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Sir Mo bows out with a silver lining

14-8-2017 12:07 AM | voice-online | 0 similar news

Great Britain's greatest ever athlete beaten by Ethiopian in 5000m Written By:  Ayo Odumade at London Stadium THE SHOCKS keep coming at these World Championships as Ethiopia’s Muktar Edris beat Sir Mo Farah to ta (read more)


Chilli sauce producers present monthly Gourmet Grub Club Written By:  Advertorial FROM HUMBLE beginnings in a home kitchen where delicious chilli sauces would be made for friends and family, mother-daughter duo, Glad (read more)

Happy birthday Marcus Garvey!

17-8-2017 2:00 PM | voice-online | similar news

A look at the iconic black nationalist's achievements and a collection of his quotes MARCUS MOSIAH Garvey was born on August 17, 1887 in the Jamaican parish of St. Ann's to Marcus Garvey Sr. (read more)

The average rents for two bedroom apartments in Greenwich has risen from £900 per month in 2011 to £1,350 in 2017 AVERAGE RENTS for a two bedroom property increase 26% since 2011 in London new GMB study show. Pay has to rise to allow workers to afford these ever rising rents so the pu (read more)

Croydon-based organisation offers a chance to find out more about the adoption process A NATIONAL charity is urging the black community to consider adopting a vulnerable child as the numbers of children of black and minority ethnic (BME) descent on the national register have more tha (read more)

The Black Training and Enterprise Group (BTEG), have called for BAME groups to mobilise before David Lammy launches his review into the treatment of BAME people in the justice system THE BLACK Training and Enterprise Group (BTEG), a national charity that works for a fairer criminal j (read more)

Tell us your A level success stories

17-8-2017 7:20 AM | voice-online | similar news

The Voice is highlighting the hard work of our community’s students THOUSANDS OF students are getting themselves ready to find out their A level results later today (Aug 17). They’ll be hoping that they’ve achieved the success they’ve worked so hard for. (read more)

Approaches to surveillance at this year's Notting Hill Carnival prove controversial BLACK LEADERS and the events they gather at have long faced surveillance by governments and politicians. From the Black Panthers of the 1960s to the Black Lives Matter movement of recent years, o (read more)

Culture and Kenyatta Hill embark on new tour

16-8-2017 10:30 PM | voice-online | similar news

The two acts will tour America to celebrate the 40th anniversary of 'Two Seven Clash' IN CELEBRATION of the 40th anniversary of seminal reggae classic “Two Sevens Clash”, Culture featuring Kenyatta Hill have embarked on a North American tour. Acknowledged as the Reggae Albu (read more)

According to the research, millions of women are left in a state of confusion when it comes to health BRITISH WOMEN are in a constant state of confusion when it comes to their health and well-being, according to a new study. Researchers took an in depth look at how the nation’s women (read more)

UK unemployment falls to new 42-year low

16-8-2017 9:00 PM | voice-online | similar news

Unemployment rates are at the lowest its been since 1975 UNEMPLOYMENT IN the UK fell by 57,000 in the three months to June, official figures show, bringing the jobless rate down to 4.4% - its lowest since 1975. (read more)

The Hollywood actress and basketball player will team up on a limited TV series about Madam CJ Walker NBA PLAYER LeBron James is continuing to make moves off the court, as his production company, SpringHill Entertainment, is adding the first scripted drama to its growing roaster. Os (read more)

'The Voice' are heading to Birmingham for the landmark cricket Test ENGLAND PLAY West Indies in the first day/night Test in this country tomorrow (August 17). The match, played at Edgbaston, Birmingham, will see Joe Root's England face Jason Holder's fledgling outfit from t (read more)

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