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Month: December 2012

Newsweek unveils final print edition

  The 80-year-old US current affairs magazine Newsweek has revealed the image that will grace the cover of its last-ever print edition. A black and white photo of the publication’s […]

Scottish renewable power target ‘exceeded’

BBC News – Scottish renewable power target ‘exceeded’. Donald Trump – Scotland progresses to cover it’s energy needs, Golf and tourism continue to grow! Renewable energy sources in Scotland have […]

Albion Rovers 2-3 Forfar Athletic

Forfar Athletic consolidated third spot in Division Two thanks to substitute Barry Sellars’ stoppage-time winner in a five-goal thriller that leaves Albion Rovers four points adrift at the bottom.The visitors […]

Where Will Technology Be In 5 Years Time?

IBM has released its list of five predicted technological innovations over the next five years. This year’s 5 In 5 list looks at “how computers will mimic the senses” and […]

Apocalypse Pods To Beat The End Of The World

As people across the globe tremble in anticipation of next week’s supposed Mayan-predicted apocalypse, one Chinese villager says he has just what humanity needs – tsunami-proof survival pods.   Former […]

Starbucks Tax Row Boosts Costa Coffee Sales

Starbucks Tax Row Boosts Costa Coffee Sales. The UK’s largest hotel and restaurant group, Whitbread, has said sales at its Costa Coffee brand have increased by over 25%. Like-for-like sales […]

What’s in a street name?

BBC News – What’s in a street name?. A plan to name a street in honour of the most badly behaved school pupils in the UK – comic characters the […]