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Some of Sir Mo's best bits

14-8-2017 9:07 AM | voice-online | 0 similar news

We revisit some of Farah's career highlights and say farewell to an incomparable star of British track Written By:  Andrea Photiou AS A proudly black British publication, 'The Voice' couldn't have been more plea (read more)


Cyrille Regis, the former West Brom and England forward died on Monday (Jan 15) Written By:  Jason Roberts for BBC Sport CYRILLE REGIS might have been a hero or a pioneer to many, but to me he was just my uncle. Growi (read more)

Londoners must help us tackle knife crime

16-1-2018 9:00 PM | voice-online | similar news

Deputy Commissioner of the Metropolitan Police Sir Craig Mackey has called for help from Londoners' help in tackling knife crime DEPUTY COMMISSIONER of the Metropolitan Police, Sir Craig Mackey has called for help from Londoners in tackling knife crime. He was speaking following (read more)

'Cyrille exhibited exceptional passion, determination and integrity' FOLLOWING THE very sad news of Cyrille Regis’ passing, Obayed Hussain, director of West Midlands Active Citizens, and the Equality Officer for the Birmingham FA, has issued a statement. Hussain said: “Cyril (read more)

Simone Biles: 'Larry Nassar abused me'

16-1-2018 8:00 PM | voice-online | similar news

The Olympic gold medalist has come forward with allegations against former US women's gymnastics team doctor, Larry Nassar SIMONE BILES, has joined a long list of athletes who have allegedly been victims of sexual abuse by longtime US women’s gymnastics team doctor Larry Nassar. (read more)

More cool runnings for Jamaica

16-1-2018 5:27 PM | voice-online | similar news

Women's bobsled team qualify for Winter Olympics JAMAICA HAVE qualified for the Olympic women’s bobsled team for the first time, earning the last quota spot in the PyeongChang field by a slim margin over Romania. This season, Jazmine Fenlator-Victorian (a 2014 U. (read more)

The BBC Radio 5 Live presenter will join the board with immediate effect THE BERNIE Grant Arts Centre has announced that BBC Radio 5 Live presenter and The Voice columnist Dotun Adebayo MBE will join its Board as chair with immediate effect. Deputy chair Sharon Grant OBE warmly welco (read more)

University of Hull leading the PHD Charge

16-1-2018 3:34 PM | voice-online | similar news

University of Hull are offering various 2018 PhD scholarships WITHOUT QUALITY researchers, there can be no quality research. This is why the University of Hull invests into PhD scholarships to attract the best academic talent and further our research endeavours. (read more)

Cyrille Regis: Leaving a lasting legacy

16-1-2018 2:28 PM | voice-online | similar news

Diahanne Rhiney, DJ Spoony and Ambrose Mendy speak to The Voice about the impact of Cyrille Regis Written By:  Leah Sinclair FOLLOWING THE very sad news of Cyrille Regis’ passing yesterday morning (Jan 15), The Voice (read more)

Gospel legend Edwin Hawkins dies, age 74

16-1-2018 1:28 PM | voice-online | similar news

The US singer - best known for his song 'Oh Happy Day' - died after cancer battle LEGENDARY GOSPEL singer Edwin Hawkins has died at the age of 74 following a lengthy battle with cancer. The Grammy Award-winning star, best known for his 1969 track,Oh Happy Day, died on Monday (read more)

The Brit rapper made a big impression on Good Morning Britain BRIT RAPPER Big Narstie was a guest on ITV's Good Morning Britain today (Jan 16) and had the opportunity to present the weather forecast like no one has ever done before. The Base Society MC, appeared on the ITV breakfast s (read more)

Ava DuVernay, Anthony Anderson, Omari Hardwick and more won big at the NAACP Image Awards AVA DUVERNAY beat off competition from the likes of Jay-Z and Bruno Mars to take home the Entertainer of the Year accolade at the NAACP Image Awards, Bang Showbiz reports. The 45-year-old directo (read more)

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