‘World first’ cell phone detection cameras rolled out in Australia By Amy Woodyatt, CNN Updated 2 hours ago Dec 2, 2019.

(CNN) – The Australian state of New South Wales rolled out “high definition detection cameras” on Sunday, designed to catch drivers using cell phones behind the wheel. Andrew Constance, New South Wales’ minister for roads, said the “world-first” technology would target illegal cell phone use through “fixed and mobile trailer-mounted cameras.” The cameras will use…

Billionaires only, please! London vault for the ultra-rich opens

Exclusive safety deposit bank near Harrods angles to be world’s most expensiveWelcome to the billionaires’ new piggy bank. A bank vault in a grade-II listed 120-year-old former mansion next to the Dorchester Hotel on London’s Park Lane will open for business next week. This is no ordinary bank. This one will be slightly more discerning…

'Laziness has won': apostrophe society admits its defeat

Organisation formed in 2001 to preserve punctuation mark comes to a full stop A society dedicated to preserving the “much-abused” apostrophe is to be shut down as its chairman said “ignorance and laziness” had won. John Richards, who worked in journalism for much of his career, started the Apostrophe Protection Society in 2001 after he…

Emilia Clarke: ‘I didn’t want people to think of me as sick'

As she stars in this year’s Christmas feelgood movie, Emilia Clarke talks about the intense scrutiny of Game of Thrones, how she coped with the brain haemorrhage that almost killed her – and why we all need to escape reality sometimes Emilia Clarke had a headache. It was 2011, just before Valentine’s Day and just…

I was ‘fighting against my own government’ in drug war, Philippines President Duterte says By Ben Westcott, CNN Updated 1 hour ago Dec 1, 2019.

(CNN) – Philippines President Rodrigo Duterte said that when he asked for six months to end the country’s drug problem in 2016, he didn’t appreciate the levels of pushback and corruption he would find in the government. In an interview with CNN Philippines, Duterte was asked about complaints from local politicians over his sacking of…

How to Manage Hay Fever

 By Grace Okogwu November 29, 2019.  While some of us are happily saying adios to the rains and ‘Bienvenue’ to sunnier days, some others might be in for some bad luck. This is because with the warmer season, allergies causing hay fever are triggered and therefore, people living with hay fever might experience increased allergic…

Girl Poisons Her Bestfriend, Posts RIP, But She Miraculously Recovers

Posted by Thandiubani on Sat 30th Nov, 2019.  In a dramatic turn of events, a girl has recovered after being poisoned by her bestfriend. A young South African woman by name, Lattie X Penelope has shared a rather shocking experience on Facebook, advising people to be mindful of who they trust as their ‘bestfriend’. Using…

Between Expelled FUTA Students And Ex-Babcock Girl By Olabisi Deji-Folutile

The point being made in a nutshell is that there are established ways of behaviour in every human setting, including universities. Agreed, universities don’t have the right to stop their students from engaging in sexual acts off-campus, however, students should also know that their sexual acts off-campus should be done with utmost sense of responsibility…

Bringing HIV/AIDS to a Halt in Nigeria

As Nigeria, today, joins the rest of the world to commemorate the 2019 World AIDS Day, Martins Ifijeh takes a look at the fight against HIV/AIDS in the country, the progress made so far, and the challenges ahead Also Read : Does the End Really Justify the Means in All Cases When the world first…