The Rose Theatre is facing a grim fight for survival after failing to secure vital arts funding needed to make up the recent £100k loss in council grants.
Unions flex their muscles in the largest display of public anger since Iraq war protests.
Nothing brings out the sun like an exam – and nothing makes the prospect of studying more soul destroying than peering out through library windows at what seems like hordes of carefree and tanned people, lounging in various staes of undress on some sun-dappled lawn.
Kingston is to be put on the Olympic map as both the male and female cycling road races pass through it.
Conviction of Kingston student for possession of cannabis raises questions for both students and staff at the university
Home-grown talent dominated the first ever UK visit of Red Bull’s popular free-running championships, Art of Motion.
Over 100, 000 protestors are expected to take to the streets of Central London tomorrow as they “March for the Alternative”
Last week saw tickets for London 2012 Olympic tickets go on sale for the first time.
Kingston University faces a day of disruption as lecturers join nationwide strikes over pay, pensions and job security
Chancellor George Osborne today announced plans to help young people get the necessary skills to return to work.