St Patricks Day at O’Neill’s

by Oliver Huxtable Celebrations are kicking off at O’Neill’s this St Patrick’s Day and promise a day of ‘ceoil agus craic’ – music and fun. The festivities are expected to draw a huge following. Steve Thorn, 34, the bar manager, said: “We’re expecting to be at capacity by about half four. Last year we were packed to […]

DMU £42 million Creative and Cultural Centre to be completed in July 2016

By Aliyah Loughlan De Montfort University’s 42 million Creative and Cultural Centre is to be completed for July 2016. The Fletcher Tower is in refurbishment; other buildings are in development in order to enhance the modern look for DMU. Worldwide contractors Balfour Beatty are working hard to get the project completed in time for the […]

Premier League TV deal leaves fans wondering if the money is spent correctly

By Mark Sheppard Football fans are questioning where the money from TV rights is invested and why they rarely see the benefits from such financial rewards. A new deal that saw Sky and BT Sport secure the rights to broadcast Premier League matches for three seasons is worth a record £5.136 billion. This has left […]

Talking Employability: Is a degree really worth all that time and money ?

By: Maren Mahnke Thousands of university students are about to graduate and flood the already crowded job market. Three years and a total of £27.000 of fees is what it is going to take for one to get an accredited certification. Often that means students have to get into debt at a very young age […]