Robert Paynter’s 64 Years of Service with Armagh – Armagh I

Those who visit Armagh City Center know that Robert Paynter Menswear has been a staple of the town for many, many years, as the one stop shop for the men in need of their next suit. Robert Paynter, the man behind it all, has recently been commended for his contribution to the city, with a … Read more

Salam introduces game lovers in the Kingdom an unforgettable experience at Comic Con Arabia 2022

JEDDAH — Salam, one of Saudi Arabia’s leading telecom companies, surprised esports enthusiasts at Comic Con Arabia, October 20-22 in Jeddah, with a unique gaming experience. As the official host for esports and technology during the 2022 edition of the event, Salam promised the gaming community in the Kingdom an unforgettable experience for all in … Read more

The Loop: Australian airport security chaos, musician Rex Orange County charged with sexual assault and Fat Bear Week finalists

Hi there. To be tuesday 11 october and you’re reading The Loop, a brief summary of today’s news. One thing to know: There was security chaos at some Australian airports today Two major Australian airports were plunged into chaos today after seemingly unrelated security breaches. This is what happened: First, Melbourne Airport experienced a security … Read more

Scientists sound alarm about virus that, like Covid-19, ‘sticks to people’ and is vaccine resistant

A team of US virologists has identified a covid-like virus lurking in Russian bats and they fear it is “completely resistant” to all coronavirus vaccines on the market. The pathogen is called Khosta-2 and it was determined that it “can easily attach to human cells in the same way as the Covid virus”. It is … Read more

Brits have less than a week to issue old paper notes worth £11bn

Britons have just six days to spend £11 billion ($12.4 billion) in paper notes before they cease to be legal tender. The Bank of England (BOE) announced on Friday that approximately £6bn of old £50 notes and more than £5bn of old £20 notes will no longer be recognized by UK companies from 30 September. … Read more

Why hot water bottles or heating pads can be harmful to diabetics

What could be nicer than a hot water bottle or a heating blanket, especially in winter, to keep your toes warm or just relax that stiff back after a hectic day at work? But it turns out that something so commonly used by people around the world can pose a major health risk to people … Read more

Alzheimer’s may not be primarily a brain disease. A new theory suggests it’s an autoimmune disease

Pursuing a cure for Alzheimer’s disease is becoming an increasingly competitive and controversial quest with the past few years witnessing several significant controversies. In July 2022, the journal Science reported that a key 2006 research paper published in the prestigious journal Nature, which identified a subtype of brain protein called beta-amyloid as the cause of … Read more

ED Grabs Rs 17 Crore Cash From Kolkata Based Gaming App Operator

Kolkata: The enforcement directorate said on Sept. 11 that the prime suspect in the fraud game app case, in which it seized Rs 17.32 crore, following a raid on the promoters of a Kolkata-based mobile gaming company as part of a money laundering investigation. The agency, official sources said, is looking at some “political links” … Read more

48% of gamers in Saudi Arabia are women

RIYADH — Figures released by the Saudi Ministry of Communications and Information Technology show that 48 percent of the Kingdom’s gamers are women. With 23.5 million gamers in Saudi Arabia – nearly 70 percent of the Kingdom’s population – the popularity and potential of the Kingdom’s gaming and esports sector is enormous. In addition, this … Read more

Apartment project unveiled for Brisbane Games Village

Brisbane-based developer Limitless has submitted plans for a $140 million apartment development in Hamilton Northshore, the riverside area earmarked for the 2032 Olympics in the Athletes’ Village. Limitless has proposed a 23-storey mixed tower comprising 100 apartments on Hercules Street – a key corner and pedestrian access of Hamilton Northshore, a stone’s throw from the … Read more