Royal Caribbean’s Symphony of the Seas in pictures: Largest cruise ship in the world | Cruise | Travel

Royal Caribbean have welcomed the Symphony of the Seas cruise ship to their fleet just days before it’s maiden voyage. It is the largest cruise ship in the world, over 238 feet tall and 1,118 feet long – just 20 metres shorter than the Empire State Building. Holding up to 5,518 guests onboard at one time, 118 more than their Oasis of the Seas ship, it has an abundace of record-breaking amenities on the ship. The first guests are to set sail on March 21 for a one time only…

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Cancer symptoms and signs: Two-year-old’s constant tiredness turned out to be brain tumour | Health | Life & Style

Bodie McNulty, who is now two years old, was diagnosed with a brain tumour at the age of 10 months, just a few days after Christmas 2016. Mum Laura Thornton, 22, had taken Bodie six times to their local A&E department and to see GP within a four week period leading up to the diagnosis. Bodie started with symptoms of sickness and constant tiredness which rapidly progressed into her losing the ability to crawl, sit up or even support her own head. Lauren explained what happened leading up to her…

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Secrets of Stonehenge: Properties around one of the world’s most mysterious monuments | Property | Life & Style

NC The Coach House has a rugged attraction while the rooms are finished with a contemporary touch Sitting in the inevitable A303 traffic jam playing I-Spy is one of life’s major frustrations. So it’s no wonder that locals are excited by the continued push for an A303 traffic solution. It was back in December 2014 that the Government announced it would invest in a tunnel to replace the A303 and there are more public consultations this month to discuss plans for a 1.9-mile tunnel passing Stonehenge, a free-flowing dual carriageway…

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Easter National Price Hike: How much are prescription, water and TV licence bills now? | Personal Finance | Finance

National Price Hike Day falls on Easter Sunday this year – meaning as well as stuffing your face with chocolate eggs you’ll also be hit with a raft of inflation busting price hikes. Each household will have to find over an extra £100 over the next 12 months to cover the increased costs, a total of over £2 billion across the UK according to research from money.co.uk. Hannah Maundrell, Editor in Chief money.co.uk said: “As you tuck into your Easter eggs this year, a raft of everyday things will cost…

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Anthony Joshua Uncovered: Why Deontay Wilder should be SCARED after Joseph Parker win | Boxing | Sport

Reuters/Getty Anthony Joshua has the world at his feet after beating Deontay Wilder A few hours after Deontay Wilder had horrifically claimed that once he transforms into the masked Bronze Bomber, he would happily kill an opponent in the ring. The American said so without remorse despite the astonishment of the TMZ presenters who were interviewing him. Joshua meanwhile spent the evening preaching unity and acceptance, of both Wilder and each other, although he couldn’t resist bigging himself up just a little. “F*** the humility,” he said at one point while claiming…

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Endangered orangutans rescued from wooden cells in Borneo | Nature | News

One of the adorable youngsters offers his hand in greeting to a rescuer in poignant scenes filmed during the operation mounted by British-based charity, International Animal Rescue. The orangutans’ salvation comes at a time of increasing brutality being aimed at the fast-disappearing great apes. There was global outrage after two of the critically endangered primates were slaughtered in Borneo in recent weeks, the deaths coming in the wake of a major academic study warning how more than 100,000 of the island’s orangutans vanished between 1999 and 2015. IAR’s chief executive…

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