News / 03/05/2022 ‘Children facing up to 5-year NHS waiting list for autism appointments’

An Observer investigation last month discovered some children are waiting up to five years for an initial NHS autism consultation. Figures obtained through the Freedom of Information Act uncovered a significant case of 2,835 autistic children who were referred to Coventry and Warwickshire Partnership NHS Trust, waiting an average of 88 weeks; the longest case...

News / 03/05/2022 Improved Norwich Cycling and Walking Routes

A new blueprint of Norwich suggests the city has the potential to extend and create new routes in its periphery. The Norfolk County Council is pushing the public to delimit their car usage and encourages healthier ways of travel such as cycling and walking. The Council collaborated with Norwich, Broadland and South Norfolk councils to...

News / 03/05/2022 Student Loan Interest Rate Increases

Student loan interest rates are set to increase from 4.5% to 12% for many this September.  For those currently at university in England, the interest rate on student loans is calculated by adding 3% to the retail price index (RPI) measure of inflation which is based on the changes in a range of costs over...

News / 03/05/2022 Stays at Norfolk Holiday Homes Auctioned to Raise Funds for Ukraine

Norfolk holiday homeowners are auctioning stays at their homes to raise money to support Ukraine, facilitated by a local letting firm and charity Street Child. Established in 2008 by Norwich local Tom Dannatt, Street Child is a charity focused on the safety and educational empowerment of children. It has recently partnered with Norfolk Cottage Agency...

News / 03/05/2022 UEA Law expert supports Ed Sheeran court case outcome

Ed Sheeran has won his High Court copyright case over the 2017 song Shape of You. The hit song has been announced as the most streamed song in Spotify’s history. The 11-day trial saw Ed Sheeran take to the stand to defend himself against copyright allegations. Sami Chokri and Ross O’Donoghue alleged there were similarities...

News / 03/05/2022 UEA Post Room Moves to The Street

The latest updates to the new Post Room on UEA campus have been revealed. The former Waterstones building closed its doors permanently in 2020. Over the last few months, signs have gone up next to the Student Information Zone (SIZ) detailing a revamp for the new UEA Post Room. The Post Room, currently located in...



“It’s like they assume the worst in us”: UEA faces complaints about extenuating circumstances and the intercalation process

In recent weeks, the university has made a number of statements relating to the process and evidence required for submitting an extenuating circumstances request. This has mainly been in relation to the handling of student bereavements and how this has affected their studies. The process has garnered a number of complaints.  Other students have also…

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Statement regarding alleged spiking at The Waterfront reveals previous false spiking claims and attempted drug deals

The Waterfront have released a follow-up statement regarding an alleged spiking at their venue in February. The statement details an ongoing investigation by Norfolk Constabulary, including CCTV footage, and statements from independent witnesses and Waterfront staff members.  The statement alleges that the two women involved were barred from the Glass House for buying drinks for…

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