A Napier University poll has revealed that only 29.5% of its students back Scottish independence. The survey was […]
Earlier this month Buzz Magazine asked Napier students their opinions on the issue of Scottish independence. 569 students (3.3% […]
Napier Graduate Lynsey Sharp was turned away from Meadowbank Stadium this week as result of poor ground management. […]
Edinburgh’s sick children got a dose of Christmas cheer yesterday when 100 free copies of children’s classic, Peter […]
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A Mexican Archbishop today called for a cease to country’s bloody battle against drug cartels. His plea comes at the funeral of the latest 18 victims to be caught up in gang violence.
The Archbishop of Morelia told mourners that he hoped these deaths “may act as a seed to produce a different Mexico – a brotherly, fair and just one.”
The motive for the deaths is not clear. The victims were a group of mechanics who alledgedly saved up to go on holiday together. They disappeared on 30th September, shortly after leaving their home town of Morelia.
The Mayor of Morelia called upon citizens to rally together in the face of tragedy, adding “crime will not break our spirits”.
Police discovered the mass grave after two unidentified men declared in an online video they had been ordered to kill and bury the tourists. The bodies of the two men were found alongside the murdered holiday-makers.
By Ryan C. Gavan Mike Russell, the Cabinet Secretary for Education in Scotland, has promised not to introduce […]
By Joel Sked Studying at university has taken a step further into the digital age thanks to the […]
On 25 March, the Edinburgh based writer, Prof Alexander McCall Smith, the author of over sixty books (including […]
Cabinet Secretary for Justice Kenny MacAskill popped into the radio studio to speak with our reporters about the […]
2009 was the year of homecoming, and 2010 is the year of outgoing for some university students. Our […]
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Students at Edinburgh Napier University are to hold a series of protests this week over the removal of […]
by Wendy Wan Students have been protesting at Edinburgh Napier University following allegations that copies of the newspaper […]
by Linn Dupont Today is the official launch of the Centre for Nano Safety at Edinburgh’s Napier University. […]
By Amy Sutherland Nursing and midwifery students at Edinburgh Napier University have been informed by email that they are […]
By:Fiona Gardner & Lauren Redpath Loan delays still causing problems The Student Loans Company (SLC) is being blamed […]
BY BRIONNY LEIPER A state of the art computer game facility was opened at Edinburgh Napier University on […]
BA Journalism students had extra cause to celebrate when they graduated this week. History was made when forty […]