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2 months ago 1760, By : Harris
“Numbers, dates, in fact mathematics of any kind, have little or no relevance in our traditional Aboriginal society. Nature was their social calendar, everything was measured by events and incidents affected by seasonal changes. For example, summer is pink-eye”
― Doris Pilkington
We stand in awe of a nation so majestic, so courageous, so beautiful.
When 75,000 years ago Australia's native people left...
6 months ago 18416
He was homeless and only had a few coins in his pocket – so few that he can’t buy decent food with his cash – but when 44-year-old homeless Thailand resident Woralop found a designer wallet filled with some credit cards and 20,000 baht ($580) at a subway station, he didn’t even pick a single bill and felt tempted to keep the money!
The cash inside that wallet could have kept him well fed for weeks yet Woralop was...
9 months ago 7074, By : Daniel Clark
Father’s Day is a day to show the how much you love, care and appreciate your father. Sons, girls, and grandkids shower fathers and granddads with special dinners, carefully assembled cards and other special gifts. Regardless of the fact that your father is the sort of person that puts affectation of not thinking about the occasion and says "Save your cash, don't get me a present", you know for sure that he truly would...
1 year ago 12975
It was a sunny summer day when Angela Shymanski was driving back home from the Canadian town of Prince George with her children Lexi and Peter.
The swimming instructor is exhausted: her energetic 5-year-old and newborn baby require all the energy she has. For just a second, the mother of two dozes off. But this one second produces truly terrible consequences.
Out of control, the car careens off the road, diving off a 12 meter...
1 year ago 21387, By : Nitesh Raikwar
If you're a parent you really need to watch this video; because this could be your child as well.
The video shows a toy car operator in a shopping mall forcibly kissing a boy who was left to play with him.
While the identity of the kid, the abuser or the location are not clear, this video is a clear warning to all guardians that noone should be trusted with the safety and well being of your...
2 years ago 12608, By : Emerald Pellot
If you’ve ever been short of change at the register, you’re going to relate to this next video.
Whether you were a buck short or you thought you had a few more dollars on that debit card, it can feel embarrassing and desperate when you realize at the last minute you can’t afford a meal.
A little girl and her brother went out to get some ice cream. Unfortunately, they didn’t have enough money.
No, the kids...
2 years ago 7283
Ramadan is the time for giving and gratitude but spending tends to be on the rise during the fasting month of Ramadan.
More money was spend by the customers who tend to focus more on shopping and eating during Ramadan, which should be a time for praying and worshipping.
It is the time when people buy consumer goods, household and make more attractive their homes to host lavish family get-togethers and Iftar gatherings.
2 years ago 7709, By : Neel Shah
I am an expatriate from the UK and have been in Qatar for almost 4 months now. I can count on one hand, the number of Qatari nationals I have interacted with since I’ve been here and this has led me to want to know more about my host nation and especially people of my generation who will always call this country home.
I want to kickstart this series with an interview of sorts with Mr N. Mr...
2 years ago 7445
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3 years ago 8126
Undiagnosed lifestyle diseases were found commonly among young people visiting special booths set up at shopping malls by ‘Kulluna’ the national safety campaign, says a senior health expert.
Life style diseases such as obesity, diabetes and high blood pressure which are risk factors for cardiovascular diseases were mostly diagnosed among visitors at Kulluna for Health and Safety initiative’s health awareness campaign,...
3 years ago 17066
A prominent Qatari psychologist, while lauding a campaign launched recently by local youth urging expatriates to dress modestly in public, says she is worried the drive may end up getting religious overtones.
Dr Moza Al Malki said some people, in television interviews on the issue, had hinted that they looked at the modesty push as the harbinger of a religious police being set up here on the lines of that in a neighbouring...