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59 min ago | Tivyside Advertiser
Welsh artists Ruth Goodger, Tirion Haf Rees, Martin Robert Reed and Michele Laugharne Perrott will exhibit their artwork in a group show at the Powerhouse in Llandysul until August 30. These Final year BA Fine Art students at Trinity St Davids, Coleg Sir Gar, have put together a selection of their contemporary paintings and photographs in a show ... (more)
5 hrs ago | Tivyside Advertiser
The Abbey Shakespeare Players return to St Dogmaels for their 28th annual production with The Merchant of Venice from August 6 to 9. This is one of Shakespeare's best-known plays, combining romantic comedy, court-room thriller and clash of cultures.
9 hrs ago | IcNorthWales
A woman in her 70s was arrested on suspicion of drink driving after a vehicle drove through a wall and into the lounge bar where customers were listening to music Dragons left frustrated in bid to sign the Bulgarian under-21 international goalkeeper due to Welsh FA regulations on loan deals Retired secretary Janet Evans died in April after falling ... (more)
13 hrs ago | Tivyside Advertiser
FUW Ceredigion county executive officer Caryl Wyn-Jones, Ceredigion AM Elin Jones, FUW farm tourism and diversification committee delegate Ionwen Lewis, FUW Ceredigion county chairman Aled Rees, economy, science and transport minister Edwina Hart and agri The Farmers' Union of Wales Ceredigion branch presented the union's ApAal FUW Somerset cheque ... (more)
You may think a fist bump is strictly for bromances, but it just may be the new greeting of choice for germaphobes everywhere.
Barack Obama bumps fists with his wife, Michelle, before a speech in St. Paul, Minn., on June 3, 2008.
Ditching handshakes in favour of more informal fist bumps could help cut down on the spread of bacteria and illnesses, according to a study released on Monday.
Fun medical news emerged on Monday that fist bumps are much healthier than germ-spreading handshakes.
In their experiments, the scientists found that clasping hands transferred about 10 times more germs from one person to the other than what is known as a fist bump.
Fist bumps are officially the most hygienic way of saying hello, but where did this greeting originate? Simon Usborne knuckles down Note: We do not store your email address but your IP address will be logged to prevent abuse of this feature.
Handshakes may be the most traditional way to say hello, but they are also one of the easiest ways to pass bacteria.
A WISE former councillor once gave me an interesting piece of advice when visiting a local fete: never get given the job of judging a competition in your constituency.
Researchers at Aberystwyth University analysed which hand greetings passed on the most germs.
Adding insult to injury - that's the opinion of fed-up residents in Gloster Row, Cardigan, after resurfacing of a nearby car park left a mess.
Updated: Thu Jul 31, 2014 10:15 pm
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