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May 11, 2018 4:28 PM WH Smith is slammed for selling an 80p tube of Colgate toothpaste in hospital shop for EIGHT POUNDS

WH Smith has been slammed after it was spotted selling a single tube of toothpaste in a hospital shop - for £7.99. Critics accused the retail business of cashing in on the sick by hiking up prices at the shop in Pinderfields General Hospital in Wakefield, West Yorkshire. The same 75ml tube costs just 80p at Tesco - 898 percent cheaper - and a £1 in Boots 9

May 3, 2018 5:45 PM A sight to behold! Tourist cableway goes right through a residential complex in China

Due to the mountainous topography of the region, Chongqing is also dubbed 'China's Mountain City'. The city sprawls across a large area dominated by rivers, hills and valleys, with sharp rises and falls across its terrain. Being one of China's four direct-controlled municipalities, the Chongqing government has rapidly developed the city's infrastructure 5

May 3, 2018 5:11 PM Property firm unveils alternative design for Heathrow expansion that it claims costs 'under half' the amount of the current third runway plan

A hotel and property company has unveiled designs for expanding Heathrow in a way it claims is much cheaper than the airport's own plan. Arora Group says its third runway scheme would cost 'under half' the amount of Heathrow Airport Limited's (HAL) scheme. The firm, founded by tycoon Surinder Arora, wants to concentrate new terminal capacity between 5

April 24, 2018 7:28 PM Alaska Airlines tightens emotional support animal policy

ANCHORAGE, Alaska (AP) - Alaska Airlines has updated its policy on emotional support animals following an increase in incidents involving them on planes and in airports, including some customers and employees suffering bites. Starting May 1, customers flying with psychiatric service animals must provide animal health and behavioral documents and a signed 8

April 9, 2018 6:01 PM Chinese facial recognition firm, SenseTime, becomes the world's most valuable AI start-up at $4.5 BILLION after raising a record $600 million in a funding round led by Alibaba

Creepy plans for creepy state-wide surveillance in China have moved a step closer, thanks to one of the country's leading tech firms. SenseTime, which works in partnership with Honda on automated vehicle research, has developed facial recognition CCTV technology already in use across China. The firm has tripled its worth in less than a year after a funding 40

April 3, 2018 2:56 PM UK Airport CHAOS: Half of all flights face delays across Europe after EU computer crash

BRITISH AIRLINE passengers could face widespread delays just a day after the Easter holidays, after Eurocontrol - the agency that runs the EU's air traffic - experienced a massive computer crash. The warning, from the Brussels-based agency, means there could be widespread delays as up to half of all flights could be cancelled. Airports across Europe 37

April 3, 2018 2:25 PM Half of European flights face delay after computer failure

The continent's air safety system breaks down, causing problems to flight plans. The continent-wide system which determines when and where planes can safely fly, land and take-off failed at about lunchtime on Tuesday, the European Organisation for the Safety of Air Navigation (Eurocontrol) said. Half of flights across Europe face being delayed by the failure 26

April 3, 2018 2:30 AM When drone imperiled New Zealand plane, nobody called police

WELLINGTON, New Zealand (AP) - When a drone flew within meters of a landing plane last week, endangering 278 passengers and crew, Air New Zealand responded by saying that such reckless drone operators should be thrown in prison. Other agencies also sounded the public alarm. Air traffic controllers said they were concerned about the increasing numbers 15

March 17, 2018 3:23 PM Britain's borders betrayal: Brexit could see borders flung WIDE OPEN if there's no deal

BREXIT could see Britain's borders flung wide open if the UK cannot strike a trade deal with the European Union after we leave the bloc. However, bosses are said to be preparing for default border checks for people at ports and airports. It comes as Transport Secretary Chris Grayling has vowed that there would be no hard border at Dover. He told the BBC’s 41

March 16, 2018 10:53 AM Bali Will Turn Off Its Internet For 24 Hours During New Year Celebrations

The switch off is in honour of Nyepi, the Hindu 'Day of Silence' Bali will turn off all its mobile internet for a full 24 hours on Saturday 17 March in honour of the Hindu ‘Day of Silence’ known as Nyepi. Nyepi is one of the most important days in the ancient Balinese calendar and marks the start of the Hindu New Year for the island. It is known as a ‘Day of Silence’ 18