Builder causes £425,000 of damage using a digger ‘because developer owed him £4.2m’ 

Builder causes £425,000 of damage by tearing down German apartments’ balconies with a digger ‘because developer owed him £4.2million’ Family recorded the man from a building opposite in Blumberg, south Germany The destructive outburst happened at around 7.30pm on Wednesday evening  Man driving the digger first fled the scene in his car but later handed … Read more

Builder causes £425,000 of damage using a digger ‘because developer owed him £4.2m’ 

Builder causes £425,000 of damage by tearing down German apartments’ balconies with a digger ‘because developer owed him £4.2million’ Family recorded the man from a building opposite in Blumberg, south Germany The destructive outburst happened at around 7.30pm on Wednesday evening  Man driving the digger first fled the scene in his car but later handed … Read more

Want to stay in power? Give it away: The triumph of the ‘Constellation’ approach to leadership

Want to stay in power? Give it away: Matthew Barzun explores the triumph of the ‘Constellation’ approach to leadership over the hierarchical ‘Pyramid’ mindset The Power of Giving Away Power tells the different approaches to leadership Author draws from his experience on Obama’s 2008 presidential campaign The ‘Pyramid mindset’ is hierarchical while the ‘Constellation mindset’ is freer  … Read more

Tokyo Olympics: Ireland win FIRST-EVER Olympic rowing gold ever in lightweight double sculls race

Ireland win their FIRST-EVER Olympic rowing gold as Paul O’Donovan and Fintan McCarthy edge out Germany at Sea Forest Waterway in Tokyo to win lightweight double sculls race By Kishan Vaghela For Mailonline Published: 21:27 EDT, 28 July 2021 | Updated: 00:20 EDT, 29 July 2021 Fintan McCarthy and Paul O’Donovan earned Ireland’s first gold … Read more

Birds: Clever cockatoos can learn to lift BIN LIDS to gather food by copying others 

Australia’s sulphur-crested cockatoos have begun lift wheelie bin lids in order to scavenge for food — and they appear to be learning the trick by copying each other. Based on surveys of where people have seen the birds exhibiting this skill across the suburbs of Sydney, researchers have concluded that the ability is spreading. When the … Read more

Photo of a supermassive black hole confirms that ‘little’ black holes act the same as the big ones 

Sensational radio images of jets pouring from a supermassive black hole have helped astronomers confirm ‘little’ black holes act the same way as the largest ones.  The Event Horizon Telescope, a global network of radio telescopes, captured details of the giant black hole at the heart of the nearby radio galaxy Centaurus A. The same … Read more

Germany’s Olympic football team walks off the pitch over ‘racial abuse’

Germany’s Olympic football team walks off the pitch over ‘racial abuse’ from Honduras player in warm-up tie ahead of Tokyo 2020 The German players left the field together with five minutes remaining in game  Jordan Torunarigha was ‘racially insulted,’ German soccer federation claimed Torunarigha’s club Hertha Berlin responded saying it was the correct decision  By … Read more

Nazi bunker made out of wood, bullets discovered buried underground in Poland 

A World War II-era bunker built by Nazi Germany made out of wood has been discovered buried underground in Lublin, Poland. The discovery was made below the former Group of Clothing and Fabric Schools by construction workers working on new housing near 10 Spokojna Street, according to Polish News.     The near 80-year-old discovery contains a … Read more

England hero Jack Grealish posts now-deleted snap of him appearing to enjoy a drink on holiday

Jack Grealish relaxes after Euro 2020 heroics with England by posting now-deleted snap of him appearing to enjoy a drink on holiday… just over 24 hours after the Three Lions lost Wembley final to Italy on penalties  Jack Grealish posted a picture of him enjoying his holiday after Euro 2020  The popular midfielder deleted a … Read more