David Cameron and his wife Samantha, have flown to America to meet the American President, Barack Obama. David Cameron wanted to cut the number of Britons sent for trial to the US. The UK Prime Minister said that he wanted British courts to try more of the cases that now lead to citizens. Officials from ... Read the full story here →
Big Bang Interview
Pupils Oli and Jack interview Steve Sands, Marketing of Festo Engineering. Written by Tom. What do you think of the fair so far? Really great, really busy, good projects. Some really interesting innovations. How has science changed in the last few years? The topics have changed a lot in the last three to five years. ... Read the full story here →
Liver Scare for Abidal
Barcelona and France defender Eric Abidal is to undergo a liver transplant. The 32-year-old had surgery to remove a tumour on his liver last March, but recovered in time to play in the Champions League final, just two months later . “Over the coming weeks, the player will undergo a liver transplant,” a Barcelona club statement confirmed. “The ... Read the full story here →
Boris Johnson today announced that by London 2012 there will be WiFi access to 80 station platforms and 120 stations by 2013. Although WiFi won’t be available while travelling on the tube, people waiting or getting off at platforms will have unlimited internet access. The chosen internet provider is Virgin Media. This’ll be extremely beneficial ... Read the full story here →
iPad HD..or 2.5?
Whatever the new iPad will end up being called, one thing we know for sure is its features, and the big magazines and tech programmes aren’t impressed. The successor to the iPad 2 was unveiled on March 7, 2012 by Apple CEO Tim Cook at the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts. The new iPad ... Read the full story here →
The Rotary Technology Tournament is a competition which tests the skills of Schools from many parts of the country. Twenty three teams from different schools competed in the competition, which has been running for many years. The challenge this year was to build a coin sorter. The challenge took place on the 14th March and ... Read the full story here →
Footy’s Race Barrier
St Albans is not a footballing city. It is no Manchester nor Milan, and its entire stadium is probably as big as a Nou Camp drinks bar in Barcelona. Where it is special, however, is through the football team’s black manager, David Howell, one of the only black managers in the English league system. After ... Read the full story here →
Racism in Decline
Tomas talks to St Albans FC manager David Howell about his experiences as a black football manager and his views on the changing attitudes to race in the football world.
The 14th annual rotary competition for schools in Harpenden and St Albans took place yesterday, twenty-three teams in three challenges arrived at Malboroughschool. Every year the teams involved have to complete a challenge with minimal materials. This year the challenge was to design, build and use a coin sorter. The three categories – basic, intermediate ... Read the full story here →