NEWS DIGEST 30.01.2021: Rare rainbows, rare birds, much excitement

Today’s news is brought to you via Facebook. Britain’s Daily Mail newspaper is wowing skywatchers with a article accompanied by beautiful images of the Moon surrounded by a ‘celestial rainbow’ – a ring of colours. The high-quality and detailed photographs … Continue reading NEWS DIGEST 30.01.2021: Rare rainbows, rare birds, much excitement

NEWS DIGEST 24.04.2020: Trump’s coronavirus bleach cure lambasted by doctors

  Today’s news digest is brought to you via Google News services. American president Donald Trump has come under fire from the medical community after suggesting that using bleach and blasts of ultraviolet light to cure people of coronavirus, with … Continue reading NEWS DIGEST 24.04.2020: Trump’s coronavirus bleach cure lambasted by doctors

WOMEN’S SUPER LEAGUE: London newspaper to cover opening weekend highlights

  London, United Kingdom VIJAY SHAH   London newspaper the Evening Standard is to cover the highlights of one of the biggest tournaments of club-level women’s football this weekend as it reports the thrills and spills of the Women’s Super … Continue reading WOMEN’S SUPER LEAGUE: London newspaper to cover opening weekend highlights

THE GAME: Musician apologises for fight at basketball match

Los Angeles – VIJAY SHAH via NICK MOJICA and XXL American rapper The Game, famous for his 2005 release “Hate It or Love It” has found himself at a tricky level in the controversy game after he was made to apologise for fighting a teammate while participating in a basketball match recently, reported online magazine XXL. The musician, real name Jayceon Terrell Taylor, was playing at a Drew League match in the Californian city of Los Angeles when he got into a confrontation with Jarion Henry, a fellow player. In video footage released on the Twitter social network this past Sunday, The Game … Continue reading THE GAME: Musician apologises for fight at basketball match

SUPPORTING ENGLAND DESPITE THE HATERS: Shop manager stands up against football racists

Ilford – VIJAY SHAH via ELLENA CRUSE and Ilford Recorder A shop owner of Indian heritage, who was allegedly abused by racists and warned off his show of support by a fellow Indian after adorning his business with the flag of St. George in support of the England World Cup football team has vowed to fight back against the prejudice he suffered by increasing the number of flags flying at his shop, the Ilford Recorder newspaper reported today. The unnamed owner of GMS Heating & Plumbing Spares, Ilford Lane, in the London-Essex town of Ilford, a Sikh Punjabi, declared his backing … Continue reading SUPPORTING ENGLAND DESPITE THE HATERS: Shop manager stands up against football racists

STADIUM STAMPEDE: 17 killed in crush at Angolan football stadium

Uíge, ANGOLA VIJAY SHAH via BBC News The BBC reported yesterday that 17 people have been killed after a stampede at a football stadium in the town of Uíge in Angola, according to local officials. Hundreds of injuries, of which five people were seriously injured, from the crush have also been reported, after fans rushed the stadium entrance after they were prevented from entering. Many of the deaths resulted from people falling to the ground or being trapped, then suffocated, according to a medic on the scene.     The stadium, in the north of Angola was hosting a match … Continue reading STADIUM STAMPEDE: 17 killed in crush at Angolan football stadium

LEE VALLEY: School’s out, have fun

The Lee Valley Regional Park Authority, which manages tourist attractions and sports centres along a 26-mile stretch of the River Lee (usually spelt ‘Lea’) in Essex and Hertfordshire, is offering special activities to families in the east London area. Children starting their summer holidays can now take part in a variety of fun and exciting activities such as BMX bike riding, tennis and hockey at special summer holiday prices. The LVRPA are offering a huge choice of affordable sports programmes to keep children occupied during the long six-week break. You can choose from hour-long taster sessions in four types of cycling, one-day sports activity camps and training sessions for cycling, hockey and tennis, as part … Continue reading LEE VALLEY: School’s out, have fun