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2018 Hockey World Cup Preview
Matthew Moffatt   The 14th edition of the Men’s Hockey World Cup kicks off today in the Indian city of Bhubaneswar. Two time defending champions Australia are favourites going into the tournament but will face tough competition from the wo (More)
Trans Day of Remembrance 2018
This year marked the 19th annual Transgender Day of Remembrance. On November 20th across the world, members of the community joined together to remember lives lost from acts of violence against trans (More)
Do young people have a future in a post Brexit world?
Across the country, there has been a growing concern amongst young people about their futures in a post Brexit world. According to More)
The (br)exit of honest statistics - An opinion piece by Xavier Hatfield
According to Justice Minister Rory Stewart’s keen sense of belief, 80% of the British Public supported Theresa May’s draft Brexit deal before knowing what it contained. Stewart “produced” this entirely false percentage while being interviewed (More)
Does Brexit mean an Erasmus exit?
Brexit, a term which evokes confusion, anger, and a whole load of other emotions, is the UK's "buzz word" right now. All that’s clear is that Britain w (More)
Homeless at Christmas - A Documentary
Amid a growing crisis, figures have shown that nearly 100 homeless people died in Scotland last year. And for the first time in nine years, the number of people declaring homelessness and making emergency housing applications is on the rise. (More)
Trust Jack Foundation set to open Jack's Hub
  Stonehouse’s first-ever mental health hub will be opening in January thanks to the Trust Jack Foundation (T (More)
Allergy Advice - Bridge of Allan
Two recent deaths have occurred from allergy related incidents from food purchased at Pret a Manger. Businesses across the town of Bridge (More)
Bonfire Night!
Bee News captured live footage from Perth's annual Guy Fawkes' Day celebration! Presented to you by Cassidy Collins, content editor. Did your town celebrate? Feel free to comment your opinions of the bonfire night!     (More)
Stirling Students Protest to Free Palestine Stirling University students protested through the atrium last night in response to the University approving a talk from an Israeli diplomat. The march was led by students from the Socialist and Labour s (More)
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