June 7, 2019

Finance guru Martin Lewis advises first time buyers to open Help to Buy ISA – with just £1

He is urging anyone hoping to get on property ladder to take advantage of plan before it closes in November
June 7, 2019

The Handmaid’s Tale returns with more questions than answers. Thoughts?

Commander Lawrence spoke for many of us when he asked June what the hell she was thinking in not escaping Gilead. Warning: mild spoilers.
June 7, 2019

Best weight loss: One woman used this diet plan to shed 8st – what did she eat?

SLIMMERS can try various diets in a bid to shape up and looking to those who have lost weight can be a great way to get inspiration. One woman used Reddit to share how she lost a staggering 8st. This is what she ate.
June 7, 2019

Smart meter delays could mean higher bills for millions

Four million homes on prepay gas and electricity meters could see higher bills due to delays in the rollout of smart meters, says the competition watchdog.
June 7, 2019

Radical shake-up of overdraft charges will restrict fees

A regulator has confirmed a series of reforms to overdrafts that it says will ban fixed fees and simplify rates paid by consumers.
June 7, 2019

Worlds apart but speaking the same language

Ryuichi Fujimura and Lucky Lartey fuse the international language of dance with their individual cultural backgrounds.
June 7, 2019

Netflix to adapt bestselling Aussie children’s book Thelma the Unicorn

Author Aaron Blabey says the past few months had been a "lot to absorb". 
June 7, 2019

The enduring appeal of the Bible in all its manifestations

The Bible can cost a single dollar or many millions. It can be a work of art or a self-help publication. Two books examine its multifaceted story.
June 7, 2019

Ali Smith’s Spring welcomes the energy of a new generation

In Spring, Ali Smith combines a plot that captures the reader's attention with fizzing writing.
June 7, 2019

The lessons to learn today from a hippopotamus in the 19th century

If we are to understand animals’ lives in any meaningful way, we must learn to understand animals as more than mere things whose chief interest lies in what they represent or tell us about ourselves.
June 7, 2019

Chris Womersley: Australia, but not as you know it

The writer's first collection of short stories is shaded with the macabre, and a good dose of absurdist humour.
June 7, 2019

Bookmarks: Keneally with a song in his heart

Tom Keneally gets another award for Schindler and the rest.