Beth Papworth

Sport

Andy Murray down-under-and-out

Sir Andy Murray’s hip injury has caused him to drop out of the Australian Open, leading to the tennis player slipping to 16th in the world rankings. The Scotsman has reached the final of the tournament five times throughout his career, but a persistent injury has meant he has been unable to play competitively since…

News

Pressure on May over international student stats

Prime Minister Theresa May has been encouraged to exclude international students from government immigration figures by several high profile Conservative MPs. Although the Prime Minister is resolute in leaving the system unchanged, it is likely that this spring she will come under pressure when MPs put forward an amendment to the current immigration bill. High-profiled…

Sport

Comeback for Norwich boxer

After numerous expert diagnosis from multiple specialists, and detailed examination of Nathan Dale’s CT scan, the former IBF World Youth Welterweight boxing champion has announced the all clear from his recent hand injury. Despite beating Nathan Hardy in his last bout at the Epic Studios in Norwich last year, Dale’s injury persisted, leaving the 26 year…

Features

The royal weddings in retrospect

The soon to be wed royal couple, Meghan Markle and Prince Harry steal the limelight and the hearts of the Brixton community radio station. The pair left with an overwhelming crowd of screaming admirers shouting “we love you”. The couple, who have now made their second public appearance, were praised by the DJs and young…

Sport

Norwich City welcome Inter Milan for legends charity match

A fund raising charity match featuring Norwich City against Inter Milan has been announced to raise money for The Nest, a brand new building that is located at the former Anglian Windows Site off Holt road, near Norwich airport. Mike Walker was the manager of Norwich City. His team of 1993-94 ventured into City’s first…

Science

Injection could cure MS

In a recent medical trial to test a revolutionary stem cell treatment for MS, Mark Lewis, libel and privacy lawyer, was formally diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis, aged 24. The experiment was used with 48 patients at Hadassah University Medical Centre in Jerusalem. Carried out by Professor Dimitrios Karussis, the trial involves taking stem cells from…

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