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When pain strikes – look for Deep Freeze

More than two-thirds of women are expected to suffer from muscular back pain at some time during pregnancy. A growing bump puts more strain on the back and this can lead to mums arching their backs to compensate. If that was not enough, the hormone

Explosive detection dogs introduced in London airports to screen cargo

Dogs that are capable of detecting minute traces of explosives concealed in air freight are being deployed in cargo sheds at British airports as the government introduces its latest measure to reinforce the UK’s aviation security. Free running explosive detection dogs (FREDDs) working in close

Schools Minister announces boost to computer science teaching

Organisations are invited to run the first ever National Centre of Computing Science Education, the School Standards Minister Nick Gibb announced today. The national centre, along with 40 leading schools across the country, will help improve teaching of the computing curriculum and is supported by

Policing partnership at Tower Hamlets election

The Metropolitan Police Service (MPS) worked alongside Tower Hamlets Council in yesterday’s Mayoral and the Government Local Elections. This built on the lessons learnt from previous elections and feedback from different sections of the community and key stakeholders. Their plan, reviewed by both her Majesty’s

Local student goes from volleyball beginner to cup winner

Life at university is all about new experiences and taking up opportunities for the first time. Whether that’s through study, socialising, activities or locations, there is never a shortage of ways to add a string to a bow. While volleyball has a relatively low profile

Have you ever dreamt of owning your own vineyard?

Have you ever dreamt of owning your own vineyard? But still waiting to win the lottery? Your dream could be a reality via a new crowdfunding campaign by Domaine du Grand Mayne in the Côtes de Duras region of South West France. Wine lovers will