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Category Archives: News
I went to Hanover in the North of Germany last week and spent the last couple of days scanning my body for symptoms of EHEC, always wondering “Do I have it?”. EHEC spreads and with it the fear spreads from … Continue reading
Malta, the last real stronghold of the Roman Catholic church, was shaken by a small step towards a more liberal nation. Since May 2011 divorce is legal in Malta. Now the last EU nation in which divorce was not an … Continue reading
Four people died and over 600 were infected with a highly dangerous intestinal virus called Ehec within a week in Germany. Ehec spreads quickly and scientists have no real idea where it comes from. Germans have been told to stay … Continue reading
It was the senior teacher of the University of Westminster’s Music department, Mike Exarchos alias “Stereo Mike”, who scored seventh place at the Eurovision Song Contest (ESC) for Greece last Saturday. With the song “Watch My Dance” the EMI contract … Continue reading
For a while I have been thinking about getting the Ipad now. But then I have a netbook and a smartphone and apart from ebooks, app games and a fancy look the Ipad does not seem offer me anything new. … Continue reading
The oldest woman in the world, Eunice Sanborn, has died at the age of 115 in Texas. She looks happy, doesn’t she? Whenever I think of getting old (and that is surely due to my 23-year-old perspective on the world) … Continue reading
Read my article on The HA1. Here’s the audio slideshow I made from quotes and pics of the event:
Only one German town appears in the league table of the new “Open Cities” survey by the British Council: Düsseldorf on rank 13. The seven British cities that were analysed are all among the first 16 with London on top … Continue reading