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Primary school headmistress cancels Christmas concerts because it’s too dangerous for children to cross the road to church
25 November 2015 18:50:45 News | Mail Online
Penny Brown, head of Reigate Park Primary School in Mackworth, Derby, said end-of-term carol concerts would be scrapped because she was 'not comfortable' with children crossing the A52.
All News 25 November 2015 18:50:45
31 August 2015 13:54:49 BBC News - UK
Woman who died of head injuries at Manchester house named as concert pianist Natalia Strelchenko
All News 31 August 2015 13:54:49
13 August 2015 16:35:58 BBC News - UK
A five-year-old girl died after her head became stuck in a lift in a building in Weymouth, say police.
All News 13 August 2015 16:35:58
20 July 2015 14:56:51 mirror - News
The Mysterious Girl looked relieved to be back on stage after giving evidence at the High Court
All News 20 July 2015 14:56:51
07 July 2015 10:01:11 mirror - News
Despite giving his best effort, the dad was completely overshadowed by his unbelievably talented daughter after she showed off her amazing skills
All News 07 July 2015 10:01:11
05 June 2015 18:20:08 BBC News - UK
Stop-start traffic is reported for 45 miles on the M4 as thousands of music fans head to Cardiff for One Direction and Manic Street Preachers concerts.
All News 05 June 2015 18:20:08
05 March 2015 16:04:04 BBC News - UK
A venue that cancelled a gig by controversial jazz saxophonist Gilad Atzmon is criticised for giving in to bullying.
All News 05 March 2015 16:04:04
01 March 2015 02:36:29 Football | Mail Online
Football 01 March 2015 02:36:29
22 January 2015 12:55:25 BBC News - UK
Singer Gary Glitter gave a 12-year-old girl champagne after a concert before inviting her into a hotel room and having sex with her, a jury hears.
All News 22 January 2015 12:55:25
Boys should be educated separately until they're 16 to stop them being 'intimidated' by girls, says top head
05 January 2015 04:07:53 News | Mail Online
Boys aged 11 to 16 should be educated separately to avoid them being intimidated by girls, according to Alun Jones, the new head of the Girls' Schools Association.
All News 05 January 2015 04:07:53