Different Types Of Car Parking Shades

See More About: Botanic Gardens Parking Rates Adelaide Different types of Car parking shades by David John dicrus Nobody likes to enter a car which has a high temperature exceeding even 40 degrees. The answer to this issue is a Car parking shade. One needs to park a car under shade to ensure that the […]

Climate change impacts Wyoming

Tuesday, March 18, 2008 Cheek numbing, eye watering winds whip across the plains of the Laramie Basin, Wyoming. The ground is yellow brown with patches of recalcitrant snow. Sheep Mountain is losing its winter coat. All normal affairs for March. The March edition of the Wyoming Basin Outlook Report also reports, based on February accumulations, […]

Thomson Corporation and Reuters agree to merge

Wednesday, May 16, 2007 The Thomson Corporation and Reuters Group PLC announced Tuesday that they have agreed to combine the two companies. The boards of both Thomson and Reuters will recommend the merger to their shareholders. The Canadian Thomson-family holding company Woodbridge, which controls 70% of Thomson, has agreed to vote in favour of the […]

Robin Cook dead after collapsing/Brief

Robin Cook, the former British foreign secretary and current Member of Parliament, has died of a suspected heart attack after collapsing during a walk on Ben Stack hill in Scotland. Cook, aged 59, was airlifted to a hospital 90 minutes after the collapse. He was reported dead five minutes later. Retrieved from “https://en.wikinews.org/w/index.php?title=Robin_Cook_dead_after_collapsing/Brief&oldid=420564”

Music As Therapy Making Melody To Calm The Nerves

See More About: Australian Recording Industry Association Submitted by: Leon Potgieter The power of music to integrate and cure is quite fundamental. It is the profoundest non-chemical medication These words from famous neurologist and author Dr. Oliver Sacks, underline a fundamental truth often times overlooked by medical science. Music can have a soothing and calming […]

Tsunami nations give relief advice to U.S.

Monday, September 5, 2005 The nations hard hit by last year’s devastating tsunami are now lending advice to the United States on how to cope with the Katrina crisis. Nopadol Somboonsub, the head of tsunami corpse identification in Thailand noted that the U.S. needs to “…examine the bodies slowly and put all the data into […]

Czech pub food eating experiment resulted in lost weight, lower cholesterol

Friday, March 10, 2006 On February 8, the same day Super Size Me opened in Prague, a Czech film company’s volunteer known as Karel Gustav Bozan began a 1 month diet of Czech pub food and beer in a Czech version called “Super Spek Me”; which translates loosely as “Super Flab Me”. Zuzana Pudilova of […]

Beagle Training Advice

See More About: Potty Patch For Dogs Submitted by: Ryan Pitts From the long centuries, beagles have been winning the hearts of people as a hunting dog in France and England. These pack of small hound dogs were used to hunt rabbits in 1500s. They are renowned for their baying voice and thrived in pack. […]


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Study says to clean your sponge, microwave it

Thursday, January 25, 2007 Studies done on germs and bacteria performed by researchers at the University of Florida show that a dirty kitchen sponge can be cleaned and “sterilized” by microwaving it for 2 minutes, but researchers warn to wet the sponge first. “People often put their sponges and scrubbers in the dishwasher, but if […]