There’s a Neu kid in town- Tetris

THE Tetris world was rocked last week – or as rocked as the world of Tetris ever can be – when a 16-year-old from California won the game’s World Championship in Oregon. In doing so, Joseph Saelee dethroned seven-time champion Jonas Neubauer, 37, who was to puzzle-game Tetris what LeBron James is to basketball or…

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Choosing the perfect-bespoke gift even on a modest budget can be easy with Kathryn Cooper.

Choosing a gift for someone special, when you want to show how much you love them but don’t want to break the bank is never easy. Remember the dilemma of Holly Golightly and Paul Varjak in the film Breakfast at Tiffany’s.  They managed to find the perfect gift, despite their modest budget and you can…

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It is fitting and a fine example of serendipity that the founders of sustainable luxury brand Elvis & Kresse met at a superhero-themed party.

Canadian native Kresse Wesling and James ‘Elvis’ Henrit joined forces both romantically and professionally – a passionate environmental revolutionary and a modest but technically-brilliant designer – and the results have been staggering. In 2005, they had a chance encounter with London Fire Brigade and learned all damaged and decommissioned hose at the end of its…

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ENGLAND did their best schizophrenic impression this week in the UEFA Nations League – crap against Croatia but sparkling against Spain

On Friday Gareth Southgate’s side were – Exhausting. Numbing. Grim. Lame. Achingly-dull. Nothingness. Dreary. By Monday night they were Entertaining. Nifty. Gripping. Lively. Adventurous. Net-busting. Dynamic. In the 0-0 draw away in Rijeka Marcus Rashford missed two one-on-one sitters with the goalkeeper, Harry Kane was anonymous and hit the bar with a header he should…

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