Busted Christmas string lights can darken your holidays. Here's how to make simple repairs to burned-out bulbs, fuses, and other common problems.
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Scientists reviewed 20 years' worth of literature relating to brain imaging studies of suicidal thoughts and behaviour. According to the study published in Molecular Psychiatry, they identified two brain networks - and the connections between them - that appear to play an important role. One involves
Americans looking for a short-term job or a side gig are in luck. The US government is about to hire about 500,000 workers for the decennial Census.
Many rural workers will identify with the expectation that they travel both ways in a day to attend a meeting in the city. As for employees of the city office, they need a night’s accommodation and a little narcissistic praise for their intrepid travel to the country.
A highly decorated police officer who had a child abuse video on her phone has avoided a jail term. Novlett Robyn Williams, who was commended for her work after the Grenfell disaster, was told her long career was all but over after being sentenced to 200 hours of community service for possession of
A Korean pop star who used to sing for the K-Pop group Kara has been found dead at her home in Seoul. Goo Hara was discovered by a friend in the Gangnam region of Korea's capital, according to the Yonhap news agency. Hara made her debut in 2008 when she joined the group Kara, which had a big following
The company that bought the Thomas Cook UK store estate following the tour operator's collapse is to create 1,500 new positions. Hays Travel, which paid liquidators £6m to acquire the 555 rented premises, said it had opened 450 of the sites since the deal was announced last month. The company said
Royal Dutch Shell's gender pay gap in Britain edged higher in 2019 following the acquisition of a utility company, with women earning on average 18.7% less than men. This year's figure, which compares to 18.6% in 2018, comes after Shell UK incorporated around 1,000 employees from First Utility
As workplaces become more flexible about leaves and sabbaticals, managing the return to the office is becoming a business in its own right.
Ireland's workforce grew by 2.4% in the third quarter from a year earlier, pushing the unemployment rate down to a 12-year low of 4.9%, data showed on Tuesday. Employment growth is a key measure of the health of the economy in a country where the movement of large multinational assets tends to skew
Uber Works, which is being trialled in Chicago, enables casual workers such as cleaners, bar staff, and warehouse workers to find work.
Today marks Equal Pay Day - when women are said to effectively start to work for free for the rest of the year because of the gender pay gap.