Day: July 25, 2017

Zika vaccine moves a step closer

Zika vaccine moves a step closer

A jab to protect pregnant women's babies against the Zika virus could be on the horizon. Experiments on mice found a single dose of a new vaccine crossed the placenta and protected unborn pups from contracting the disease. While relatively harmless in most people, causing mild fever and joint pains, ...

The Best Cars For Driving About The City

The Best Cars For Driving About The City

City driving is something that most of us have to contend with. Whether it is the daily commute, the school run or simply heading out to the shops, we often find ourselves navigating busy traffic and tight spaces. However, with the right car, city driving can be much easier and ...

Tackling modern slavery in hotels

Tackling modern slavery in hotels

Many consider modern slavery and human trafficking an 'underground' issue that is out of sight; hidden in the shadows. However, much of it takes place under our noses, in plain sight. The problem is, it's not always easy to spot and may not seem obvious on the surface. For instance, ...

Hounds of Love: Film Review

Hounds of Love: Film Review

By Michael McNulty The sun baked streets of Perth shimmer in the December heat. A group of teenage high school girls play netball. Their movement to the leering eyes of John (Stephen Curry) and Evelyn White (Emma Booth), who sit spying on them from the sweaty interior of their car, ...

Baby Smuggled In Hand Luggage on Air France Flight

Sacre bleu! Air France launches hipster airline

Air France is set to launch an airline for millennials in September. The so-called hipster airline, called Joon in reference to “jeune,” or young, in French, will be “aimed at a young working clientele, the millennials (18 to 35 year-olds), whose lifestyles revolve around digital technology", according to an official statement. ...

King Solomon’s Mines Discovered

King Solomon’s Mines Discovered

One of the primary problems for Judaeo-Christian theologians is the disturbing reality that the most celebrated kings of Judaic history cannot be found in the historical record. Recent archaeology in Israel by professors Israel Finkelstein and Neil Silberman has demonstrated that Judaea was very sparsely populated during the United Monarchy ...