Divorce Survival Guide

For anyone who has been through or in going through a divorce it’s a lot harder than people think. The process is tough whether you choose the DIY option or have a legal team involved. The life you built is picked through like scavengers picking over a carcass looking for any scraps that can be […] Read More

Hull City Council opens Polling Station consultation to the public

20 October 2017 Hull City Council Polling Districts and Polling Places consultation has been opened for public reaction today. As part the Local Government Boundary Commission for England’s plan to reduce the number of council ward’s. Under the current structure the city is divided into twenty-three section which are run by fifty-nine councillors’. Under the revised proposals the […] Read More

Dissertation Planning Tips

As students we all use the library. Like most I like to think that being half way through my second year, I’m pretty confident in finding the what I need. Last week however out tutor arranged a specialist session with Chris out librarian. I went asking myself “is this really needed?” The simple answer is […] Read More

Hull Monopoly Joins a Distinguished Club

The 7th of April saw Hull join a distinguished club including places such as New York, Portsmouth and Leeds. The 2017 City of Culture has been immortalised in the board game Monopoly. #hullcentral feeling slightly disappointed as just been to Waterstones to purchase the new #hullmonopoly however deliv not arrived yet — Sarah (@YorkRoseMedia) 7 April 2017 Finally got […] Read More