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Heinous nude-sharing group exposed by recruitee

An Aberdeen based Snapchat group sharing nude pictures of girls has been uncovered by a North-East College student, who posted a screenshot on Twitter after he was invited to join the heinous group.

 
China ends the 25-year ban on rhino horn and tiger bone usage

On Monday, China legalised the use of rhinoceros horns and tiger bones for medical, scientific and educational purposes. According to local beliefs, "drugs" based on rhino horns or tiger bones act on potency, fever, insomnia and more.

 
Harvey Weinstein: One Year On

It has been little over a year since the first allegations against Harvey Weinstein broke in the New York Times. What has the past year had in store for the movie mogul and has anything changed?

 
Student's Guide to Halloween

Every year different venues across the city centre host Halloween themed nights. Here is a list of what is going on during this spooky season.

 
Best moisturisers for under £15

With the colder weather setting in its important to look after our skin. Here is Radar's list of best moisturisers for under £15 that will help keep your skin healthy and looking fresh.

 
 

The Mueller Report: What it Said, and What it Didn’t

Sun 21 Apr 2019

A couple weeks ago, Special Counsel Robert Mueller finished his report on President Trump’s ties with Russia and obstruction of justice.

 
Candlelit Vigil to be Held in Memory of Aberdeen Teenager

Tue 26 Mar 2019

Candles will light up Aberdeen’s Broad Street with mourners taking part in a 2-minute silence by the water fountain outside Marshall College.

 
First All-Female Spacewalk Cancelled Over Lack of Spacesuits

Tue 26 Mar 2019

NASA confirmed plans for the first all-female spacewalk in history was thrown out due to sizing issues of a second space suit.

 
Speak Up, Speak Out

Mon 25 Mar 2019

In school Jasmine used art as a form of escapism. In order to avoid the thrashings from her toxic girlfriend. Jasmine says: “She wasn’t allowed in the art department because she didn’t take the subject. She couldn’t stop me from going there, it was a

 
What Can You Do With Your Media Degree?

Sun 24 Mar 2019

The media industry is such a wide sector, there are a number of career paths to go down with the media degree. Some areas would include marketing, content creation, digital media, film production, interactive media design, social media and advertisin

 
The Disappearance of Madeleine McCann”: A review of the new Netflix series

Sun 24 Mar 2019

Many may reflect on 2007 as being a simpler time before life began to feel governed by Instagram, the Kardashians and Donald Trump. However, in May of the same year the world was rocked by arguably the most famous missing persons case in history.

 
Captain Marvel Review

Sun 24 Mar 2019

“Higher. Further. Faster.” On International Women’s Day Marvel did more to advance their treatment of women in 124 minutes than they have in 11 years of production.

 
Fed up of Listening to the Same Songs? Here’s How to Discover New Music

Sun 24 Mar 2019

Do you ever feel stuck listening to the same album by the same artist on the same platform? Fear not, here are a few Radar tips on discovering new music.

 
Planning Study Abroad? Helpful Tips and Facts

Sun 24 Mar 2019

Making the decision to go study abroad takes a lot of consideration. It is also an exciting time when you find out where in the world you can spend a semester, or even a whole year. Wherever tops your list of preferred destinations, study abroad take

 
Clueless Remake: What We Know so Far

Sun 24 Mar 2019

Following recent news, Clueless, a 90s high school chick flick classic, box office smash and cult classic, has been set for a modern remake and the fans of the original movie have shared mixed feelings.

 
Aberdeen Horror-Themed Pub to be Transformed into metropolitan Club After a Complete Rebranding.

Thu 21 Mar 2019

Horror lovers will soon lose one of the most famous Aberdeen pubs on Belmont Street. It is rebranding but Aberdonians are not giving up.

 
New Zealand Prime Minister Bans Military Style Weapons

Thu 21 Mar 2019

The Prime Minister of New Zealand, Jacinda Ardern, has confirmed that new laws will be put in place to ban semi-automatic and assault rifles following the Christchurch mosque attacks.

 
Graduate Apprenticeships at RGU See Major Expansion

Wed 20 Mar 2019

Developed by Skills Development Scotland, the programme started off with two courses - one for IT Management and Software Development. However, these courses have gone into a number of new sectors.

 
Professor Sarah Pedersen: A view of women in academics

Tue 19 Mar 2019

If you’ve had the pleasure of being taught by Professor Pedersen you may have been treated to the story of an occasion in which her research was taken out of context and made global headlines.

 
A man has been arrested after a terror attack in mosques in New Zealand.

Tue 19 Mar 2019

The man in his late 20s has been charged with murder after the fatal mass shootings saw dozens of people killed and many more seriously injured.

 
Scottish Schools are First to Have LGBT+ Classes

Tue 19 Mar 2019

All pupils in Scottish state schools will be the first in the world to have LGBT+ history, movements, and issues embedded into their curriculum. This is an historic moment in history as only eighteen years ago local authorities in the UK were banned

 
 
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