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Stirling achievement

  STIRLING music pupils received many special mention awards and medals in the Port Rex Lions Eisteddfod held in May. Sive Sogoni received the Petro Ferreira...
Stirling Primary pupils did exceptionally well at the Surfer’s Marathon recently. In fact, the first three boys’ positions and the first two girls’ positions in the Junior Surfers all went to Stirling pupils. From left are, Kiara Herman (first U13 girl), Amber Herman (second U13 girl), Sherwin Bauer (third U13 boy), Nathan Gallacher (first U13) and Asha Hoare (second U13 boy)

Stirling’s Surfers pride

Stirling Primary pupils did exceptionally well at the Surfer’s Marathon recently. In fact, the first three boys’ positions and the first two girls’ positions...

Stirling’s spin on ‘Robin Hood’ tale

OVER the years, Stirling High has become well-known for their quality plays and musicals. So get ready to be completely awestruck yet again by Stirling’s...

Stirling team is the bees knees

STIRLING Primary School hosted and went on to win a Grade 1 to 7 SACEE (South African Council of English Educators) Spelling Bee on...

Former Stirling pupil soars in dance of life and studies

FORMER Stirling High School pupil Lauren Volker has achieved an amazing nine distinctions in her 2016 university examinations and will be graduating her third...

Pioneers hit Stirling for six

Pharo, Butler shine in their team’s 37-run win over East London rivals DESMOND COETZEE PIONEERS United brought smiles to the faces of their supporters – and...

Music for a cause

The East London Classical Players present their quarterly music concert on Saturday at Stirling Presbyterian Church at 3pm. Among the works to be performed,...

GIRL POWER

  The Stirling Primary and High netball teams won their respective U12 and first-team East London leagues and will be travelling to Port Elizabeth to...

City’s young artists display talents

Imagination, creativity, and uniqueness are on full display at the Belgravia Arts School after pupils from more than 20 schools in East London submitted...

Vicky Luff’s big birthday bash

THE DYNAMIC Body Studio-owner and Pilates instructor, Vicky Luff, will once again be using her birthday to celebrate generosity, love and giving. In previous years,...

AVID BOOKWORMS

The SACEE Sheryl Human Read Out Loud Contest for Grade 6 and 7 pupils saw 15 schools enter 59 pupils. Stirling Primary School congratulated...

ELfest shows off school art works

CELEBTATING the Arts, the 16th ELfest is under-way, showing of some of East London's schools' best talent The festival comprises of two sections, namely Drama...

ITSI talk on improving teaching methods

ITSI's chief executive, Lieb Liebenberg gave an informative and critical presentation on effective teaching methods for the 21st century at the East London Golf...

Resourceful ‘greenies’ do their bit for planet at the Big Green Expo

A Baysville pensioner who spends her days crocheting supermarket bags into hats, slippers and handbags, thereby keeping plastic away from landfills and wire fences,...

Royal taste of India a treat

ROYAL Bombay Express in Stirling is not only royal by name but after tasting their food, you will feel like you’ve been treated to...

Vaughn’s Furnishers marks 10 years

FROM beds, antiques and wooden furniture, to coins and collectibles, Vaughn’s Furnishers in Cambridge has it all and more. This week Vaughn Schröpfer celebrates 10...

Spinner craze hits EL schools

They’re the latest craze in the children’s toy market, with store owners reportedly selling dozens a day.   Fidget spinners – hand-held triangular contraptions with rounded...

What’s On – May 25 2017

Today (Thursday, May 25) ●Put on your dancing shoes to waltz, two-step and line dance the night away with Ivan’s Band at the East London...

School jazz band celebrates in style

Jazz lovers danced away to the soothing sounds of the Stirling Jazz Band at its annual May Dance concert at Stirling High School hall...

Get ‘In the Mood’ for a Big Band night

Stirling High’s annual dance a rare experience GUESTS can enjoy a trip back to the era of swing music with a Gatsby-like atmosphere at the...

Local Pop trio to open for Grammy-nominees, Lumineers

LOCAL alternative pop band, Opposite the Other, has been selected as the opening act for American band, The Lumineers’ South African leg of their...

East London schools square off in spelling bee contest

GEORGE Randell Primary School hosted a foundation phase South African Council for English Education (SACEE) spelling bee last week. Fourteen schools from East London, including...

Doors open for EL singer Swazi Sibam, 12

Everything seems to be going according to plan for Swazi Sibam, East London’s 12-year-old multi-talented songbird who is set to perform at the Walt Disney...

Hayleigh needs help to treat serious illness

Girl battles life-threatening disease TWO weeks before her eighth birthday Hayleigh Stals was diagnosed with a rare and life-threatening genetic condition, Fanconi Anaemia (FA). FA is...

Pair spread the love by helping those in need

MARION and Matthew Peake are going out of their way to make sure that those who are hungry are fed, not just physically but...

Splashing out

BIG HANDOVER: PnA handed over parkas to the Stirling High School water polo teams last week. The parkas were donated by PnA East London...

Lesley makes a splash

Stirling pupil wins three golds at Cana ULTIMATE Swim Club (USC) member Lesley Blignaut received three gold medals and broke two championship records at the...

WINNING SMILES

The winners of the PnA/GO! & Express ‘Colour Penny’ competition were chosen last week from over 40 great entries from children. The winner of...

Have a heart, support CHOC in cancer fight

Visit Hemingways for Childhood Cancer Day HAVE a heart for children with cancer this International Childhood Cancer Day and visit Hemingways Mall to support Childhood...

Valentine’s cabaret on stage for good cause

THE annual Valentine’s Cabaret is back for 11 days of non-stop entertainment and love with the brand new themed cabaret Kiss and Tell. Each year...

700 pupils still to place

Only a handful of more than 700 displaced pupils have been accommodated by government schools over the past two weeks since the 2017 academic...

Tarryn African Queen of hearts

Winner’s Miss Teen initiative will change lives EAST London-born Tarryn Ogle walked away with the prestigious Mrs African Queen title at the gala event in...

EL church group visits Cambodia

A MISSIONARY group from Stirling Presbyterian Church visited Phlong Village in Cambodia last month. The group, led by Pastor Jared Stanford and Junior Pastor...

GTC drive to revive SA motorsport

THE Global Touring Cars (GTC) will be the highlight at the 2016 Border 100 on December 3. It is generally acknowledged that East London is...

Young cricketers make King proud on the pitch

TWO young and talented boys have made the King community proud with top-quality performances on the cricket pitch. Dale Junior Grade 7 pupils Juan Jeggels...

Young cricketers make King proud on the pitch

TWO young and talented boys have made the King community proud with top-quality performances on the cricket pitch. Dale Junior Grade 7 pupils Juan Jeggels...

Complex reality of Nahoon story

NAHOON has become a magical word for generations of beachgoers, surfers, business owners and holiday makers but few are privy to the history of...

Kids excel in world art event

YOUNG East London artists fared well at the 47th World School Children’s Art Exhibition held in Taiwan this year, receiving one gold, two silvers, a bronze and...

EL boy off to model UN debate

Stirling star part of SA team AFTER performing well at the SA Model United Nations National Conference, Stirling High School’s Haydon Anderson, 14, was selected as...

Accounting honours add up for school

STIRLING High School pupils excelled in the recent National Junior Accounting Olympiad, securing the top-three spots in the Eastern Cape. Grade 9 pupil Peter McCausland came...

A case of edugration

Steady increase of families relocating to catchment areas of top schools in EL MORE and more families are moving from their homes to areas where...

BCM excel in biathle

EL athletes shine with 21 medals at world champs EAST London biathletes came home smiling yesterday after winning a total of 21 medals at the...

Athletes to take on the world

16 EL contenders to represent SA in US AN EXCITED group of 16 East London athletes have been selected to represent South Africa at the...

Pupils’s sporting chance

AW Barnes Primary hosts cricket clinic for juniors thanks to Pretoria-based company SARAH KINGON YOUNG cricketers from AW Barnes Primary School benefited from an afternoon of skills...

Handbags give hope to disadvantaged

TO uplift and encourage women from disadvantaged backgrounds, donate a handbag (old or new) and fill it with soap, a face cloth, deodorant, sanitary...

Pair get nod for Italy

•Young swimmers set to join SA Olympics training camp overseas ‘It is my dream to go to the Olympics one day’ TEENAGE swimmers Bathandwa Dyantyi and Lesley...

Club fun at churches

CHURCHES around East London are preparing to host hundreds of excited children at holiday clubs during the upcoming school vacation. Parents are encouraged to drop their...

Off to world event

Duo to represent SA at champs in Russia TWO East London pupils were selected to represent South Africa at the World Junior Synchronised Swimming Championships...

Hurry for holiday club

STIRLING Baptist Church holiday club will be running from Monday June 27 to Friday July 1. The church has been serving the city through...