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When water first flowed from the new community pump in Eenhana this spring, some locals were slow to celebrate. Groundwater has a tainted reputation in this fast-developing, northern Namibian town. Many people in the area still rely on hand-dug wells that double up as watering holes for cattle.
At Hot Doggers café, the air's thick with the scent of today's special, steak and chips, and all around us are customers happily tucking in. The café is HQ for Project Hotdog, which provides meals, support and affordable housing for vulnerable people in Hull.
Supplementary reporting for Focus feature on floods.
Cloud retail management specialist Brightpearl surveyed more than 200 retailers and 4,000 customers in the UK and US about try before you buy. The study indicates 17.5% of retailers have already adopted some type of try-before-you-buy scheme, while a further 8% expect to follow suit at some point in 2018.
Reporting on the radicalisation of Mohammed Emwazi.
It's wild up north. From the Peaks to the Lakes, Cumbria to Northumberland, let's discover the most extraordinary adventures to be found in the region's remotest spots.
The Malecón is an eight-kilometre promenade and seawall, built in stages between 1901 and 1952 with the express purpose of protecting central Havana from the sea. Quite apart from being a worthy feat of civil engineering, the Malecón is famous for the unique role it has come to play at the heart of Havana's social life.
Travel feature on the island of Madeira, covering levada walking, lizards, laranjada and more.
The latest in a series profiling three companies at different stages of business life, looking at the influence the city in which they are based has had on their business journey so far. This month, we explore Manchester.
Different age groups use social media differently. Social media marketing experts share their tips for targeting and engaging with younger customers.
Whether you're a start-up or a blue-chip, expanding into China should seem an increasingly attractive business opportunity. The country is home to 25% of global consumer sales, and that market share is growing year-by-year (source: Deloitte ). The question is: if China is such a high-potential market, why isn't every multinational brand trying to do business there?
Nature is reclaiming our homes. According to the Royal Horticultural Society, UK houseplant sales jumped 50 per cent last year, and look set to keep growing in 2019. Part of this is undoubtedly down to interior style trends, propagated in fashion prints and over Instagram and Pinterest. We're looking at you, monstera deliciosa.
Sometime, somehow, the UK fell in love with BBQ. These days, we grill outdoors more than any other nation in Europe. Brits held over 135 million barbecues in 2017, from after-work gatherings to full-blown garden parties. Part of what's making the British barbecue craze sizzle is the improved quality of portable barbecues.
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