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Monthly Archives: April, 2016

More Earthquakes Rock Japan And Ecuador

Seismologists are trying to work out if the earthquakes that have hit Japan and Ecuador in recent days are linked. Both countries sit astride the 25,000 mile Asia Pacific ring of fire, which stretches along the Pacific coast of the...

Aston Villa – A Club In Turmoil After Relegation

Life’s tough at the bottom of the English Premier League and relegated Aston Villa have started to implode. After a disastrous season that has seen the team score fewer goals than the 27 league top scorer Harry Kane of Tottenham...

The Countdown To The 2016 Rio Olympics Has Started

The famous Olympic flame has already left Greece on the trip to the samba capital of Brazil, where the locals hope sports fans will be dancing on the streets in just under 100 days. The games are a milestone for...

10 Tips About QROPS Expat Pension Transfers

If you are an expat and want to transfer your UK pension to an offshore Qualifying Recognised Overseas Pension Scheme (QROPS) here are 10 tips to consider Most QROPS transfers go ahead without any hitches, but these are some of...

Insecure Smart Devices Open A Door For Hackers

Devices that can link up to the internet of things open a door way of endless possibilities for homes and businesses – and a back door for hackers. The problem with the internet of things was the world wide web...

Chernobyl’s Emptiness Echoes To Wailing Sirens

Sirens have eerily wailed across the derelict and overgrown landscape of Chernobyl to mark the 30th anniversary of the world’s worst nuclear disasters. The sirens sounded at the exact time the first explosion rocked the Ukraine nuclear plant on April...

Obama Speaks Out Against Brexit

US President Barack Obama has come under fire for telling a newspaper that British voters should vote to remain in the European Union in June’s referendum. Obama is in Britain on a short three-day visit to join in the Queen’s...

Don’t Expect A Thrill A Minute From Six Nations Rugby

The Six Nations Rugby Union championships are about to kick off – so here’s a run-down of the contenders. The Six Nations benefits from a tight European geographical location that bars those perennial world cup winning southern nations of South...

Sky’s The Limit In Race For World’s Tallest Tower

The sky’s the limit in the race to complete the world’s tallest building between Saudi Arabia and Dubai. Dubai already has the world’s tallest tower – the 828-metre-tall Burj Khalifa which gracefully dominates the city’s skyline in glass and steel. The...

Apple Celebrates 40 Years With New iPad And iPhone

Apple celebrated the company’s 40th birthday with the launch of a new iPad and iPhone. Legendary industry figure Steve jobs founded the company in his garage on April 1, 1976. The first project was selling DIY computer kits to hobbyists, but...

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Trump And Teenager Go Toe To Toe Over Climate Change Spat

A David and Goliath battle between US President Donald Trump and teenage climate change campaigner Greta Thunberg has broken...

Pineapples Are The Best Way To Keep Snorers Quiet

The best remedy to stop your partner snoring and keeping you awake is a pineapple, say scientists. But the solution is not to ram the...

Millions Face Losing WhatsApp Messaging In Big Switch Off

Millions of users of the social media network WhatsApp face a crunch time within a few days as the app will go offline for...

What You Need To Know About The Deadly Coronavirus

The outbreak of  deadly coronavirus in China has led to the death of nine people and left hundreds more infected. The virus is centred on...

New App Will Stop Forgotten Signups Taking Your Money

How many times have you signed up for a trial subscription service and forgotten to cancel the payment? Everyone is guilty, but now a new...