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Chocolate lovers are in for a tasty treat this weekend at charity event taking place in this city.
Children and staff at the University of Chester’s Warrington Campus Nursery are celebrating after receiving an ‘Outstanding’ rating from Ofsted inspectors.
The stretch of borderland between England and Wales, known as the March of Wales, has long been a region of contention.
Have you thought about why we consider some people’s behaviour, dress sense or home décor to be in bad taste?
A young woman from Warrington, who has been diagnosed with borderline personality disorder (BPD,) has been working with students at the University of Chester to try and challenge some of the misconceptions associated with the mental illness.
The University of Chester has won an Upper Second Class Award and been ranked 33 out of 151 universities in the People & Planet University League 2015 – the UK’s only comprehensive and independent green ranking of universities unveiled today, January 20.
The Chancellor of the Exchequer, The Rt Hon George Osborne MP, officially opened the University of Chester’s Thornton Science Park today (Friday, January 16, 2015).
An academic from the Department of Biological Sciences at the University of Chester is leading a research team that has taken a remarkable photograph of the live birth of a thresher shark, which has cast light on the lives of these elusive, vulnerable fish.
The University of Chester’s Institute of Policing was officially opened last night (Tuesday, January 13) at an event attended by police staff, University employees and policing students.
The science behind rugby is tackled in a new book edited by two leading sports science experts at the University of Chester.
Have you ever considered how processes make the world function? They provide structure and order, deliver goods and services and when they break down, society somehow fails.