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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I Love School and So Should You!

It’s that fabulous time of the year again where you see kids scavenging every shop looking for the coolest new backpack and their teary parents looking in dismay at the […]

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Do girls lack acknowledgement in sport?

Annie Giordano | When watching sports channels on TV, how many times do we see coverage on women’s sports? How many times are the sports we watch NOT dominated by […]

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The ‘Meet Me At McDonalds Haircut’ – One School Isn’t ‘Lovin’ It’

Katie Hunter | Depute Editor-In-Chief I must admit as I scanned the newspaper headlines last week I did wonder if the famous fast food chain was branching out into hairdressing! […]

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The Epidemic of Loneliness in the Elderly

Eleanor Service | Editor Loneliness is an odd thing. It can sneak up on you when you least expect it. Where before there was peace, there are now crushing waves […]

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Repulsive Racism or Merely a Mistake?

Faith Sindick | Reporter The Swedish multibillion pound company H&M has apologised over advert that has put the world in disarray. The advert features an 8-year-old black boy wearing a […]

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School VS My Mental Health

Eleanor Service | School and Local News Editor Stress. Anxiety. Depression. These three very serious things are all topics that today’s high school students are intimately familiar with, whether they […]

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Mother of Four, Freezes to Death after her Welfare Was Cut Off

Rachael Smith | Reporter In a fatally unfortunate series of events, a mother of four was found dead and alone in her chilling home after her welfare was mercilessly cut […]

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From a Caledonian to Catalonia – Who’s Got the Power?

Faith Sindick | Reporter Jack Mitchell-Divers | Editor-In-Chief On Tuesday evening the President of Catalonia, Carles Puigdemont signed a document that declared Catalonia’s independence from Spain but then said it […]

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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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Sexism In The City: Saudi In Hot Water

Katie Hunter | On Tuesday, the so-called “kingdom” of Saudi Arabia marked a momentous occasion for all women by finally lifting the longstanding policy which banned them from driving, after […]

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Scottish Labour Leader Shocks with Surprise Leave

Rachael Smith | Reporter Scottish labour leader, Kezia Dugdale, took a shock resignation from the party last week. As more unfolds on this unexpected decision is clear that Dugdale feels […]

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Trump & Arpaio – A Black-Hearted Bromance

Rachael Smith | Reporter Donald Trump has once again shown the people of America and the world what side he stands on.  The side of racism and discrimination.

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Stabbing Stupidity – White Man Arrested Over Racial Blame-Game

Rachael Smith | Reporter Recent developments have taken place on this bizarre and peculiar story. Joshua Witt, a white Colorado-native, took to his social media platforms just weeks ago posting […]

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Taylor Takes a Turn

Leia Granger | Life and Culture Editor Taylor Swift, the acclaimed ‘Queen of Pop’ who once chanted about the “tear drops on her guitar” has released her latest single, entitled “Look […]

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Quality or Quantity?

Olivia Hanlon | Tech and Science Editor From the swinging sixties, to the electronic eighties, to the digital download era of the tens, the way we listen to music is […]

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G20 Summit: All Flash and No Substance?

Eleanor Service | The 4th-5th of September saw this year’s annual G20 summit unfold in Hangzhou, China, and it concluded with a bang. An amazing display of lights and performers […]

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Religion: Still in the Light or Disappearing into Darkness?

Sandra Santhosh | Religion is not having a great time right now due to the pessimistic perception portrayed on it by the media about the sombre events which have happened […]

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