Appeal for man assaulted in Vauxhall

On Thursday may 31st at 17:52 police were called after a report of two men fighting was made. Officers and the London ambulance service arrived to find a man in his 50’s with facial injuries. He was taken to hospital by London’s air ambulance and is still in critical condition. An arrest was made at the scene of a 20 year old charged with grievous … Continue reading Appeal for man assaulted in Vauxhall

Canada: A Rare Album by Prince Found

Singer Prince Black Album has been discovered in Canada. One Prince rarest vinyl album which is supposed to be hard funk that contains some of his darkest lyrics and was released in 1987, which he demanded to be destroy as he had changed his spirituality has turned up in Canada. There is still around 9 copies of the album in circulation, with 5 copies found … Continue reading Canada: A Rare Album by Prince Found

Serena Williams retires from French Open match through injury

Serena Williams had to retire from her match against Maria Sharapova through injury during yesterday’s round of 16 match-up at the French Open for the women’s group. Sharapova was already winning the match up until that point, with a set up on Serena Williams. Serena Williams announces her withdrawal from #RG18 due to a right pectoral injury. Wishing the three-time champion a speedy recovery. pic.twitter.com/bo3e1jkgcv … Continue reading Serena Williams retires from French Open match through injury

Why do we love to dance with each other?

Dancing has a way of taking your cares away. It doesn’t matter if it’s the Electric Slide, the Macarena or your own crazy moves. Who hasn’t gotten lost in an upbeat song as they jumped around?As well as being fun, dancing might have helped us to survive as a species. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WoAjE1aioHE As much as we all love to dance when there’s nobody watching, there’s something irresistible about dancing with … Continue reading Why do we love to dance with each other?

Struggle to identify victims of Volcano of Fire eruption

Officials have warned it will take time to identify those who died from the eruption of Guatemala’s Volcano of Fire. It is known that at least 69 people including children have died after rivers of lava made their way through mountain village. Only 17 have been identified. An official from the National Institute of Forensic Sciences said: “It is very difficult for us to identify … Continue reading Struggle to identify victims of Volcano of Fire eruption

Clapham Common Family Cycling Extravaganza on Saturday

A family cycling events will be taking place at Clapham Common on Saturday the 9 of June. Lovers of bike are invited to join the event, it is meant to start at noon from 12pm- 5pm. Bring a bicycle to the extravaganza and get a stamp whilst you enjoy amazing fun activities. You can get a chance to win a BMX day out or a … Continue reading Clapham Common Family Cycling Extravaganza on Saturday

Heathrow plans for third runway set to be approved by ministers

After years of arguments and delays the plans for a third runway at Heathrow Airport are set to be approved by ministers.  This will be confirmed by Transport Secretary Chris Grayling, the Government is committed to the expansion and will present their proposals to the House of Commons for MPs to vote on later this month. Mr Grayling will also present the fact that the other … Continue reading Heathrow plans for third runway set to be approved by ministers