52-year-old Michael Edward, once nicknamed Eddie the Eagle, became a global sensation when he came last (by a long way) in the ski jump at the 1988 Calgary Winter Olympics. Now, over a quarter of a century later, a film has been made about one of the world’s best-known underdogs. At the UK film premier […]
On Friday the 15th January Major Tim Peake, currently serving on the International Space Station, has done on his first spacewalk.
This weekend sees two of the biggest clubs in the country, Manchester City and Manchester United contest one of the most intriguing Manchester derbies in years. On Sunday, the champions City will look to recover from their embarrassing loss to Newcastle in midweek whilst Louis van Gaal’s United look to build on their well deserved […]
Recently, three Year 5 Young Journalists from Heighington Millfield Primary Academy were invited to Lincoln’s Guildhall to interview the newly appointed mayor.
Sky Sports Living for Sport is a free secondary schools initiative that uses sport stars and sport skills to help and develop the lives of young people across the country.
Now that Whitney Houston has had the funeral maybe she will finally be allowed to rest in peace.
http://youngjournalistacademy.co.uk/juniornews/wp-content/uploads/2011/12/Joshua-talks-to-Andy.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | Download Horncastle Primary’s Young Journalist team were recently given the chance to interview the makers of the LAFTA award winning film ‘Opheliac’. Sixth formers at Queen Elizabeth Grammar School in Horncastle, Chris Elmer, Andy Reid and Harry Elvin won the award for best production at the Lincolnshire Awards for Film, […]
Normally when people do a marathon they are in fancy dress or running along a road but Dave Midgley and the Splinter Cell Golf Society decided to do it with a twist by playing golf
Plans by Nocton Dairies Ltd to make a 4,000-cow, American-style mega-dairy in Nocton Heath, Lincolnshire, have raised many arguments…On both sides.
Every country in the world has different Christmas traditions, different food and different celebrations, some seem strange to us in Britain but we no doubt carry out strange traditions when viewed by other countries.