3D printing boom in manufacturing will ‘bring lower prices for consumers’

May 28, 2015 | by | 0 Comments
3D printing boom in manufacturing will ‘bring lower prices for consumers’

Experts named three key sectors set to benefit from the additive print process – motoring, aviation, electronics and health care.

Online directory of London service providers set to shake-up marketplace

May 27, 2015 | by | 0 Comments
Online directory of London service providers set to shake-up marketplace

The concept of automatically finding the best match for the consumer and tradesman will provide competition to traditional listings site.

Four-bed home overlooking 18th hole at the home of golf – St Andrews – sells for £2m in Scotland’s biggest sale this year

May 27, 2015 | by | 0 Comments
Four-bed home overlooking 18th hole at the home of golf – St Andrews – sells for £2m in Scotland’s biggest sale this year

The Wynd on The Links road is described as an “impressive house with outstanding views over the world-famous Old Course”. It sits next to the narrow public road midway alongside the fairway – meaning there is no room to put a grandstand.

Butterfly boy – Two-year-old boy with a genetic condition nicknamed the Butterfly Disease has such delicate skin that he can’t wear shoes

May 27, 2015 | by | 0 Comments
Butterfly boy – Two-year-old boy with a genetic condition nicknamed the Butterfly Disease has such delicate skin that he can’t wear shoes

Brave Jackson Rochford is left with painful blisters and his fragile flesh tears whenever he changes clothes or feels the slighest touch. The tot can’t wear jeans or any rough materials because they make his skin peel and chafe.

Window leaner – Shocking pictures from Scotland show window cleaner balancing on a narrow ledge with NO safety equipment

May 27, 2015 | by | 0 Comments
Window leaner – Shocking pictures from Scotland show window cleaner balancing on a narrow ledge with NO safety equipment

The man appears to use only his left hand to cling on to the outside of a third floor flat while wiping the windows with his other hand. Witnesses said he left the property through the window before carrying out the dangerous task, branding him “fearless” but “stupid”.

Daredevil becomes world’s first CLOUD SURFER – dangling from a helicopter on a SNOWBOARD

May 27, 2015 | by | 0 Comments
Daredevil becomes world’s first CLOUD SURFER – dangling from a helicopter on a SNOWBOARD

The incredible footage sees stuntman Adrian ‘Wildman’ Cenni swooping through the skies – surfing clouds not waves. He is filmed being swept up to 6,000 feet to glide over the horizon at 80mph under the stunning sunshine.

Underwhelmed Scottish man finds out he’s won £8 million on the Lottery…. and says ‘LOVELY’ before erupting into ecstatic laughter

May 26, 2015 | by | 0 Comments
Underwhelmed Scottish man finds out he’s won £8 million on the Lottery…. and says ‘LOVELY’ before erupting into ecstatic laughter

Philip Dunning, 44, was calm when he called up the National Lottery, before joking that he was “shaking like a leaf”. The former shift-manager at a food processing factory ended up quitting his job of 15 years because of the win.

Britain’s oldest groundsman offers life savings to save local football club from closure

May 26, 2015 | by | 0 Comments
Britain’s oldest groundsman offers life savings to save local football club from closure

Devoted Terry Henderson, 76, spends 12 hours a week looking after the pitch at lowly Hallen FC, despite walking with the aid of sticks. He regularly drives the tractor to cut the grass and lives in a mobile home next to the rural ground outside Bristol.

Bungling council workers paint double yellow lines across couple’s driveway – leaving them open to £1,000 fine every time they drive across it

May 26, 2015 | by | 0 Comments
Bungling council workers paint double yellow lines across couple’s driveway – leaving them open to £1,000 fine every time they drive across it

James Callan and his partner Lauren thought it was a “joke” when bungling council workers installed the parking prevention measure outside their home. They’ve now been told they are breaking the law by using the driveway as it is inside the yellow lines and by attempting to drive on or off their own land they will be making an illegal “vehicle crossing”.

“Is it my fault?” Calum Best opens up to charity about his relationship with alcoholic father in unseen footage

May 22, 2015 | by | 0 Comments
“Is it my fault?” Calum Best opens up to charity about his relationship with alcoholic father in unseen footage

In a brutally honest interview, tearful Calum reveals that the footballing superstar would only be sober enough to talk to him for just TWO HOURS a day. And he says he grew up thinking HE was to blame for the drink problems which ultimately drove his father to an early grave.

Bathroom firm thrilled to see products on TV show The Hotel Inspector

May 22, 2015 | by | 0 Comments
Bathroom firm thrilled to see products on TV show The Hotel Inspector

Channel 5 show The Hotel Inspector hosted by Alex Polizzi visited the Little Thatch Inn in Quedgely, Glos., to brint it into the 2st century with some modern upgrades.

Health and safety essentials in the workplace

May 22, 2015 | by | 0 Comments
Health and safety essentials in the workplace

You can do this by carrying out a risk assessment to identify potential hazards before implementing a strategy to improve your working environment.

Furious mum threatens to pull kids from primary school after head teacher shamed her for BREASTFEEDING

May 22, 2015 | by | 0 Comments
Furious mum threatens to pull kids from primary school after head teacher shamed her for BREASTFEEDING

Lisa Bailey was at Langney Primary School to wave her 11-year-old daughter Abbie off on a week-long school trip when her baby son Kayden-Jay became irritable and hungry. The mum-of-four went to the back of the assembly hall to “discreetly” feed the one year-old just before school started on Monday morning.

Roman Empire fell because ‘prosperity made people weak’, claims researcher

May 22, 2015 | by | 0 Comments

Historians have believed for centuries that war, economic collapse and political changes brought down the ancient giant in the 5th Century AD.

Experts discover massive ice shelf melting in Antarctica – so large its changed the Earth’s gravity field

May 22, 2015 | by | 0 Comments
Experts discover massive ice shelf melting in Antarctica – so large its changed the Earth’s gravity field

Global warming has altered the wind direction resulting in different current patterns in the sea – shifting warmer waters towards the ice. Up until 2009 the glaciers in the Southern Antarctic Peninsula showed no sign of change, but new research has revealed ice is melting at an alarming rate.

Payback time – A man has received a £1,500 pay-out from Sky bosses after BILLING them for the hours he spent trying to get out of a contract

May 21, 2015 | by | 0 Comments
Payback time – A man has received a £1,500 pay-out from Sky bosses after BILLING them for the hours he spent trying to get out of a contract

Pete Swift, 30, faced several frustrated months with debt collectors after the company failed to cancel his TV and broadband account when he moved house. After nearly 18 months of being threatened by debt collection services, Pete decided to take legal action, first contacting the Citizens Advice Bureau and then the Ombudsman.

B-eat it! Woman who beat anorexia publishes cook book containing the recipes she used to put weight back on

May 21, 2015 | by
B-eat it! Woman who beat anorexia publishes cook book containing the recipes she used to put weight back on

Nicola Davis, 18, began starving herself two years ago, living on minus calories a day, causing her weight to plummet to just six stone. But in spite of her illness she would frequently create tasty treats for her family, including pies, cakes, smoothies and risottos – which she wouldn’t touch.