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Jonathon Porritt holds media to account over climate change coverage

| October 30, 2015 | 0 Comments

THE media has failed to convey a true picture of climate change and its implications, renowned environmentalist Jonathon Porritt told a Bristol audience of journalists and members of the public at the University of Bristol. The director of thinktank Forum for the Future and former director of Friends of the Earth was giving the Benn […]

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Vigils for Charlie Hebdo victims in Bristol and Cardiff

| January 10, 2015 | 0 Comments

  VIGILS FOR CHARLIE HEBDO VICTIMS IN BRISTOL AND CARDIFF THIS WEEKEND Dear Colleagues, Bristol vigil There is a vigil in Bristol today Saturday 10 January to show support for the victims of the Charlie Hebdo attacks in Paris. People are asked to gather today at 2pm in the centre of Bristol outside Hippodrome.  Families […]

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Prizes presented to student winners

| October 12, 2014 | 0 Comments

ALL the prizes for this year’s Bristol NUJ student awards have been presented to the winners. George Devereaux won the first year prize for his superb feature and layout on the subject of an artificial hand. The second year prize was shared by Alex  Cousins, Ruth Krabacher and Ryan Davies for their hard-hitting film about […]

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First award in 2014 Bristol NUJ Student Prizes

| July 24, 2014 | 0 Comments

THE first of this year’s Bristol NUJ student awards has been presented to UWE student Rachael Clarke following her graduation ceremony. Rachael won the third year prize for her comprehensive 15-minute film discussion of the recycling scene in the Bristol area. She was congratulated by Bristol NUJ branch chair Paul Breeden after the graduation ceremony […]

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City of Sanctuary event celebrates role of refugees

| July 9, 2013 | 0 Comments

REFUGEES and asylum seekers are not a burden on Bristol – they are an asset which enhances the city, Lord Mayor Faruk Choudhury told the annual City of Sanctuary celebration. The Lord Mayor was backed by other officials and dignitaries including the city’s political master, mayor George Ferguson, in emphasising the pride that Bristolians have […]

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