The celestial blackout - time to get some tins in
As the spectre of cataclysmically damaging solar flares threaten to cause over £1 trillion (yep, trillion) of damage in the next few years, it might be wise to stock up on baked beans and long-life milk.
What's on TV
With the stress that comes with working in a news room, ALN lifestyle editor Natasha Iny turns to the box to find relief. Unfortunately for her, relaxation has not been on the agenda.
Keep calm and carry on
ALN sports editor Jack says RELAX. There is no need for stress or knicker twisting.
UAL prepares to strut its stuff
ALN editor Gerard Starkey introduces us to the London Autumn/Winter 11 Fashion Week.
This urban jungle is sending me back to nature
Sydney, our reviews editor, contemplates survival of the fittest in the urban jungle and going back to nature.
Give up the fight?
The protests and demonstrations against the rise of tuition fees are set to begin again, but with a majority vote having decided a definite rise in costs is it still worth standing outside waving banners?
Silent night, lonely night?
Family Christmas is losing its appeal when we grow up, for a while we might not care very much about it but when we finally start to live by ourselves, the urge to re-create this special time takes over and we finally get to have Christmas our way.
UAL students unsatisfied
Fewer than 500 of the 20,000 University of the Arts London students bothered to participate in the autumn term Student Union survey that quizzed students on their course organisation and management.
Is the only way really Essex?
Essex has always been overshadowed by its stereotype of fake tanned girls in white stilettos. But with recent publicity is Essex trying to ditch its bad image?
Good news at last
It’s official. After years of speculation the British nation and people around the globe were amazed as it was announced that Prince William and Kate Middleton were engaged and are to get married next year in London.