Simple animals may live in Martian brines: Wikinews interviews Vlada Stamenkovi?

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Vestas occupation continues; left-wing political parties voice support

Thursday, July 23, 2009 Morale is “fine” inside the Vestas plant in Newport, Isle of Wight, England, as an industrial occupation of the wind turbine factory finished entered its fourth night, says one of the occupiers. “Mark,” who prefers not to give his last name for fear of management reprisals, spoke to Wikinews and gave …

Food critic Egon Ronay dies at 94

Sunday, June 13, 2010 Hungarian food critic Egon Ronay, who was associated to British eateries, died on Saturday morning. He was known for publishing guidebooks, popularizing the concept of restaurant reviews. Ronay was born in Budapest, Hungary in 1915, but he left the country due to World War II. He departed and has lived in …

Edmund White on writing, incest, life and Larry Kramer

Thursday, November 8, 2007 What you are about to read is an American life as lived by renowned author Edmund White. His life has been a crossroads, the fulcrum of high-brow Classicism and low-brow Brett Easton Ellisism. It is not for the faint. He has been the toast of the literary elite in New York, …

Doctor robbed, car-jacked and locked in boot while car set alight

Monday, March 19, 2007 A 34 year old obstetrician from Forestville on Sydney’s Northern Beaches has escaped after he was robbed, car-jacked and locked in the boot (trunk) of his BMW, which was set alight. Police say the doctor was locked in the boot while his car was set alight, but was allowed to escape …

Vancouver storm pollutes water; 2 million waterless

Friday, November 17, 2006 Severe rainfall on the 16th of November has led to a water quality warning affecting more than two million people living in the Greater Vancouver metropolitan region. Wednesday’s storm triggered severe landslides in the region’s three water reservoirs, creating sediment levels up to ninety times higher than permitted under federal health …