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  • Articles for Press Gazette

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  • Loose stone corbel must be removed, says Hackney Council

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  • Victoria motorists pay nearly £1.5mil in parking fines

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  • Abandoned pub to make way for affordable housing on Frampton Estate

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  • Victoria Councilor: Labour has to stay united

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  • University of Exeter criticised for gender pay-gap

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  • Exeposé shortlisted for ‘Best Publication’ at Student Publication Association Awards

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  • Here we go again

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  • 60 per cent of Exeter Students admit to unsafe sex

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  • University of Exeter both criticised and lauded for spending almost £6,000 on biscuits in 2015

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  • University parking makes £350k in 2014/15

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  • Uni spends almost £6k on biscuits

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  • Exeter Vice-Chancellor fifth highest paid in Russell Group

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  • Former Exeposé editor wins national journalism award

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  • Ben Bradshaw faced with student protests after Syria Vote

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  • Students express concerns over bouncer behaviour

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  • EURFC launch fund-raising initiative

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  • Exeter students attend national #GrantsNotDebt demo

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  • Exeposé shortlisted for Guardian ‘Student Publication of the Year’ Award

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  • Freshers’ Week noise complaints down

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  • Global 100… But at what cost?

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  • Exeter named UK’s top university for sport

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  • How safe is Exeter?

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  • New student led publication launched on Penryn campus

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  • ‘Cecil’s Revenge’: Norwich pub commemorates famous lion by naming a new beer after him

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  • Just one per cent of fire alarms are real

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  • EXEPOSÉ EDITORIAL 18/05/15 – ‘PEOPLE VERSUS PAPER’

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  • New private student accommodation unveiled

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  • Lectures to be held in Northcott Theatre from September

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