How to keep calm by the superguru the A-list love

En route to Surrey’s Virginia Water, on my private pilgrimage to see one of the world’s most famous gurus, kitemarked and certified by notables including designer Donna Karan, and singers Moby, Stevie Wonder and Ozzy Osbourne, I make notes. What do I want my hour with the most watched mystic, yogi and visionary in the … Read more

The five types of parenting – as expert reveals the best and worst ways to bring up your kids

When it comes to raising a child, it can be a challenge for parents to figure out just what is today’s ‘gold standard’.  Those on the hunt for information are likely to be met with all manner of parenting styles from helicopter and lawnmower to authoritative and free range. To make things easier, Australian parenting expert … Read more

Lonely Planet reveals the best spots to see 300 of the world’s most amazing creatures

A fascinating new photo book reveals the ultimate places for spotting your favourite animals. The A To Z of Watching Wildlife, published by Lonely Planet, was written by acclaimed British biologists Amy-Jane Beer and Mark Carwardine and in total, 300 ‘exciting and unusual creatures’ are featured.  The experts provide details around each critter and reveal some … Read more

Melbourne cafe has launched a Hills Hoist bacon creation

Café creates a ‘Hills Hoist’ made with BACON pegged on a ‘line’ – complete with dripping maple syrup and chunky cornbread chips A Melbourne eatery is offering a unique way to enjoy bacon and cornbread The offering features bacon that’s been ‘pegged’ between to wooden polesThis is then blasted with a mini blow torch and served … Read more

Couple who put ‘wrong’ name on child benefit form win state pension credits

A London couple have successfully used a loophole in child benefit rules to win state pension credits worth tens of thousands of pounds – a victory that could help many other parents. Christina Fang and Pierre-Jean Noziere made a common error by putting the ‘wrong’ partner’s name down on their child benefit form. But the … Read more

How ex-Saracens players’ investment in a microbrewery gave new purpose after rugby

It’s a dilemma many professional sportsmen and women face after retirement – especially forced retirement – what to do next to earn a crust.   In spite of fierce competition in the industry, two former Saracens rugby players Alistair Hargreaves, 32 and Chris Wyles, 35, created a microbrewery business after identifying a gap in the market … Read more

Priceline has launched an incredible 50 per cent off sale on haircare products

Priceline to shave 50 PER CENT off best-selling haircare products in massive three-day flash sale One of Australia’s largest pharmacies is hosting a half price sale on haircareBrands like John Frieda, Marc Anthony, Hask and Herbal Essences are reducedThe sale starts Tuesday April 9 and ends on Thursday April 11 or while stocks last By … Read more