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AN NHS tutor who told a girl medical student that spending time with him could be the difference between getting a 'good' and an 'excellent' mark faces being struck off. 2016-08-31 20:47:00 | Express.co.uk
2016-08-31 20:08:01 | The Guardian
Manchester University researchers say the current trend to serve the food ‘pink’ could risk exposing people to Campylobacter bacteria.
2016-08-31 20:05:27 | Manchester Evening News
2016-08-31 13:55:25 | The Guardian
When the University of Sheffield was founded in 1905, it was for the people of the city and because of the people of the city. When factory workers from across Sheffield generously gave their penny donations, it was with a clear vision of establishing a university which would benefit their economy, improve their health and enhance the lives of their children.2016-08-31 13:09:21 | thestar.co.uk
2016-08-31 11:19:27 | The Guardian
A SUPERFIT student who has played sport for Great Britain has thanked a top surgeon for saving her life in just the FOURTH reported case of its type in the world. 2016-08-31 10:39:00 | Express.co.uk
2016-08-31 09:40:44 | The Guardian
A WOMAN who says she was raped in an Oxford University College has told a court "I couldn't believe it had happened to me".2016-08-31 08:16:36 | Oxford Mail
You'll never get a better deal from a bank than when you're a student, so we've rounded up the best student accounts to help you choose the right one for you2016-08-31 07:52:00 | Mirror
Dr Helen Keyes, 33, is a senior lecturer in psychology at Anglia Ruskin University's Driving Lab.
She has lived and worked in Cambridge since 2010, when she joined the psychology department at ARU.
What is your particular area of expertise?
Driver behaviour – how visual and auditory driving cues are handled by the brain.
How would you explain your current work to a stranger on the bus?
I test what works best in helping drivers to respond quickly and accurately to their road... 2016-08-31 05:00:00 | Cambridge News
Seven-time World champion Cockroft of Leeds Beckett University, who also has two European titles to her name, will headline a stellar Paralympic GB athletics team bound for Rio.
LONDON, Aug 31 (Reuters) - Staff at British insurer Prudential are taking industrial action over plans to move 76 jobs to Mumbai from the southern English to...2016-08-30 23:01:44 | Daily Mail
James Dunn, 28, from Liverpool, said 'ridiculous portions' of junk food and a lack of exercise saw his weight rocket to 32 stone by his mid-twenties. He was given just nine months to drop 17 stone.2016-08-30 21:28:36 | Daily Mail
Crowds packed into Audley End estate this weekend as it turned back the clock to the Second World War.
The 'World War Two Weekend' event got under way on Sunday and continued throughout yesterday at the historic stately home near Saffron Walden.
Visitors were drawn into the theatre of Station 43, with the trooper of the D-Day landings and the kitchen maid dishing out meagre wartime rations among the masses.
Read more: Cambridge university staff balloted over strike action after 'miserly' pay... 2016-08-30 18:35:00 | Cambridge News
STUDENTS around the country are preparing to go back to school after the long summer holiday of freedom. 2016-08-30 17:15:00 | Express.co.uk
University staff across Cambridge are considering whether to take industrial action following a pay offer branded "miserly" by union officials.
Members of the Unison union at Cambridge and Anglia Ruskin universities will consider whether to accept a 1.1 per cent annual pay rise, or to seek an improved offer.
Ballots were sent out to union members yesterday, who will have until September 19 to make their decision.
The union represents support staff at both universities, including... 2016-08-30 16:58:00 | Cambridge News
An initial inquest into the death of a former student in Vietnam has been unable to confirm a cause.
22-year-old Aiden Webb was travelling with his girlfriend when he went missing on the 10,000-foot tall Fansipan Mountain in northwest Vietnam, on June 2.
His body was found following a major search and rescue operation a week later.
Yesterday at the opening of an inquest into his death yesterday the medical cause of death was listed as 'unascertained'.
A former City of Norwich School... 2016-08-30 15:34:00 | Cambridge News