Niamh Donohoe

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Adorably Awkward Animals by Liz Climo

Welcome to the wonderfully wacky world of Liz Climo where the world's animals have the most wonderful personalities you could ever imagine. We're happy to report that the artist, who we introduced you to back last December, now has a book! <i>The Little World of Liz Climo</i> is jam-packed with her …

iHeartRadio support coming to Android Wear on October 15

iHeartRadio today announced that it plans to release an Android Wear app on October 15th. The company, which recently rebranded from Clear Channel to iHeartMedia, says that the app will support all current Android Wear devices.<p>The iHeartRadio Android Wear app does more than simply show …

Mother with womb transplant says risk paid off

LONDON (AP) — For the world's first baby born to a woman with a transplanted womb — a medical first — only a victorious name would do.<p>Which is why …

Brazilian presidential vote too close to call

Brazilian president Dilma Rousseff hopes to capitalise on a slight poll lead as she hits the final straight of campaigning for Sunday’s election.<p>Described as one of the tightest campaigns in recent years, the media has played up her war with main rival Marina Silva.<p>The former environment minister …

Teenagers from aspirational families suffering 'executive stress burnout'

Psychologist Professor Tanya Byron claims teenagers from aspirational families have not got the “emotional resilience” to cope with failure<p>Modern teenagers from aspirational families are showing signs of “executive stress burnout” because they have not got the “emotional resilience” to cope with …

Violence of volcanoes is helping scientists monitor Earth’s sensitive side

The Earth seems to have been smoking a lot recently. Volcanoes are erupting in Iceland, Hawaii, Indonesia, Ecuador and Mexico, as well as the recent eruption of Japan’s Mount Ontake. Others, in the Philippines and Papua New Guinea, erupted recently but seem to have calmed down. Many of these have …

Google's search app now reminds you to pay your bills

You might not have to set reminders to pay your bills on time in the future. After a bit of testing with a limited audience, Google has updated its mobile search app to show both upcoming and past bills it finds in your Gmail. So long as a notice mentions both the due date and the amount you owe, …

Isobel Pooley knows no high jump limits after record summer

After more than 30 years of rather pedestrian toil, this will be remembered as the year that British women’s high jumping finally took flight. In Oslo in 1982 Diana Davies cleared a bar set at 1.95m and generations of athletes had been looking up to that mark ever since. Finally, after standing for …

Djokovic downs Murray in Beijing

BEIJING (Reuters) - World number one Novak Djokovic continued his love affair with the China Open on Saturday, dumping Andy Murray 6-3 6-4 to storm into his fifth final in Beijing where he has been simply unstoppable.<p>Novak Djokovic of Serbia returns a shot to Andy Murray of Britain during their …

Lewis Hamilton beaten to pole position by Mercedes team-mate Nico Rosberg at Japanese Grand Prix

Japanese Grand Prix, qualifying report – Briton's preparations hampered by crash in practice as his team-mate claims pole at Suzuka<p>With a bullet-like qualifying lap, Nico Rosberg did his best to wrest back everyone’s attention to matters on track in Suzuka after a day utterly dominated by …

Wireless Charging Is Coming To Wearables, Eventually

Before Apple unveiled its watch last month, many people were anticipating that true wireless charging was about to finally go mainstream. Instead, all we got was another smartwatch with a charging cable.<p>The Apple Watch uses a magnetic induction charger–which technically is a form of wireless …

Sad But True: Better Dads Tend to Have Less Sex

Even your sex life is subject to survival of the fittest. New research suggests more involved dads have less sex—and that's to protect the species.<p>According to research from Emory University published in the <i>Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences</i>, dads who were more involved with their kids …

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Photographer Captures 24 Sunsets in 8 Hours, Chases the Sun Around the Globe for Citizen

Photographer Simon Roberts and ex-NATO pilot Jonathan Nicol were recently given an incredible task to perform: they were asked to steal a night back …

Poignant Photo Series of Views from Within Rooms that are in Various States of Disrepair

Every window in this series has been peered into by the author and each one has its own unique tale to tell. Some of the stories are as old as two …

Review: Two weeks with Apple’s iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus

What can I say about the iPhone 6 that you don’t know or haven’t already assumed? Not much, actually. It’s running iOS 8, has a great camera, thinner design, and a handful of features that make it different from last year’s iPhone.<p>This year, Apple has bumped up the display size and released two …

China iPhone 6 reservations reportedly top 4M before pre-orders even start

Advertisement<p>6 Comments<p>Credit: Justin Sullivan/Getty Images<p>Once the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus officially launch in China on October 17, we’ll know how big …

Duke and Duchess of Cambridge issue warning over intrusion into Prince George's privacy

A warning has been issued over fears Prince George's privacy is being invaded<p>The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have taken legal action against two paparazzi photographers they have accused of carrying out “surveillance” on Prince George.<p>The couple’s solicitors have sent a final warning letter to …

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Burmese man confesses to murder of British backpackers Hannah Witheridge and David Miller

Burmese workers admit killing British backpackers in Thailand, police say<p>Two Burmese migrants have admitted killing British backpackers Hannah Witheridge and David Miller on the Thai holiday island of Koh Tao, local police have claimed.<p>The pair were detained along with another Burmese worker, who …