A power plant in China’s Luoyang City has discovered a novel, environmentally friendly alternative to burning coal. Instead, it’s burning hard cash.
Be the first to comment | December 2014
A pet cat managed to survive against all the odds after being accidentally shipped in a sealed box to Hawaii.
Foreign visitors may be banned because of fears about the spread of Ebola, but that hasn’t stopped North Korea launching a new website to promote the country as a tourist destination.
Travellers in Russia had a difficult journey this week after they had to get out and push their frozen plane in sub -50 temperatures.
Be the first to comment | November 2014
A new lunar project is appealing for financing on crowdfunding site Kickstarter. Will investors seize the opportunity to immortalise themselves on the moon?
A Chinese programmer spent two years’ salary on 99 iPhone 6s and arranged them into a heart before asking his girlfriend to marry him. Unfortunately, his idea didn’t quite work out as planned.
Most people hope for a peaceful retirement. But for the residents of a sheltered housing complex in Wales, moments of peace and serenity have been few and far between since a ‘mafia war’ broke out.
The Natural History Museum ordered bounty hunters to shoot on sight in a recently uncovered plot to capture the monster of Loch Ness.
Be the first to comment | October 2014
It’s long been assumed that the bigger a person is, the more weight they can carry. In fact, scientists are now contending that the exact opposite is true.
“Mickey Mouse money” has long been used as a name for fake or valueless cash. Now, on a small Pacific island, there are Mickey Mouse coins in circulation that are anything but.
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