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Drug dealing student spared jail

Student admits selling drugs for over two years

UEA leaks sensitive student data in mass email

The University of East Anglia has apologised after highly sensitive student data was accidentally leaked to hundreds of other students.

Doctor's practice worker avoids jail over theft

43-year-old Jacqueline Wylie used her administrative position at the South Hylton Surgery in Sunderland to steal £11,949 for herself.

Two colleges merge in 'radical' transformation

The new college will become one of the biggest colleges in the country, hoping to employ 1,500 staff.

Cost of college increased after ‘significant’ losses

The cost of Adult Community Learning courses at Guernsey’s College of Further Education have been increased to help save States money.

Murray wins opening game at Wimbledon with ease

Defending champion Andy Murray has beaten Kazakhstan's Alexander Bublik 6-1 6-4 6-2 in the first round at Wimbledon.

Danger drugs alert at Kendal Calling

Several festival goers are being treated by paramedics

WhatsApp ends support for older phones after NYE

The popular messaging company will no longer offer support or updates on a number of older devices from the end of 2017.

Rumours: Manchester United to make Bale bid next summer

Manchester United to bid for Bale next summer and Hazard hopes Costa will make a Chelsea return.

Royal Mail staff set strike date

Royal Mail workers will strike for 48 hours from noon on October 19 in a dispute over pensions, pay and jobs.

Man who owed drug debt jailed

A man who owed a debt to drug dealers has been jailed for five years after enforcers left two guns on his doorstep.

Weinstein auditioned British actress 'in his bathrobe'

Romola Garai told the Guardian the encounter happened at the Savoy Hotel in London when she was 18.

Dispute between schools and council set to continue

An agreement between the schools and the council was made in April but talks have now broken down.

May attempts to woo youth vote as Tory conference opens

Theresa May will attempt to win over younger voters with announcements on tuition fees and home-buying at the Conservative Party conference.

Jersey's annual cider festival returns tomorrow

La Faîs’sie d’Cidre takes place at the the Hamptonne Country Life Museum on Saturday and Sunday.

Leaders call for end to threat against Catholic families

Northern Ireland’s political leaders have issued a joint statement calling for a threat against four Catholic families to be lifted.

The victims of the Spain terror attacks

Fourteen people have been killed in two terror attacks in Barcelona and the seaside resort of Cambrils.

Scientists discover space dust in white cliffs of Dover

Researchers believe their findings could help with space exploration in the future and explain events before Earth was created.

City Airport planes to be directed by digital control

The airport will decommission its traditional tower in 2019.

Students warned of 'toxic' risks of mixing alcohol and drugs

The Public Health Agency is warning students of the risk of mixing alcohol and drugs