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Football in the North East isn't for the faint ...

Football in the north east of England is often referred to as being like a religion. The teams have faithful followers that attend week after week no matter how the team is doing. They proudly display their colours for all to see whether they are at the match, out shopping or at work. The fact that the two teams at the forefront of the rivalry have struggled for a very long time (no matter what the fans of Newcastle tell you) is all a large part of the interest. The past few years have seen both Sunderla... read more »

Christmas 2013

Hot Chocolate! Turkey! Gingerbread! It's that time of year again. Of course we celebrated Christmas in Newcastle (student style) before going home! The student version of a Christmas Tree After a very long semester one at uni I'm finally off again to spend Christmas at home. The Christmas deco at home was a bit more lavish... Of course there was ridiculous amounts of champagne to be consumed... Ginger bread making! Clearly it was a tough job And let the feasting begin! Terry the Turkey :) ... read more »

Dirty Freshers!

I cannot believe that my first year of uni life is really over and I'm half way through my entire uni life. A few years ago, I would never expect myself taking the course I am now taking and being at the university I am at now. Since the start of Year 10 when we started uni talks and career talks I have always wanted to do law in Australia. Somehow as I made my way through high school this decision slowly changed. After an internship at a law firm, I no longer wanted to be a lawyer, in fact I had no idea... read more »

Vocaciones peligrosas

Acabo de leer sobre la muerte por frío del periodista inglés Lee Halpin al intentar intentar mostrar la vida de los ´sin techo. Me pregunto: ¿Dónde está el límite ante la necesidad de ´ganarse la vida`, tu vocación y las exigencias de "la jungla laboral"? Quiero pensar que está en el sentido común, en las necesidades básicas, en la ética, en la honestidad, en el talento y en la dignidad personal y profesional de cada uno, y en la jerarquía que cada cual le dé a estas cosas. ¿Merece la pena morir? ¿Merece... read more »

Zip Slide in aid of Cystic Fibrosis - Gateshead...

My niece Amy Addison and cousin Val Brennan Zip across the river Tyne from the top of The Baltic Art Gallery - Gateshead side - to the Newcastle Quayside in aid of Cystic Fibrosis. Well done to all who took part :-) If you would like to support this charity please go to CF TrustEllen Dean Recommends read more »

Janet Macleod-Trotter - The Vanishing of Ruth

North East of England's Best Selling author Janet Macleod-Trotter was due to guest on my radio showDurham Dales Radio on Saturday 18th December to talk about her new book 'The Vanishing of Ruth' but, because of the adverse weather forecast, she has had to cancel. Janet will now guest in the New Year. Let me tell you something about her new book: The Vanishing of Ruth Janet is now concentrating on writing mystery novels with unusual settings. Her new novel,The Vanishing of Ruth, is inspired by her o... read more »

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