Temple in Leicester tackles organ donation shortages in ethnic minority groups

The life-threatening issue of organ donation shortages among those of an ethnic minority background is being tackled by Vanik Council UK, whose seminar in Leicester last year saw over 30 people register as a donor.

Video: How can we all be more sustainable this Christmas

Christmas is the most wonderful time of the year, but it is also one of the most wasteful.

DMU Theatre Society performs spectaculathon to packed audience

De Montfort University’s Theatre Society performed a Brothers Grimm Spectaculathon to a packed Y Theatre audience on Sunday (MAR17).

Review: Conflicts come to a head as ‘The Walking Dead’ ends its mid-season slow but steady

The mid-season finale of ‘The Walking Dead’ aired this week, and with the show once again going on its three month hiatus, the tenth season finds itself displaying a solid, yet somewhat underwhelming mid-point climax.

Review: Conflicts come to a head as ‘The Walking Dead’ ends its mid-season slow but steady

The mid-season finale of ‘The Walking Dead’ aired this week, and with the show once again going on its three month hiatus, the tenth season finds itself displaying a solid, yet somewhat underwhelming mid-point climax.

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Trans day of remembrance vigil

By Rosie Vacciana-Browne Today, there is a vigil set up in the Student Union to remember the transgender lives that have been lost due to transphobia. The LGBTQ+ society have created a space for students to come and pay their respects with paper to write their own written tributes. Alongside electric candles and some of the […]

Video: Fast fashion trends boost hand-made knitting sales make a comeback

As the winter weather approaches many of us are on the hunt for a cosy knit jumper to protect ourselves from the bitter cold. But where do the people of Leicester like to shop?

Video: Homeless voting outreach effort falls flat in Leicester

By Abigail Beresford, Andrew Picknell and Sara Pereira With the Christmas general election fast approaching, national efforts made to  encouraged the homeless to vote have not seen much traction in Leicester. With only 2% of the homeless registered to vote, grass roots initiatives in Bristol and Cardiff have been underway to encourage voter registration for […]

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DMUFC Weekly Blog (DEC 3): Successful week on and off the pitch

DMUFC secured two big wins on the pitch and another notable result away from it after reaching its final Movember target.

Leicester 2 Everton 1: Late finish from Kelechi Iheanacho secures Leicester three points against Everton

Kelechi Iheanacho’s stoppage time winner given by VAR saw Leicester scrape three points against Everton this afternoon.

Is Mourinho the answer Tottenham are looking for?

Jose Mourinho made his return to the Premier League for the third time in his career on Saturday (23rd November) a few days after being appointed Tottenham manager but is he the manager that Spurs are looking for?