Agriculture Production in my Area at Mbeya Region in Tanzania

8:37am Thursday 17th July 2014

By Abdulaziz Momba, Lubala High Secondary School

Street Children in my Region at Mbeya Region in Tanzania

8:36am Thursday 17th July 2014

By Abdulaziz Momba, Lubala High Secondary School

The Government of Tanzania Empower Women

2:28pm Thursday 10th July 2014

By Abdulaziz Momba, Lubala High Secondary School

VOTE: Should it be illegal to ever leave a dog alone in a car?

News Shopper: Animal behaviour expert Sophie Marriott

11:23am Wednesday 9th July 2014

As a nation of dog lovers, many people take their dog with them everywhere, writes Sophie Marriott of canine behaviour consultancy Endless Pawsibilities.

More than half of London workers have nodded off - do you ever sleep on the job?

News Shopper:

6:00am Wednesday 9th July 2014

Workers in London are among the most prone to falling asleep on the job, a study has found.

Increase of Refugees in Republic of The Congo

12:05pm Tuesday 8th July 2014

By Abdulaziz Momba, Lubala High Secondary School

Is crackdown on holidays in school term-time unfair? Parents have their say

News Shopper: More than a quarter of parents plan to take their offspring out of school for a holiday this year, an insurer found

7:00am Tuesday 8th July 2014

Parents have reacted with anger, defiance and dishonesty to a crackdown on taking children out of school during term-time for family holidays.

The Tourism Decline in Most of the East African Countries

4:32pm Monday 7th July 2014

By Abdulaziz Momba, Lubala High Secondary School

Why Tanzanian Students Fail to Finish Secondary Education

8:45am Saturday 14th June 2014

by Abdulaziz Momba, Lubala Secondary High School, Tanzania

What’s your favourite fish and chip shop in south-east London and north Kent?

News Shopper: Quiz with Fish and Chip Supper

6:30am Friday 13th June 2014

No great preamble to this one, just the very simple question: What do you think is the best place to get fish and chips in this area?

What’s the best, funniest or just most ‘dad’ thing your dad has ever done?

News Shopper: What's the best thing your dad's ever done or the funniest thing he's ever said?

6:30am Wednesday 11th June 2014

Ahead of Father’s Day this Sunday we’re looking to celebrate the lengths dedicated dads go to for their kids as well as celebrate the other inspired and at times hilarious things dads say and do.

Boris would use a bike pump but how would YOU survive a zombie apocalypse?

News Shopper: Zombies bring terror to Hampshire village: VIDEO

6:00am Tuesday 10th June 2014

The potential for a zombie apocalypse has been the focus of some attention recently – hopefully not a precursor to one actually happening!

The Party is Over!

3:21pm Wednesday 4th June 2014

By Neera Senthivel, Woodford County High School

Local Stars Produce 'London Comet'

News Shopper: Winner Charlotte Allen

8:29pm Sunday 1st June 2014

Winning students from the young reporter scheme spent the day at Kingston University on Saturday May 31, producing The London Comet; a brand new newspaper designed by them to showcase their articles.

Labour Wins Majority Vote in Croydon Local Elections

12:07am Sunday 1st June 2014

Following the local elections in May 2014, the Labour party has secured 40 seats on the Croydon Council including the key marginal wards of Ashburton, Addiscombe, Waddon and New Addington.

Do you ever say ‘white rabbits’ or ‘pinch, punch, first day of the month’?

News Shopper: Saying 'white rabbits' at the beginning of the month is meant to ensure good luck

6:00am Friday 30th May 2014

Another 1st of the month is coming up soon, so what are you traditions or superstitions for this occasion?

What's the weirdest thing that's ever happened to you at work?

News Shopper: CROY: Ricky Gervais lookalike brings a bit of Brent to PC World

6:00am Wednesday 28th May 2014

Even in the most exciting of jobs, work can sometimes become a bit dull.

Gambia Hosts 11th Edition of Roots International Homecoming Festival 2014

1:39pm Tuesday 27th May 2014

By Abdoulie Jammeh, Nusrat High School, The Gambia

Drug and Substance Abuse and Criminal Activities in My Region

11:49am Tuesday 27th May 2014

By Abdoulie Jamme, Nusrat High School, The Gambia

Is the greatest pub quiz team name in this funny 13 - or do you know a better one?

News Shopper: Cat & fiddle pub Phab quiz ight

7:00am Friday 23rd May 2014

Who doesn’t love a good pub quiz? The chance to pit your general knowledge against others in a friendly battle of who-knows-the-most-random-information while enjoying a drink with some mates – what a great way to spend an evening.

What’s your favourite day out in south-east London and north Kent?

News Shopper: Greenwich Park's Rose Garden. Picture by Anne Marie Briscombe

6:00am Friday 23rd May 2014

No great preamble to this one, just the very simple question: What do you think is the best day out in this area, the one you would do again and again if you could?

Gambian Journalists and Media Practitioners Commemorate World Press Freedom Day 2014

News Shopper: Gambian Journalists and Media Practitioners Commemorate World Press Freedom Day 2014

11:51am Thursday 22nd May 2014

By Abdoulie Jammeh, Nusrat High School, The Gambia

Climate Changes and Its' Effect on Development

News Shopper: Climate Changes and Its' Effect on Development

8:27am Wednesday 21st May 2014

Abdoulie Jammeh Nusrat High School, The Gambia

Too Much Drink Drowns Dad

6:41pm Friday 16th May 2014

Helena Neofitou. St Martha's Senior School (year 11)

What is YOUR definition of a good role model?

2:49pm Friday 16th May 2014

Zehra Omercik - Bromley High school

What’s your favourite shop in south-east London and north Kent?

News Shopper: What’s your favourite shop in south-east London and north Kent?

6:30am Friday 16th May 2014

No great preamble to this one, just the very simple question: What do you think is the best shop in the area, the one you’d be most heartbroken to ever see close down?

Wake-up call: What tune or sound on your alarm clock gets your going in the morning?

News Shopper: Four in five people complain of sleeping problems

6:00am Wednesday 14th May 2014

What tune or sound do you have set on your alarm clock to wake you up in the mornings?

What would be the first thing you'd say to an alien?

News Shopper: The aliens are coming - 10 UFO hotspots in south east London and north Kent

6:00am Tuesday 13th May 2014

Humans aren’t yet ready to meet aliens, according to a recent study, but if ET did come visiting what would be the first thing you’d say to it?

Year 11 Muck-up Day- The End of an Era

2:55pm Saturday 10th May 2014

Anah Mushtaq- Bromley High School

What’s your favourite pub in south-east London and north Kent?

News Shopper: Prime Minister: pubs can stay open longer for World Cup match

6:30am Friday 9th May 2014

No great preamble to this one, just the very simple question: What do you think is the best boozer in the south-east London and north Kent area, the one you’d be most heartbroken to ever see close down?

What's the weirdest thing that's ever happened to you on a train or bus?

News Shopper: What's the weirdest thing that's ever happened to you on a train or bus?

6:00am Thursday 8th May 2014

Travelling on public transport can be tedious and repetitive but occasionally it can become more ... let’s say interesting.

Are Penguins biscuits or chocolate bars - and have they got smaller?

News Shopper: Can you p-p-p-possibly settle the question of whether the Penguin is a biscuit or chocolate bar?

6:30am Wednesday 7th May 2014

We know you’re all important people with things to do and places to go but you need to stop right now and help resolve two of modern life’s most important questions.

A Quiz Night In Penn and Tylers Green

News Shopper:

2:09pm Monday 5th May 2014

Mikey Canty Royal Grammar School

Exciting New Alumni Project for Newstead Wood

1:10pm Monday 5th May 2014

Niamh Skelly, Newstead Wood School

Graffiti: Is it art or vandalism - or can it be both? Do you like it?

News Shopper: Banksy's Brighton graffiti masterpiece Kissing Coppers to be auctioned in Miami

6:00am Friday 2nd May 2014

Much like tattoos, graffiti is an ‘art form’ which divides opinion.

Exam Fever

10:05am Thursday 1st May 2014

Francesca Mitson, Wycombe High School

The day the waters came review

8:27am Thursday 1st May 2014

The day the waters came review

Back To School

News Shopper: Back To School

12:11am Thursday 1st May 2014

Zaynah Waseem, Walthamstow School For Girls

Why is the crisis in Crimea escalating?

12:09am Thursday 1st May 2014

Marij Qureshi, Royal Grammar School, High Wycombe

Where did that plane go?

12:07am Thursday 1st May 2014

Marij Qureshi, Royal Grammar School, High Wycombe

“Confidence, Awareness, Personality, and Passion” - The Angels of our Society

News Shopper: Hearing dog in action

7:19pm Thursday 7th November 2013

Luke Jarrett Royal Grammar School

One of the same- off-the-shelf Easter anyone?

News Shopper: Easter chocolate

3:54pm Wednesday 23rd April 2014

Cachella Smith, Townley Grammar School

Exam Stress No More

11:59pm Wednesday 30th April 2014

I. Sabah Hussain, Woodford County High School

Kick Off your future with SkillOff

11:56pm Wednesday 30th April 2014

I. Sabah Hussain, Woodford County High School

Eye of the Tiger

11:33pm Wednesday 30th April 2014

Keerththana Mahinthan Woodford County High School

International Women's Day March

News Shopper: International Women's Day March

11:14pm Wednesday 30th April 2014

Zaynah Waseem, Walthamstow School For Girls

What did Ofsted say about Carshalton High School for Girls?

11:30pm Wednesday 30th April 2014

Ofsted recently published a report on Carshlton High School for Girls. What did they say?

New Boyband in town: The Frackstreet boys - Nobody has time for their countries future.

News Shopper: New Boyband in town: The Frackstreet boys - Nobody has time for their countries future.

10:43pm Wednesday 30th April 2014

I recently received two leaflets about the EU/local elections. Conservative and UKIP. UKIP have gained a dangerous amount of supporters, unexpectedly. Conservatives have also done so, but expectedly. But it got me thinking, why do we get an unbalanced account of politics? We only hear whatever said parties have funding to tell us. So a rich party - even if it is unfair and undemocratic will get more votes than a poor party, even if they have the economy and the environment completely sussed. Unless of course people went to the trouble of researching political parties. But nobody has time for the future. But hey, I'm just a kid, and I believe in equality, diversity and saving the environment. WHAT DO I KNOW! P.S: Not a political expert in any way. Declan Mckenna, St Mary's CofE High School, Cheshunt.

Trade Secrets

10:41pm Wednesday 30th April 2014

Sophie Beckingham Wycombe High School

Shine Scheme hosted at Bromley High School extending Tomorrow's Talent

10:20pm Wednesday 30th April 2014

Brittany Murphy - Bromley High School






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