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Teaching recruitment event set for Norwich

A  national teaching recruitment campaign is coming to Norwich encourage local people to consider joining a unique profession that shapes the lives of the next generation. The Train to Teach event will be held at The Assembly House, Theatre Street, Norwich, NR2 1RQ on Tuesday 19 November from 4.30pm to 7.30pm. Roger Pope, spokesperson for…


National Lottery has pumped millions into East of England

The East of England celebrates receiving millions of pounds of funding into the arts from the National Lottery, as the National Lottery turns 25. The National Lottery is no stranger to investing in the UK having already invested over £4.9billion across numerous community and grassroot art projects in the last 25 years. Since 2010, the National Lottery…


Universities tackle harassment

A report by Universities UK, the representative organisation for the UK’s universities, has shown that universities have made great strides in tackling gender-based violence, but warned that more was needed to be done to combat racism. The report, called Changing The Culture, is a report by Universities UK taskforce examining violence against women, harrasment and…

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Student’s confidential data sent to hundreds of peers in UEA leak

A UEA lecturer has accidently sent private data about a student’s failed master’s dissertation to hundreds of students. The email, which was sent to all Environmental Sciences students (ENV), was addressed to the master’s student and included extensive and detailed feedback on the student’s dissertation.  The lecturer emailed close to half an hour later asking…


Police find body in Wymondham park

Norwich Police confirm that a body of a man was found in a woodland in Wymondham. The body was discovered after police were summoned to an area near Ketts Park at around 3.30pm on Friday, 20 September 2019. While formal identification is still in progress, the man is believed to be Tom Gray, who was…

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