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Dozens of young reporters, who won a £1,000 prize and a unique journalism experience in the annual Translink Little Reporters competition, descended on the Belfast Telegraph's offices last week before being sent out on their first job to Translink's Train Maintenance Depot. (stock photo)

Translink Little Reporters 2019 from St MacNissi's Primary School get the scoop! 

Dozens of young reporters, who won a £1,000 prize and a unique journalism experience in the annual Translink Little Reporters competition, descended on the Belfast Telegraph's offices last week before being sent out on their first job to Translink's Train Maintenance Depot. The 30 aspiring writers were victorious in the competition after submitting impressive articles highlighting the benefits of travelling by train or bus. Armed with pens and notepads, they recorded what they saw on their adventure and returned to the classroom to bring you this special report on their experiences.

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Belfast Met has a comprehensive social inclusion policy to cater for its diverse range of students and has recently been recognised as Northern Ireland’s first college of Sanctuary. We talk to a Syrian refugee who wants to use his engineering skills in NI once qualified, a mum from the Traveller community studying to become a solicitor and a non-binary student who is helping to create a more inclusive society for people here.

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