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Gabriella Swerling – a journalism student who we took on for 12 months as an intern – went on to land a place on The Times’ graduate scheme. This year she was also nominated for a Young Journalist of the Year award – and is about to return to the Manchester office as North West […]
Claire Kearney set up a crowdfunding page to raise money for a grief support group called Chipmunks at the primary school which Adam Whitehurst’s daughters attend. Chipmunks supports children who have lost parents or are young carers. We raised just over £400 for that by holding 3 events over a week – Bupa Great Manchester […]
Campaigning is at the heart of what we do and our editorial investment allows top journalists to shine a light into dark corners. This year, in a campaign against domestic violence The Sun calls on the Government to end a domestic violence scandal that shames the UK — by reversing the closure of refuges for […]
An amazing 218 Sun readers are now back in work – thanks to the Sunemployment Roadshows. At the popular Sunemployment roadshow more than 200 readers landed jobs on the spot with a further 1,400 winning work trials and interviews at leading firms
The Sun continues to support Coppafeel & Check’em Tuesday with weekly editorial. The Sun joined forces with CoppaFeel! in order to encourage women to check their breasts on a regular basis. “I’m really proud to be part of this and to be joining up with Coppafeel! We thought we could do some real good […]
The Sun have launched a charity campaign and appealed to the army of wonderful Sun readers, to pick up their knitting needles for needy kids and their families who were devastated by the earthquake in Nepal. The Sun teamed up with knitting charity Loving Hands and Operation Orphan to support families with clothing and blankets. Sun […]