Lately, many people from all over the world have been signing up for a ‘free trial’ but have been ending being charged by scammers. The scammers have been persuading Internet buyers to sign up for a ‘free’ trial of a variety of items, only to find 30-days later they are being charged around £80. Quite […]
Last month, Year 6 Georgia, from Cottesmore Millfield Academy, interviewed Andrew Brown, the High Sheriff of Rutland. (You can read her first article by clicking here.) Georgia was fascinated with the uniform worn by the country’s sheriffs, as they undertake their ceremonial duties, and for a follow-up article was keen to ask Andrew more about […]
In the Australian state of Queensland having a rabbit as a pet is illegal, so when a family was caught with a rabbit they pretended that it was an awfully large guinea pig, possibly looking like this one pictured above. However, police officers soon found the rather rotund rabbit living in a cage inside a […]
The City of Lincoln and University of Lincoln have selected the first of the City’s Artists in Residence for “Lincoln Voices”. Each organiser that has helped to bring this programme to life and give it the opportunity to burst into action can be recognised by one unifying link – the drive to reach the communities […]
Young people wanting to get into top professions such as law, medicine and fashion could have more difficulties getting a job in their chosen field as employers look for more than just a good degree.
The debate over animal testing has continued for many years with activists believing that an animals worth should not be put below a humans.
Film makers often make New York city a centre of crime. How often do we watch scheming master villains murder and thieve their way to jail? But is this all fiction or is their some truth to these sickening plots? I went their during half term to investigate.