Author Archives: Newslanes

Storm Ali update: What are the school closures for tomorrow in Northern Ireland?

The Met Office warned of life-threatening “flying debris” during tomorrow morning’s rush hour as it issued amber and yellow weather warnings. Northern Ireland, Scotland and northern England all fall under… Read more »

Yellowstone volcano activity: Steamboat geyser eruption history – when did it last erupt?

The impressive hot spring, in the Norris Geyser Basin, can shoot boiling water 91m (300 ft) high, a feat unrivalled by any other geyser except for New Zealand’s Waimangu Geyser…. Read more »

News Show Scrubs Social Media Of Heated Discussion On White Privilege

“Daily Blast Live,” a daily live-streaming show on social media, has scrubbed its social media of a contentious discussion about political correctness and white privilege between hosts Al Jackson and Beau… Read more »

German Frankfurt School to Issue Blockchain-Based Course Certificates

The Frankfurt School of Finance & Management (FS) in Germany will now offer students the ability to prove their qualifications using blockchain technology, Cointelegraph auf Deutsch reported September 17. As… Read more »

John Lydon, 62, looks barely recognisable from Johnny Rotten Sex Pistols days at airport

John Lydon, 62, found fame in the punk rock band the Sex Pistols in 1975 and has had a career in the industry ever since. But some fans may have… Read more »

Either too much or too little weight gain during pregnancy is associated with adverse outcomes in children aged 7 years

New research published in Diabetologia (the journal of the European Association for the Study of Diabetes [EASD]) shows that if a woman gains either too much or too little weight… Read more »

Swollen ankles can be warning sign of oedema – Dr Chris recommends how to treat condition

Swollen ankles and feet are a symptom of oedema which is a condition where fluid builds up in the body. This then causes tissue to become swollen, and while this… Read more »