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Posted on 11:08pm Sunday 16th May 2010
Okay, so perhaps I do not have three hundred and twenty six reasons to complain about the bus I take most mornings to my college in Hendon. But admittedly it sounds good, so I’m sticking to it. Barnet – the spires to Brent Cross, the journey that defies belief. Not in a good way I might add. Its , the bus should be here, as I indulge in my chocolate chip tracker bar knowing that any minute now my bus will be here.
Posted on 5:05pm Saturday 8th May 2010
The first time voter, he or she is a fresh faced, university or college student. Survived the spotty teens to step into the booth and vote for their chosen party. Whether there the heiress of a fox-hunting multi millionaire media mogul voting for the Conservatives or a Guardian reading Clegg crazy teen.
Posted on 10:07pm Saturday 17th April 2010
User nec vi, nec claim, nec prercario- not by force, not by stealth and not by permission. The Planning Committee on Wednesday evening was being asked to determine an application by local residents to register a piece of land as a Village Green.
Posted on 5:40pm Thursday 15th April 2010
Bright sunshine acted as a welcome support barrier as I headed towards my local newsagent. I choose my preferable choice in junk food that is lacking at home, specifically looking at options for some good crisps. Having witnessing Gary Lineker and JLS on television for a Walkers Crisps advert, I go for Ready Salted.
Posted on 11:43am Monday 12th April 2010
Take a close look next time you see the oldest man in Britain on the TV news. He's usually 108, invariably from Scotland and inevitably is holding a glass of Scotch in one hand and a cigarette in the other. "Crikey", I mutter to myself. "I've got a few years left then".
Posted on 2:51pm Friday 9th April 2010
Holidays over, and the election gun has been fired. Nominations for the Council Elections closed yesterday. So we political geeks will be straining to find out who is standing where and more important who is not standing.
Posted on 12:14am Thursday 8th April 2010
Friday 2nd April I arrived at my local mosque in North Finchley for Friday Prayers. The relentless rain forced me to put my hood up on my traditional Moroccan Kaftan thus I may have been confused as member of the Klu Klux Klan to anyone with historical ignorance! The rain may have posed a slight inconvenience to many praying but through the downpour, many prayed outside and left the mosque still spiritually enriched and smiling, having fulfilled a crucial part of their day.