Real-life mermaid in seas and lochs

Kate MacLeod 24-year-old from Uig, Lewis is often swimming in seas and lochs around the West coast of Lewis during gale-force conditions complete with her own Ariel style tail fin, in summer and winter at the Outer Hebrides. She started her interest in wild swimming when she was a girl and for the last 10…

Churchill painting sold for £7m

Former British Prime minister Sir Winston Churchill’s painting The Tower of The Koutoubia Mosque painted in Marrakesh during World War Two, depicting the minaret of the mosque behind the ramparts of the old city with mountains in the background and tiny figures in front, owned by Angelina Jolie, has sold for £7, at the Christies…

Cultural Power of Clothing: Titillated by adapted Dress Codes

For centuries clothing has been a wearable status symbol, fashion, a weapon in struggles for social change; and dress codes, a way to maintain political control. A Woman in London, wear embroidered velvet boots, hair not seen a brush for days, and deconstructed jackets, while in America women wear sleek Armani or Donna Karan suit,…

Car brands and its evolution

Mercedes Benz Mercedes Benz was initially known as Daimler-Benz after Daimler passed away, Jellinek, and the chief engineer created a new care and named it after his daughter, Mercedes. It is trademarked later on as the company name Mercedes-Benz. Toyota  Toyota founded in 1937 by Kilchiro Toyoda, the company was initially known as Toyoda, and…

The Third lockdown may cost UK £400million every working day

  The UK Lockdown could hit the borrowing balloon for the 2020/2021 financial year past £450 billion and predicts the latest coronavirus restrictions could cost the country £400 million every working day. Chancellor Rishi Sunak announced a new £4.6 billion plan to help businesses through a new lockdown, including one-off top-up grants up to £9,…

Broomstick scooters inspired by Harry Potter

A video showing two Brazilians Vinicius Sanctus (39) and Alexamdro Russo (28), riding broomstick electric scooters apparently inspired by Harry Potter. Vinicius Sanctus (39) and Alexamdro Russo (28), said  “To steer they lean in the direction they wish to travel. The Broomstick sccoters which can reach speeds of 60km/hr  are extremley useful for day-to-day urban living “.…

Guru of Middle-class and re-designer of post-war Britain

Sir Terence Orby Conran, the innovative British designer who revolutionised retail and décor with his iconic Habitat stores died, aged 88. He promoted the best of British design, culture, and the arts around the world with a very simple belief that good design improves the quality of people’s lives.” His empire went on to span…

Stand Up paddleboard sales surge

Stand up Paddleboaring through the heart of Richmond after getting a brief lesson on how to get on, stand up and paddle before setting off along the historic Thames river, paddling under one of the London’s oldest bridges, around small islands and alongside local wildlife. The paddling was easy as the boards were stable, experience…

Fix your Bike website crashes in England

The website offering £50 bike repair vouchers in England crashed after the government scheme launched on Tuesday. Fix Your Bike vouchers worth £50, 000 were due to be made available online at 23:45 BST on a first-come, first-served basis. The site was back up before 04:00 BST but later paused and by 09:00 BST vouchers…