November 20, 2018

Tunisia defends controversial tourist adverts

Tunisia has defended a controversial advertising campaign designed to attract tourists back to the North African country following its January revolution. Billboards have appeared in London of a woman getting a massage, next to the words: "They say that in Tunisia some people receive … [Read more...]

Nicole Scherzinger replaces Cheryl Cole on US X Factor

Girls Aloud singer Cheryl Cole is to be replaced by Nicole Scherzinger of the Pussycat Dolls's on the upcoming US version of The X Factor talent show. Sources close to the show say that there were not any issues Cole's strong northern English accent, but her lack of screen chemistry and … [Read more...]

President Obama off to find his ‘roots’ in Ireland

US President Barack Obama is on his way to the Republic of Ireland, the starting point for his week long tour of Europe. Like a cheap coach trip holiday, Obama is packing in Ireland, The United Kingdom, France and Poland in his seven days. Just for added excitement he is going to attend a … [Read more...]

Breast Milk Ice cream the new taste sensation?

Icecreamists restaurant in London's Covent Garden is dishing up breast milk flavoured ice cream called 'Baby Gaga'. The ice 'treat' is called 'Baby Gaga' and the first batch was made from the milk of 15 women who 'expressed' (sick pun I know) an interest in supplying milk. Icecreamists … [Read more...]

Wikileaks Julian Assange to be Extradited to Sweden

Wikileaks founder Julian Assange should be extradited to Sweden to face sexual assault and rape allegations, a judge has ruled. District Judge Howard Riddle sitting at Belmarsh Magistrates' Court in London, said the extradition would not breach Mr Assange's human rights. Mr Assange denies the … [Read more...]

Pinewood to build massive film studio in Dominican Republic

Giant United Kingdom film studio Pinewood Shepperton is to build a massive new studio complex in the Dominican Republic in the Caribbean. The company, has been involved in hundreds of movie productions going back 70 years. It is the James Bond franchise films that they are best known for. … [Read more...]

International teams help in NZ earthquake rescue

International help is flooding into New Zealand with more than 600 emergency workers from seven countries joining the rescue efforts for earthquake victims in Christchurch. Currently the death toll stands at 148, but there are still around 200 people unaccounted for. New Zealand Foreign … [Read more...]