More Students are going to university – but is it worth it?

Since the turn of the millennium, numbers of new undergraduate and postgraduate students have been going up and up. Research by the Higher Education Statistics Agency show this – with student numbers rising by just under 400,000 since the year 2000 – and that’s despite the rise in student loan fees earlier this decade during […]

Jacob Ottaway talks to SLOW RAGE about the music industry

Most young bands get off the ground by gigging live at every opportunity – quite a few with covers before writing their own music. However, one Surrey based duo have been working together for nearly two years without releasing any music or performing live – but studying the industry first. Jacob Ottaway went to pay […]

‘I don’t know if or when I’ll get cancer treatment’

An Essex woman with stage four lung and bone cancer is calling for her treatment to be reinstated, after having her chemotherapy cancelled until at least August. Louise McAllan, from Chelmsford, is battling cancer for a second time, having been diagnosed with breast cancer in 2013. Following successful treatment, she was finally discharged from cancer […]

Three Peaks, Two Bike Journeys, One Epic Challenge

Imagine the prospect of climbing the Three Peaks. The three tallest UK summits; Ben Nevis in Scotland, Scaffell Pike in England, and Snowdon in Wales. Altogether, that’s over 11,000 feet – and that doesn’t include the descending, only the ascending. Daunting, right? Well imagine that you do them all in the space of a week, […]