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Two Men in Court Charged With Recklessly Disturbing a Wild Animal Under the Wildlife and Countryside Act 1981
Animals  (tags: cruelty, wildlife, sadness, animalcruelty, abuse, dolphin, animalwelfare )

Cathryne
- 2321 days ago - thesun.co.uk
TWO men who swam in the sea with a friendly dolphin have denied witness reports that one of them tried to grab its dorsal fin and ride on its back. Michael Jukes, 27, and Daniel Buck, 26, said they swam with Dave the dolphin off the coast of Sandgate,
Biofuels To Be Added To All UK Petrol
Green Lifestyle  (tags: CO2emissions, environment, green, world, globalwarming )

Cathryne
- 2320 days ago - news.sky.com
New rules forcing motorists to use biofuels are about to come into force - even though some campaigners say they may actually make climate change worse. The introduction of the Renewable Transport Fuels Obligation (RTFO) on Tuesday will mean that all
No Sex Please: Women Asked To Padlock Pants - Indonesian Massage Parlours Shackle Up
Offbeat  (tags: unusual, women, news, bizarre, off-beat, odd, society )

Cathryne
- 2321 days ago - news.sky.com
Women masseuses in Indonesia have been asked to padlock their pants to let customers know that sex is not available. The country's massage parlours are often used as a front for prostitution, but the country's women's affairs minister is not impressed
Probe Into New Maternity Deaths
Health & Wellness  (tags: healthcare, humans, deaths, babies, safety, women )

Cathryne
- 2322 days ago - news.bbc.co.uk
A hospital maternity unit where 10 women died in three years has begun an inquiry after another three women died there within 10 months. Northwick Park Hospital had been placed on special measures after the previous deaths between 2002 and 2005.
Japan Fleet Misses Whaling Target
Environment  (tags: conservation, whaling, protection, oceans, humans )

Cathryne
- 2322 days ago - news.bbc.co.uk
Japan's whaling fleet has failed to catch its quota, after being disrupted by clashes with anti-hunting activists. The fisheries agency said the fleet caught 60% of the minke whales they had planned - 551 from a target of 850. The ships, which were follow
Clinton's No Annie Oakley, Says Obama as She Shoots Down His Attack on 'Bitter' Americans
US Politics & Gov't  (tags: candidates, americans, government, politics )

Cathryne
- 2322 days ago - dailymail.co.uk
Barack tore into Hillary Clinton as he attempted to gain the upper hand in the row over his remarks about "bitter" Americans. In a rare show of anger, the Illinois senator even compared Mrs Clinton to wild west sharpshooter Annie Oakley. The war of words
Where on Google Earth Is Wally?
Offbeat  (tags: unusual, interesting, children, news, humans, game )

Cathryne
- 2322 days ago - dailymail.co.uk
For years, he has challenged enterprising schoolchildren everywhere to spot him among ancient Aztec kingdoms and medieval battlefields. But now Wally has set his fans a new goal - to find him over the internet. Canadian artist Melanie Coles has brought
Curse of the Disappearing Clifftop: Bungalows Left Teetering After 20ft of Land Was Lost in a Month
Environment  (tags: environment, destruction, humans, nature, oceans )

Cathryne
- 2322 days ago - dailymail.co.uk
Perched on top of a cliff, the houses of Knipe Point were notable for their magnificent sea views. But after a landslip of terrifying proportions, their position has changed from a blessing to a curse. Up to 20ft of land has vanished in the last month,
The Adventures of Green Girl
Green Lifestyle  (tags: clothing, CoolStuff, conservation, coolstuff, eco-friendly, environment, family, green, greenliving, Sustainabililty, sustainable, recycling, organic, society )

Shannon
- 2395 days ago - care2.com
Meet Green Girl, after growing up in an eco-friendly wonderland Green Girl, now a college freshman faces real life decisions about whether to continue living a natural, chemical-free lifestyle.
Melting Mountain Glaciers Will Shrink Grain Harvests in China and India
Environment  (tags: climate, nature, water, melting glaciers, destruction, world, food )

Cathryne
- 2341 days ago - us.oneworld.net
The world is now facing a climate-driven shrinkage of river-based irrigation water supplies. Mountain glaciers in the Himalayas and on the Tibet-Qinghai Plateau are melting and could soon deprive the major rivers of India and China of the ice melt needed
 
 
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