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Campaigners march through Southampton to protest library closures

Campaigners march through Southampton to protest library closures

A protest against library closures was held in front of the Civic Centre last Wednesday. Over 150 people wearing black and holding up books, marched in silence from the Bargate monument to the steps of the Civic Centre where they...
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Southampton club aims to ensure clubber’s safety

Southampton club aims to ensure clubber’s safety

After rape investigations in Hampshire doubled in the past year, ‘Café Parfait’ aims to play their part in protecting ‘vulnerable people’. The club’s door staff have begun to patrol local parks during the night, whilst wearing high visibility jacket...
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Women with vaginal piercings to be classed as having suffered female genital mutilation

Women with vaginal piercings to be classed as having suffered female genital mutilation

Women with vaginal piercings will soon be classed as victims of female genital mutilation (FGM), according to new legislation by the Department of Health. New NHS rules will be introduced next month, which state that a woman whose labia or...
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Queen makes a Royal Splash

Queen makes a Royal Splash

The Queen visited Southampton, as part of celebrations to name P&O cruises new ship, Britannia last week. The 143,000 tonne ship sailed into Southampton’s ocean terminal on Friday, March 6 and left on her maiden voyage last Saturday for the...
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Government plans sex consent lessons for 11-year-olds

Government plans sex consent lessons for 11-year-olds

Children from the age of 11 are to be taught about sexual consent under new government plans to encourage young people to “make informed choices and stay safe”. The document, which will be produced by the Personal, Social, Health and...
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South West Trains claim misrepresentation following ‘fat people should sit down’ announcement

South West Trains claim misrepresentation following ‘fat people should sit down’ announcement

South West Trains argue that the media has misrepresented them following claims that a station announcer maliciously told commuters that ‘fat people shouldn’t sit down.’ A guard allegedly told a train full of commuters: “We are going to be like sardin...
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Polygon students hit by string of burglaries

Polygon students hit by string of burglaries

A BURGLAR who is targeting students and their electrical goods remains at large. Student Naomi Chaplin is the latest victim in a series of burglaries within the Polygon area, which has seen a dramatic surge in burglary-related incidents this year....
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Seven people hit by car outside nightclub

Seven people hit by car outside nightclub

POLICE announced that a total of seven people were injured after being hit by a car outside 90 degrees nightclub this weekend. The nightclub is located in Carlton Crescent, a popular student area. Four of those injured were rushed to...
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Solent students help film counter Immigration Street series

Solent students help film counter Immigration Street series

Immigration Street counter series sees MP candidate questions on Derby Road Filmmaker and journalist Claudia Murg, of Sharp End Films is filming a counter series to Channel 4’s divisive series, Immigration Street, with the help of Solent University film stud...
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