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Recent News

Monday 21 July 2014

Danny is prepared to floor the competition

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Thursday 17 July 2014

Education is inclusive at Anglia Ruskin

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Thursday 17 July 2014

How to help your ears survive festival season

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Thursday 10 July 2014

New University Centre for King's Lynn

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Wednesday 9 July 2014

Why it's personal for climate change scientists

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Wednesday 9 July 2014

Fish follow friends to find new food sources

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Monday 7 July 2014

Thousands party on the Piece for Big Weekend

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Thursday 3 July 2014

Hospital medics get state-of-the-art training

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Latest News

Gold shows Judoka Danny has recipe for success

Monday 28 July 2014

Danny Williams achieved an extraordinary Commonwealth Games gold medal following a punishing six-day weight loss programme.

If eating six tiny meals a day, almost completely devoid of carbohydrates, had taken its toll by the end of Friday, it did not show as he defeated Adrian Leat of New Zealand 10-0 on points to triumph in the U73kg category.

Danny had already seen off th....

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Honour for long-serving music therapist

Monday 28 July 2014

An academic from Anglia Ruskin University has become the first ever recipient of the World Federation of Music Therapists' Clinical Impact Award.

Amelia Oldfield, Professor of Music Therapy, was presented with the honour during the opening ceremony of the 14th World Congress of Music Therapy earlier this month.

The conference, held in Krems, Austria, was attended by over 1,....

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War poetry given female voice for new app

Thursday 24 July 2014

A new interactive app featuring 45 of Wilfred Owen's war poems has been released to coincide with the centenary of the start of the First World War.

Together with Siegfried Sassoon, Ivor Gurney and Robert Graves, Owen was one of a group of soldiers who became famous for documenting the horrors of the conflict through poetry but was the only one of the quartet to die in action, killed a....

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Railway policy could be just the ticket for Ed

Tuesday 22 July 2014

A new poll by the Labour History Research Unit at Anglia Ruskin University suggests Labour's latest moves regarding the railway network may be helpful to the party's vote in crucial marginal seats in next year's General Election.

Reports indicate that, building on the success of the East Coast franchise, a Labour Government will allow not-for-profit firms to bid to run parts of the rai....

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