Washstation spins out of control

Residents of Mclaren House continue to face issues with their laundry at the Washstation Laundrette A student accommodation situated in Elephant and Castle fails to supply student residents a reliable and well equipped laundrette as the drying machines fail to dry clothes to a decent standard. JLDN reporter Pia Marshall a current resident at Mclaren […]

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Student Living: Things to do on a budget

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London is one of the best Cities in the world to live in as a student, especially if you know how to do it on a budget. Our JLDN reporter Aileen took us through the best student deals in London, including £3 cinema tickets at the Southbank BFI and £10 tickets to see Speech and debate at […]

Salesman screening protest

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Budget 2017

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Creative Baking In The Heart Of London

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If you don’t love cake then there is something seriously wrong with you but for those people who have a sweet tooth like me then London is the best place for you as it’s known for an endless list of creative bakeries Get a taste of creative London with these custom designed baked goods from some […]

JLDN: Holiday cheer

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Street Art In London

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London has one of the biggest and best collections of uncommissioned street art in the world, where local and international artists take time to decorate the streets of London Street art is everywhere we look, but it can be a bit controversial. Is it art or not? JLDN’s Lukas takes a look at street art on the walls and […]

An insight to street art

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Why Do We Love Theatre So Much?

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London’s theatre scene is making a comeback with more and more people preferring to go and see a live show rather than going to the cinema. More than 22 million people around the world have attended London theatre performances which makes London the biggest theatre city in the world. Our reporter, Leynna went out into central London […]

What Do You Actually Know About Independent Film?

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It’s obvious that the blockbuster film industry in London is huge but how much do you know about independent film? When you think of small independent cinema, everyone seems to think they’re all low budget films which aren’t well known at all. LA LA Land and Moonlight were some of the biggest sellers at independent cinema’s in London. However, are they […]

South London’s hidden cinemas

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Tribute To The Legend Notorious B.I.G

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Its been 20 years since US rap legend The Notorious B.I.G was tragically killed in a drive-by shooting. This week, tributes have been made all around the world. In the heart of Camden, a pop up shop was put in place to commemorate the rapper’s death. Our reporter Hannah Turner gives an insight into the short life […]

International Women’s Day

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JLDN: Holiday cheer

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Sadie Bailey’s Ripper

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“The more the merrier, bring your own booze though I’m a struggling artist” Sadie Bailey’s exciting new venture, “RIPPER” by Project Upcoming, explores the subcultures of skateboarding and everything relevant. The exhibition will feature work from photographers and illustrators from all over the globe and some personal pieces created by Sadie herself. With this project […]

Girl power playlist

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 Top 10 girl power songs in honour of international women’s day. Our reporter Monique took us through the best girl power songs including, Destiny’s Child- Survivor Alicia Keys- Girl on fire No Doubt- Just a girl Ariana Grande- Dangerous women Iggy Azalea- Fancy Lady Gaga- Hey Girl Missy Elliot- Get your freak out M.I.A- Bad […]

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