Posts filed under: Current Affairs

I was reminded of the post here about the way the London Underground could be affected if changes in the weather continued over the next hundred years. Here is a cat who admits he doesn”t understand what”s going on but...
When an employer hires people, they are obliged to do certain things and treat them a certain way. Failing to do this can cause all sorts of problems for the employer because they will be breaching employment laws. Here are...
Russia’s former Leningrad, St Petersburg has experienced its own cultural renaissance in recent years, and it’s never been a better time to explore all that this great city has to offer art lovers....
At just over 285,000 square miles, Chile is not a particularly large country. However, the fact that Chile is spread along the Andean mountain range makes it rather difficult to explore....
London’s sewage system is well beyond capacity. Originally designed in the Victorian era (a detailed history of the sewers can be found here) some 150 years ago, it was designed to handle all the sewage for a city of some...
Improvements to data sharing are being seen in the market, says Uncle Buck Real-time data sharing benefits both lenders and consumers in a number of ways and there have been a number of developments in 2014. Uncle Buck  was one...
Give a warm welcome to Janelle who submitted this guest post about saving money when travelling....
Read on for some ideas for fashioning a cosy and charismatic traveller's retreat perfect for raconteurs everywhere...
With summer coming about and all of us heading here, there and everything else – we have to think about holiday protection including travel insurance. Here are our tips for cheaper insurance policies for your holidays. Travel insurance is one...
The bustling metropolis of Mumbai is the largest city in India and one of the most important cultural centres in the country. Its cosmopolitan and eclectic character reveals itself in everything from Bollywood films to classical art and architecture....