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More power in politics through the use of internet

Dorset Echo:

3:00pm Sunday 14th December 2014

By Jack Welch, aged 21

Have you ever not felt accepted somewhere?

Dorset Echo:

3:00pm Sunday 14th December 2014

PEOPLE are strange... when you’re a stranger.

‘Exploitation’ of truce to promote festive goods

Dorset Echo:

11:00am Sunday 7th December 2014

IT’S December. That means Christmas festivities are in full swing: carol concerts, decorating trees and another tradition – Christmas adverts.

‘Inspired’ to keep on volunteering

Dorset Echo:

4:00pm Saturday 29th November 2014

By SOPHIE GRANT-FOALE

Global warming a big threat to polar bears

Dorset Echo:

4:00pm Saturday 29th November 2014

By RACHAEL HARPER

No picture perfection with photo techniques

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4:00pm Sunday 23rd November 2014

By Rachael Harper

The bottom line on Kim Kardashian's ‘shelfie’

Dorset Echo:

4:00pm Sunday 23rd November 2014

IT’S what the whole world’s been talking about this week: Kim Kardashian on the front cover of Paper magazine.

'Tis the season to get into the festive spirit

Dorset Echo:

3:00pm Saturday 15th November 2014

IT’S November: that’s right, the songs have slowly leaked on to the radio, every shop now has a section dedicated to stockings and festive chocolate, and that famous John Lewis advert has pulled at the heartstrings of anyone who has watched it.

Children perform to say thank you for rights

Dorset Echo:

3:00pm Saturday 8th November 2014

By LUCY ARMSTRONG, Dorchester Youth Council chair

It can take time finding your own place

Dorset Echo:

4:00pm Saturday 1st November 2014

SO, there’s been a major increase in the number of young people living at home. It’s estimated that around three million of us are still lodging with mum and dad.

Still remembering 9/11 like it was only yesterday

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3:00pm Saturday 25th October 2014

THE thirteen years of recovery since 9/11 have given people time to heal, yet it still seems just a moment ago.

Fighting for a balance between the genders

Dorset Echo:

3:00pm Saturday 25th October 2014

By ELEANOR TAYLOR, aged 17

We must start talking about mental illness

Dorset Echo:

4:00pm Saturday 11th October 2014

By ESTHER OSBORNE

Specialist academy opens Fair Trade shop

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4:00pm Sunday 5th October 2014

A FAIRTRADE shop has opened inside a specialist academy in Weymouth for children with disabilities.

My first hand look at how war tore a country apart

Dorset Echo:

4:00pm Sunday 5th October 2014

BEING selected to be a young delegate for a programme to visit Bosnia-Herzegovina, where the country is still reasonably new in its origins after the breakup of the former Yugoslavia at the end of the Cold War, I was keen to reserve any expectations about my visit until my arrival, writes JACK WELCH.

From Hogwarts student to equality campaigner

Dorset Echo:

4:00pm Saturday 27th September 2014

We first came across Emma Watson as a fresh-faced, bushy- haired Hermione Granger in the beloved Harry Potter films.

Leaving home to begin a new life at university

Dorset Echo:

3:00pm Saturday 20th September 2014

By Ellie Mullan

Spending money carefully across three years at University

Dorset Echo:

3:00pm Saturday 20th September 2014

SUCCESSFULLY managing your money at university is as important to your happiness as getting to grips with a new course, getting to know a new town and making new friends.

Good citizens helping the community

Dorset Echo:

3:00pm Saturday 13th September 2014

TEENAGERS in Dorchester, Weymouth and Portland have marked the end of their National Citizen Service (NCS) course by holding a number of different charity events and launches.

Eating with your family is good for mental health

Dorset Echo:

4:00pm Sunday 7th September 2014

DO you eat with your family? A new study says that family meals are good for teenagers’ mental health.

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