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Half of British women sexually harassed at work: Survey

October 25, 2017 11:23 am
Half of British women sexually harassed at work: Survey

A new report suggests that half of British women and a fifth of men have been sexually harassed at work or a place of study. (File Photo) Over half of women and a fifth of men in Britain have experienced sexual harassment at work or a place of study, according […]

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Taxi drivers in Saudi Arabia to suffer as women drive and get mobile

October 4, 2017 2:53 pm
Taxi drivers in Saudi Arabia to suffer as women drive and get mobile

A new study shows thousands of Saudi taxi drivers could suffer as soon as women get the chance to drive their own cars as of next June.  Concerns are rising in Saudi Arabia that a recent decision by the kingdom to allow women to drive would affect the livelihood of […]

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Headmistress Helen Haslem comes all out for Prince George of the United Kingdom

September 9, 2017 2:57 pm
Headmistress Helen Haslem comes all out for Prince George of the United Kingdom

The well-dressed four-year-old future king of the United Kingdom has received special treatment from the headmistress of Thomas’ Battersea School while many other British students received detention from school administrations across Britain for lacking proper uniform. The young Prince George, who was wearing a £370 uniform, started his first day […]

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Lydia Ferguson quits her teaching job after she was suspended for posting ‘sultry’ selfies

June 7, 2017 2:32 am
Lydia Ferguson quits her teaching job after she was suspended for posting ‘sultry’ selfies

The mother-of-three was eventually suspended over her glamorous snaps. Photo / Facebook A teacher who was suspended over her sultry selfies has quit her job despite pupils defending her social media posts. Students at the Ousedale School in Newport Pagnell, near Milton Keynes said they overheard Lydia Ferguson being told […]

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The Neanderthal Diet: Woolly rhino, sheep, mushrooms and moss

March 9, 2017 9:07 am
The Neanderthal Diet: Woolly rhino, sheep, mushrooms and moss

Work in the Tunnel of Bones cave, where 12 Neanderthal specimens dating around 49,000 years ago have been recovered. Photos / AP If it’s true that “you are what you eat,” then there is perhaps no better way to understand someone than by looking at his or her teeth. Especially […]

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The moment a wife discovered her husband was not who he appeared to be

March 2, 2017 1:00 am
The moment a wife discovered her husband was not who he appeared to be

Nijole Lucinskaite’s world was turned upside-down when police arrived on her doorstep with her husband. Photo / 123RF When plainclothes police walked through Nijole Lucinskaite’s front door she was, as she describes it, “a stunned mullet”. They were escorting her husband of eight years through the couple’s Melbourne property, looking […]

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The good old days: Mysterious ancient society in New Mexico was run by female elite

February 22, 2017 6:00 am
The good old days: Mysterious ancient society in New Mexico was run by female elite

The mysterious Chacoan people were a society dominated by women and who built great houses with hundreds of rooms. Some argue that in an ideal world, society would be run by women. And for one ancient group who lived 1000 years ago in giant stone mansions, this was true. These […]

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Trending movies that sparked the end of celebrity relationships

February 19, 2017 6:08 pm
Trending movies that sparked the end of celebrity relationships

Angelina Jolie, Mr & Mrs Smith. Photo / Supplied Sure, there are perks when you’re dating a movie star. There’s the paycheck, glitzy award shows and premieres and maybe even a luxurious Hollywood mansion. But there’s also the unfortunate fact that most movie stars make a living by creating on-screen […]

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Top 5 common myths about the ageing brain and body

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Top 5 common myths about the ageing brain and body

Will you still be able to do the crossword when you’re 80? Yep, better than ever, probably. Photo / 123RF The world’s population is ageing. The number of adults aged 65 and over is increasing, as is the proportion of the population they represent. However, there are a number of […]

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How the bacteria Salmonella could be used to fight tumour cells

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How the bacteria Salmonella could be used to fight tumour cells

Genetically-modified salmonella could be used to destroy cancer cells while leaving healthy cells alone. Photo / 123RF The bacteria that cause food poisoning could be used to kill cancer, medical experts said yesterday. A genetically-altered form of salmonella has been developed that will attack tumour cells but leave healthy cells […]

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