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Singapore may have only two weather—rain or shine, sometimes both at the same time—but if we look on the bright side, it really means that we have access to the beach almost all year round. With efforts to clean up our waterway, the beaches and the immediate ocean around us, it also means that being at the beach and staring into the horizon with a drink in hand, is now more pleasant than ever.
We know it's getting really warm and instead of still sweating it out at home, why not head to the beach and get some vitamin D? Bikinis, swimsuit and swimming trunks are in order!
If you happened to be looking at Earl Spencer’s Twitter feed on Monday, you might be left with the impression that he had little of note going on in his life right now. His most recent post, last Friday, was a thank you to a reader who had bought his latest book, and the day before he was tweeting pictures of the moon taken from his Althorp estate. There was no mention of the spectacular three-day wedding of his eldest daughter, Lady Kitty Spencer, who had chosen to marry more than 1,000 miles a
Would you jump off a cliff if someone told you to? Perhaps not, but plenty of teenagers are doing just that in the pursuit of viral social media video. Welcome to the world of TikTok tourism: the trend for seriously dangerous online stunts that’s putting young people, and some of the world’s most beautiful locations, in harm’s way. If you scroll through the social media app, you’ll find plenty of clips of teens competing in risky “challenges” on their summer holidays. A brief search reveals them
It’s the kind of news that would make many eco-sceptics shiver: a garden full of weeds has been awarded a gold medal by the Royal Horticultural Society. Last week, the people of Derbyshire-based farm Sunart Fields were as surprised as many of the attendees of Tatton Flower Show when they were handed the gong for a border that brimmed with things people usually pull out of their flowerbeds; among them, the controversial ragwort – a yellow flower beloved by pollinators but feared by horse owners.
I suppose I always had a bit of a thing for older men. My brother was born six years before me so I was accustomed to being around older people and, even in secondary school, found boys my own age quite tedious: I was going to clubs and hooking up with older guys when I was 15. I’m tall and always looked older than I actually was – plus they were less strict on ID in those days. When my friends and I were all heading off for university, everyone was hugely excited about the prospect of going to