June 25, 2019

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Amazon is building dedicated warehouses for hazardous goods

By Kris Holt From engadget Its robots aren’t handling bear repellent anymore. Amazon is building dedicated warehouses to store hazardous goods, with the first one it constructed from scratch set to open this summer. It follows an incident at the tail end of last year, in which an exploding can of bear repellent led to […]


KAABOO Texas Concludes Inaugural Festival KAABOO Texas closes out Mother’s Day weekend with performances from The Killers, Kid Rock, Sting, Lionel Richie, Lynyrd Skynyrd, Little Big Town, Alanis Morissette, Pitbull, and more at AT&T Stadium Arlington, TX (May 13, 2019) – This Mother’s Day weekend, KAABOO Texas and The Jerry Jones Family united to deliver the Lone Star State a larger-than-life event at AT&T Stadium, home of the Dallas Cowboys. The three-day […]

This resort is on a mission to save endangered fish in the Caribbean

By Emma Sarran Webster From Mic Grab a snorkel or scuba gear, head under the surface of theCaribbean, and you’re bound to catch a glimpse of the sea’s vast biodiversity. After all, according to the Caribbean Challenge Initiative, the Caribbean is home to 1,400 species of fish and marine mammals, and extensive coral reefs and coastal mangroves that provide […]

5 things you learn about a person on a road trip

A road trip can do more for travelers than just take you from one destination to the next. When traveling as a couple or with friends, it’s possible that you learn something about a person with every kilometer traversed. The escape from daily routine can enrich any relationship – leading to the ultimate discovery of […]

The Editor speaks: OfReg? No. Just off the reg and find the pump

The Utilities Regulation and Competition Office known as OfReg is the most incompetent and useless body ever dreamt up by any government. One of its main duties is to monitor the prices of fuel. It monitors them alright and give the nod to let the two fuel companies here that have a monopoly and a […]

‘Sea Of Plastic’ in the Caribbean stretches miles

‘Sea Of Plastic’ Discovered In The Caribbean Stretches Miles And Is Choking Wildlife From The Science News Reporter March 18, 2019How often do you use plastic? If you compare to the average consumer, you might answer “every day.” Yes, items that contain plastic are convenient — and cheap. But, the manmade material is wreaking havoc […]

Never get on a plane without…

I travel all the time — here are the 10 things I never get on a plane without By Mara Leighton From Business Insider The Insider Picks team writes about stuff we think you’ll like. Business Insider has affiliate partnerships, so we get a share of the revenue from your purchase. I travel frequently by plane, train, […]

UK: A mammoth, woolly rhino and a medieval village: the unexpected treasures beneath the A14

By Simon Usborne From The Guardian UK Digging alongside the bulldozers of the £1.5bn road diversion, archaeologists have discovered tonnes of ancient bones. Is there a find so important that it could stop the whole project? A small crowd of workers gathers outside a temporary office plonked in a muddy field in Cambridgeshire. Bill Boismier […]

Aircraft manufacturer Bombardier to axe 500 jobs in Belfast

By PA From Aol UK Almost 500 jobs are to go at aircraft manufacturer Bombardier in Northern Ireland in a bitter pre-Christmas blow for workers. More than a tenth of core staff face the knife under cost-cutting measures aimed at improving the Canadian-headquartered firm’s long-term competitiveness. Bombardier produces the wings for its new aircraft, the […]

12 Great movies exploring the unique horror of being a woman

By Martha Polk From Vulture This Halloween, we need more than jump scares and gross-outs. You know what’s scarier than monsters, ghouls, and goblins? The patriarchy. Forget the blood geysers, aliens, and flesh-devouring apocalypses — we need thrillers and horror flicks that get at the truly terrifying stuff of female experience, like being married (to […]