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Deborah O’Donoghue is a British-Irish writer who has lived in the UK, France and Belgium. She has travelled all over the world and worked in car body repairs, in the best fish ‘n’ chip shop in Brighton, and been a gopher in a comedy club, as well as a teacher. She’s a past winner of the Commonwealth Broadcasting Association Short Story Prize. Her début novel, Sea of Bones, was published by Legend Press in 2019 and comes out in Germany in 2021. Follow Deborah on Twitter and Instagram.

30 March 2023

What is trending in travel in 2023?

Despite a squeeze on wallets, the war in Ukraine and last year’s post-pandemic uncertainty, we know people are still spending on travel. So from sleep pods […]
30 March 2023

More than 1 million bottles of water are sold every minute around the world

The plastic water bottle industry is growing at an alarming rate, threatening to deplete natural resources and exacerbating climate, social and environmental crisis. 1. Fast-growing industry […]
30 March 2023

What is April Fool’s Day?

The day that either lets your inner joker free or leaves you sitting around nervously all day, suspicious of everyone and everything. Love it or hate […]
29 March 2023

This 3D printed superyacht is designed to be ‘virtually invisible’

Jozeph Forakis Design has come up with the concept of a super yacht that can disappear into the background. The futuristic yacht was conceived on a […]
28 March 2023

Almost 41% of US’ electricity came from zero-carbon energy sources in 2022

For the first time ever, power capacity from clean energy sources comprised 40.6% of the US electricity mix in 2022 — with nuclear being regarded as […]
28 March 2023

Pie in the sky fantasies legitimate inaction, we need to stop burning fossil fuels. Now.

António Guterres, said on 23rd March, we must move toward “net-zero electricity generation by 2035 for all developed economies and 2040 for the rest of the […]
28 March 2023

These are the greatest places to visit in 2023, according to Time magazine

Time magazine has released this year’s World’s Greatest Places, comprising 50 destinations travellers should put on their bucket list this year. To compile the list, the […]
27 March 2023

New ‘Cosmic Concrete’ could be used to build homes on Mars

Scientists from the University of Manchester have created a new material, dubbed ‘StarCrete’ which is made from extra-terrestrial dust, potato starch, and a pinch of salt. […]
27 March 2023

UN warns against ‘vampiric overconsumption’ of global water

The world faces an “imminent risk” of water shortages amid a global water crisis caused by overconsumption and climate change, a United Nations report has warned. […]
24 March 2023

Ai Weiwei invites you to use the middle finger anywhere in the world

The ‘Middle Finger’ is the new project of Chinese artist and activist Ai Weiwei, who is now trying to take his famous finger all over the […]
23 March 2023

The world’s best and worst tourist attractions

Looking for inspiration for your next holiday? Stasher, the luggage storage network, has ranked 99 tourist attractions around the world using country-level and city-level data in […]
23 March 2023

Amazing statues to see on your next road trip

A set of Ukrainian prairie giants and a controversial angel larger than a Boeing 757 are just some of the astonishing and amusing roadside statues rounded […]
22 March 2023

What is Ramadan and why is it important for Muslims?

Ramadan, Islam’s holiest month, began at sundown on Wednesday, March 22nd and will end with Eid al-Fitr on Thursday, April 20th. The most important month of […]
22 March 2023

When did Google maps become so useless?

Some companies and products seem so dominant, it’s hard to imagine them ever losing their place at the head of the market. But whether it’s a […]
22 March 2023

Cirium launches first satellite-based flight tracking tool for airlines

In an industry first, aviation analytics company Cirium has launched a tool that analyses an airline’s routes using satellite-based flight tracking data to identify actual flights […]
21 March 2023

Net Zero by 2050 is dangerous, really dangerous

Yesterday the IPCC Synthesis Report of the Sixth Assessment Report was published. That’s right, the sixth. The seventh will not be published until after 2030. Scanning […]
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