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British Film Director, Nigerian born,Malcolm Benson,was among the stars who attended the BEFFTA Awards, two weekends ago, where he was nominated in several categories for his latest iconic film titled,"RETURN OF THE DON", which earned him multiple Awards on that night. 

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Lions - A Species Under Threat

Lions are not listed currently as endangered, but their numbers are falling dramatically… Viable and enforced conservation plans are needed in order to protect this amazing species from extinction in the wild.


IS IT EPILEPSY OR IS IT WITCHCRAFT?According to Epilepsy,Epilepsy is a common condition that affects approximately one in 103 people. It is usually diagnosed in childhood and in  people over the age of 65, but it can affect anyone.
But the only visible symptom of epilepsy is recurrent seizures, and these are caused by too much electrical activity in groups of neurons in the brain.

The SUBWAY® brand Teams Up with Liverpool Football Club

 photo subway.png Announcement builds on tSubwayhe brand’s commitment to support healthier and active lifestyles Today the SUBWAY® brand announced that it has signed a multi-year commitment with Liverpool Football Club

Leeds school stabbing: police confirm pupil in custody - video

A Leeds policeman speaks outside Corpus Christi Catholic College in Leeds after a teacher was stabbed to death on Monday. Chief Superintendent Paul Money says a 15-year-old male pupil is being held in police custody after being detained by other members of staff. The teacher has been names locally as 61-year-old Anne Maguire.

60 years on, pioneering painter Martin Froy returns to Leeds

In the 1950s, the University of Leeds introduced its innovative Gregory Fellowships in poetry, fine art and music — the first artist-in-residence programme of its kind at a UK university. Artist Martin Froy was its first Gregory Fellow in Painting between 1951 and 1954, selected by an advisory committee which included T.S. Eliot, Hebert Read, Henry Moore and Professor Bonamy Dobrée.

Fixers is a project (for 16-25 year olds)

Fixers is a project (for 16-25 year olds) of the Public Service Broadcasting Trust, funded by the National Lottery through the Big Lottery Fund, and featured on ITV.

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