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RSS news feeds

RSS - which is short for either "Really Simple Syndication" or "Rich Site Summary" - offers an easy way to keep you up-to-date with the latest content on web sites.

Instead of having to actually visit a web site in order to find out if there is any new content, you can use RSS to get the site to automatically tell you when new content has been added.

How do I use RSS?

The easiest way to use RSS is to subscribe to a news feed, either through your browser using "Live Bookmarks" (the latest versions of most major browsers now support this feature), or by using a stand-alone news aggregator.

If you use a news aggregator, it can usually be configured to regularly check the news feeds you have subscribed to, and let you know when something new is added to a site.

University news feeds

The following university-specifc feeds are also available:

Government news feeds

The following news feeds are available from News Distribution Services, the regional arm of Government communications:

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