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Mermaids make a splash with new world record

The English south coast town of Bexhill-on-sea has been taken over by mermaids. Hundreds of mermaids and mermen came ashore at the weekend to...

Meet the stray dogs using technology to keep the streets safe

Stray dogs could soon become guardians of our streets thanks to new technology. ‘Smart vests’ developed in Thailand are aiming to help stray dogs...

Baby monkey born at Bronx Zoo (Video)

One of New York City's latest residents is young, physically fit and wildly popular. The Angolan colobus monkey born this August at the Wildlife...

Hong Kong’s distinctive neon signs are being snuffed out

The future of Hong Kong's famed neon skyline could be under threat. Changing tastes, new technology and tighter regulations mean the giant signs are...

International mariachi festival underway in Mexico

For the past 24 years, the International Mariachi Festival has been the reference for mariachis all over the world. It takes place in the...

Millenials demand organic and gluten free pet food

Describing a meal as "dog food" used to be a culinary insult but all that might be about to change. There's a growing trend...

Health professionals turn to arts to treat patients

Health professionals in Australia are increasingly turning to the arts to help people with conditions like Alzheimer's and Parkinson's. Gallery programmes, choirs and dance...

Diana’s legacy twenty years after her death

It's twenty years since the death of Princess Diana shocked the world. During her lifetime she supported a number of charities. Those who worked...

Tea made from Fireweed grows more popular in Russia

The pink blooms of the fireweed plant are a common sight across the northern hemisphere at this time of year. But in Russia, the...

Elaborate sand sculptures carved for festival

A giant shark emerges several metres from the ground. It's one of six large sculptures carved from sand as part of the 5th Sand...