Cruise Achieves the Impossible!

Tom Cruise’s latest instalment to the ‘Mission Impossible’ franchise burst onto the scene this summer, shattering the box office in sales. It has been rated his most popular feature in […]

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‘Mamma Mia 2’- You’ll Want To Go Again!

Iconic- a word that springs to mind when you step out of the cinema and back into the real world after almost two and a half hours of A-list actors […]

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Read A Book For ‘World Book Day’

Robyn Bolger | Reporter Thursday March 1st is a celebration just for the bookworms of the world- World Book Day! It’s a day to sit back and enjoy a nice, […]

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Review: ‘The Greatest Showman’

Yasmin Tang| Reporter ‘The Greatest Showman’, starring Hugh Jackman and Zac Efron, is a terrific film which celebrates both the great work of P.T. Barnum and the unity of those […]

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The Invasion of Voice Activated Home Assistants

Niamh McGroarty | Reporter Since the introduction of Amazon’s Echo home speaker featuring ‘Alexa’ in 2014, there has been fast movement from other technological companies in order to produce their […]

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REVIEW: ‘Slates’ trilogy

The ‘Slated’ trilogy was written by Terri Terry.  In a world where all people who make mistakes that don’t appear silly or accidental to the Governement have their memories wiped, […]

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REVIEW: ‘Children of Icarus’ by Caighlan Smith

Daniel Ingyang In the town where they worship Icarus, everyone is taught that the gods were jealous of the angels, and so captured all of them but one who they […]

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Books For Christmas

Robyn Bolger | Reporter If you’re struggling to find a Christmas present for a well-known  bookworm, here are some recommendations that Waterstones have suggested: Crime books seem to have been […]

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Review: I Have No Secrets

Robyn Bolger | Reporter ‘I Have No Secrets’, written by Penny Joelson, is a book which, in my opinion, is written from a very unusual and intriguing angle – from […]

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Review: Everything, Everything

Robyn Bolger | Reporter Everything, Everything was written by  Nicola Yoon and is about a young girl who suffers from a disease which prevents her from going outside. When Madeline […]

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The Haunting of Jessop Rise Review

Daniel Ingyang | Reporter The Haunting of Jessop Rise, by Danny Weston, is a mysterious horror novel for teenagers, set in the 1850s. The book is about William, a 14-year-old […]

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Review: Murder On The Orient Express

Robyn Bolger | Reporter ‘Murder On The Orient Express’ is a crime mystery written by Agatha Christie and published on the 1st of January 1934. It was made a movie in […]

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Spooky Stranger Things Returns

Ava Barrett | Reporter Stranger Things was the most popular TV show of 2016, and with season 2 having just arrived on Netflix the whole world has gone crazy for […]

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Book review: Beautiful Creatures

Robyn Bolger | Reporter Beautiful creatures is an imaginative story written by Kamie Garcia and Margaret Stohl. Casters, Incubuses, Seers, Keepers, Waywards, Sirens and Mortals keep the story moving.  There […]

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Book review: ‘Matched’

Robyn Bolger | Reporter The ‘Matched’ series by Ally Condie is about a world that is run by the ‘Society’. Nobody knows how to write, everything is done through a […]

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Camping, Cliffs and Compasses: My Take on the Duke of Edinburgh Silver Expedition

Alice Flynn | Editor Jack Mitchell-Divers | Editor-in-Chief The Duke of Edinburgh’s Award: a vocational asset to supplement your qualifications in the increasingly competitive fight to gain a university place. It […]

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REVIEW: ‘I Capture the Castle’ By Dodie Smith

‘I capture the castle’ is quite an old book written by Dodie Smith but is rewritten in modern English language.  It is about a young girl called Cassandra that lives […]

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