Dried Whisky Art

Dried whiskey at the bottom of a glass produces stunning images that closely resemble fine art paintings.

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Eating Late at Night Makes You Gain Weight

If you’re going to chow down on that box of cookies, you’re better off doing it during your usual daytime hours.

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Oceans were formed by Comets Colliding into Earth

Comets are chunks of ice and dust moving through the far reaches of space and occasionally zooming past the sun. 

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Oldest Dinosaur Found in North America

The first-known horned dinosaur from North America recently was unearthed in Montana, according to a new study. 

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Relocated V&A businesses fear client loss
Turnover at the V&A’s Watershed for November is almost double compared with figures from last year.
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Zim bond coins trickle into market
Zimbabwe's new “bond coins” are trickling on to the market - but locals are still suspicious of them.
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IMF policies ‘hampered Ebola response’
IMF policies hampered a co-ordinated response to the Ebola virus outbreak, researchers say.
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Asian stocks track Wall Street cues
Asian markets rose in thin trade Monday ahead of the festive season.
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Gutierrez returns after cancer battle
Newcastle United midfielder Jonas Gutierrez will return to action in an under-21 game after recovering from testicular cancer.
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Boks lost ground in 2014
The Springboks hit a speed bump in 2014, showing signs of decline a year out from the Rugby World Cup.
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Steyn out to ruin Windies’ Xmas
Dale Steyn is set to play the role of the Grinch that steals Christmas from the West Indies when he heads to St George's Park.
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Wits will try to catch Chiefs
Wits captain Thulani Hlatshwayo is keeping the faith as he believes the pace-setting Kaizer Chiefs can be caught next year.
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We like a noggin (or a few) over festive season
Some South Africans are likely to be spending bonuses on booze in what the WHO has dubbed one of Africa's hardest drinking nations, writes Sbongile Nkosi.
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SA goes all out to woo China
President Zuma's state visit to China was euphorically referred to in one report as a "second coming", writes Peter Fabricius.
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Drugs, alcohol a huge contributor
Why do crime levels spike in SA over the festive season? asks Lizette Lancaster.
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Wrong-way drunk driver clocks 50km
A drunk driver clocked 50 kilometres going the wrong way on a highway in western France, say police.
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