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England to Test Electric Motorways

England to Test Electric Motorways

Imagine being able to recharge your car as you drive down the road. Well, that possibility could become a reality for motorists in England if a scheme proposed by government agency ...

Date While You Wait: Helping Commuters in Rush Hour

Date While You Wait: Helping Commuters in Rush Hour

Is there anyone out there who seriously enjoys the rush and tedium of the daily commute? Especially somewhere like New York, where time is money and things rarely stand still. Ente ...

The Adventures of Hobbes the Toy Tiger

The Adventures of Hobbes the Toy Tiger

You’re going on holiday and you have doubled checked you have everything - twice. You make it to the airport, and onto the plane, everything running smoothly. Then your child asks ...

New Cars Adjust Their Speed According to Road Signs!

New Cars Adjust Their Speed According to Road Signs!

If there is one thing that irritates drivers all over the world, it's getting a speeding ticket - especially when they don't realise they went over the speed limit. But Ford has no ...

Speed-Dating Plan to Boost Neglected Language

Speed-Dating Plan to Boost Neglected Language

Do you speak Belarusian and wish you could find your Belarusian soul mate? Then you might just be in luck! An independent public culture initiative called Art-Siadziba (or Art Mano ...

Hotel Room Key… There’s an App for That!

Hotel Room Key… There’s an App for That!

Regular visitors to hotels might have wondered what it would like to just skip the hassle of checking in. Having to wait in line at reception just to let them know you made it ther ...

Where is the Happiest Place on Earth?

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 pla ...

Cruise Holidays: A Phase or Here to Stay?

The large number of advertisements for cruise holidays currently on display throughout the United Kingdom, along with the airing of the six part documentary ‘The Cruise: Life at Sea’ on BBC2, have once again drawn attention to the exponentially growing popularity of cruise holidays. This however, is not a trend solely confined to the United Kingdom, with the global number of annual cruise passengers having ...

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Cancun – The Best of Both Worlds

Unlike any other city in Mexico, Cancun truly offers the best of both worlds. No other city can claim the unique distinction of being a glamorous, modern resort destination right in the middle of the ancient Mayan kingdom and vibrant nature of the Yucatan Peninsula. With ease, you can explore the ancient Mayan ruins or nature preserves during the day and enjoy world class shopping and dining in the evening. ...

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Daily Diamond – Officially launched

Hi everyone, Welcome to the Daily Diamond! We're a new media publication aimed at providing positive, unbiased news in contrast to the doom and gloom of the mainstream media. It's been a long journey getting to this point and we have lots of news to share with you over the coming days, months and years. We hope you enjoy the site and if you any questions or a story you might interest us, please e-mail at he ...

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Travelling the Third World

Could tourism be the long sought after solution to the issues that plague developing countries? For decades developing countries such as Cambodia, Sri Lanka and Tanzania have been seen as unfit holiday destinations by most “first world” citizens, with many travellers either afraid of, or simply disinterested in, visiting these areas. In recent years however, holiday maker’s attitudes have begun to change, w ...

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Holidays in the UK

In recent decades, domestic tourism in the UK has fallen out of fashion in favour of countries that offer sunnier weather. However, UK residents are rediscovering the beauty of the UK as a positive side effect of the on-going global financial crisis. Holidays abroad have fallen outside the budget range of many citizens, and this has led to a resurgence in localised tourism.  Fittingly, this response to unst ...

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Whitsunday Islands

Island destinations are among the most popular for holidays. Unfortunately, islands also tend to have truly sensitive ecosystems and mass tourism can have a highly detrimental effect on these. This is especially the case where there are coral reefs since these are vulnerable to threats as diverse as divers stepping on and breaking the coral to build-up from the chemicals in swimmers’ sunscreen. Positively t ...

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