Multimedia Journalism’s final news day for this year

Multimedia Journalism’s final news day for this year

It’s Multimedia Journalism’s last news day for this academic year, so the soon-to-depart third years have put together this video about their experiences on news day. by Tiffany Sankey (@tiffanysankey_) and Savannah Smith (@Smith1311A)
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International Day of Forests

International Day of Forests

The International day of Forests was started by The United Nations General Assembly on the 21st of March in 2012 to raise awareness about the importance issues forests face and information about their variety. On this day, all countries are...
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4PM TV Bulletin

4PM TV Bulletin

Read by Joshua Stokes (@JoshuaStokesUK)
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An end to austerity in the NHS?

An end to austerity in the NHS?

THE government have announced NHS workers could have an increase in pay. The increase is raising questions as to whether austerity in the sector is coming to an end. The pay increase for NHS staff members will cost the government...
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Saints progress in FA Cup as Wembley tickets go on sale

Saints progress in FA Cup as Wembley tickets go on sale

SOUTHAMPTON kept their hopes for silverware alive as they progressed into the semi-finals of the FA Cup. This will be only the sixth ever visit to Wembley for the Saints, who most recently lost against Manchester United in the EFL...
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Thousands celebrate Saint Patrick’s Day

Thousands celebrate Saint Patrick’s Day

THOUSANDS of people celebrated Saint Patricks Day last weekend.  Saint Patrick’s Day is a cultural and religious celebration held on 17 March, the traditional death date of Saint Patrick, the foremost patron saint of Ireland. The day commemorates Sa...
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Misery for travellers due to cable theft

Misery for travellers due to cable theft

SOUTH Western Railway commuters experience misery yet again due to delays after a cable theft in the Havant area. Thieves targeted signalling cables, overhead power cables and even metal fences in a suspected attempt to sell for scrap. The British transport ...
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Online security issues making users more aware

Online security issues making users more aware

DATA security has once again been thrown into the spotlight, thanks to the continuing row between Facebook and Cambridge Analytica. The social network giant is being investigated by the United States Federal Trade Commission, after being accused of misusing da...
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Southampton civic chiefs launch electric car charging points

Southampton civic chiefs launch electric car charging points

THIRTY new electric vehicle charging points have gone live in five of Southampton City Council’s multi-storey car parks. These will be free for an introductory period and capable of fully charging a small electric car, such as a Nissan Leaf,...
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Spring is officially here!

Spring is officially here!

SPRING has officially started. The days are getting longer, the flowers are blooming and Easter is on its way. What causes spring? The vernal equinox is what causes the different seasons and occurs due to the tilt of the earth in relation...
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