Antarctic bay to become world’s largest marine reserve

Antarctic bay to become world’s largest marine reserve

An area in Antarctica as big as Alaska is set to be the world’s largest marine reserve after the 24 member states of the Commission for the Conservation of Antarctic Marine Living Resources (CCAMLR), including the UK, the USA and Russia, agreed to put the area under special protection from...

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Tram derailed in Croydon leaving five dead and 50 injured

Tram derailed in Croydon leaving five dead and 50 injured

A tram derailed at Croydon near Sandilands station this morning leaving five people dead and 50 injured in hospital. It has been confirmed today by British Transport police, the driver of the tram has been arrested. Several fire fighters were at the scene with special equipment to free trapped passengers....

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Lloyds Bank to close branches and cut jobs

Lloyds Bank to close branches and cut jobs

Lloyds Bank is set to close 49 branches and cut 520 more jobs as part of a new three-year restructuring plan. The new plan, which is designed to cut costs and improve shareholder returns, was announced in October of 2014 and has resulted in about 5,500 net job cuts and...

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Kensington Architecture at Kensington Coffee: Photography by Lucy Elliott 

Kensington Architecture at Kensington Coffee: Photography by Lucy Elliott 

London-based photographer Lucy Elliott celebrates her newest exhibition Kensington Architecture at Kensington Coffee, 43 Kensington Church St. Elliott, who is also the editor of The Kensington Magazine, is celebrated in Kensington having lived and worked in the area for the past 16 years. Elliott’s interest in photography began at school...

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NHS Trust helps to develop life-saving technology for trauma patients

NHS Trust helps to develop life-saving technology for trauma patients

Imperial College Healthcare Trust, St Mary’s Hospital and Highland Biosciences (HLB) are helping to develop a new device to rapidly detect whether a patient is suffering from internal bleeding. Specialist trauma surgeons from St Mary’s Hospital, the National Institute of Health Research Diagnostic Evidence Cooperative (NIHR DEC), and designers from...

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Lo And Behold: Reveries Of The Connected World

Lo And Behold: Reveries Of The Connected World

Lo and Behold: Reveries Of The Connected World Director: Werner Herzog Running Time: 98 minutes The cliché about Werner Herzog is that he’s far more eccentric than any of the mystics and madmen that his films tend to feature. With his dramatic (and easily imitated) Teutonic accent, actively bizarre (if...

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Memory and brain function reduced after heading a football

Memory and brain function reduced after heading a football

Heading a football can significantly reduce memory and brain function for 24 hours, according to a new study by researchers at the University of Sterling. Using a machine to fire a football towards players at the speed and power of a corner kick, the researchers discovered memory to be reduced...

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On the front cover of our November issue

On the front cover of our November issue

 “I have to admit my hand was trumped for over estimating the American vote and portraying a hatrick of women leaders on our front cover! This month’s content, however, remains as variegated, accurate, informative and interesting, if not better, than ever, AND, as our Art Director says, it’s a good...

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May congratulates Donald Trump for being elected US President

May congratulates Donald Trump for being elected US President

Following the US election results this morning, PM Theresa May congratulated Donald Trump for being elected as the 45th President of the United States. After winning the key states of Ohio, Florida, and Pennsylvania, Trump pulled ahead of his rival candidate, Hillary Clinton, and, by 8:10 GMT, Trump had received...

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The First Major Champage House To Launch In Over 40 Years

The First Major Champage House To Launch In Over 40 Years

Champagne PIAFF is believed to be the first major prospective Champagne House to emerge in over forty years. Although some other brands and variants have been launched, this is the first major champagne brand formed since Nicholas Feuillatte in 1972. The average age of the Top Ten Champagne Houses (by...

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