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The Fidget Spinner Craze

The Fidget Spinner Craze

Over the years, what young people have been up to has varied a lot. This means that the trends have changed with them. The machine challenge, the bottle flip challenge, the dangerous and daring knife game are just a few of the things people have been up to. Now comes the fidget spinner. The fidget […]

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The case of the shrinking chocolate bar

The case of the shrinking chocolate bar

The latest Toblerone chocolate bars have now got huge gaps between the triangles. Toblerone factories have made the decision to put spaces between the triangles to reduce the weight of these popular chocolate bars. The fans of the confectionary are disappointed and say they do mind the gap there. However, some people say that the […]

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Footballer Saves Teammate’s Life

Footballer Saves Teammate’s Life

In a world cup qualifier match against Mali, Ivory Coast’s PSG defender Serge Aurier saved the life of fellow footballer Moussa Doumbia. After Doumbia was knocked unconscious in a challenge with Sunderland’s Lamine Kone, Aurier attempted to save the Rostov player swallowing his tongue. Ivory Coast manager, Alain Giresse added that he spoke to Aurier […]

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Iceland team pull out of Fifa 17

Iceland team pull out of Fifa 17

Iceland national football team won’t be featured in a new video game because of a cash row with Electronic Arts (EA). The KSI says Electronic Arts financial offer of 15,000 US dollars (£11,500) for their inclusion is below their expectations. The final offer was not accepted by EA. (Iceland, don’t forget, are the team that […]

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Surviving SATs by Manor Leas Junior Academy

Surviving SATs by Manor Leas Junior Academy

Schools across the country have been preparing hard for the Standard Assessment Tests (SATs). The Manor Leas Junior Academy newsroom have prepared an amazing SATs video to help young people…Survive SATs!

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Royals back from India to celebrate special occasion

Royals back from India to celebrate special occasion

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge fed baby elephants and rhinos during a tour of one of the world’s most important wildlife parks. During their first official tour of India, Will and Kate were only 50 feet away from a rare one horned rhino. The royal couple joked with a village elder that Prince George […]

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New look for Oasis Academy in Scunthorpe

New look for Oasis Academy in Scunthorpe

Pupils and staff at Oasis Academy Henderson Avenue, Scunthorpe, were treated to an extension of their Christmas surprises this year when they moved into a brand new two-storey building on their return to school in January. The Young Journalist team at the school take us on a tour of their fantastic new classrooms, library, hall and learning areas, and find out […]

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Lincolnshire Town Gets its Library Back

Lincolnshire Town Gets its Library Back

Earlier this month, there was great excitement in Burgh-Le-Marsh with the reopening of the local library and, of course, YJA newshounds from the local primary school were keen to check it out!  Like many others, Burgh Library was a victim of cost cutting by the council and has been closed for two years. It seemed […]

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WW2 Veterans Reunite

WW2 Veterans Reunite

Mr Bright (second left) and Mr Parks (far right) Two WW2 veterans have reunited after realising they live just three miles apart!   Bob Parks and Herbie Bright, both 89, fought in WW2, in the battle against the Nazi Germany. They served from 1944 to 1949 . Bob only found out about his friend when […]

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PM Highlights Seagull Problem

PM Highlights Seagull Problem

Seagulls are becoming a nuisance because they do things such as poo on buildings and windows, attack people to get their food and wake people up early in the morning with their loud constant screeching. Even our prime minister has entered the debate. These intrusive creatures go near airports and fly too close to the […]

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