Melbourne outperformed 139 cities to top the Economist Intelligence Unit’s Global Liveability Survey and achieved a perfect score in healthcare, education, sport and infrastructure.
Diners are a uniquely American-style restaurant with a distinctive look and menu that can be found virtually everywhere across the U.S. Often built to resemble a railroad dining car, clad […]
Homeless and struggling families that are usually just thankful for free staples such as milk, bread and potatoes are receiving a donated leftover smorgasbord of gourmet treats — including pricey […]
An 84-year-old Washington state woman will soon hold her 1953 university class ring, lost six decades ago, after it was found in a dried-up West Texas lake.
Would you like some kitten with your coffee? Feline company is exactly what one of London’s newest cafes is offering — and stressed-out city-dwellers are lapping it up. “People do […]
It’s Fat Tuesday, and also National Pancake Day!
The actors Penelope Keith and Angela Lansbury are both to become dames in a New Year honours list that, for the first time since the Order of the British Empire […]
People who regularly eat nuts appear to live longer, according to the largest study of its kind. The findings, published in the New England Journal of Medicine, suggested the greatest […]
Sweden is best country in the world in which to grow old, a new survey reveals today, closely followed by Norway and Germany, with Britain trailing behind in 13th place.
Holidaymakers in need of some post-summer cheer should consider a break in Scandinavia, a report has suggested, with Denmark, Norway, Sweden and Finland all among the world’s ten happiest countries.