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HMS/mD1: Dartmouth’s sunken sub granted protection

The WW1 era ship HMS D1, that was purposely sunk off the coast of Dartmouth in 1918, has been given protection, protecting its contents from being moved but still enabling diving. After it was purposely sunk towards the end of the First World War, it is now used as a...

UN fears of ground invasion rise, amid Israel and Palestine airstrikes.

Israel has continued to step up their airstrikes against Palestinian militants in Gaza, in retaliation to Hamas rockets aimed at Tel Aviv. The Israeli air defense system has so far managed to repel most missiles sent across the border. However, Hamas has recently...

How to Use Traditional Media to Destress Your Life In 650 Words or Less

Imagine this: you have just sat down in front of the TV with your dinner, and you’re searching through Netflix, but you can’t seem to find anything you want to watch – and now, your food is cold. Traditional media such as radio and TV used to be a regular part of most...

Sadio Mané, a Season to Forget

Sadio Mane’s professionalism is unquestionable at Anfield. Although his 9 goals in this Premier League campaign and 14 among all competitions with the ‘Reds’ are not enough. But more than that, is this version of Sadio Mané, unrecognizable. We...

Do you feel comfortable with restrictions being eased?

On Monday May 17th, the UK will be entering the next stage of lockdown restrictions being eased, despite the PM feeling concerned over the new Indian Covid-19 variant. As we approach this date, some people are feeling more anxious than others over the relaxation, with...

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The day after…….

So, this morning with heavy hearts, the nation’s lives return to ‘normal’ after our joyous week of hope, and how desperately sad I feel today for Gareth Southgate and his plucky band of brothers. Especially so for Bukayo Saka, Jadon Sancho, and Marcus Rashford...

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Ted Kaczynski – The mind of a genius

The Unabomber. A domestic terrorist who spent seventeen years targeting random people with bombs sent through the mail. He killed three people and injured 27 others during his campaign. His capture marked the end of the longest manhunt in FBI history. Kaczynski...

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HMS/mD1: Dartmouth’s sunken sub granted protection

The WW1 era ship HMS D1, that was purposely sunk off the coast of Dartmouth in 1918, has been given protection, protecting its contents from being moved but still enabling diving. After it was purposely sunk towards the end of the First World War, it is now used as a...

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The elephant in the room

The elephant in the room

It’s back – the monster topic that is obesity, has raised it’s ugly head yet again.      According to a recent independent review by Henry Dimbleby “there have been 14 government strategies aimed at reducing obesity in the UK since 1992. None have succeeded. The UK is...

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The day after…….

The day after…….

So, this morning with heavy hearts, the nation’s lives return to ‘normal’ after our joyous week of hope, and how desperately sad I feel today for Gareth Southgate and his plucky band of brothers. Especially so for Bukayo Saka, Jadon Sancho, and Marcus Rashford...

Ted Kaczynski – The mind of a genius

Ted Kaczynski – The mind of a genius

The Unabomber. A domestic terrorist who spent seventeen years targeting random people with bombs sent through the mail. He killed three people and injured 27 others during his campaign. His capture marked the end of the longest manhunt in FBI history. Kaczynski...

A guide to funding a greener home

Have you ever thought about altering aspects of your home because it could be more energyefficient but you aren’t able to fund it yourself? There are a variety of different fundingoptions out there that will help you make your home a greener space. However, many of...

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