ips for Silver Cambridgeshire day at Newmarket

Today’s best bets, by Chris Cook I rarely feel sorry for John Gosden, who has had his share of success in this life, but it was a great pity that his Sacred Act had to be ruled out of tomorrow’s

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tricks for Google’s new Allo Messaging app

After months of anticipation and teases from some of Google’s developers, the company’s new Allo messaging app is finally here. Whether you like the service or not, it’s hard to deny that it has some really cool features. Messaging with

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11 Essential iPhone Tips for iOS 10

Tip 1: Download iOS 10. Apple recently unveiled its new iPhone, and while it doesn’t really look much different from the previous model, there’s a lot happening inside. And we’re not just talking about the piece of plastic that replaced

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Wine tips and tales

World’s First Master of Wine from India, Sonal Holland, gives you handy suggestions you can use, when it comes to enjoying both white and red wines George RR Martin, author of the immensely popular American fantasy drama television series, Game

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DNA Study Finds Aboriginal Australians World’s Oldest Civilization

According to a new study published this week in the journal Nature, researchers conducting the first-ever genomic study of indigenous Australians have found evidence of a single “out of Africa” migration for modern humans and confirmed a long-standing claim that

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Indian royals in row over missing temple treasures

Indian royals in row over missing temple treasures Only a handful of people have laid eyes on the treasure of the Padmanabhaswamy temple in the city of Thiruvananthapuram, formerly Trivandrum, capital of Kerala in southern India. Lawyer Ananda Padmanabhan is

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first hydrogen-powered passenger train is coming to Germany

Alstom unveiled the new train at InnoTrans, an annual trade show in Berlin this week. Starting at the end of 2017, the train will run on the Buxtehude-Bremervörde-Bremerhaven-Cuxhaven line in the northwestern German state of Lower Saxony. Lower Saxony’s local

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The low-rate world

THEY do not naturally crave the limelight. But for the past decade the attention on central bankers has been unblinking—and increasingly hostile. During the financial crisis the Federal Reserve and other central banks were hailed for their actions: by slashing

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How Can The Church Thrive In A Non-Christian World?

As we all know, it’s election season. This isn’t ever a rosy time for America, filled with rainbows and warm hugs. But if the political season of 2016 has taught us anything, it’s that the United States is culturally confused.

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Poor food ‘risks health of half the world’

Poor diets are undermining the health of one in three of the world’s people, an independent panel of food and agriculture experts has warned. The report says under-nourishment is stunting the growth of nearly a quarter of children under five.

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