Hurtigruten ship first to be christened in Antarctica

Published on Friday, November 8, 2019 Hurtigruten's expedition ship MS Roald Amundsen has been officially christened, becoming the first to do so in Antarctica. It took place at Chiriguano Bay on Brabant Island, and was attended by godmother Karin Strand. The christening used a block of ice instead of the traditional champagne bottle hitting..

Carnival Cruise Line partners with Uplift for flexible payments

Published on Friday, November 8, 2019 Carnival Cruise Line is adding another option for cruisers to spread the cost of their next cruise vacation. Carnival is partnering with specialist travel financing firm Uplift to bring flexible pay-over-time options. Available to US residents, customers can pay by monthly instalments for up to 24 months on v..

IT Cosmetics IT’s Your Season to Give Love from QVC!

Press Sample QVC and IT Cosmetics have teamed up again for a very special Todays Special Value. Officially this QVC TSV is scheduled for Saturday November 9th but it’s up for presale so you can purchase NOW! These kits tend to sell out quickly so I suggest you take advantage of the pre-sale. This fabulous kit has a value of $97, but is being offere..

Type 2 diabetes: Eating brunch-time favourite could prevent serious condition

A classic brunch time food item which many eat day to day could be the key to preventing diabetes. According to the NHS, Type 2 diabetes is a serious condition which is caused by blood sugar levels becoming too high. This can cause symptoms such as excessive thirst, needing to pee a lot and tiredness. More seriously, it can also increase the risk of serious problems with your eyes, heart and nerves. Medication is one of the ways to manage blood sugar levels, but there are natural ways of ke..

Re-education: the architecture schools changing the game

In response to rising student debt levels, stressful workloads and employment anxieties, many architecture schools are adapting to include paid placements within courses and are giving students more input into the content and structure of their studies Words by Veronica Simpson There has probably never been a worse time to be a UK architecture st..

Reporter hails viewer for ‘saving her life’ by spotting bump on neck during show

A reporter has praised one of her viewers for expressing concern over a protruding lump in her throat. Australian journalist Antoinette Lattouf had no idea she had a potentially deadly cyst protruding from her throat until a viewer wrote a "strange message" to her. Mum-of-two and Network Ten reporter Antoinette was starring on her usual segment on Studio 10 last Friday when a bulge was physically visible. Later that day, her editor discussed a message the program had received on its official F..

The Diary in November

The pick of events happening this month or on the horizon Words by Sophie Tolhurst Enough: The Architecture of Degrowth (Oslo Architecture Triennale) 15 Sep – 24 Nov Oslo This triennale proposes that growth is not a viable aim for Earth, coming hand-inhand with eco destruction and social inequality. The event uses the affective power of narrativ..

CDC: Salmonella outbreak linked to ground beef

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), they are investigating a series of Salmonella Dublin infections associated with ground beef. Share on PinterestGround beef appears to be the source of a recent Salmonella outbreak.So far, the CDC have received notification of 10 cases of infection caused by Salmonella Dublin. The ca..

Attack on Canadian miner in Burkina Faso threatens gold’s final frontier

NAIROBI/JOHANNESBURG/LONDON (Reuters) - As jihadists wreaked ever more havoc in the last two years, mining firms in Burkina Faso rolled out extra security measures, from barracks for government troops protecting them to safe rooms for workers behind barbed wire and mounds. Family members of victims of an ambush on workers near a Canadian-owned mine, react during their meeting with officials in Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso November 7, 2019. REUTERS/..

Wanted: Artists to live and work in Lagos, Nigeria

(This 4th November story is refiled to fix punctuation in name of foundation) By Alexis Akwagyiram and Nneka Chile LAGOS (Reuters) - An artist who was born in Britain and raised in Nigeria has announced plans for a program to get painters, sculptors and other creatives living and working together in the West African nation’s commercial capital Lagos. Yinka Shonibare - a Turner Prize nominee whose giant ‘Nelson’s Ship in a Bottle’ work stood on..

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