App that helps vulnerable people in Lambeth during the pandemic has won a top business award

An app which mobilised volunteers to shop for vulnerable people in Lambeth during the pandemic is among the winners in London’s top responsible business gongs. Described as an ‘Uber for volunteers’, onHand, which matches volunteers with charities in need of help, won the Lord Mayor’s Award for Innovation During COVID-19 at the Lord Mayor’s Dragon Awards.

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HITMAN 3: Game Review by Richard Cawley

If you are one of Agent 47’s targets then it doesn’t tend to end very well if the folically-challenged executioner turns up. Hitman 3 is the conclusion to the trilogy and there would be a contract out on my head if I spill any major details on the storyline. What I can say is that your missions take you around the world – and the settings are varied. You start in a cloud-kissed Dubai hotel and then move on to a secluded stately home in Dartmoor that has a heavy security detail.

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Lockdown sees rise in ‘Covideogamers’

Lockdown has massively changed the gaming community across the world, with a new breed of gamer emerging – the ‘Covideogamer’. Pre lockdown, the average gamer spent around 13 hours a week playing their favourites. This increased by 5 hours during lockdown with Brits spending 18 hours or more exploring new worlds online – that’s equivalent to 39 whole days spent gaming. Lockdown has given us all more time to kill, and today the split between male and female video gamers is strictly 50-50.

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Game Review: Assassin’s Creed Valhalla PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S

It’s time to be one of the pillage, people.  And the latest Assassin’s Creed release is Norse-y but nice. Okay, I promise I’ll leave the puns there. For anyone was has previous played Ubisoft’s popular series, then you’ll know the drill. And I’ve got no axe to grind about that. No, quite on the contrary, I need to sharpen it. And my dagger. And my spear.

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