I am a student at Salford University working towards an NCTJ and MA in Journalism. I am trying to document that progression. I come from a BA background in History and English Literature.
Which means I am starting from scratch.
I'd like to work online or as a reporter at a newspaper. I want to get into the thick of research and learn how to create great content on multimedia platforms.
RAPAR is a charity working with refugees and displaced people who went to the French refugee camp known as the Jungle in March and documented camp conditions. The open letter was sent by recorded delivery on April 7 2016, since then the charity haven't received any communication from the Prime Minister or his representatives.
St Mary's Sexual Assault Referral Centre (SARC) based at Old St Mary's Hospital, is holding their fourteenth annual conference over the next two days at the Midland Hotel in Manchester. The conference begins on Friday, April 21 and its speakers include Ian Hopkins, the Chief Constable of Greater Manchester Police, and Dr Nina Burrowes, a Psychologist specialising in sexual abuse.
At its movie night the society will present Paradise Now, a film that covers the decisions of two potential Palestinian suicide bombers. Rebuild Rethink Society are asking attendees to question "what constitutes the highest value, life or freedom?"
By Abigail Frazer CANCER sufferers in Bolton are struggling to pay for wigs and hair supports after treatment. That is the view of Charlene Wallis who supplies wigs from her of Diamond Dazzle Hair and Accessories supplies business on Bolton Market.
By Abigail Frazer YOUNG people from across Bolton are being urged to apply for a place on a Prince's Trust programme. Greater Manchester Fire and Rescue Service is recruiting unemployed people aged 16-25 in Bolton for the12-week course. The programme, starting on January 25 and running from Bolton Central Fire Station, gives young people qualifications and skills to make them more employable.
EXCLUSIVE interviews with the Leading Mayoral candidates for Salford - Labour's Paul Dennett and the Conservatives' Robin Gorrido - show clashing views regarding the academisation of the city's schools. Mr Dennett has publicly refused to support the forced Tory change of all Salford schools becoming academies by 2020.
QUAYS News entertainment reporter Abigail Frazer went to watch The Hogwallops at the Lowry in Salford on Friday night (October 16), here's what she made of it... When arriving at the Lowry I wasn't sure what to expect from The Hogwallops as the write ups had been somewhat vague.
A YOUNG Olympic swimming hopeful from Salford who suffers with bouts of paralysis has raised more than £15,000 for charity. 13-year-old Ethan Evans has been affected by a sudden diagnosis of Hemiplegic Migraine Syndrome, which mimics a stroke, but has still managed to swim to success.
THE prominence of homeless people in Manchester has grown dramatically since April 19, 2015 following a march by homeless people and their supporters. It began at Piccadilly and worked its way to the town hall, where protestors attempted to cross the public space, deciding to go in one entrance and out the other.
BRITISH singer-songwriter Samm Henshaw performed along with several support acts at the Deaf Institute in Manchester. Quays News entertainment reporter Abigail Frazer was there for us... Samm Henshaw had the most amazing line up of artists to his last show at the Deaf Institute, including the brilliant Ben Abraham and Mahalia.