UK And Australian Universities Come Together In Collaboration

Dave Phoenix | Posted 17.10.2017 | UK
Dave Phoenix

Following the UK's decision to leave the European Union, it is even more important for us to look to the future, not the past. Modern universities are key drivers of social mobility, economic growth and the high quality, higher education professional and technical programmes which are essential for the 21st century. Backed by our Department for International Trade, there are new imperatives to broaden our horizons and look further afield for partnerships, collaboration and knowledge exchange. It is up to us to seize these opportunities and with our colleagues in Australia we are most definitely up and running.

My Nightmare On Wheels - The School Run

Sharon Brison | Posted 03.05.2017 | UK Parents
Sharon Brison

School mornings are about waking up and swearing that tonight the kids really will go to bed before stupid o'clock and that you will not sit up watching Nashville and checking FB until 1.30am.

Why Scottish Nurse Pauline Cafferkey's Trip To Sierra Leone Is So Vital For The Ebola Orphans Still Living With The Virus' Devastating Impact

Imogen Calderwood | Posted 25.04.2017 | UK
Imogen Calderwood

Nurse Pauline Cafferkey hit the headlines in December 2014 when she became the first person in the UK to be diagnosed with Ebola during the devastatin...

Be Grateful for the People Who Help You Go That Extra Mile

Jackie Scully | Posted 29.03.2017 | UK Lifestyle
Jackie Scully

My dad is one of my running inspirations. It means so much to me that he was the person I started running with on chemo two years ago. And, it means even more that he's still taking every step with me.

Why You Shouldn't Let Anyone Stop You #MovingForward In Life

Jackie Scully | Posted 20.02.2017 | UK Lifestyle
Jackie Scully

I started running because I wanted to show cancer that it could take a lot of things - my hair, my right boob, my tummy fat (to create the new boob) and my dignity - but it would never take my smile.

Running Home From Rome

Laura Maisey | Posted 19.01.2017 | UK Sport
Laura Maisey

In October 2014, I started attending Project Awesome workouts at the crack of dawn, run by Danny Bent. Shortly after I joined, a guy called Dave joine...

The Stark Beauty of Winter Running

Laura Maisey | Posted 20.12.2016 | UK Lifestyle
Laura Maisey

Maybe it's the stoic Englishwoman in me that thrives on cold weather. Maybe it's the joy of being in conditions traditionally seen as unfavourable and finding beauty in them. Maybe it's the wonder of seeing the seasons change.

We Were Born Barefoot: Running Naturally in Vibram FiveFinger Minimalist Footwear

Sarah Leighton | Posted 18.09.2016 | UK Lifestyle
Sarah Leighton

The majority of shod runners land with a heel strike, and they do so because the cushioned heel allows this without pain. However, this does not eliminate the forces which are imposed on the body by heel striking, and these forces have been associated with injury.

Showing: 'Wall To Wall' Group Show at Hang-Up Gallery with Exclusive Indoor Installation by RUN

Milena Kotseva | Posted 04.06.2014 | UK Entertainment
Milena Kotseva

It is true that street art uses the city walls as its main canvas, but it also a fact that the movement has took the gallery challenge and it now resides within the white cube quite comfortably - a sign of its resilient and dichotomous nature...

'Wall To Wall' In the Making featuring RUN's exclusive 'Overflow' install

Milena Kotseva | Posted 23.05.2014 | UK Entertainment
Milena Kotseva

Street art is controversial, challenging and dichotomous, but is also a way of life; a sort of unique persona; 'religion.' It is organically intertwined with the urban environment and its aesthetics, though unconventional, is truly original.

On the Streets Invaded - RUN, Borondo, Alexis Diaz, Pixel Pancho, Space Invader, Martha Cooper, Vinz

Ben J. Cotton | Posted 17.05.2014 | UK Entertainment
Ben J. Cotton

With the weather starting to feel like a 'street art weather', there has been some proper creative energy flowing on the streets. Leading off this week's review is RUN's impressive new wall in London.

On The Streets: The Freshest Global Street Art - 24 January 2014

Ben J. Cotton | Posted 31.03.2014 | UK Entertainment
Ben J. Cotton

This week's 'On the Streets' is a hefty combination of brilliant examples of visual art in public indoor and outdoor spaces.

Fancy Taking Part in the 2014 Virgin London Marathon?

Steve Halsall | Posted 21.06.2013 | UK Sport
Steve Halsall

Running is more than just completing a race; it is the solution to many of life's problems. You always feel better in yourself after a run, with greater clarity and a more positive perspective. It keeps you in shape and involves very little kit. Two to three pairs of fitted running shoes a year equates to it costing less than a £1 per day, which in the current climate a cost effective way to stay in shape.

The Week That Was: To Run

Carla Buzasi | Posted 20.06.2013 | UK
Carla Buzasi

People run for all kinds of reasons: to raise money for good causes, to get fit and healthy, to get away from the rest of the world, and sometimes just to prove to themselves they can. A bomb designed to wreak havoc and take lives is never justifiable; to detonate one at the heart of an event where people have come together for the sheer joy of running seems most especially cruel. Running is often a solitary sport, but if there is any positive to be gained from this week's events, it is the way not only a city came together, but an entire country. People united in one goal: to find those responsible.

My Love/Hate Relationship

Jennifer Riddall | Posted 16.04.2013 | UK Sport
Jennifer Riddall

One passion - or more accurately love/hate affair - that I am happy to talk about is running. We've had our ups and downs, but it all started with a 5k Race For Life seven years ago and grew from there.