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It’s out the bag: Now the entire world knows about this office romance (Picture: Mercury) Rule number one of office romances: Never have them. Rule number two: If you do have one, be sure to KEEP IT… Read the full story Read more →
A female journalist attended a Slutwalk rally holding up an inflammatory sign reading: ‘There is no rape culture in the West’. Lauren Southern, a reporter from Rebel, was filmed waving the sign and interviewing those attending the event in Vancouver, Canada. Miss Piggy wrote an essay about feminism and it’s fabulous, obviously Slutwalks are organised protests inspired by a 2011 comment by a Toronto police officer who said ‘women should avoid dressing like sluts’ if they wish to avoid sexual assault. Ms Southern explained her reasoning behind her provocative sign: ‘It is intellectually dishonest to think we are living in a rape culture. ‘Rapes do […] Read more →
Chuck out that spanking new Luis Vuitton (okay fake) bag you got for your holiday – it’s now probably way too big. The size of hand luggage is expected to shrink from 56cm by 45cm by 25cm (ish) to a minuscule 55cm by 35cm by 20cm. On the plus side, this will hopefully eliminate the variety of different size allowances on different airlines. At the moment Easyjet and British Airways allow 56cm by 45cm by 25cm while Virgin Atlantic only allow 56cm by 36cm by 23cm. Ryanair meanwhile only allows 55cm by 40cm by 20cm. Read more →
Nick and Sarah Jensen from Canberra, Australia. (Photo Supplied) A Christian couple has said that they will divorce if gay marriage is legalised in Australia. Nick and Sarah Jensen, from Canberra, Australia, said they would legally separate but would remain a couple in the eyes of God. Mr Jensen wrote in the Canberra City News: ‘My wife and I just celebrated our 10-year anniversary. But later this year, we may be getting a divorce. ‘Our view is that marriage is a fundamental order of creation. Part of God’s human history.’ While the couple have stated they would legally divorce – they have […] Read more →
View from the peak of Mount Kinabalu (Picture: file) To the local community living at its foot, Mount Kinabalu in Malaysia is seen as the resting place of their ancestors. The mountain, the highest between the Himalayas and New Guinea, sits in Kinabalu Park which became a Unesco World Heritage site in 2000. The Kadazan and Dusun communities have long held the mountain as a sacred place. According to the Global Diversity Foundation, locals believe their loved ones must be buried facing the landmark when they die so their spirits can see the mountain as they start their journey to […] Read more →