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Students got talent and bingo at events night

Dorset Echo:

3:00pm Saturday 26th July 2014

STUDENTS from Weymouth College raised more than £1,500 for the Teenage Cancer Trust after hosting two charity events.

How can you be bored?

Dorset Echo:

3:00pm Saturday 26th July 2014

By LEON ELLIOTT, aged 17

Quit the cat-calling and objectifying females

Dorset Echo: Dorset web button

2:00pm Sunday 20th July 2014

ON the way to a friend’s house this week, I experienced the unnerving and uncomfortable sensation that is being beeped at by a group of men as I walked along the road. What seems to many as just a bit of fun in reality reveals how misogynistic, sexist and frankly rude our society still is towards women.

Redefining the term 'like a girl'

Dorset Echo:

2:00pm Sunday 20th July 2014

AFTER today, you will never use the phrase ‘like a girl’ in quite the same way, writes Ellie Mullan.

Festivals on your doorstep

Dorset Echo:

1:00pm Saturday 12th July 2014

WITH the likes of Reading and Leeds on the horizon, and Glastonbury ending just a couple of weeks ago, it is clear that festival season is well and truly underway, writes Ellie Mullen.

Keeping a lid on the prom hype

Dorset Echo:

5:42pm Friday 11th July 2014

WITH the number of pictures taking up not only the paper, but also everyone’s social networking pages, you would have to be hiding under a rock to not know that prom season is well and truly underway.

Idol Luis Suarez pays price for bite

Dorset Echo:

4:00pm Saturday 5th July 2014


VOICES: The road to 2022's World Cup

Dorset Echo: Leon Elliott

2:16pm Monday 30th June 2014


VOICES: Learning the language of love

Dorset Echo: VOICES: Learning the language of love

2:09pm Monday 30th June 2014

A GROUP of Year 9 students at the Thomas Hardye School have been learning the language of love.

VOICES: Coming out and finding suppport in Dorset

Dorset Echo: VOICES:

2:05pm Monday 30th June 2014

By Dylan Hayden

Tax avoidance is bigger issue than Barlow's OBE

Dorset Echo: Gary Barlow

12:00pm Saturday 7th June 2014

RECENT revelations of Gary Barlow's tax avoidance present the country with another challenge to overcoming poverty.

Profound impact of D-Day heroes

Dorset Echo: Reflecting on the beach

12:00pm Saturday 7th June 2014

Freedom, democracy and justice.

Caleb raises funds for Joseph Weld hospice

Dorset Echo: -

12:00pm Saturday 31st May 2014

CALEB MORRIS writes: I AM a 13 year-old school boy who attends Budmouth College.

Movie shows from Dorchester Youth Extra

Dorset Echo: -

12:00pm Saturday 31st May 2014

MEMBERS of Dorchester Youth Extra, pictured, have arranged to screen popular films on Saturday, June 7 in the Borough Gardens.

Lucky to be taking exams in Dorset

Dorset Echo: Juliet Goss

12:00pm Saturday 31st May 2014

JULIET GOSS, aged 17, writes:  I am currently basking in the joy of my newly-found freedom after finishing all of my exams. I’m slowly adjusting to life on the outside, free from a constant niggling stress and guilt for not doing more revision.

WOW Youth Musical Theatre - an act to follow

Dorset Echo: The Burger Palace Boys Jasper Jarman-Norris, 18, Joshua Brunell, 16, Callum Heinrich, 16, Adrian Bevan, 18, George Lyons, 15

9:00am Sunday 25th May 2014

THE societal opinion of the youth today is yet to shift in favour to our thinking. 2014 has seen us branded as incompetent sex addicts with little to no understanding as to how the ‘real world works’.

My journey with depression

Dorset Echo: STRUGGLE: Picture posed by model

2:00pm Saturday 17th May 2014

DEPRESSION is the main cause of illness and disability in teens, no matter where they live in the world, a report has found.

I kneaded to learn some baking skills

Dorset Echo: Dorset web button

3:00pm Saturday 10th May 2014

I’ve always wanted to go on a patisserie course, but I thought that I would be too young to do it, writes Budmouth College's Aidan Ritchie.

Exams are a testing time for us all

Dorset Echo: A student revises before an exam

3:00pm Saturday 10th May 2014

Exam season is looming and while some are glued to their desks, others decide to take the ‘I don’t care’ approach and start studying only days or even hours before they enter the exam hall, writes Bethany Soden.

Thomas Hardye School ready for European elections

Dorset Echo: Lloyd Hatton

2:00pm Sunday 4th May 2014

LLOYD HATTON, Student union president and Dorset MYP writes:

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