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Students Brave The Cold To Complete DofE Training By Nia Marvin, Therfield School

DofE Tent

On the 16th and 17th of April, approximately 50 year ten students from Therfield School completed their Bronze DofE training weekend. This was arranged for those participating in The Duke of Edinburgh’s Award to learn the skills needed to complete…

12:16pm Saturday 30 April 2016

No service on Northern line through Morden and Balham after "person on the tracks"

No service on Northern line through Morden and Balham after "person on the tracks"

A person was on the tracks on the northbound line, and services have been stopped.

12:10pm Saturday 30 April 2016

An Inspector Calls by Eve Considine, St.Mark's Catholic School

An Inspector Calls in Richmond theatre was a somewhat success, as though it was quite entertaining; the show did not stick exactly to the script. Whether it was missing out a few words or adding some in, there were a few flaws.

12:03pm Saturday 30 April 2016

Should school uniforms be mandatory? Nicole Cunliffe, Newstead Wood School

Yes, I believe that uniforms should be mandatory. Uniforms move student’s minds from judging what each other is wearing to focusing on learning. School has become more of a fashion show then a place for learning. Uniforms also can stop some of the…

12:02pm Saturday 30 April 2016

Nearly 1,000 Daesh extremists killed in RAF strikes over 18 months, MoD says

The RAF has been targeting Daesh militants in Iraq and Syria

Nearly 1,000 Islamic State (IS) extremists have been killed in RAF air strikes in Iraq and Syria in the last 18 months, according to new figures.

11:53am Saturday 30 April 2016

How to: Stay on top of that pile of revision - Leah Bright, Farringtons School

It’s come to that time of year again... Revision. We all have exams approaching and our stress levels are rising as we have to force ourselves to pick up a textbook and revise. This is why I’ve come up with a few tips to get you through the exam…

11:50am Saturday 30 April 2016

Croydon Central MP Gavin Barwell said to be under investigation by police after claims he broke election spending laws

Gavin Barwell, MP for Croydon Central. File photo.

The Conservative MP has been reported to police by a constituent after his election spending showed his office cost just £1.84 per day

11:32am Saturday 30 April 2016

Singing their Praises by Katie Jones, Therfield School

The programme for the show.

On Monday 26th April and Tuesday 27th April, Therfield School put on their spellbinding school play of Guys and Dolls.  Since rehearsals started in January, all departments have been on their toes, preparing for the event.   Music was…

11:23am Saturday 30 April 2016

Drug dealer jailed after leaving ID in discarded jacket stuffed with drugs

Mohammed Mahmood has been sentenced after he was caught when he left his photo identification in a discarded jacket stuffed with heroin and crack cocaine

A drug dealer caught after he left his photo identification in a discarded jacket stuffed with heroin and crack cocaine has been jailed, police said.

11:16am Saturday 30 April 2016

Mobile roaming charges in EU slashed ahead of full ban

Mobile phone users have in the past faced high roaming charges in the EU

Mobile roaming charges within the EU will now be significantly cheaper after an interim cap came into effect ahead of a full ban next year.

11:16am Saturday 30 April 2016
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