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Boston launches May Fair once again

Boston launches May Fair once again

Boston’s May Fair has been around for a long time indeed. We visited the fair and caught up with Ian Martin the fair’s organiser.

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Young Enterprise

Young Enterprise

Young Enterprise tells us about their success at the counties and regionals with their award winning clip on earphone charms

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World vanilla shortage?

World vanilla shortage?

Shall we choose to pay for the expensive spice? Well if prices decide to turn sour, we could look at the alternatives…

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But is it art, Damien?

But is it art, Damien?

Artist Damien Hirts sells souvenirs in his gift shop ranging from prices of £0-£50million!

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9/11 Hits Back with Death Penalties

9/11 Hits Back with Death Penalties

American officials have recently announced that the five detained terrorists suspected of the 9/11 atrocities will finally go on trial.

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Petrov Fighting Acute Leukemia

Petrov Fighting Acute Leukemia

Aston Villa Captain Stiliyan Petrov is battling Leukaemia.

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L.A. Judge sets Lohan free

L.A. Judge sets Lohan free

Lindsay Lohan gave her lawyer Shawn Chapman a hug on 29th March after she received her court victory.

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Time to quit?

Time to quit?

National No Smoking Day has been put in place in an effort to help people that want to quit smoking achieve their goal.

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Boston High School at Siren FM

Boston High School at Siren FM

Members from the Boston High School newsroom went behind the scenes producing and presenting their own radio programme for the popular No Adults Allowed show.

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