Serena Williams Sparks Controversy at the US Open

On Saturday, during the US Open, Serena Williams accused the umpire of ‘sexism’ as she was penalised for ‘cheating’ during the match.

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Breaking: The UK’s Novichok Allegations Have Been Backed By World Leaders

France, Germany, Canada, and the US are all in agreement with the UK over the Novichok poisoning in Sailsbury earlier this year, saying that the Russian government “almost certainly” approved […]

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BREAKING: Typhoon Jebi Japan’s Strongest in 25 Years

Typhoon Jebi hit Japan with extreme winds and pouring rain, killing six people. With reports of winds up to 172km/h and heavy rain, Typhoon Jebi hit the southern areas of […]

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Death And Destruction as Kerala Battles The Floods

Another year, another monsoon season. Citizens of Kerala are tested to their limits with the natural elements, leaving more than 350 dead.

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Russian Nerve Agent Attack

Last week a Russian ex-spy residing in Wiltshire was attacked by a nerve agent, the nerve agent used was only manufactured ever believed to have been manufactured in three places; […]

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Science Teacher Mrs Kerr Reacts to Death of Hawking

It has been over a week since Stephen Hawking’s tragic passing in Cambridge, England. The renowned theoretical physicist was praised for writing books such as “A Brief History Of Time” […]

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Steven Hawking – Obituary

Niamh McGroarty | Reporter Steven Hawking sadly passed away in the early hours of Wednesday 14th March, aged 76. The world renown theoretical physicist had been battling with Motor Neutron […]

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Florida Passes New Gun Control Bill

Eleanor Service | Editor In the aftermath of the horrific Valentine’s Day tragedy at Marjory  Stoneman Douglas High School in Florida, we have seen the awe-inspiring power of young people’s voices […]

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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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Biting the Bullet: Scotland and America

Katie Hunter | Depute Editor-In-Chief Last Wednesday, the world woke to the news of yet another tragic shooting. This time, in Marlory Stoneman Douglas High School in Florida, leaving 17 […]

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The Super Blue Blood Moon

An incredibly rare event occurred on the night of the 31st January 2018. Given the long name of a ‘Super Blue Blood Moon’, this very uncommon lunar event hasn’t happened […]

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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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The Unique Christmas Traditions Around The Globe

Faith Sindick| Reporter In Scotland we have a vast range of Christmas traditions from giving and receiving gifts, kissing under the mistletoe to believing in Santa for us then to […]

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World Kindness Day

Katie Hunter | Depute Editor-in-Chief Tomorrow, the 13th November 2017, marks World Kindness Day: 24 hours devoted to carrying out acts of kindness, regardless of their size. The day’s purpose […]

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Trump’s Polarizing Response to NY Terror Attack and Hefty Security Budget Cuts

  Eleanor Service | Reporter In the wake of the tragic events that took place in New York on October 31st,  President Trump has had a characteristically extreme and relatively […]

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UPDATE New York Terror Attack

Eleanor Service | Reporter In the five days since the horrifying terror attack in New York City on October 31st, many more details about the event have come to light. […]

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