Update: Found, After Missing in Search of a Missing Tribe

A Helicopter pilot asked to evacuate missing Brit explorer Benedict Allen from the Papua New Guinea jungle is refusing to collect him unless they're paid £6,000 for the job, it is claimed.Mr Allen vanished while visiting a tribe in thick Papua New Guinea jungle but has since been located and will likely soon be reunited with... Continue Reading →

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How to Bargain for Christmas Presents

​ CHRISTMAS was always going to be a busy time for mother-of-six and grandmother-of-five Hayley Bewley. But she’s already got 240 presents bought and wrapped – and saved more than £1,000 - by starting her Christmas shopping more than a year ago. Hayley, 53, bought her first gift for this Christmas in last year’s Black... Continue Reading →

Saudi Crown Prince, Salman Moves could Damage U S Interests 

US officials have expressed "growing alarm" at the moves made recently by Saudi Arabia's crown prince saying they could "damage US interests", the New York Times reported. US diplomats along with officials from the Pentagon and Central Intelligence Agency say Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman "is behaving recklessly without sufficient consideration to the likely consequences... Continue Reading →

Drink and Drive Limit

Do not get behind the wheel if you are a woman who has consumed more than a half quart of beer or a man who has exceeded three standard drinks. Ahead of the festive season‚ South African Breweries (SAB) has released a guide on alcohol units and measures in an effort “to reduce the harm... Continue Reading →

Winston Churchil not Better than Adolf Hitler

Dr Tharoor, a former Under-Secretary General of the UN, says the blame for the Bengal Famine rests with Churchill ROHIT JAIN PARAS/AFP/Getty ImagesAn Indian politician has said Winston Churchill is no better than Adolf Hitler and the two leaders have equivalent amounts of “blood” on their hands. Dr Shashi Tharoor, whose new book Inglorious Empire... Continue Reading →

The Forward Movement of Time

The first thing most of us notice about clocks and watches when we learn to tell time, is that the hands turn clockwise – the habit of perceiving clockwise motion as a representation of the forward movement of time is deeply ingrained; so much so that once having learned it, most of us cease to... Continue Reading →

Women Taking Over Men Dominated Industries 

Ryu Bokyoung is confident she can do anything a man does in the sprawling Ulsan refinery in South Korea, be it scaling 100-meter steel towers or working through the night when repairing the plant. The challenges that come with being a woman in the traditionally male-dominated oil industry have never stopped her.Newly wed, the 28-year-old... Continue Reading →

How safe is Bottled Water

​ There's nothing quite like the feeling of pure, ice-cold hydration. Some of us get our water for free from the tap. The rest pay for it — at the cost of roughly $100 billion a year. At that steep a price tag, you might assume buying the bottled stuff would be worth it. In... Continue Reading →

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