If you go to the Forum on Friday's from 6pm, you will hear a distinctively loud chatter emminating from Cafe Marzano. Every Friday they meet up, the Spanish to practice their English and the English to practice their Spanish. Well that's the pretext they use to meet, but it is much simpler than that. Most … Continue reading Spanish Speakers in Norwich
Over 650 people attended Norwich's Job fair at the Forum on the 19th of April. People from all over Norfolk attended today's Norwich Job Fair at the Forum in hopes to find a job. With companies such as Jarrolds, Santander and John Lewis looking for employees. Hopes were high. Patricia Sánchez, who works as a … Continue reading 650 people attend Norwich’s Job Fair
Netflix's latest TV show, 13 Reason's Why, tries to show every aspect of High School drama. The show is based on the 2007 novel, with the same name, written by Jay Asher and the premise its simple: a 17 year old, Hannah Baker (Katherine Langford), has killed herslef. She leaves behind 13 tapes, where she … Continue reading 13 reasons why
I’ve known Daniel Monserat all my life. He is my cousin, but we have been brought up more like siblings, even though we were raised in different continents. Daniel was born in Caracas, Venezuela in 1983. His parents, both doctors come from different places. His dad is from Caracas and his mum is from Cuba. … Continue reading New York state of life
The University of East Anglia (UEA) welcomed on Friday the 27th of January Her Majesty The Queen. They visited the Fiji exhibition at the Sainsbury Centre. The Queen and was greeted by hundreds of people at their arrival at UEA and they were received by UEA Vice Chancellor Professor David Richardson and the Fijian … Continue reading Queen Elisabeth II draws big crowds as she visits UEA for Fiji exhibition
Fidel Castro passed away last Friday. It was announced by Castro’s brother and current President Raul. His death could mark the beginning of a new chapter in Cuban history. As his brother Raul, promises he will step down from power in 2018, it might bring the possibility of a democratic election of his successor. … Continue reading History hasn’t absolved him, yet
It has been a long campaign to choose the new president of the US. After more than a year of campaigning for the position both Hilary Clinton and Donald Trump are waiting for the results. This campaign has been different from the rest. On the Democratic side you have Hilary Clinton, who has served the … Continue reading Election day is finally here
Over 15,000 Ash trees are dying on Norfolk roads, estates and houses which could become a national issue, as they will need management over the next 10 years. The disease known as Chalara causes leaf loss and dead branches on the top of the trees. Council officers and experts warned that the situation of the … Continue reading Council will try to fight killer tree disease
Norwich’s first Science Festival is a celebration of ground breaking scientific research associated with the city and is a partnership involving many organisations from across the region. The event is being held at the Forum from the 18th till the 30th of October and is for all age groups and all levels of knowledge and interest, with events ranging from pre-school play sessions to evening lectures; it is full of activities for all the family.
UEA Equestrian team trials will be held at Weston Equestrian Centre on Wednesday the 5th and 12th October with over forty students competing to form the BUCS (British Universities and College Sports) teams. In the end, only eight of them will be selected. Due to the amount of participants this year, the trials have had to be split. This means that both the dressage and showjumping will take place on the same day.
Last week a UEA (University of East Anglia) student and her partner were left hanging upside down on the Saw Ride at Thorpe Park. The incident occurred on Saturday the 8th of October around 12.40pm, just an hour after they had arrived at the park.