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The Daily Diamond is a new online publication providing daily positive mainstream news in politics, business, science, technology, education, health, entertainment, fashion and sports.

Daily Diamond was built in contrast to all the doom and gloom in the mainstream media and we hope you'll help us in spreading the message!
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Application for Video-Game Based Free School

Application for Video-Game Based Free School

Ian Livingstone, one of the great minds behind such huge franchises as War Hammer and Tomb Raider, has submitted an application to open a free school in which the lessons would be ...

Snakebot Unveils Sidewinder Secrets

Snakebot Unveils Sidewinder Secrets

Sidewinder rattlesnakes are unusual in how they quickly travel across deserts and are able to climb steep sand dunes. Observing the creatures in motion, US scientists from Pittsbur ...

Comedy Club Launches Pay-Per-Laugh Tickets

Comedy Club Launches Pay-Per-Laugh Tickets

Sometimes it can feel as if we are paying a lot for performance tickets, especially if it turns out we didn't enjoy the show as much as we were expecting to. But a comedy club in S ...

First Euro Kidney Transplant Using Keyhole Surgery

First Euro Kidney Transplant Using Keyhole Surgery

The first kidney transplant using keyhole surgery in Europe has been carried out at the Royal Liverpool University Hospital, paving the way for better and safer surgery in the futu ...

Teens Pull Woman from Path of Oncoming Train

Teens Pull Woman from Path of Oncoming Train

Like something you would see in a television show or movie cliffhanger, a woman feared for her life as she was stuck in the path of an oncoming train. Luckily for her, two teenager ...

Garlic Injections to Save the UK’s Trees

Garlic Injections to Save the UK’s Trees

Acute oak decline and ash dieback are just two of many diseases killing off trees in woodland areas across the UK. But there might be a cure for our wooden friends - garlic! Or mor ...

New York Opens 100-Year-Old Time Capsule

New York Opens 100-Year-Old Time Capsule

On May 23, 1914, the Lower Wall Street Business Men’s Association in New York was commemorating several great events in the country's history, including the “union of the Colonies” ...

Garlic Injections to Save the UK’s Trees

Acute oak decline and ash dieback are just two of many diseases killing off trees in woodland areas across the UK. But there might be a cure for our wooden friends - garlic! Or more specifically, allicin, which is a compound found in garlic that is responsible for its unique and pungent scent. What makes alli more ...

October 15, 2014 (0) comments

Mirror, Mirror on the Wall…

If, like many people, you feel that the mirror is not your friend first thing in the morning and you wish it would just say something nice about how you look, then you might want to go shopping. In an IKEA store in London, there is a mirror up as part of the display that literally compliments customers as the more ...

October 10, 2014 (0) comments

Mental Health Waiting Time Targets Unveiled

For the first time, waiting time targets have been unveiled for people with mental health conditions. These targets are to be introduced from April next year, in a move that has been greatly welcomed by mental health charities. Every year, mental health issues are thought to be accountable for 70 million lost more ...

October 14, 2014 (0) comments

Snakebot Unveils Sidewinder Secrets

Sidewinder rattlesnakes are unusual in how they quickly travel across deserts and are able to climb steep sand dunes. Observing the creatures in motion, US scientists from Pittsburgh’s Carnegie Mellon University created a robot snake, designed to mimic the movements. However, it was found that these Snakebots more ...

October 21, 2014 (0) comments

Comedy Club Launches Pay-Per-Laugh Tickets

Sometimes it can feel as if we are paying a lot for performance tickets, especially if it turns out we didn't enjoy the show as much as we were expecting to. But a comedy club in Spain has come up with a novel way for customers to only pay for what they “use”, thanks to facial recognition software. The Spanis more ...

October 20, 2014 (0) comments

Where is the Happiest Place on Earth?

Where do you think is the happiest place on Earth? Maybe you think UK folks are the cheeriest, or that the US is the most merry. Well, what if we told you that neither of these places even made it into the top ten? The Gallup-Healthways Global Well-Being Index compiled data from 135 countries last year and fo more ...

September 19, 2014 (0) comments

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