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Failed Property Sales Cost Sellers A Whopping £3,000!

Failed Property Sales Cost Sellers A Whopping £3,000!

The average cost to sellers for a collapsed property sale is almost £3,000 according to latest research, a figure that makes up almost 10% of the average UK house deposit. A study, compiled by leading property buyer, Property Rescue, has found that around 300,000 property sales are scrapped every year, costing a combined £818 million. […]

 Must Reads of the Week: The Frangipani Tree Mystery, and The Betel Nut Tree Mystery, both by Ovidia Yu

 Must Reads of the Week: The Frangipani Tree Mystery, and The Betel Nut Tree Mystery, both by Ovidia Yu

The veteran playwright Ovidia Yu’s move into historical crime fiction is so good, it’s criminal, finds Lucy Bryson. Let’s begin with The Frangipani Tree Mystery, the first instalment in Ovidia Yu’s wonderful Crown Colony Crime Mysteries series. Set in 1930s colonial Singapore, this fabulous whodunit introduces the plucky, would-be sleuth Su Lin, a sassy teenage […]

New children’s book puts a twist on traditional fairy tales to challenge gender stereotypes

New children’s book puts a twist on traditional fairy tales to challenge gender stereotypes

A new children’s book that puts a twist on traditional fairy tales to challenge gender stereotypes has been released. Fairer Tales: Princesses Doing it for Themselves looks to tackle the financial gender gap by showing that women can achieve their goals independently. Award-winning author Emma Dodd reimagines the tales of three beloved fairy tale heroines, […]

Homesick Freshers Phone Home More Than Parents Check In on Students During First Term Of University

Homesick Freshers Phone Home More Than Parents Check In on Students During First Term Of University

Huawei launches Communications Contract to encourage parents and students to stay in touch with the Mate 20 lite As thousands of freshers up and down the country prepare to embark on the next chapter of their life, new research out today from global smartphone manufacturer Huawei reveals that contrary to popular belief, its students who […]

New Fruitella range launched with 30% less sugar

New Fruitella range launched with 30% less sugar

A new Fruitella range has been launched with more fruit and 30% less sugar. Perfect for those who love the unmistakable taste of Fruittella, the 30% Less Sugar range is available in Fruittella’s famous Strawberry and Summer Fruits flavours, as well as the new delicious gummies and jelly foams. And with more fruit juice and […]

World’s first 4G flying cinema hoisted to the sky

World’s first 4G flying cinema hoisted to the sky

A flying cinema complete with a big screen, pick ‘n mix and popcorn delivered by DRONES was hoisted to the air in Sussex last night. Students from Goodwood Flying School were treated to the world’s first 4G cinema in the sky experience, suspended 100 feet in the air above a former RAF base. The twenty […]

Book Review: Meditations of a Hedge Fund Manager by Aaron L. Smith

Book Review: Meditations of a Hedge Fund Manager by Aaron L. Smith

Aaron L. Smith prospered on Wall Street without compromising his Christian principles. Today, his faith remains central to the success of his multi-million-pound business. His new book – part Warren Buffett, part Billy Graham – is a match made in heaven, writes Lucy Bryson. In the money pits of Wall Street, where greed and lust […]

The average Brit will spend 3,507 full days hard at work during their lifetime

The average Brit will spend 3,507 full days hard at work during their lifetime

The average Brit will spend 3,507 full days hard at work during their lifetime – including 204 days of overtime, it has emerged. Researchers found they will also think about quitting their job 16 times a year, and will retrain for an entirely new role twice over the course of their working life. Additionally the […]

Brits still unsure of what to recycle

Brits still unsure of what to recycle

Millions of Brits are STILL unsure what to recycle – with light bulbs, crisp packets and plastic packaging causing the most confusion, a study has found. A survey of 2,000 adults revealed one third don’t know what to do with empty crisp bags while one in four aren’t sure whether cardboard drinks cartons can be […]

More than one in 10 Brits never explore the great outdoors

More than one in 10 Brits never explore the great outdoors

More than one in 10 Brits NEVER explore the great outdoors, it has emerged. Research revealed most Brits spend the equivalent of under a week a month exploring the outdoors, with more than one in 10 saying they never get out. And 20 per cent claim they only manage a meagre one or two outings. […]