Read more about the article Energy Crisis Crematoriums Keep Going With Solar Power
Image shows the town of Schoenebeck, in Saxony-Anhalt, Germany, undated photo. The town's crematorium installed solar panels to save energy. (Newsflash)

Energy Crisis Crematoriums Keep Going With Solar Power

A crematorium in Germany had told how it is beating the energy crisis by installing solar panels to help keep its ovens burning. The move comes after it was reported…

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Read more about the article 20 Per Cent Of Animal Species Face Extinction
Image shows a Vietnamese sika deer at the Vienna Zoo, Austria, undated photo. The IUCN reported that about 20 per cent of all animal species that they recorded are threatened with extinction as of October 2022. (Daniel Zupanc/Newsflash)

20 Per Cent Of Animal Species Face Extinction

Wildlife experts have used Halloween pumpkins to reveal the real-life horror of animal extinction. New figures show that 20 per cent of all animal species are under threat of dying…

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Read more about the article Could Appearance Of Deep Sea Oarfish Mean Huge Quake Is Coming?
Picture shows a Giant oarfish in the bed of a pickup truck, gasping for air in Sinaloa, Mexico, on Wednesday, Oct. 5, 2022. The fish lives in the deep see, and it is believed that it can be seen before an earthquake, causing panic with its appetence on social networks. (CEN)

Could Appearance Of Deep Sea Oarfish Mean Huge Quake Is Coming?

This is the sight that has got traditional believers quaking in their boots over fears that a huge seismic shock could be coming. A two-metre-long deep sea oarfish (Regalecus glense)…

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Read more about the article Gas Shortage Could Close Crematoriums And Leave Cemeteries Unable To Meet Demand
Image shows a cremation process, undated photo. Crematoria in Germany have been facing problems because of the ongoing gas crisis. (Newsflash)

Gas Shortage Could Close Crematoriums And Leave Cemeteries Unable To Meet Demand

German crematoriums may have to close down over winter because of fears they may not have enough gas because of Putin's invasion of Ukraine. Crematorium officials are reportedly increasingly worried…

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Read more about the article Record Number Of Bee Colonies Despite Virus Deaths
Picture shows the beekeeper Heinz Hoffmann, 90, undated. He lets himself be stung by bees in Frankfurt, Germany. (Newsflash)

Record Number Of Bee Colonies Despite Virus Deaths

More people than ever have taken up beekeeping in Austria - despite fears of virus deaths and the effects climate change. Statistics provided by the Austrian Ministry for Agriculture, Regional…

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Read more about the article Italian Senator Who Tried To Get Anti Vax Movie Screened In Parliament Dies Of COVID
The former senator of the 5 Star Movement Bartolomeo Pepe, died of Covid in December 2021 in Naples, Italy. (Newsflash)

Italian Senator Who Tried To Get Anti Vax Movie Screened In Parliament Dies Of COVID

An Italian politician who tried to get an anti-vaccination movie screened in Parliament and branded fears over COVID-19 a "ridiculous hysteria" has died from the coronavirus. Bartolomeo Pepe, 59, is…

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Read more about the article Turk Food Firm Renames Negro Biscuit To Avoid Causing Offence
Turkish food company Eti has changed the name of one of their most consumed biscuits, 'Negro', over racism concerns and named it 'Nero' on 1st December 2021. (Eti/Newsflash)

Turk Food Firm Renames Negro Biscuit To Avoid Causing Offence

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A Turkish food company has changed the name of their 30-year-old chocolate ‘Negro’ biscuit brand to ‘Nero’ to avoid being criticised as racist. The food firm Eti made the announcement…

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Read more about the article Bishop Stops Ringing Bell Of Church Perched On Cliff Edge In Case It Falls Over
The church of San Martino where the bishop of Belluno, Renato Marangoni, has decided to stop the use of the bells for the fear that the vibrations could compromise the measures to save the building.

Bishop Stops Ringing Bell Of Church Perched On Cliff Edge In Case It Falls Over

The bishop of this beautiful 18th-Century church in Italy has stopped ringing its bells over fears that that could send it toppling over the edge of the cliff. The San…

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