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Rats Drive Cars!

YOU’VE heard of driverless cars. Now there are cars driven by rats!

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First News
November 01, 2019

Migrant Tragedy

THE bodies of 39 people, believed to be from Vietnam, were found dead inside a lorry (like the one pictured above) in Essex last week.

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First News
November 01, 2019

Coca-cola Named 2019's Most-polluting Brand

FOR the second year in a row, drinks company Coca-Cola has been found responsible for more plastic pollution than the next top three polluters combined, in a worldwide study.

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First News
November 01, 2019

Casey Stoney

MANCHESTER United’s manager Casey Stoney knows what’s what when it comes to football – as her new book, Changing The Game, shows! We spoke to Casey, and found out everything we could about her passion for the sport.

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First News
November 01, 2019

Breakfast Of Champions

ENGLAND face South Africa in the Rugby World Cup fi nal tomorrow (Saturday 2 November) morning.

1 min read
First News
November 01, 2019

Young Climate Activists Targeted By Trolls

Young climate campaigners have been receiving horrible messages and abuse on social media.

1 min read
First News
October 04, 2019

Food's Hidden Costs

Understand the impacts and talk about food products.

3 mins read
First News
October 25, 2019

SIMON COWELL

I DIDN’T KNOW WHO WAS GOING TO BE ON

3 mins read
First News
October 25, 2019

NOW THAT'S SCARY!

FRIGHTENING LEVELS OF PLASTIC WASTE AT HALLOWEEN

1 min read
First News
October 25, 2019

I CAN DANCE!

JUNIOR journalist Emily headed down to No10 Downing Street in London to talk to Education Secretary Gavin Williamson about her concerns for wheelchair users like herself.

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First News
October 25, 2019

FIREWORK FEARS

FIREWORKS season is here, and while it’s a lot of fun for us, our furry friends may fi nd it frightening and very upsetting.

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First News
October 25, 2019

Harris Dickinson - 'Being On The Set Was Mind-Boggling!'

British actor Harris Dickinson takes on the role of the fairytale hero Prince Phillip in Maleficent: Mistress of Evil. We caught up with him to find out what it was like to play a prince.

3 mins read
First News
October 18, 2019

Typhoon Terror

RESCUE operations are taking place in Japan after the country was battered by Typhoon Hagibis.

1 min read
First News
October 18, 2019

Simone, The Greatest

SIMONE Biles just keeps making history.

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First News
October 18, 2019

For The Love Of Cod

WE'VE mainly concentrated on dry land so far in our Food Matters series, so this week we're taking a deep dive into the slippery subject of seafood. On the one hand, we're told to eat more fish for our health, but we're also told that overfishing is a global problem. So how can we make sure we're not contributing to the collapse of ocean populations while still having a little fishy on our dishy?

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First News
October 18, 2019

Eco Anxiety - Are You Suffering From It?

AS the climate crisis worsens, millions of people have taken to the streets to demand action.

5 mins read
First News
October 18, 2019

Tom Fletcher 'I Have A Little Christmas Tree Up All Year!'

WHEN we caught up with Tom Fletcher it was a scorching hot day, but that didn’t stop us chatting about his new book, The Christmasaurus and The Winter Witch, and all things Christmas! “

3 mins read
First News
October 04, 2019

Trip To The Moon Anyone?

THE boss of SpaceX, Elon Musk, says the rocket he wants to use to send people to the moon and Mars is almost ready for launch.

1 min read
First News
October 04, 2019

Extinction Rebellion Return

THIS Monday (7 October), climate activists Extinction Rebellion will be taking to the streets again to protest about the lack of immediate action against climate change.

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First News
October 04, 2019

Worst Start In 30 Years

MANCHESTER United and their fans are reeling after the club’s worst start to a league season in 30 years.

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First News
October 04, 2019

D'oha!

DINA Asher-Smith won 100m silver at the World Athletics Championships in Doha, Qatar – as athletes slammed the organisers about empty stands and unbearable heat.

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First News
October 04, 2019

Back From The Brink

PINE martens have been successfully reintroduced to the Forest of Dean after fighting back from the brink of extinction in England.

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First News
October 04, 2019

Sir David Sets Sail

THE UK’s new polar research ship was named the RRS Sir David Attenborough yesterday (Thursday) by the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge.

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First News
September 27, 2019

Rhino Saved?

THERE is hope that the northern white rhino can be saved from extinction after scientists created two embryos of the animal.

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First News
September 27, 2019

Healthy Or Stealthy?

MEAT alternatives like Quorn, tofu and beanburgers have been around for years, but recently they've had an explosion in popularity, helped by the appearance of lots of new 'fake meat' burgers made with plants instead of animals. Although they're called healthy and environmentallyfriendly, how true is that?

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First News
September 27, 2019

Fast Beats Cause Crashes

DRIVING while listening to banging and upbeat tunes has been found to make motorists more likely to speed and drive more dangerously.

1 min read
First News
September 27, 2019

Around The World In A Tiny Chopper

JAMES Ketchell (above) has become the fi rst person to travel all the way around the world in a gyrocopter.

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First News
September 27, 2019

Steak It Or Leave It?

Meat has been a hot topic lately – often when scientists, doctors or campaigners have called for us to eat less of it, either for health or environmental reasons. Will cutting down on meat really help to save the planet? Or make us healthier? Is it really that simple? Well, the simple answer is that, erm, no, it's not that simple and it depends what the meat is, how it was raised and who's eating it.

8 mins read
First News
September 20, 2019

Missing Out On School

A HUGE 258 million children were out of school in 2018.

1 min read
First News
September 20, 2019

Kids On Strike

Teenagers From Malawi Join Uk Schoolkids On Climate March

1 min read
First News
September 20, 2019

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