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Half Blood Prince is no Half Attempt!

I for one have been a dedicated Harry Potter fan since the start, back in 2001 when the unknown JK Rowling appeared from nowhere, and released her first ever book; Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone. Whilst some lesser fans have criticised the films’ ability to transform our favourite novels from page to screen, I

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Cirkle  •  20th Jul 09

Death: The Ultimate PR?

The news of Michael Jackson’s death three weeks ago was met with disbelief and shock the world over. Fans mourned, other artists paid tribute and the story dominated the front pages for days. And yet, as our own Kate pointed out on this blog, it could be argued that it was the very same media

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Cirkle  •  14th Jul 09

What’s Your Student Debt Really Worth?

In the last few days, the government has announced plans to waive university fees for students who live at home throughout their years of studying. These students won’t have any financial help in the forms of loans or bursary grants, but they will leave university debt-free, something which is becoming almost impossible these days even

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Ryanair Joins The Credit Crunch!

Ryanair boss, Michael O’Leary has insisted that efforts to cut costs on the airline will now mean that passengers will be asked to pay a pound to spend a penny as he confirmed plans to charge for toilets within two years. The chief executive of Europe’s largest budget carrier said the airline would generate extra

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Cirkle  •  13th Jul 09

The Show Must Go On…But Who’s Judging It?

With reality shows set to hit our screens again in September, those of you without Sky Plus (seriously, it’s a great investment!) will undoubtedly be torn between channels as prime time TV sets in at the weekend. As many of you will have seen, today’s headlines herald Alesha Dixon as the latest judge to high

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Cirkle  •  10th Jul 09

And Finally…

Maybe it’s because it’s summer and people are getting a bit hot and bothered, but the world of news seems to have gone a little bonkers just recently. While the front pages are dominated by Michael Jackson’s death and the swine flu epidemic, and the back pages are plastered with Aussies and the Ashes, take

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Cirkle  •  9th Jul 09

The End of Men?

Well, as women have long suspected, soon we will be able to do away with the male species all together! Scientists have developed new technology that allows sperm to be created from stem cells. Joking aside, the good news is, if the procedure goes on to be fully developed, infertile men would be able to

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Cirkle  •  8th Jul 09

Peter Andre – Playing The PR Game Perfectly Or Going Too Far?

I have to admit I am firmly in Camp Andre over the whole Jordan/Peter split. That isn’t because I am a woman-hating female, I have in the past thought Katie Price was an honest, successful modern day woman. Photos of Andre crying as he handed his children back to a nanny whilst Jordon flashed her

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Cirkle  •  7th Jul 09

Babies Rollerskate for Evian

It’s one of the most well-recognised advertising campaigns of the last decade, but the Evian babies have never really done it for me. Until now.The babies are back for a new campaign, and the latest creative is perhaps one of the most well-executed ads I’ve ever seen. It blends the ‘cuteness’ of the babies (the

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