Travel

Spain – The Land of 1000 Fiestas…

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Considering every city, town and village in Spain hosts a yearly celebration of some kind, 1000 is an obvious gross understatement when it comes to numbering …

Health

What is Stage 4 Mesothelioma?

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Stage 4 Mesothelioma is the final stage of the Mesothelioma disease. By the time a patient has entered Stage 4, the malignant mesothelioma tumors have spread …

Tech

Beware of Keyloggers – This is How Hackers Crack Accounts

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The supposedly big hurdle for hackers when accessing accounts such as email, Facebook, online banking and so on is the password. However, the password for digital …

Travel

Oktoberfest – The Munich Beer Festival in Numbers

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Situated on massive grounds of 34.5 hectares nothing the Oktoberfest does…is small. From 2018 data it’s recorded that over 13,000 people were employed at the event …

Travel

Pamplona’s San Fermin – More than just a Bull Run…

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The introduction of a much more family friendly fiesta in 2016 is reaping major rewards for the City Council of Pamplona with data collected from the …

Internet Marketing

What is Search Engine Optimisation (SEO)?

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SEO оr Sеаrсh Enginе Oрtimiѕаtiоn iѕ thе nаmе givеn tо асtivitу that аttеmрtѕ to imрrоvе ѕеаrсh engine rаnkingѕ. In search results Gооglе™ displays linkѕ tо раgеѕ …

Education

ANZAC Day – Nurses of the Great War

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ANZAC Day is a big deal to Australians and New Zealanders. With a different meaning to so many, it’s usually regarded as an unnecessary and sad …

Travel

La Tomatina – The World’s Messiest Food Fight…

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La Tomatina always takes place on the last Wednesday of August in the sleepy village of Bunol some 40kms west of Spain’s third largest city, Valencia. …

FashionSport

Royal Ascot’s Relaxed Dress Code Welcomed – But Don’t Forget your Hat…

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Royal Ascot racegoers are certainly accustomed to dressing to impress for this most social of events and in what is a stunning turnabout in policy, as …

Sport

Epsom Derby – The Sport of Kings fit for a Queen

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Historically horseracing, in one form or another, has been around for thousands of years. Records exist from Ancient Egypt, Greece, Babylon, Syria, the Roman Empire and …