18-year-old Newcastle University student found dead in Park View accommodation

The death is believed to be unrelated to Covid-19

An 18-year-old woman has died after being found unresponsive at Park View University accommodation in the early hours of Saturday morning.

Emergency services were called to Richardson Road at around 6am and Northumbria Police confirmed that the woman, a Newcastle University student, was pronounced dead at the scene.

According to The Chronicle, a police spokesperson said: “At 6.06am on Saturday police

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Police investigate alleged sexual assault at student accommodation amid claims of ‘fighting and abuse’ every night

Police are investigating reports of a sexual assault at a student accommodation block in Swansea.

Students have claimed they are the target for abuse and claim there is fighting every night at the city centre accommodation block due to a lack of on-site security.

They claim the problems at St Davids, behind Swansea train station, are so bad with fighting and property being destroyed that police are being called out

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Probe Scottish student accommodation decision at public inquiry, human rights body demands

The decision to send students to university halls in the pandemic should be probed at a public inquiry, the Scottish Human Rights Commission claimed.

The organisation is concerned about restrictions placed on students, the standard of the available accommodation and a lack of support for young people.

Scottish universities opened in recent weeks with thousands of people told to make their way to shared flats with little room to isolate

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Latest ezCheckPrinting Software Offers Accommodation For Quickbooks Customers For Remote Servers

QuickBooks customers get accommodation when using a remote server when utilizing the latest ezCheckprinting and virtual printer combo from Halfpricesoft.com. Download at no cost or obligation at Halfpricesoft.com.

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Halfpricesoft.com developers offer the latest ezCheckPrinting and virtual printer to include an easy way to work with QB and network servers. Seamlessly connect to a network and print checks from multiple computers on blank check

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New coronavirus testing unit set up in Newcastle near student accommodation

A mobile testing unit has been set up in a Newcastle suburb to give people more places to go to get tested.

A spokesman for Newcastle Council confirmed that the new unit was set up on Stoddart Street, in Shieldfield, to increase testing capacity.

The unit opened for tests last Saturday.

A number of student accommodation is in the Shieldfield area, and

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Types of accommodation in Ireland

Ever slept in a lighthouse? Or how about a medieval castle? Ireland’s accommodation is extremely varied – you’ll find a warm welcome and a tasty meal wherever your adventures take you. But what should you expect from those stars next to the hotel name? We’ve got the lowdown on Ireland’s accommodation rating scheme, so you know what’s going on in terms of service and quality (naturally, a warm welcome is

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Future Accommodation Model: one year on

Supporting Service personnel to love where they live

It’s now been a year since the launch of the Future Accommodation Model (FAM) pilot. So far, FAM has given over 1,000 personnel across three pilot sites (HMNB Clyde, Aldershot Garrison & RAF Wittering) financial support and more choice over where, how and with whom they live.

FAM allows eligible Service personnel at pilot sites to choose a variety of

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Sleep in Australia’s only underwater accommodation at Reefworld

The ocean is garbling in Great Barrier Reef speak, singing me to sleep like underwater whale song. I am burrowed stingray-style deep below, four metres beneath the surface of the ocean to be precise, in Australia’s first underwater accommodation, which looks and sounds like a gigantic fish tank.

Up above, wild Whitsunday winds – the type you can expect when you’re perched on the outer reef and a three hours’

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Calif. Bar Takers Can’t Change Disability Accommodation Plan


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Deep Vellum will reissue ‘The Accommodation,’ a history of racial politics in Dallas, next fall

A 199-page book published in 1987 has again caught our eyes. The Accommodation: The Politics of Race in an American City, by journalist Jim Schutze, chronicles the history of race and racism in Dallas. Viewing the long-out-of-print text as vital reading to understand the city, some Dallas residents have shared the book among themselves digitally and in bootleg form for decades. Back in June, an unknown vigilante began tweeting it

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Derek Mackay still claiming expenses for Edinburgh accommodation

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Mr Mackay had been widely tipped as a future first minister prior to his resignation

Derek Mackay has continued to claim expenses for accommodation in Edinburgh despite not having been seen at the Scottish Parliament since quitting as finance secretary in February.

Mr Mackay stepped down after admitting he “behaved foolishly” by messaging a 16-year-old boy on social media.

He is now an independent MSP

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Students in Scotland can only return home from university accommodation if they plan to stay put

Students in various parts of the UK have been told to self-isolate in their accommodation, as coronavirus cases soar among the student population in cities including Glasgow, Edinburgh and Manchester.



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Many students are now quarantining in their university halls or private student accommodation, after spikes were seen across the UK, but Scottish students have now been told they can return home from university accommodation on

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EEOC: Quest Diagnostics revoked religious accommodation after 10 years, violating Title VII

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  • Quest Diagnostics violated federal law when it revoked a phlebotomist’s religious accommodation that had been in place for 10 years, the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) alleged in a lawsuit filed Sept. 24 (Equal Employment Opportunity Commission v. Quest Diagnostics, No. 3:20-cv-02939 (N.D. Tex. Sept. 24, 2020)).
  • The employee was a Seventh-day Adventist whose religious beliefs prevented her from working from sundown on Friday
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The lowdown on rent and finances as universities tackle a term like no other * Coronavirus – latest updates * See all our coronavirus coverage As university terms get under way around the UK, students are facing a new academic year like no other. Some have beenlocked down in halls , others have learned that their lessons will be online only for the next two

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POSH Flagship Offshore Accommodation Vessels, Arcadia And Xanadu, Win Long-Term Charters With Petrobras

Offshore marine services provider, PACC Offshore Services Holdings (“POSH”), today announced that its two flagship offshore accommodation semi-submersible accommodation vessels (“SSAVs”) – POSH Arcadia and POSH Xanadu – have secured long-term charters with Petrobras.

Mr Ulva Chai, Managing Director, Offshore Services, POSH, said, “We are proud for POSH to have both flagship SSAVs simultaneously secure long-term charters with Petrobras amid stiff competition. Amid COVID-19, we will work to ensure the

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It’s true that women escaping domestic abuse can get a free train ticket in Great Britain if they are travelling to refuge accommodation

You may have seen a claim spreading online that women escaping domestic violence for refuge can currently travel for free on UK trains. We’ve seen one post of this kind shared over 70,000 times on Facebook since it was posted on 16 August 2020.

There is a scheme co-ordinated by the charity Women’s Aid, that allows a person experiencing domestic abuse with a confirmed refuge space to access a free

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Accommodation industry restarts Oct. 1 with ‘safe staycation’ campaign targeted at locals



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HOTELS AND RESORTS in many areas will be allowed to accept guests again starting Oct. 1, with the Department of Tourism (DoT) hoping to restart operations geared towards domestic holidaymakers with a “safe staycation” campaign.

“We welcome the approval of the Inter-Agency Task Force for the Management of Emerging Infectious Diseases (IATF-EID) to permit ‘staycations’ or a minimum of an

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Students isolating in Queen’s University Belfast accommodation after Covid-19 outbreak

CLOSE TO 100 students in Queen’s University Belfast are believed to be self-isolating after 30 students at the college tested positive for Covid-19. 

Last night, Queen’s University said that a “small number of students at one Queen’s Accommodation site” have tested positive for the virus. 

The BBC is reporting that 30 cases of the virus have so far been recorded in the college-run accommodation, which is home to 3,000 students

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Someone is going around locking up the fire exits with chains at Leeds student accommodation

Students and parents have been left furious after a fire exit was locked shut twice at student accommodation.

The students living at Marsden House in Burley Road alerted West Yorkshire Fire & Rescue Service (WYFRS) when chains and cable tires were found tying the doors closed last week.

WYFRS went to the scene and removed the lock so the students were safe.

But just a few days later, students were

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Homeless charities demand action in the Budget as latest figures show 8,700 in emergency accommodation



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CHARITIES HAVE URGED the government to take action in next month’s Budget as the latest figures showed that just over 8,700 people were homeless in Ireland in August.

The 8,702 people in emergency accommodation last month was a slight decrease on the 8,728 people homeless in July. 

There were an extra five adults – 6,082 people – homeless last month  but

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