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Contra Chris: My Double Life

Contra Chris: My Double Life

Contra Chris is a thirty-six year old events specialist who currently works from his home in South London creating music as a hobby. Contra Chris (also known as Chris Cole) was born into a middle class family from South London, where he grew up. He first started making music a few years ago, when it was just something for him to do in his spare time away from his full time job. He even has his own...

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Student Life: Safety On Campus

Student Life: Safety On Campus

We all know by now that being a first year student and studying away from home can be quite scary for some, and it is important to know the Do’s and Dont’s of when it comes to staying safe on and out of campus. On October 15th, the university was visited by a group of advocates who were promoting the Safe and Security Plan to students. The plan was mainly for first year’s but any...

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My court visit: Everyday Justice

My court visit: Everyday Justice

Most people in the UK expect our government to be hot on their toes to put away the criminals who try to disrupt our society and its rules. Although this may be the case for many, there are some parts of the court and its system which isn’t as simple as it seems. During a trip to a court in Highbury & Islington on the 3rd December, I had the chance to experience this system in person. Wh...

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How I Got Into Automotive Photography

How I Got Into Automotive Photography

Hi, welcome to my first blog! One of my favourite things to do in my spare time is photography. I started to get into photography when I took it as one of my A-Levels in Sixth Form. I learnt a lot from studying it for two years and it has changed the way I now perceive the ever changing world around me, even when it comes to everyday things. During my last year in Sixth Form, I was set with my fin...

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Driver taken to hospital after Beckenham lorry collision

Driver taken to hospital after Beckenham lorry collision

A collision has occurred near a secondary school involving a lorry and a car, which had left the lorry overturned and the road closed to traffic. The driver of the car was taken to a South London hospital with minor injuries. Police were called at 2.30pm on Thursday November 14 to reports of a crash on Kent House Road, Beckenham. A year eight student who was walking home just after the incident ha...

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Charity run by council sets up community hub for all ages

Charity run by council sets up community hub for all ages

The Elephant and Castle Community Hub offers free wellness activities, fitness classes and arts & crafts workshops for all ages. Located in the Elephant & Castle Shopping Centre, it’s accessible for just about anyone, and has become a big part within Southwark’s Council due to its growing success of engaging with the public. Lorena Melone, a volunteer worker at the hub, runs cr...

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How These Books Are Making A Difference

How These Books Are Making A Difference

  A local bookstall near the Southbank Centre has become ‘the talk of the town’. The bookstall has been voluntarily run for nearly 3 years by its current owner Lucie and her brother James.  When asked about the origin of the books Lucie said; “most of the books themselves are from a wholesalers and we just make the prints for them”. This means that even older books are revamp...

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Who are the Extinction Rebellion?

Who are the Extinction Rebellion?

Are the Extinction Rebellion causing more chaos for our planet? The Extinction Rebellion started a protest yesterday in London, shutting down streets and causing chaos for public transport. The protest is said to be going on for 2 weeks, leaving people stranded in their own homes and unable to visit some of London’s most popular landmarks. But just who are the Extinction Rebellion and what a...

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