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The Register
UK uni warns students of phishers trying to nick their tuition feesForeign students looking to experience the stochastic joys of a year at Newcast
The Register / Posted 50 minutes ago
Foreign students looking to experience the stochastic joys of a year at Newcastle University in England are being warned that phishers are after their cash – using an unusually well-crafted attack. The raiders set up a very realistic-looking fake... Read more
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International Business Times
Newcastle University plagued by fake phishing site that accepts payment for courses Newcastle University has issued an alert, warning prospective students to be ca
International Business Times / Posted 2 hours ago
Newcastle University has issued an alert, warning prospective students to be careful when seeking to apply and pay online for courses, after discovering the existence of a sophisticated phishing scam. The university, which resides on the domain... Read more
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chroniclelive
Is £150,000-plus too much for a university boss to earn?by the University’s Remuneration Committee and published in the annual financia
chroniclelive / Posted 2 hours ago
by the University’s Remuneration Committee and published in the annual financial statements.” Jacqui Henderson, Chair of Newcastle University Remuneration Committee said: “The current Vice-Chancellor, Professor Chris Day, has only been in post... Read more
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Horncastle Today
Tribute to ‘lovely’ Louth student who died during post-exam holidayYear 7 and had just completed his final exams with us in Year 13 in preparation
Horncastle Today / Posted 6 hours ago
Year 7 and had just completed his final exams with us in Year 13 in preparation for a degree in Biomedical Sciences at Newcastle University. “During his time with us Alex had grown and matured into a lovely lad with real personality. The Sixth... Read more
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Louth Leader
Tribute to ‘lovely’ Louth student who died during post-exam holidayYear 7 and had just completed his final exams with us in Year 13 in preparation
Louth Leader / Posted 9 hours ago
Year 7 and had just completed his final exams with us in Year 13 in preparation for a degree in Biomedical Sciences at Newcastle University. “During his time with us Alex had grown and matured into a lovely lad with real personality. The Sixth... Read more
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walesonline
Universities are awarding more firsts to degree students as top grades soar- 17.7% 21.4% 3.7 * University of Exeter - 19.4% 23.1% 3.7 * Canterbury Chris
walesonline / Posted 11 hours ago
- 17.7% 21.4% 3.7 * University of Exeter - 19.4% 23.1% 3.7 * Canterbury Christ Church University - 15% 18.5% 3.5 * Newcastle University - 18% 21.4% 3.4 * Rose Bruford College - 17.8% 21.1% 3.3 * University of Warwick - 25.5% 28.7% 3.2 *... Read more
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Daily Mirror
Tragic teen died of 'overdose' after collapsing during 16-hour holiday ravehad been a student at King Edward Grammar School in Louth, Lincs, and was due t
Daily Mirror / Posted 11 hours ago
had been a student at King Edward Grammar School in Louth, Lincs, and was due to start a degree in Biomedical Sciences at Newcastle University this September. Headteacher James Lascelles said: "Alex had matured into a lovely lad with real... Read more
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chroniclelive
Melanie Hartshorn's story will make you feel inspired todaywere handed a lifeline when a neurosurgeon from Barcelona agreed to take on her
chroniclelive / Posted 12 hours ago
were handed a lifeline when a neurosurgeon from Barcelona agreed to take on her case.Graduation of Melanie Hartshorn at Newcastle University, who suffers from a rare an debilitating disease which has left her bedbound World renowned Dr Vicenc... Read more
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Herald Sun
Teen dies after 16-hour partyas “surreal madness” by organisers promoting the one-day festival. He was due
Herald Sun / Posted 14 hours ago
as “surreal madness” by organisers promoting the one-day festival. He was due to start studying Biomedical Sciences at Newcastle University in September. Friends paid tribute to Alex on social media after organising a gathering to remember... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Teen dies after 16-hour partyas “surreal madness” by organisers promoting the one-day festival. He was due
The Courier Mail / Posted 14 hours ago
as “surreal madness” by organisers promoting the one-day festival. He was due to start studying Biomedical Sciences at Newcastle University in September. Friends paid tribute to Alex on social media after organising a gathering to remember... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Teen dies after 16-hour partyas “surreal madness” by organisers promoting the one-day festival. He was due
Daily Telegraph / Posted 14 hours ago
as “surreal madness” by organisers promoting the one-day festival. He was due to start studying Biomedical Sciences at Newcastle University in September. Friends paid tribute to Alex on social media after organising a gathering to remember... Read more
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Manning River Times
Manning artist to exhibit in Sydneystopped. But I feel like I’ve just started.” He attended the Sydney School of
Manning River Times / Posted 16 hours ago
stopped. But I feel like I’ve just started.” He attended the Sydney School of the Art in the late 1970s, early ‘80s and then went on to Newcastle University for a couple of years. Artarmon Galleries is located at 479 Pacific Hwy, Artarmon, Sy... Read more
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metro
Student died during 16-hour rave while celebrating finishing his A levelswho attended King Edward Grammar School sixth form in Louth, Lincolnshire, had
metro / Posted yesterday
who attended King Edward Grammar School sixth form in Louth, Lincolnshire, had been due to study Biomedical Sciences at Newcastle University in September. Paying tribute, the school’s headteacher James Lascelles said: ‘All of the staff and... Read more
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Daily Record
Tragic British teen dies after collapsing during 16-hour Spanish raveSaturday night.Read More King Edward Grammar School sixth form student Alex ha
Daily Record / Posted yesterday
Saturday night.Read More King Edward Grammar School sixth form student Alex had been due to study Biomedical Sciences at Newcastle University in September.Alex Masterton was celebrating the end of his A-levels (Image: Grimsby Telegraph) Paying... Read more
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Daily Mirror
Student dies on Spanish holiday with pals booked to celebrate end of A-levelsand immersive decoration. A student at King Edward Grammar School, Alex had be
Daily Mirror / Posted yesterday
and immersive decoration. A student at King Edward Grammar School, Alex had been due to study Biomedical Sciences at Newcastle University in September.Alex was ending his week-long holiday at the Elrow 7th anniversary event (Image: Grimsby... Read more
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chroniclelive
The surgeon whose legacy will live with people foreverNorthumberland, will continue to work one day a week for NHS Blood and Transpla
chroniclelive / Posted 2 days ago
Northumberland, will continue to work one day a week for NHS Blood and Transplant, as well as taking part in research at Newcastle University. He said: “There’s a lot I want to do but I think to just suddenly stop altogether would be... Read more
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Daily Mirror
Princess Eugenie 'rejected by uni before admissions clerk realised who she was'degree course, the Mail on Sunday reported. The allegation was made by Dr Mart
Daily Mirror / Posted 2 days ago
degree course, the Mail on Sunday reported. The allegation was made by Dr Martin Farr, a senior history lecturer at Newcastle University, in a speech to the anti-monarchist campaign group Republic’s annual convention in Newcastle. Dr Farr... Read more
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Daily Mirror
Shock therapy could be one of best ways to force parents to treat obese childrenof overweight children don’t see there’s a problem, they’re less likely to shif
Daily Mirror / Posted 3 days ago
of overweight children don’t see there’s a problem, they’re less likely to shift to healthier foods. Angela Jones of Newcastle University, who led this latest research, says parents tend to compare their children to others in the school. So... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Princess Eugenie 'was rejected by university and only given a place when they realised she was royal'AAA-AAB, while the offer for those doing a combined honours course of the type
Daily Telegraph / Posted 3 days ago
AAA-AAB, while the offer for those doing a combined honours course of the type Eugenie studied is AAB. A spokesman for Newcastle University said: "The University will not comment on an individual student's position as this information is... Read more
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International Business Times
Princess Eugenie given 'special treatment' after initial rejection by Newcastle University A senior Newcastle University lecturer has accused the institute of giving Prin
International Business Times / Posted 3 days ago
A senior Newcastle University lecturer has accused the institute of giving Princess Eugenie special treatment after initially rejecting her application to study there. Dr Martin Farr claims that the Queen's granddaughter was not accepted on her own... Read more
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chroniclelive
Princess Eugenie 'got special treatment' to get into UniThe allegation was made by Dr Martin Farr, a senior history lecturer at Newcast
chroniclelive / Posted 3 days ago
The allegation was made by Dr Martin Farr, a senior history lecturer at Newcastle University, in a speech to the anti-monarchist campaign group Republic’s annual convention in the Newcastle. He said that her application was thrown out by an... Read more
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Daily Mirror
Mum wakes up with a different foreign accent every day after 'MRI scan'in awe of her – sometimes I think I don't deserve her." Professor Nick Miller,
Daily Mirror / Posted 3 days ago
in awe of her – sometimes I think I don't deserve her." Professor Nick Miller, Professor of Motor Speech Disorders at Newcastle University said there was no evidence that MRI scans cause Foreign Accent Syndrome. Professor Miller said: "I... Read more
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New Kerala
Want better health? Get a prescription of non-medical activities - newkerala news #254734a 'Link Worker,' who helped participants select their activities and supported
New Kerala / Posted 3 days ago
a 'Link Worker,' who helped participants select their activities and supported them throughout the programme. The in-depth Newcastle University study shows how social prescribing of non-medical activities helps people with long term health... Read more
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chroniclelive
Newcastle University gets £2m for research into dementia on a global scaleexperts in ageing have been awarded £2m from the Department of Health for resea
chroniclelive / Posted 3 days ago
experts in ageing have been awarded £2m from the Department of Health for research into dementia on a global scale. The Newcastle University group is receiving the cash to focus on dementia care and prevention from the National Institute for... Read more
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Daily Mail
Newcastle lecturer claims Princess Eugenie was rejectedliterature, history of art and politics and graduated with a 2:1 Princess Euge
Daily Mail / Posted 3 days ago
literature, history of art and politics and graduated with a 2:1 Princess Eugenie attends her graduation ceremony at Newcastle University Princess Eugenie was initially rejected by Newcastle University and then given a place because of who... Read more
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KLTV 7 Tyler
Is buying organic produce worth the money?to equal up to two more servings of fruits and vegetables a day. Professor Car
KLTV 7 Tyler / Posted 4 days ago
to equal up to two more servings of fruits and vegetables a day. Professor Carlo Leifert, who led the British study, told Newcastle University researchers that, “This study demonstrates that choosing food produced according to organic standards... Read more
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Daily Mail
Skeptisism on US doctor's offer of treatment for Charlie Gardbrought around by treatment Since 2003 Professor Hirano has collaborated on re
Daily Mail / Posted 4 days ago
brought around by treatment Since 2003 Professor Hirano has collaborated on research with Professor Douglas Turnbull - the Newcastle University scientist behind pioneering work to create three-parent babies in a bid to avoid mitochondrial... Read more
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The Borneo Post
International cooperation pushes Malaysia towards higher education goalsat the branch campus is forecast to reach 2500 by 2024, with the UK-based unive
The Borneo Post / Posted 5 days ago
at the branch campus is forecast to reach 2500 by 2024, with the UK-based university joining Malaysian branches of the UK’s Newcastle University and University of Southampton, as well as the Netherlands’ Maritime Institute of Technology. A new... Read more
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Herald Sun
Kids’ health crisis as bad as obesityare at risk of poor literacy skills, mental health issues and unemployment. Le
Herald Sun / Posted 5 days ago
are at risk of poor literacy skills, mental health issues and unemployment. Lead researcher Professor James Law, from Newcastle University, said it constituted a public health issue. “The people who need the services most, least get them,” he... Read more
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News.com.au
Kids’ health crisis as bad as obesityare at risk of poor literacy skills, mental health issues and unemployment. Le
News.com.au / Posted 5 days ago
are at risk of poor literacy skills, mental health issues and unemployment. Lead researcher Professor James Law, from Newcastle University, said it constituted a public health issue. “The people who need the services most, least get them,” he... Read more
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chroniclelive
Should rugby tackling be banned in schools? These experts seem to think sowhich had put forward the case that rugby was no more injury prone than other s
chroniclelive / Posted 7 days ago
which had put forward the case that rugby was no more injury prone than other sports. In the new updated review, the Newcastle University study says it has found further evidence to support the recent call to remove tackling and other forms... Read more
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Kiama Independent
Minnamurra River massacre tip of iceberg: Aboriginal elder“There were a lot of massacres here, in Kiama,” Wodi Wodi elder Aunty Joyce Don
Kiama Independent / Posted 8 days ago
“There were a lot of massacres here, in Kiama,” Wodi Wodi elder Aunty Joyce Donovan said. Related coverage: Last week a Newcastle University mapping system revealed a massacre that took place on the Minnamurra River, where settlers killed more than... Read more
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Manning River Times
Living a creative life | video and photoshad different guest people, big names who were very inspirational. As much I ha
Manning River Times / Posted 9 days ago
had different guest people, big names who were very inspirational. As much I hated it, it was good.” Rod then went on to Newcastle University for a couple of years with plans to become an art teacher, but after doing some prac teaching at schools... Read more
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The Young Witness
Inquest into death of ‘beautiful girl’Valley Grammar School in NSW snowboarding championships, and “worked hard to ga
The Young Witness / Posted 9 days ago
Valley Grammar School in NSW snowboarding championships, and “worked hard to gain acceptance into the Newstep program at Newcastle University” in the months before her death, Mr Raftery said. “She was so excited about starting at the University... Read more
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The Age
The Menzies legacy: In the beginning, it was a party of progressivesabove the banality of social media fluff. Paul Miller, Box Hill SouthAcknowled
The Age / Posted 10 days ago
above the banality of social media fluff. Paul Miller, Box Hill SouthAcknowledge the past The "frontier war" research by Newcastle University and the publication of a map detailing 150 massacre sites in Australia is further proof of Australia's... Read more
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EDP24 - Eastern Daily Press
BBRO event shows yield improvements are important goal for East Anglia’s sugar beet growerson crop establishment and yield. BBRO open day at Morley Farms. Picture : ANTO
EDP24 - Eastern Daily Press / Posted 13 days ago
on crop establishment and yield. BBRO open day at Morley Farms. Picture : ANTONY KELLY Dr Elizabeth Stockdale from Newcastle University, who is taking part in the research, said: “We are developing trials for farmers to get a better... Read more
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The Courier
GLORY DAYS: 101 great Hunter momentsfame to the city by winning the Archibald Prize in 2005, the Wynne Prize in 196
The Courier / Posted 14 days ago
fame to the city by winning the Archibald Prize in 2005, the Wynne Prize in 1969 and 1985, and the Sulman Prize in 1989. Newcastle University Great Hall opens: November, 1973 The first mutterings for the establishment of a university in... Read more
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chroniclelive
1972-73 in Newcastle: 12 unseen photographssays: “We met while we were at Leicester University. In 1972, Sam moved to Newc
chroniclelive / Posted 14 days ago
says: “We met while we were at Leicester University. In 1972, Sam moved to Newcastle to study for an MSc in statistics at Newcastle University. “He used to walk to the university from his student house on Westmorland Road and some of these... Read more
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Manchester Evening News
Recruitment boss Jo Sellick marks milestone birthdayresults that reflect that.” So where did it all start? Jo, who grew up in Lin
Manchester Evening News / Posted 14 days ago
results that reflect that.” So where did it all start? Jo, who grew up in Lincolnshire, was inspired to study politics at Newcastle University by his father, who had stood as a Liberal Democrat MP five times. “Unfortunately he didn’t win,” says... Read more
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Kiama Independent
Aboriginal massacre close to homethere. It is the only massacre in the Kiama region recorded on the map, as his
Kiama Independent / Posted 14 days ago
there. It is the only massacre in the Kiama region recorded on the map, as historians build on the project. So far the Newcastle University project has documented 150 massacres resulting in at least 6000 deaths in the early years of the... Read more
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Offshore Magazine
Warming injected seawater could lessen reservoir souring‘breathe’ sulfates but exhale toxic, corrosive hydrogen sulfide (H2S). EPSRC i
Offshore Magazine / Posted 15 days ago
‘breathe’ sulfates but exhale toxic, corrosive hydrogen sulfide (H2S). EPSRC is funding research into this issue, led by Newcastle University. Also involved are various private sector, public sector, and academic partners from Britain and... Read more
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The Christian Post
1400-O Church Discovered on UK Holy Island, Where Conversions of Pagans to Christianity Beganfrom 630 A.D. to 1050, they believe the earlier date is more likely. Richard C
The Christian Post / Posted 15 days ago
from 630 A.D. to 1050, they believe the earlier date is more likely. Richard Carlton of The Archaeological Practice and Newcastle University, who led the excavations, said that there are not many churches from the time period known in medieval... Read more
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Western Advocate
Big award for a building starIII in Carpentry but also a Certificate IV in Building and his first year of Pr
Western Advocate / Posted 15 days ago
III in Carpentry but also a Certificate IV in Building and his first year of Project Management studies via distance from Newcastle University. That is equivalent to three years of study and qualifications compacted into 12 months. His biography... Read more
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Daily Mail
Dahling! It's SO hard being the new it-girlslovers, Eliza can be found dancing on tables into the small hours. She recentl
Daily Mail / Posted 16 days ago
lovers, Eliza can be found dancing on tables into the small hours. She recently started a degree in business management at Newcastle University. When a neighbour in Fulham complained about the ‘no Manners’ sisters’ all-night partying, Eliza’s meek... Read more
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chroniclelive
From Wearside to the world - meet the stars with Sunderland rootsraised on the outskirts of the city. She laid the foundations for her incredib
chroniclelive / Posted 18 days ago
raised on the outskirts of the city. She laid the foundations for her incredible career across the North East, studying at Newcastle University and then getting her first radio job at BBC Durham. Adie went on to become one of the country’s most... Read more
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Daily Mail
Enjoy a skinful? It could be why you get eczemaeczema may also drink more as they seek comfort from their illness. The resear
Daily Mail / Posted 18 days ago
eczema may also drink more as they seek comfort from their illness. The researchers from The Royal Victoria Infirmary and Newcastle University compared alcohol use in 609 patients at a dermatology outpatient clinic. They asked ten multiple choice... Read more
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chroniclelive
Out of date beliefs about HIV 'fuel stigma' in the North EastFirst Aid to someone living with HIV who is on effective treatment – far higher
chroniclelive / Posted 19 days ago
First Aid to someone living with HIV who is on effective treatment – far higher than 35% nationally.Professor of Music at Newcastle University, Paul Atinello (Photo: Newcastle Chronicle) Meanwhile, 49% said they would be uncomfortable going on a... Read more
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Canberra Times
Scope: One in five chance of a recession, says paneltax and spending measures, because the Reserve Bank is unlikely to want to cut
Canberra Times / Posted 19 days ago
tax and spending measures, because the Reserve Bank is unlikely to want to cut its cash rate further. Bill Mitchell, of Newcastle University (who picked 40 per cent) distinguishes between a "technical" and a full-blown recession with colossal... Read more
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chroniclelive
Investigation into flammable cladding on Newcastle student flats launchedsafe. “Regardless of what’s wrapped around them, they are specifically designe
chroniclelive / Posted 19 days ago
safe. “Regardless of what’s wrapped around them, they are specifically designed to allow people to evacuate.”Read More Newcastle University and Northumbria University said none of their buildings were fitted with Grenfell Tower-style cladding... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Scope: One in five chance of a recession, says expert paneltax and spending measures, because the Reserve Bank is unlikely to want to cut
Brisbane Times / Posted 20 days ago
tax and spending measures, because the Reserve Bank is unlikely to want to cut its cash rate further. Bill Mitchell, of Newcastle University (who picked 40 per cent) distinguishes between a "technical" and a full-blown recession with colossal... Read more
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