Can You Sing a Rainbow Too?

Do you find it hard to remember names?  Do you sometimes wonder whether it would be easier if everything were just colour coded for your convenience? Well, if you live in Peterborough you’re in for a treat. Since being built in the 1980s, the car park of Queensgate Shopping Centre

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Newsvamp’s Fiendishly Tricky Maths Puzzle.

This week I have decided to stretch my quiz designing skills to the limit with this fiendishly tricky maths puzzle.  If you read it carefully the answer is in the question.  You can email your entry, along with any photo that you would like us to publish to quiz@newsnibbles.co.uk –

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Tell Nicola Anthony Your Story

Today we are talking to Artist and Badger Fan: Nicola Anthony about her work, her influences and her forth coming exhibition on the 29th of October at Rivington Place Gallery.  Yes, we are becoming very cultured. So, tell us a bit about this most recent exhibition and how you became

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Whose Poo is it Anyway?

In international news this week, a Washington war over excrement has come to our attention.  Feuding neighbours’ disagreement over the correct place to dump, well, dump made it all the way to a jury trial this week. According to the Washington Post poo has become quite a contentious issue in

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Newsvamp’s Guess Who?

After the roaring success that was last week’s quiz I have decided to try my hand at another.  Below your will find a picture of an animal, cleverly disguised to avoid recognition.  All you have to do is tell me what it is.  As always points will be given for

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You Wanna Buy Which One?

The makers of Monopoly decided to celebrate the recent Royal Wedding (or cash in, evidence is limited) by making a Welsh edition. Apparently, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, AKA Wills and Kate reside on the Welsh Island of Anglesey and not in Cambridge, as the title would suggest. Unfortunately

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Scottish Fish Farms Under Threat

Newsnibbles learned this week (and by learned we mean one of the interns read the BBC News Website) that salmon farms in Scotland are under threat of closure. According to some anglers and landowners, fish farming is responsible for the decline in wild salmon and trout stocks.  The environment minister

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Newsvamp’s Anagram Challenge

This week I have attempted to do the quiz myself.  I feel that a good leader should take responsibility, so taking Graham’s sterling work as inspiration I have set about creating this Anagram Challenge, which I hope will prove as equally challenging as his efforts.  As always you can email

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Hurrah For The Badgers!

There was good news for those campaigning against the badger cull this week as Gloucester Wildlife Trust published the results of the UK’s first badger vaccination trial. The report concluded the vaccination is both a viable and affordable alternative to the proposed badger cull that has sparked so much controversy

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Shocking Revelations About Hospital Food!

In health news this week the BBC has discovered that hospital food is not very popular with patients.  A survey of 200 health trusts across the UK revealed that on average 8% of food was being returned uneaten, and costing the NHS potentially millions in revenue every year.  This is

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