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Free water stations will save 1000 plastic bottles per WEEK

By Brandon Cook

Two of Scotlands busiest train stations have installed refillable water hubs to combat the waste of thousands of plastic bottles.

Passengers at Glasgow Central Station and Edinburgh Waverly will benifit from the use of refillable running water in the stations as part of the initiatative to reduce plastic waste. 294 more words


Should Original Disney Films Be Banned?

KEIRA Knightley has called out Disney for teaching young girls to wait for a Prince to come to their rescue.

Banning her daughter from watching Cinderella and The Little Mermaid, Knightley said recently in an interview with Ellen DeGeneres: “ waits around for a rich guy to rescue her. 642 more words



By Brodie Gettins

TODAY marks the last day for the public to participate in the UK government’s consultation of the Gender Recognition Act 2004. The consultation at Westminster opened in July this year, after being stalled due to transphobic media coverage. 786 more words

New Belmont Arena to break ground in May, according to Jon Ledecky

Islanders ownership remains confident that the team’s planned arena at Belmont Park will break ground in the spring.

Islanders co-owner Jon Ledecky told Newsday on Thursday that he expects construction to begin on the new venue in May. 224 more words


Feature Friday Film: The Shabby Tabby Cafe, the first Cat Cafe on Long Island

Sneaky here to share a video from ABC News about a new cat cafe on Long Island. Since my author lives there and is actually visting this pawsome place on Saturday, I thought I’d check it out. 299 more words


UWS Sports News September 14th 2018

Presented by Stuart Reid with reports from Ryan Crombie and Gregor Hynds. Analysis and match previews from Gary Kirkpatrick and Chris MacMillan