Economically, it is estimated that today’s coral reefs bring in a value of US$33 trillion per year due to their contributions towards food, tourism and medicine. Over 4000 species of fish and their food are reliant on coral reefs that, in turn, prop up 12% of the entire world’s fisheries.Read More
Why have there been so many resignations? What is in the Draft Withdrawal Agreement? What will happen next?Read More
Whenever I meet Dee she always seems to have been doing amazing things both at home or at competitions across the country. Hopefully Dee’s successes might interest and inspire anyone reading this.Read More
On March 31st Exeter will be saying farewell to one of its smallest, cosiest and most welcoming theatres. For many this will be a sad blow to the hart. The Bike Shed Theatre on Fore Street has been a place to socialise, see performances and enjoy wonderful cocktails and lovely food for so many people over the years. We look into why it is closing down? 'The Bike Shed won’t be replaced, but other things could grow.'
Having voted to leave the EU in June of 2016, negotiations on Britain's departure are now in full swing. But there proves to be one persistent and exasperating headache for Theresa May's Brexit; that of Ireland.Read More
The Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists announced via a live stream on the 25th of January 2018 that the Doomsday Clock is now at two minutes to midnight. This is the closest the clock has been to midnight, matching its position in 1957. But why?Read More
The future of a hugely significant Devon longhouse dating from the late 14th century was made more secure last weekend... The farmhouse is a remarkably unspoilt example of a medieval cob dwelling. Probably dating from the 14th century – the period after the Black Death.Read More
Eco-paint, Green paint, Alkyd paint, Acrylic paint? Confused? Architect Kevin Davies explains the revival of traditional linseed oil paint.Read More