Liverpool John Moores University

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Oldest cooked leftovers ever found suggest Neanderthals were foodies
Pancake/flatbread with a ‘nutty’ taste is first evidence of complex cooking and food culture

Linda Geddes

23, Nov, 2022 @6:00 AM

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David Crow obituary
Other lives: Talented graphic designer who eventually moved into teaching at universities

Malcolm Garrett

10, Aug, 2022 @4:48 PM

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University guide 2023: Liverpool John Moores University
All you need to know about studying at Liverpool John Moores University

04, Sep, 2020 @9:09 PM

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Toppling Edward Colston’s statue is unlikely to be enough to stop public anger
Few imperial icons, including Churchill, are safe from the need to reappraise Britain’s past

Ben Quinn

10, Jun, 2020 @5:11 PM

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Liverpool students apologise for homeless-themed fancy dress
Students’ union to introduce guidelines after outcry over society’s ‘tramps’ night out’

Frances Perraudin

24, Oct, 2018 @9:54 AM

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Sprucing up Robert the Bruce: Scottish king's face gets 3D treatment
Facial reconstruction experts use cast of skull to recreate Bannockburn hero’s face in 3D digital images

Severin Carrell Scotland editor

08, Dec, 2016 @2:00 PM

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Sam Davies obituary
Other lives: Labour historian whose books documented Merseyside in the 1970s and 80s

Pat Hudson and Don MacRaild

05, Oct, 2016 @5:13 PM

Conference to discuss the state of local journalism after Leveson

Speakers will consider effects of new regulation

Roy Greenslade

16, Oct, 2014 @8:18 AM

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Disability is finally being included in debates about aid. About time too | James Thornberry
James Thornberry: DfID has promised to focus on disability, and it's not a moment too soon for the 800m disabled people in the developing world

James Thornberry

27, Jun, 2014 @4:02 PM

Journalism education conference to hear about blogging and Blippar

Panel will discuss internships and placements

Roy Greenslade

02, Jun, 2014 @10:42 AM

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Headspace helps to put a happy face on the children who look different

Art meets science in Liverpool as a top craniofacial surgeon enlists the help of the public to find a 'normal' head shape

Mark Seacombe

10, Nov, 2013 @12:04 AM

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Rebecca Goss: the mother whose poems for a lost baby see her tipped for prize

The pain of nursing and losing a sick baby inspired a collection of poems which have won Rebecca Goss a place on the Forward Poetry Prize shortlist. Vanessa Thorpe meets her leaving her beloved Liverpool to start a new chapter in life

Vanessa Thorpe

06, Jul, 2013 @11:04 PM

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