Day: September 28, 2017

How to avoid cowboy bathroom fitters

How to avoid cowboy bathroom fitters

Earlier this year, high street bathroom chain Bathstore was accused of using cowboy fitters for its installations. Incorrect products were installed, tiles were fitted upside down and radiator leaks left properties permanently damaged. One customer was forced to endure 18 days without a functioning toilet, while another described the process ...

Top 3 Stocks to Buy in 2018: Time to Invest

Top 3 Stocks to Buy in 2018: Time to Invest

First off, before we move on, we must remind you that you should do your own due diligence before investing because that’s how investors get rich and avoid losing money. Having said this, you should start looking for investment opportunities for the next year, and this article will share with ...

Jupiter European sticking with Novo Nordisk

Jupiter European sticking with Novo Nordisk

Jupiter European sticking with Novo Nordisk - Jupiter European Opportunities says that, for the financial year to 31 May 2017, its total return on net assets was 30.5%, which compares with 35.7% for the benchmark. The total return on the shares was 30.6%. There is a 6.5p dividend. The manager says that the underperformance is partly ...

Film Review: Zoology

Film Review: Zoology

“Zoology” is a film that starts off bleak but ends up becoming enchanting as it move towards its conclusion. Written and directed by Ivan I. Tverdovskiy and starring, Natalya Pavlenkova as the principal character, the story focuses on a middle-aged woman who grows a tail. This may seem like a ...

Film Review: Killing Ground

Film Review: Killing Ground

“Killing Ground” is a horror film by Tasmanian born writer-director Damien Power. It is a film that takes its cues from other Australian horror cinema such as Wolf Creek and the film has tones of the low budget British horror, Eden Lake. The film focuses on Sam (Harriet Dyer) and ...

Dreamers aren’t the only invisible children

Dreamers aren’t the only invisible children

There’s been a lot of news reports recently about plans by President Trump’s administration to put a stop to the so-called ‘Dreamers Law’. Officially known as the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) programme, the immigration policy championed by Barack Obama has protected nearly 800,000 young adults without documentation to ...

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Beer of the Week: And Union Unfiltered Lager

With a focus on rationality and simplicity – the basic principles of modernism – at the helm, Bavarian craft beer brand And Union was set up in 2007. The product of a father, his son and his business partner, And Union works with brew-masters from four small, family-run Bavarian regional breweries, with ...

Top Benefits of Anti Vibration Mounts

Top Benefits of Anti Vibration Mounts

If you have ever operated or been near an industrial or mechanical equipment, you must be familiar with the vibrations they generate when in operation. These vibrations may affect the performance of the machine if not addressed. One of the ways in which you can address them is through anti ...

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Dinner at Padella is actually worth queuing for

While being herded like cattle through Gatwick airport recently, one member of a particularly raucous stag weekend roared: “England – the only country with queues longer than the entire flight home.” Like the birth right to complain about literally everything, and to make terrible decisions at the Polling Station; queuing ...

Are VPNs really private?

Are VPNs really private?

A VPN (Virtual Private Network), lets you connect to the net through a server run by means of a VPN provider. Virtually Private Network technology was basically developed so as to allow workers who are far-flung to connect securely to a company network so as to gain access to the ...