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Halloween Delight: Fright Night Lights

Halloween Delight: Fright Night Lights

Every year, about this time, Brandon Bullis and his family from Virginia in the US create a spook-tacular Halloween light show on their house. The Edwards Landing Lights, as they h ...

Adorable Panda Kindergarten Opening Ceremony

Adorable Panda Kindergarten Opening Ceremony

Is there anything cuter than a panda? A baby panda! And what's even cuter than a baby panda? FIFTEEN baby pandas! Last weekend, fifteen pandas cubs were inducted into the Chengdu R ...

Pumpkin: It’s a… Raccoon’s Life?

Pumpkin: It’s a… Raccoon’s Life?

Pumpkin the raccoon has become something of a celebrity, a beloved star of Instagram. Last year, when she was just a month old, she fell out of a tree and into Rosie Kemp’s back ga ...

Girl, 5, Happily Donates Stem Cells to Save Twin’s Life

Girl, 5, Happily Donates Stem Cells to Save Twin’s Life

Brotherly and sisterly love. It's a wonderful thing to behold, especially in young children - and it even has the power to save your life. Bradley and his sister Charlotte - or Cha ...

Syrian Refugee Family Overwhelmed by Generosity

Syrian Refugee Family Overwhelmed by Generosity

Gissur Simonarson is an activist from Iceland residing in Oslo, Norway and the founder of Conflict News. Thanks to a picture he shared on social media, a family from Syria can get ...

The Girl Who Just Keeps Giving Back

The Girl Who Just Keeps Giving Back

Olivia Allen is only 10 years old and if you ask her what she is going to be when she grows up, the list includes everything from fashion designer to mathematician and actress to n ...

Barber Cuts Kids’ Hair for Free as They Read to Him

Barber Cuts Kids’ Hair for Free as They Read to Him

If you can encourage kids to read, then you're all right by us. And with children all over the world getting ready to go back to school, Courtney Holmes in Dubuque in Iowa has come ...

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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Nintendo Announces 2DS

Japanese electronics company Nintendo has recently announced the launch of Nintendo 2DS, a dedicated portable gaming system that plays all Nintendo 3DS and Nintendo DS games in 2D. Nintendo 2DS is the newest member of the Nintendo 3DS family, and it is specifically targeted at enthusiastic game players searching for a more reasonably priced entry point into the world of Nintendo hand-held video games. Reggi ...

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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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Victorias Secret Opens First Stores Outside London

Luxury lingerie label Victoria’s Secret is set to open new stores outside London, in Northern England, this month. The American label, famous for their alluring Angels and the exquisite lingerie pieces they model on the catwalks every season, has recently opened doors to a new store in Manchester's Trafford Centre on Thursday, August 8, with further store openings set to take place later this month in Sheff ...

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Point Blank Music College Wins Back Border Licence

Point Blank Music College in Hackney, London, has won back its licence to sponsor International students, after it had it revoked by the UK Border Agency  in March, thus forcing non-UK and non-EU students to find a new college or depart the United Kingdom. The Home Office agreed to reinstate the licence at the North London college after an inspection earlier this month showed that the institution has made s ...

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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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Cure of the Superbug

We have all heard of "Superbugs" - those awful, contagious infections that are difficult to treat or prevent from being passed on to other people. Now scientists have found what could be the "Superhero" of medicine! The Scripps Institution of Oceanography has extracted a compound from a microorganism off the coast of Santa Barbara, California. This amazing discovery can help development of a cure and defens ...

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Mummified Inca Girl Unlocks New Secrets

Perfectly preserved 500-year-old bodies with food and statues scattered around them. This is what Johan Reinhard and Miguel Zárate - an anthropologist and his climbing partner stumbled upon when exploring an ice pit in Mount Ampato. They discovered that this was the body of a 13-year-old Inca girl and two younger children between the ages of 4 and 5. In 1999, the children were recovered from an ice cave nea ...

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