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By Luke MacGregor
With very little understanding of astronomy but with the aid of a phone app, I began a three evening attempt to capture the moon with the Olympic Rings. The rings have been hanging iconically on Tower Bridge… Continue reading
In a display unlikely to win him a place in China’s Olympic squad, one young student at the Chinese University Games appears to forget the basic premise of the 110m hurdles.
FREE beer for a year in exchange for a job – it could just be the employment pitch too good to refuse.
An 18-year-old Mackay man desperate to find work has placed a classified advertisement offering his prospective employer a… Continue reading
According to the Electric Power Research Institute (EPRI), it costs just $1.36 per year for consumers to charge their iPads every other day, which is shockingly inexpensive.
When charging, each model of the iPad uses less than 12 kWh over… Continue reading
I’m well into social media, but is this really going too far?
If you’re into social media as much as I am, this product will make roughly $18.85 (14.99 euro) magically hop out of your pocket: the Social Media Shower… Continue reading
If you reading and following this blog I guess I am safe in thinking that you, like me believe that apprenticeships and the skills and life experience that they develop are a key part of the foundation of our country… Continue reading
Martha’s NeverSeconds blog started as a writing project with her father
A nine-year-old girl who became an internet hit after blogging about her school dinners claims she has been banned from taking photographs of her meals.
Martha Payne, from Argyll,… Continue reading
Bradford College has stood by its decision to spend £24,000 on a decorative mace for its graduation ceremonies.
The purchase has been described as a “crass bit of judgement” by the lecturers’ union and “offensive” by a member of College… Continue reading