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‘Asthma kills, please carry an inhaler’

A MUM whose young daughter died after a severe asthma attack has launched a campaign encouraging other youngsters with the condition to carry their inhalers at all times.

Rossy Kissi-Debrah set up the Ella Roberta Family Foundation after her... read on

IF his school careers adviser had had his way Robert Daws would have been "commuting to Fenchurch Street every day to work in the city in insurance". read on...
IT is not often that theatres devote whole shows to dance but the Young Vic is about to change that with a new production focusing on hip hop. read on...
A WAR of words has erupted between a boxing club and the sport’s governing body after a coach was handed a six-month ban following a row with a ringside official. read on...
THE community is rallying to save a 114 year-old library from closure. read on...





Fulham 3 Charlton 0

IT HAD to be him.

Scott Parker - the once idolised Charlton midfielder before his defection to Chelsea - was the Fulham heartbeat in a first half which gave the home side a clear sight of victory.

That 2-0 lead at the break - with goals from Parker and Hugo Rodallega - was enough. Despite a huge amount of pressure from the Addicks, who were unrecognisable from the side that put in the opening 45 minute shift.

Parker took just six minutes to score, converting from close range when Ross McCormack found him five yards out.

And Charlton were further behind six minutes later. Stephen Henderson could only parry McCormack's shot into the path of Rodallega, who made no mistake with the follow up.

But Charlton came out of the blocks with a totally different attitude and approach after the break. George Tucudean's header was pushed around the post by Marcus Bettinelli while Franck Moussa was not far away with a... read on

Fulham 3 Charlton 0

IT HAD to be him.

Scott Parker - the once idolised Charlton midfielder before his defection to Chelsea - was... read on

MILLWALL'S midfield lynchpin Shaun Williams returns to the line-up on Saturday for the televised game against Cardiff and will answer fans' questions ... read on
DANNY Shittu has not dismissed the idea of being a manager one day - but he is sceptical about putting himself through it.
The defender’s leadersh... read on
BYRON Webster literally made the “Most” of playing abroad - because that was the name of the club he played for.
The Lions centre-back got his foo... read on


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