Sports betting and online gaming in front of the next big market opportunity

Sports betting and online gaming in front of the next big market opportunity Gaming and betting around esports present a much bigger market... read more

Published by Jenny Bond • 02.04.2020

What really happened at GAM?

The source of an outrageously inaccurate hatchet job on the Steel magnate Sanjeev Gupta, published in the Sunday Times this week, is the sacked... read more

Published by Red Communications PR • 18.03.2020

The “Robin Hood” of energy suppliers is urging Southampton-based residents to switch and save

An ethical energy brand developed by Southampton City Council is urging residents to switch their gas and energy supplier. Dubbed as the... read more

Published by Jenny Bond • 25.04.2019

Danger on two wheels: Cyclist deaths are on the rise in Germany

Newly-released figures are sure to prove a cause for concern for Germany’s avid cyclists. According to provisional data from the Federal... read more

Published by Jenny Bond • 02.04.2019

Chiang Mai has the world’s worst air pollution, but Thailand says it’s ready to act.

It’s an undoubtedly a regrettable position to be in: ranked as the city with the most-polluted air in the entire planet, and no doubt Chiang Mai’s... read more

Published by Mike Armstrong • 03.04.2019

£1 MegaBus ads banned by UK advertising regulator

The UK’s advertising regulator the Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) has banned MegaBus from advertising £1 fares across it’s bus/ coach... read more

Published by Greg Bush • 14.02.2019

Major iPhone bug lets you snoop on iPhone users

A major bug has been discovered in the Apple iPhone FaceTime app which allows anyone to listen into the person their calling even if don’t... read more

Published by Jenny Bond • 29.01.2019

Suicide rate plummets after Japan installs blue lights at Tokyo train stations

Across train stations in Japan, various rail companies have been installing blue lights to prevent suicide. It undoubtedly seems strange, but they... read more

Published by Greg Bush • 28.01.2019

You can now skate at Europe's most iconic nightclub

You can now Skate and dance the night away at Berlin's exclusive Berghain club It’s one of Berlin's most iconic nightclubs with a status across... read more

Published by Stephen Fry • 25.01.2019

Australia’s recording breaking heatwave is bad news for wildlife

After a several days of milder weather the sweltering heat wave has quickly returned breaking records across eastern and central Australia with... read more

Published by Simon Mills • 24.01.2019

The Louvre crowned as France’s top tourist spot

The world’s largest art museum the Louvre hosted a record breaking 10.2 million visitors in 2018, up from 25% the previous year. The historic... read more

Published by Mike Armstrong • 03.01.2019

Mexico’s most lucrative fruit has a dark side

Avocados have made world headlines for many reasons over the last decade. From millennials spending more because of their penchant need for... read more

Published by Jenny Bond • 03.12.2018

Loaves in space: New technology allows baked bread at zero gravity

There are many reasons why going into space on a rocket ship is an attractive proposition, but up until now, baked goods weren't one of them. Of... read more

Published by Greg Bush • 06.12.2017

Scientists find that beer could make you happy after all

Researchers examining 13,000 food ingredients at the University of Erlangen-Nuremberg in Germany have found that an alkaloid naturally present in... read more

Published by Mike Armstrong • 04.10.2017

Scientists invent self healing tyres

Punctures could be a thing of the past after a group of scientists from Harvard University have invented tyres that can identify and repair... read more

Published by Jenny Bond • 21.09.2017

DFS shares rise on £25m Sofology deal

Sofa retailer Sofology has been acquired by DFS in a multi million pound deal aimed at strengthening the brand. The two firms both have history... read more

Published by Mike Armstrong • 03.08.2017

BMW scandal was “water off a duck's back” as firm posts profit again.

German car maker BMW has posted a strong rise in profits despite its recent alleged emissions scandal. The firms operating margins rose just... read more

Published by Mike Armstrong • 03.08.2017

These robotic bartenders will make you the perfect Mojito

Introverts who prefer machines to humans will be pleased to know that a Las Vegas bar has recently introduced robotic bartenders. Whether you... read more

Published by Jenny Bond • 25.07.2017

Vodafone scraps roaming charges for 40 countries

Vodafone today has removed roaming charges for customers across 40 countries including popular holiday destinations such as Turkey, France,... read more

Published by Jenny Bond • 12.04.2017

Ultra rare pink diamond fetches 71 million dollars

Sotheby's auction house broke a world record on Tuesday selling a giant 59.60-carat Pink diamond for over $70 million dollars in Hong Kong.... read more

Published by Jenny Bond • 04.04.2017

You can now get fried chicken from your posty

The New Zealand postal service has started delivering Kentucky Fried Chicken in an aim to counter revenue losses as the number of people using the... read more

Published by Jenny Bond • 04.04.2017

Can Samsung put out the flames with the new Galaxy S8?

Samsung hopes to extinguish the flames with the new Galaxy S8 after withdrawing the Galaxy Note 7 last October due to the devices battery randomly... read more

Published by Jenny Bond • 04.04.2017

The Apprentice star Mergim Butaja takes on charity running event to support refugees

Penny Appeal's Run For Their Lives Coventry challenge helps those fleeing conflict Former refugee Mergim Butaja, whose emotional farewell... read more

Published by Penny Appeal • 18.12.2015

A Nation Of Shopkeepers But Not Landlords

A nation of shopkeepers but not landlords Two years ago the Coalition government stated that a further 1.4 trillion would need to be invested... read more

Published by Pressat Wire • 26.11.2015

London's Rents Rise 5 Percent In Just Four Months

- The average rental value of a London property in October stands at £1,467 compared to £1,402 in June 2015 - Biggest riser is Greenwich, with... read more

Published by Pressat Wire • 25.11.2015

The HBOS Report is a reminder that corporate whisleblowing is not working

The Director of the Institute of Business Ethics, Philippa Foster Back CBE said: “The HBOS Report shows that there is significant weakness in... read more

Published by Institute of Business Ethics • 19.11.2015

This National Tree Week, help plant trees and save lives in Africa

This year to celebrate National Tree Week, development charity TREE AID is calling for support to spread the benefits of trees, by helping... read more

Published by TREE AID • 17.11.2015

Southampton Mum backs new campaign on World Diabetes Day

Southampton Mum backs new campaign on World Diabetes Day This World Diabetes Day (14 November), local woman is backing a new national... read more

Published by Diabetes UK • 12.11.2015

UK’s Biggest Motoring Event Comes To Birmingham

The UK's biggest motoring event returns to Birmingham's NEC from Friday 13th to Sunday 15thNovember, as enthusiasts from all over the world gather... read more

Published by Pressat Wire • 11.11.2015

Jaw-Dropping Microscopic Sand Images from the Indian Ocean Prove the Difference Is in the Detail

A series of microscopic photos published by Kuoni reveal the incredible details of sand and marine fragments from five Indian Ocean... read more

Published by Pressat Wire • 11.11.2015

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