Smartphone users more likely to grind their teeth or have poor sleep

People who can’t handle any time without social media apps on their smartphone are more likely to grind their teeth and struggle to fall asleep, according to a new study. Researchers at Tel Aviv University compared the behaviour of people using normal smartphones to those with kosher phones which are stripped of most apps. Kosher … Read more

Reynold Poernomo appears unimpressed with the daily grind at KOI Dessert Bar

MasterChef star Reynold Poernomo looks glum as he returns to the daily grind at his KOI Dessert Bar – after admitting the eatery is ‘struggling’ By Jessamy Tredinnick For Daily Mail Australia Published: 09:16 BST, 25 July 2020 | Updated: 09:28 BST, 25 July 2020 He placed third in MasterChef Australia: Back To Win.  On … Read more

Allied troops grind down Nazi war machine in colourised photos

The final year of fighting during the Second World War as Allied troops liberated Europe and ground down the Nazi war machine has been documented in newly-colourised photos. The images chart the advance of Russian, British and American forces from both east and west as they pushed Hitler’s forces back with help from resistance groups … Read more

Back to the grind! 11 yards from place Thomas Hardy wrote Return of the Native back in action

Back to the grind! 11th century water-mill just yards from place Thomas Hardy wrote Return of the Native whirs to life again to help meet demand for flour during lockdown Sturminster Newton Mill in Dorset was first mentioned in the Domesday Book, which was written in 1086  Wessex author Hardy lived yards from the mill … Read more

Britain’s supply chain of food and medicine could grind to a halt

Britain’s vital supply chain could grind to a halt as nearly half of the country’s lorries have been taken off the road since the coronavirus crisis began, an industry body has warned.  The lorries are transporting essential goods such as food and medicine up and down Britain as the country continues to battle the pandemic. … Read more

UK airports ‘may grind to a halt’ without government support due to coronavirus, airport bosses say

The chief executives and chairs of Heathrow, Gatwick and Manchester airports and the Airport Operators Association (AOA) have warned that the coronavirus crisis may result in airports grinding to a halt within weeks without government support. In a letter to the Prime Minister, the directors say that ‘traffic has fallen dramatically and is going down … Read more