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24 Hours In Cardiff

Cardiff, the capital city of Wales, is a relatively small city by UK standards. Despite it’s size, however, it is Wales’ cultural and political centre, with plenty of things for tourists to see and do. It is easily accessible with it’s own airport and rail links all across the country, so it’s a great place to visit for a short ...

5 Reasons Why You Should Read Chick-Lit Novels

I know what you are thinking: ‘Chick-Lit, why would I read that rubbish?’ Well, you are missing out on some darn good books. I think the Chick-Lit genre is so fun to read! So, stop what you are doing, get rid of that ‘you’re boring me to death book’ and let your reading be transformed.   Down To Earth and ...

Katy Perry Creates Footwear Line

Is there anything Katy Perry can’t accomplish? The lady has recently hit 90 million followers on Twitter, set sail with Orlando Bloom, been named the richest female artist and performed at the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia. Arguably, the release of her eponymous footwear collection will be one of the Rise singer’s highlights.

5 superfoods: should we rave or should we chase?

Superfoods or ‘functional foods’, as they're frequently called in scientific literature, are supposedly super-concentrated and nutrient-rich foods on the planet. Here is a list of 5 raved superfoods, but are they actually good for you or is this a way in which health companies rip you off?

Camu Berry

Camu berry is the highest source of vitamin C on the planet, according to the Health Science Academy. They claim that those super berries enhance immunity and energy, as well as rebuild tissue and purify blood. Camu berries also considered as one of the best natural anti- depressants and eye- nourishments. The Huffingtonpost outlines though that ‘the research on camu camu is still limited’ so there is no scientific evidence to these claims.

Bee Products

Bee pollen and honey have been on shopping lists of all the raving health junkies for a while now. So maybe this is the time for us to start stocking up our cupboards? Organic honey is full of probiotics, antioxidants and minerals. Bee poll


What to expect in this year’s Barclays Premier League Season

After being occupied by the Euros earlier this summer and currently being entertained by the ongoing Olympics, our wait for the Premier League is now over and there is a significant amount of optimism (more than usual) that is co-existing with the start of this season. With a host of high profile managers, along with a number charismatic and flamboyant ...

London: Free Boris Bike Hire This Weekend

The sun is going to be out this weekend in London, which means a hot and sticky tube to look forward to. Great. Have no fear, Santander Cycles – or as we know them, Boris Bikes – are free to use this weekend (13th-14th August). Of course, whenever something is free there are usually strings attached, so here’s the lowdown: ...

Rogue One: A Star Wars Story – Official Trailer

“Where are those transmissions you intercepted? WHAT HAVE YOU DONE WITH THOSE PLANS?!” Don’t recognize the line? Then picture the scene: a dazzlingly white spaceship corridor, a soldier being held clear off the floor by his neck, and clutching his throat a black-clad character destined to become one of the greatest villains in cinema history: Darth Vader. These were the ...

London tube not so looked after

If you live in London and if you are a commuter, you probably know that the London tube is the oldest tube line in Europe and another of its characteristic is probably that it is not the cleanest place to be in. Those reddish blueish chairs might appear to hide the bacteria very well. Who hasn’t seen a mouse popping ...

Hater’s Gonna Eight: Stormy waters ahead for a new ‘Oceans’ franchise?

Of all the Hollywood properties that spring to mind at the word ‘franchise’, it’s fair to say the exploits of Danny Ocean and co. wouldn’t be one of them. But, technically, with three full-length features put out between 2001 and 2007 (and the series in its entirety totalling four, if you include the 1960 Rat Pack original), ‘franchise’ is an ...

The early Home And Away youngsters nearly 10 years later

Find out what the youngsters of the Australian soup ‘Home And Away’ are doing now, almost 10 years later!   JACK HOLDEN On the 5th August 2005 Paul O’Brian showed his first appearance in the Australian soup ‘Home And Away’, located in Summer Bay as Jack Holden. Along with Jacks family comes Tony Holden his father and brother Lucas Holden ...

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