A CAMPAIGN against drink-driving targeting young men is aiming to prevent deaths on roads this Christmas.
Almost 900 people were hurt in drink-drive-related accidents at weekends in the North West last year, with more than a third of these injured between 10pm and 3am.
The THINK! campaign, launched by the Department for Transport, is aimed at young men.
As well as a new radio and internet advert, the Christmas campaign will include this summer’s Moment of Doubt TV advert, cinema and in-pub advertising and partnership marketing.
Even one alcoholic drink is being discouraged with shoppers, commuters and party-goers in major cities also targeted.
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ANY Northwich student wanting to win a fully paid three-year media degree course can do so by nominating Liverpool Hope as their first choice university.
The university course also offers the opportunity to take part in work experience at Radio City and covers all aspects of the media industry including television, radio, film, marketing, PR and print journalism.
The scholarship allows access to Radio City, Magic 1548 and City Talk.
This includes working on the Radio City Breakfast Show, helping to choose the playlist and on-air competitions, carrying out research for City Talk shows and shadowing the news and sports teams.
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