Section: News

NSS can have 'damaging' consequences

Published on by Jordan Hogan (author)

National Student Survey (photo: Jordan Hogan)

National Student Survey

A University of Brighton lecturer believes the results of the National Student Survey can prove to be 'damaging' if not completed correctly.

Commuters anger at rail fare increases

Published on by Luke Withers (author)

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With many set to return to work today commuters are expected to be hit hard by the increase in rail travel.

The vinyl record is spinning its way back into fashion with the news that sales in 2014 have reached well over a million pounds.

Published on by Luke Withers (author)

vinyl (photo: luke withers)

vinyl

In the UK, this year’s accredited vinyl sales reached more than 1.2m, almost 50% more than last year.

Bus Cuts Set to take their Toll

Published on by Oliver Birch (author), Daniel King (author)

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Locals from Hastings are voicing their discontent over transport links, following last month’s decision to cut subsidised bus services.

Local Science Showman Warns of Businesses Exploding

Published on by Will Dyett (author)

Brad Gross (photo: BLAST Sciece)

Brad Gross

Charity funded BLAST owner warns of local business hardship