A Fairtrade event is set to appeal to young people

By Nathan Rodrigues A city eco-movement is targeting children through an activity day to raise awareness, at the end of the month. Leicester Fairtrade group will have a variety of stalls and cupcake decorating for children at the event in St. Martin’s Square on Saturday February 28. The founder of Just Fairtrade, Sarah Shepherd, explained […]

Newsday

Students are today taking part in a Newsday which will see stories about DMU and Leicester posted on The Leicestershire Press. Leicester Centre for Journalism Director John Dilley said: “This is a fantastic opportunity for students across all three years of the degree programme and the Post Grads to work together on a live news […]

Practice makes perfect

A serious assault on a woman and a hedgehog survey were two of the stories tackled by Journalism students today as part of their preparation for their Reporting exam later this term. Post Graduate students had to write a tweet, web headline and a series of stories, as well as answer  questions on ethics and news gathering practice […]

Local traders fear demolition impact

Chaos to be caused on Sunday to local businesses

Top film director gives advice to DMU students

Students were treated to a talk at the Leicester Media School