‘The forest is now terribly silent’: land set aside for threatened species entirely burnt out

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I heard the first cuckoo on Wednesday evening. I was outside the back door splitting logs when the song floated down from the copse...

Revealed: FA had geese killed at national centre ‘to protect its pitches’

About 60 greylag geese were shot and killed at the national training centre for England football teams from 2018 to 2019 to "preserve safety"...

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‘Change thinking, save lives’: can Rio’s nudge unit halt coronavirus?

Brazil has been the Latin American country hardest-hit so far by the coronavirus pandemic, with many fearing that deaths from Covid-19 are rocketing well beyond the 2,588 officially recorded so far. The situation is particularly dire for the millions of Brazilians...

England’s first wild beavers for 400 years allowed to live on River Otter

The first beavers to live wild in England for centuries are to be allowed to remain in their new home on the River Otter in east Devon after a five-year reintroduction trial. The government gave permission on Thursday for the reestablished colony...

Changes to Commodities and Indices Trading on July 3rd

Dear clients,Please note that due to Independence Day celebrated in the USA on 4 July 2020 you may experience the following changes in trading hours on July 3rd:Commodity Spot Prices: Gold and Silver trading ends at 20:00 GMT 3; UK Brent, US Crude,...

Revealed: raw sewage poured into Olympic Park wildlife haven

Raw sewage was discharged for more than 1,000 hours from a Thames Water overflow pipe into an environmental wetland at the Olympic Park last year, the Guardian can reveal. The combined sewer overflow (CSO) at Mulberry Court pumped untreated waste 91 times...

InstaForex holds title of best broker in Asia for over 10 y.

We are pleased to share welcome news with you! A new prestigious award has been added to our wall of honor. InstaForex has been acknowledged to be the Most Active Broker in Asia in 2020 by AtoZ Markets Forex Awards! We...

Temporary Unavailability of Palladium

Dear Clients,We would like to inform you that due to applying some changes, Palladium trading is not currently available.The modified Palladium will be available again on 27th of April 2020.Please don't hesitate to contact us if you have any questions!Best Regards,Fxglory...

Only two-thirds of UK bathing waters rated excellent in EU survey

Swimmers itching to take advantage of the easing of lockdown to have their first sea bathes or wild swims of the summer should pick their spot wisely: only two-thirds of the UK's bathing waters are of excellent quality, according to the...

Dramatic footage fuels fears Amazon fires could be worse than last year

Dramatic new images have shown fires raging over wide areas of the Brazilian Amazon nearly a year after blazes across the region sparked an international crisis for the far-right government of President Jair Bolsonaro. The video images and photographs were filmed during...

Rare Andean bears flock to cloud forest to feast on wild avocados

Deep in the Maquipucuna cloud forest, two hours drive from Ecuador's capital, Quito, rare Andean bears come together for a few weeks each year to feast...

It’s time for golf clubs to open their gates | Letters

We are being urged to do what we can to help the NHS during the coronavirus crisis by exercising once a day, close to home, and...

UK urged to tie green recovery from Covid-19 crisis to Cop26 summit

The UK government must urgently set out clear plans on a green recovery from the coronavirus crisis if the delayed UN climate summit is to be...

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A stranded dolphin has been saved after a five-hour rescue operation in Cornwall.The mammal was stuck in shallow water at Mawgan Creek in the Helford estuary, near Helston, an area well known for being a...

Country diary: crickets in the bushes, staring eyes in the water

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Trading Schedule Changes due to Memorial Day

On May 25, American people celebrate Memorial Day to honor the men and women who died during the American Civil War. It is a...

Happy Womens Day for the beautiful part of the humanity!

Dear ladies - colleagues, partners, and clients! The beautiful spring holiday on March 8 is a nice occasion for all men to admire and...

Hong Kong security law plans send stocks plunging

Reports that China is planning to implement new security laws for Hong Kong in response to massive pro-democracy protests that have gripped the city...

Farmers’ union ‘optimistic’ UK workers will rescue the harvest

The leader of the UK's biggest farming organisation says she is optimistic that British workers will come forward to rescue the harvest and keep...

People want a greener, happier world now. But our politicians have other ideas | George Monbiot

Out there somewhere, marked on no map but tantalisingly near, is a promised land called Normal, to which one day we can return. This...