BBC News Schools Report 2010

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Celebrities good role models or bad news?

Whilst research shows that 1 in every 100 females develop anorexia, it is becoming increasingly common amongst males. Of course every individual is different but the common cause is peer pressure. Though how much is due to the influence of celebrities and models? Should we really be following their example?

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Features

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The Littleover head

Why Mr. Nichols is leaving, and what the governors have said about the position of head.

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Personal Life Or The Paparazzi Life?

Media. We rely on it to inform us daily on the latest headlines, But how much of thesed stories are true?

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International

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Lost and Found...or Not

Controversy strikes as the foreign office reports that five years old, Sahil Saeed has been found, but police disagree.

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Devastating Earthquake Strikes Turkey

A strong earthquake struck Turkey on the 8th March, killing 57 people, and people are still being pulled out of the rubble.

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National

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Mcdonalds offers GCSE in flipping burgers

Mcdonalds is offering a work experience - based qaulifacation for students, eqaul to a B or a C GCSE

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World Kidney Day, Is It?

What is world kidney day? Pupils at Ravensdale Junior School.

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Local

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Once Upon A World Book Day

Fairy tales were brought to life at Littleover Community School

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Heat Hits Heritage

Derby's oldest brick building, The Haus Pub, caught fire.

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Sports

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Sports relief Challenges Celebs

All across the UK people are supporting sports relief and doing challenges to help raise money for sports relief.

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Forest and Derby fined for brawl

A brawl at the end of the Nottingham Forest v Derby County game has caused both teams to be fined.

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