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Travel: Cape Town Water Drought

South Africa’s second-largest city, Cape Town, is suffering a severe water shortage. Expectations to run out of water was first set for April but has been pushed back to July, when taps will run dry, the doomsday date known as Day Zero. 216 more words

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#BFI and #BBC Four #Animation Talent Drive Closes Today 12 March '18

Following Listen to Britain success,  held in 2017 which offered a new platform to emerging documentary makers, BBC Four in partnership with BFI are searching for a number of short films to showcase the creativity and #diversity of the next generation of animation talent in the UK today. 145 more words


Shortlist for 2018 Sony World Photography Awards Announced

Today’s announcement signals an impressive year ahead for the world’s most diverse international photography competition, seeing quality, variety and a high number of entries.

  • Nearly 320,000 images were submitted from across the world, seeing a 40% increase in entries compared to 2017.
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MONACO: Laureus World Sports Awards 2018

World-renowned singer songwriter Emeli Sandé is set to wow the guests of next week’s Laureus World Sports Awards, the premier global sports awards honouring the highest achieving sportsmen and women across all sports each year. 192 more words


Fashion and Textile Museum: New Lanark Design Competition

New Lanark, an 18th century cotton-spinning Mill Village and one of Scotland’s 6 UNESCO World Heritage Sites, is delighted to have received a number of entries, many of a high quality, for its Textile Print competition to celebrate the London’s Fashion and Textile Museum’s Artist Textiles Picasso to Warhol exhibition. 376 more words

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World's Best Martini Winner Arbikie Gin

Hackney, was recently inundated by the finest Martini connoisseurs, over 250 people attended the World’s Best Martini Challenge, where top bartenders took the cocktail game to the next level. 318 more words


Facebook Opens New London Office

Facebook has opened its new London office and has promised to add another 800 jobs in the capital in 2018, showing its commitment to Britain as the country prepares for Brexit. 60 more words

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