Louise Lazell

News

Colman’s confirm 2019 factory closure

Norwich’s famous Colman’s mustard factory has finally confirmed its closure in 2019, after months of consideration to move the factory out of the city. Despite 160 years of production in Norwich, the famous site for mustard making will be shutting next year. Plans to shut the factory were revealed in January by the parent company…

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Minister hesitant to decolonise syllabuses

The universities minister Sam Gyimah has spoken out against decolonising university curriculums amid calls from students to study more work by writers from black and minority ethnic (BAME) backgrounds. Gyimah cautioned universities about removing specific writers and ideas from courses, purely because they are not students’ favourite topics. He also stressed that part of the…

Finance

Boom or bust?

Next sales have soared this Christmas period by nearly 10 percent. Beating city forecasts, the unexpected rise in sales has led to higher profit forecasts for the year ahead. Analysts worried that slowing wage growth and heightened inflation would make Christmas shoppers tighten their budgets and spend less. Next total sales saw a 1.5 percent…

News

MBE for Head of Computer Sciences

The head of Computer Sciences at UEA, Professor Gerard Parr, has been given an MBE award for his services in developing the telecoms infrastructure in Northern Ireland (NIR). The award also recognises Professor Parr’s previous and ongoing dedication within the ICT industry, and also his work for the telecommunications team of the NIR Government Department…

Features

The Norwich guide to 2018

April 23rd: Dragon Hall Debates: Who’s afraid of populism? Something a bit different to start with – Dragon Hall are hosting a series of debates on popular and controversial topics, including conversations on the age of anxiety and gene editing. Tickets are still available for their debate on populism, following the election of Donald Trump….

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