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North Wales Pioneer
First North Wales gourmet golf festival aims for slice of £4 billion a year national marketEvans, resident golf expert with North Wales Tourism and herself a keen player
North Wales Pioneer / Posted 2 days ago
Evans, resident golf expert with North Wales Tourism and herself a keen player at the Conwy club, said: “A major study by Sheffield Hallam University revealed that in 2014 consumer spending on golf across the UK was a massive £4.3 billion and that... Read more
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Rhyl, Prestatyn and Abergele Journal
First North Wales gourmet golf festival aims for slice of £4 billion a year national marketEvans, resident golf expert with North Wales Tourism and herself a keen player
Rhyl, Prestatyn and Abergele Journal / Posted 2 days ago
Evans, resident golf expert with North Wales Tourism and herself a keen player at the Conwy club, said: “A major study by Sheffield Hallam University revealed that in 2014 consumer spending on golf across the UK was a massive £4.3 billion and that... Read more
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asianage
Here are mistakes people make that turn them obesecraving something sweet mid morning, according to Alix Woods, a nutritionist at
asianage / Posted 3 days ago
craving something sweet mid morning, according to Alix Woods, a nutritionist at Quest Nutra Pharma. Recent research from Sheffield Hallam University found that eating a substantial breakfast tricks the body into eating less calories for the rest... Read more
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Decclan Chronicle
Not having enough sex can make you fatcraving something sweet mid morning, according to Alix Woods, a nutritionist at
Decclan Chronicle / Posted 3 days ago
craving something sweet mid morning, according to Alix Woods, a nutritionist at Quest Nutra Pharma. Recent research from Sheffield Hallam University found that eating a substantial breakfast tricks the body into eating less calories for the rest... Read more
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Daily Mail
Dancing ability is in your GENESwho also had a career as a dancer The study, led by statistician Dr Geoff Elli
Daily Mail / Posted 4 days ago
who also had a career as a dancer The study, led by statistician Dr Geoff Ellis, Principal Lecturer in Statistics at Sheffield Hallam University, looked at the traits shared by 100 of the world's most successful professional dancers. Dr... Read more
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Wakefield Today
Free advice and training at Google's Digital Garage helps firms reach new heightsto make a success of plastic is inventor Dr Abdul Hoque. A researcher and lectu
Wakefield Today / Posted 4 days ago
to make a success of plastic is inventor Dr Abdul Hoque. A researcher and lecturer in engineering, design and management at Sheffield Hallam University, he is also the director of Selfix Technology. Abdul's original project was to create an... Read more
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The Aero-News Network
British Rocket Skybolt 2 Launches Successfullyengaging testing an an array of electronic instruments for use in future manned
The Aero-News Network / Posted 5 days ago
engaging testing an an array of electronic instruments for use in future manned rockets; fly an accelerometer payload for Sheffield Hallam University; test a parachute recovery system for use in future manned rockets; engage young people and... Read more
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New Kerala
TIGA Reveals 17 of the Best University Games Courses - newkerala news #271475TIGA Accreditation: Anglia Ruskin (1 course); Bournemouth University (1 course)
New Kerala / Posted 6 days ago
TIGA Accreditation: Anglia Ruskin (1 course); Bournemouth University (1 course); Portsmouth University (2 courses); Sheffield Hallam University (3 courses); University of the West of England (1 courses); Staffordshire University (7 courses);... Read more
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Manchester Evening News
Women less likely to find full-time work since recession say Salford Universitycan’t find full-time work following the 2008 recession, a study has found. Aca
Manchester Evening News / Posted 8 days ago
can’t find full-time work following the 2008 recession, a study has found. Academics from the University of Salford and Sheffield Hallam University have found that since 2008 the chances of underemployment have grown much faster for women than... Read more
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Medical News Today
Could hunger be a trick of the mind?that feelings of pain may often have more to do with the mind than the body. A
Medical News Today / Posted 9 days ago
that feelings of pain may often have more to do with the mind than the body. A new study led by Dr. Steven Brown, of Sheffield Hallam University in the United Kingdom, now explores the way in which the mind may influence our states of hunger... Read more
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Lancashire Telegraph
Young Muslims face 'enormous' social mobility barriers, study findsfaced ‘deep cultural challenges to advance in work’. The study was based on fo
Lancashire Telegraph / Posted 10 days ago
faced ‘deep cultural challenges to advance in work’. The study was based on focus groups and interviews carried out by Sheffield Hallam University. It found only one in five of the Muslim population is in work compared to one in three of the... Read more
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Aljazeera
Britain's Muslims face workforce discrimination: reportemployment and/or in receipt of low pay, researchers said. The findings were r
Aljazeera / Posted 12 days ago
employment and/or in receipt of low pay, researchers said. The findings were revealed after a team of academics at the Sheffield Hallam University conducted interviews examining the perceptions and experiences of school-aged Muslims growing up... Read more
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International Business Times
Muslim women face twin struggles of Islamophobia in society and sexism at home the view that women should devote their lives to home keeping and raising child
International Business Times / Posted 12 days ago
the view that women should devote their lives to home keeping and raising children. Professor Jacqueline Stevenson from Sheffield Hallam University, who led the research, said: "Muslims are excluded, discriminated against, or failed, at all... Read more
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Daily Mail
You are what you THINK you eat!thought to be the cause Expectations of a meal influences later feelings of hu
Daily Mail / Posted 12 days ago
thought to be the cause Expectations of a meal influences later feelings of hunger and calorie intake Researchers from Sheffield Hallam University analysed 26 study participants You are what you think you eat, new research reveals. Believing... Read more
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birminghammail
Report paints 'disturbing' picture of young Muslim discrimination at workunconscious bias, diversity and religious literacy.Read More Research leader p
birminghammail / Posted 12 days ago
unconscious bias, diversity and religious literacy.Read More Research leader professor Jacqueline Stevenson, from Sheffield Hallam University, said: "Muslims are excluded, discriminated against, or failed, at all stages of their transition... Read more
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holdthefrontpage.co.uk
Sheffield Star quartet published in new short story collectionin a new collection of short stories about Yorkshire. Former Star features edi
holdthefrontpage.co.uk / Posted 12 days ago
in a new collection of short stories about Yorkshire. Former Star features editor Philip Andrews, now a lecturer at Sheffield Hallam University, novelist Neil Fieldhouse, a former political editor, former film critic Michael Yates and former... Read more
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The World Game
PSG v FFP: UEFA's investigation into Ligue 1 big spenders in focuswould have had a look anyway on the back of the Neymar transfer," Dr Dan Plumle
The World Game / Posted 15 days ago
would have had a look anyway on the back of the Neymar transfer," Dr Dan Plumley, a football finance expert at Sheffield Hallam University, said. "It's not any real surprise that they'll investigate and look into it. "I think what's... Read more
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soccernews
PSG v FFP: UEFA´s investigation into Ligue 1 big spenders in focusin bravado or reality and what punishments could they face? Omnisport spoke to
soccernews / Posted 15 days ago
in bravado or reality and what punishments could they face? Omnisport spoke to Dr Dan Plumley, a football finance expert at Sheffield Hallam University, to find out more. UEFA PUBLICLY TARGETING PSG – WHY NOW? At the end of July, ESPN reported... Read more
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Soccer Way
PSG v FFP: UEFA´s investigation into Ligue 1 big spenders in focus in bravado or reality and what punishments could they face? Omnisport spoke to
Soccer Way / Posted 15 days ago
in bravado or reality and what punishments could they face? Omnisport spoke to Dr Dan Plumley, a football finance expert at Sheffield Hallam University, to find out more. UEFA PUBLICLY TARGETING PSG – WHY NOW? At the end of July, ESPN reported... Read more
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Daily Star
More Neymar-style MEGA deals to come as Netflix and Amazon bid for Premier League rightson lack of transfers: 'I'm NOT worried' Jurgen Klopp on lack of transfers: 'I'
Daily Star / Posted 17 days ago
on lack of transfers: 'I'm NOT worried' Jurgen Klopp on lack of transfers: 'I'm not worried' Dr Plumley – who works at Sheffield Hallam University – did concede that there is a risk to the astronomical financial structure of the league,... Read more
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Derbyshire Times
Kind-hearted Chesterfield student offers support to poor nationvolunteers delivering the projects.” Sasha was born in Chesterfield and has be
Derbyshire Times / Posted 1 months ago
volunteers delivering the projects.” Sasha was born in Chesterfield and has been studying BSc environmental science at Sheffield Hallam University for the past two years. She will complete her final year on her return. The youngster left... Read more
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Spalding Today
PHOTO GALLERY: Star tumbler James began career in a barn in Holbeach“There are no words to describe it.” Aged only 25, James has also completed hi
Spalding Today / Posted 1 months ago
“There are no words to describe it.” Aged only 25, James has also completed his BSc Hons degree in medical science at Sheffield Hallam University. He is home for a brief holiday and visited Holbeach and Fenland Gymnastics Club (H&F) as a... Read more
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EDP24 - Eastern Daily Press
A-level results 2017: Students celebrating in West Norfolk and the Fensbecome a PE teacher after her A in psychology, B in PE and C in biology, secure
EDP24 - Eastern Daily Press / Posted 1 months ago
become a PE teacher after her A in psychology, B in PE and C in biology, secured her a place on a sports coaching course at Sheffield Hallam University. “I’ve done sport since I was little, it’s the only thing I’ve wanted to do,” she... Read more

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