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Rome: A Quick Travel Guide

(ARTICLE BY FIONA PATERSON)

 

 

Ready for a splash of culture and non-stop sight-seeing but you only have a couple of days to get away? Look no further than Rome, Italy. With historical, architectural and religious wonders galore there are a plethora of sights and locations to explore within the Italian capital. But with so much to see, where do you start? Here’s a quick guide to the top attractions you don’t want to miss and some handy tips for getting around the city.» >

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All-Inclusive Holidays: How to find some culture in your beach break

(ARTICLE BY FIONA PATERSON)

 

 

You are looking to book your next holiday, but which way do you go:culture or chill? Perhaps you are tired from the daily grind and fancy a holiday where you don’t have to do much but you still experience another country’s culture. Maybe you are a student who just wants to chill but feels pressured to travel gap year style and soak in the sights?» >

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6 of the Most Extreme Weather Records on Planet Earth

The weather is the most talked about topic in the UK; with 9 out of 10 Brits mentioning the matter every 6 hours. Nonetheless, after this article an overcast sky and light drizzle will become a welcome sight. Some of the following records are from some of the most hostile and unthinkable environmental conditions on the planet.

 

  1. Extreme Heat: 56.7was recorded in Death Valley, California on July 10th, 1913.
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Students Report Mental Health Problems

In recent years, mental health has become one of the most prevalent issues affecting people in the
UK. Approximately 1 in 4 people in the UK will experience a mental health problem each year. In
England, a staggering 1 in 6 people report experiencing a common mental health problem in any
given week. The most common mental health problem in England is generalised anxiety disorder
(GAD), affecting 5.9 out of 100 people.» >

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