Welcome


Welcome to the Daily Diamond!

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!
Everyday our team of writers will provide you with the best in positive, inspiring or just simply great news.

We hope you enjoy!

Long-Awaited ‘Fight Club’ Sequel Set to Hit Shelves Next Year

Long-Awaited ‘Fight Club’ Sequel Set to Hit Shelves Next Year

Chuck Palahniuk, author of Choke, Survivor and Invisible Monsters, to name but a few, has confirmed his long-awaited sequel to award-winning novel Fight Club will be published by t ...

Music Education Funding Boost: Double Victory for Campaigners

Music Education Funding Boost: Double Victory for Campaigners

Campaigners for music education can claim a double victory this week. Not only has the government backed out of its recommendation that music hubs be solely responsible for funding ...

Free Guidance Given in Pension Reforms: “It’s Not My Money, It’s Your Money”

Free Guidance Given in Pension Reforms: “It’s Not My Money, It’s Your Money”

Recent plans to revolutionise pensions have been revised, with the government saying that savers will be able to receive free, independent and impartial advice when given unrestric ...

The Heart’s Possible “Grow-Your-Own” Pacemaker

The Heart’s Possible “Grow-Your-Own” Pacemaker

After groundbreaking experiments, US scientists have been able to encourage the heart to grow its own pacemaker by converting cells inside of it, and the treatment could be hitting ...

Mysterious Stranger May Have Just Saved This Woman’s Life

Mysterious Stranger May Have Just Saved This Woman’s Life

Stephanie Headley, 48, has been struggling with systemic scleroderma for more than a decade. It is an autoimmune disease that causes the body to produce too much collagen, which th ...

Future Increased Investment for Cyclists on the Road?

Future Increased Investment for Cyclists on the Road?

Ask any driver what their biggest peeve about being on the road is and many will simply say, “cyclists.” Similarly, cyclists complain of aggressive driving from those in cars, spee ...

Name that Tune: New Software Can Identify Bird from its Birdsong

Name that Tune: New Software Can Identify Bird from its Birdsong

Ever listened to a song you didn’t know and wanted to know who the artist was, or what the song was called? Well, there’s an app for that. Much along those same lines, software has ...

Music Education Funding Boost: Double Victory for Campaigners

Campaigners for music education can claim a double victory this week. Not only has the government backed out of its recommendation that music hubs be solely responsible for funding music ed, but the subject is also going to get a huge boost in funding. The Department for Education (DfE) made the announcement, more ...

July 24, 2014 (0) comments

Free Guidance Given in Pension Reforms: “It’s Not My Money, It’s Your Money”

Recent plans to revolutionise pensions have been revised, with the government saying that savers will be able to receive free, independent and impartial advice when given unrestricted access to their pensions from April 2015, meaning they will be able to use their own pension in the manner they see fit. At th more ...

July 23, 2014 (0) comments

Free Guidance Given in Pension Reforms: “It’s Not My Money, It’s Your Money”

Recent plans to revolutionise pensions have been revised, with the government saying that savers will be able to receive free, independent and impartial advice when given unrestricted access to their pensions from April 2015, meaning they will be able to use their own pension in the manner they see fit. At th more ...

July 23, 2014 (0) comments

The Heart’s Possible “Grow-Your-Own” Pacemaker

After groundbreaking experiments, US scientists have been able to encourage the heart to grow its own pacemaker by converting cells inside of it, and the treatment could be hitting human trials within three years. The findings have been published in Science Translational Medicine. Pacemakers have been around more ...

July 23, 2014 (0) comments

Long-Awaited ‘Fight Club’ Sequel Set to Hit Shelves Next Year

Chuck Palahniuk, author of Choke, Survivor and Invisible Monsters, to name but a few, has confirmed his long-awaited sequel to award-winning novel Fight Club will be published by this time next year. It has been a long 18 years since Fight Club was originally published, but unlike the original, Fight Club 2 w more ...

July 24, 2014 (0) comments

Phoenix Towers: The World’s Next Tallest Tower?

China can already boast the world’s longest bridge (Jiaozhou Bay bridge, 26.4 miles) and the world’s largest dam (Three Gorges Dam), but now it could be adding “the world’s tallest building” to their list of accomplishments. Two buildings have been designed by UK-based architectural firm Chetwoods Architects more ...

July 01, 2014 (0) comments

© 2013 Media Cake LTD

Scroll to top