Monthly Archives: August 2016
Video footage shows the excruciating moment the rider punched the air as he approaches the end. But at the very last second he was overtaken by another competitor - who won by an inch.
Jazzie Watson, 20, stabbed expectant dad Shamus McNama, 17, in the early hours of the morning on February 28. The tragic youngster was rushed to hospital but later died of his injuries of 'ten knife-type' wounds, Bristol Crown Court was told.
Sheffield-based underfloor heating specialists UK Underfloor Heating announce that they have helped to provide a new heating system for tigers housed at Lincolnshire Wildlife...
CCTV images from a nearby house show the men covering the convertible Porsche Boxter in petrol before throwing a lit rag on it in the early hours of the morning. The owner of the car was woken up by passers-by who discovered the burning car in Dagenham, east London.
BQool, one of the leading SaaS companies for Amazon repricing and feedback management, has announced an important update to its Feedback Central software with...
Penetration testing is a fast and accurate measure of the consistency of fluids, gels and pastes. Ointments with a low consistency for example can...
The high tech baby simulators form part of sex education classes across the world and are touted as a key weapon to discourage girls from having sex. But a new study of the programme in Australia, published in The Lancet, found girls who took part were twice as likely to get pregnant and a third more likely to have an abortion than those who didn't.
The gadget, called ‘Stays-Hard’ holds the penis aloft to maintain a “solid” erection, even after orgasm. It is safe to use with condoms and other varieties of contraceptive, and can be fitted by either partner in just a few seconds.
Officers closed off a busy high street on Sunday afternoon after a suspicious brown bag was discovered at a bus stop close to The Shard and London Bridge train station. After an investigation, police decided to execute a controlled explosion on the package, which splattered pesto and bread across shop windows.