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<< Tuesday 22 August 2017 >

Security at the Southwell Racecourse near Nottinghamshire, England, found more than what they’ve bargained for when an ambitious race-goer tried to smuggle a bottle of vodka into the event inside a massive sandwich.

 

The African elephant is on the brink of disappearing- the latest wildlife census information puts the number of African elephants living in the wild at around 400,000. For many this fact seems far removed from their daily lives, but for those living in Africa, the reality is unimaginable.

 
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Drinking three cups of coffee a day could add years to your life, but let’s not forget that only one in 400 disposable coffee cups in the UK is recycled, and there’s also evidence that decaf coffee could be destroying the ozone layer.

 

While many can’t wait for winter to be over, there are those of us who are already dreading the spring bloom and the ensuing wave of hay fever it entails.

 

We all know that unless you’re some kind of tequila connoisseur (if you are, cool. Let’s be friends), shots of tequila are simply the go-to way to ramp a night out up a few notches.

 

Dust off your dancing shoes and get ready for Anthonij Rupert Estate’s annual winelands celebration – the Protea Party – being held on Saturday, 28 October.

 

Top image caption: Bernhard Schäfer, Germany spirits expert.

The Michelangelo International Wine and Spirit Awards provides one of most comprehensive platforms for judging South African brandies.

 

Bartender Martin Cate reveals eight fun facts about the past, present and future of tiki culture

 

Space initiative dubbed Breakthrough Starshot sent the smallest spacecraft yet into orbit around Earth.

 

Celebrating 50 years of illustrious Mayfair dining establishment Le Gavroche, legendary British chef Michel Roux Jr took residence in the archways of Maltby Street Market this weekend, in a one-off co

 

Channel your inner fluorescent adolescent & join us as we kick it back. Revel in the neon city nostalgia. Go on a time hop & take a trip to San Junipero. The Women of Aleitheia of the Ateneo L

 

Amarula and Wildlife Direct take a firm stand against African elephant killings for ivory trade

 

Fizzy tea? SodaStream paintball? Some brave souls tried out these ultra-creative carbonated concoctions so that we didn't have to.

 

Aldi is launching a gourmet food range with copycat versions of San Pellegrino and Buffalo Mozzarella in a bid to woo customers from Waitrose. Goods will be half the price of competitors, according to

 

Alcoholic drinks maker Jägermeister has been sued for trademark infringement by an outdoor wear company over an advert featuring the word “Kühl”.

 

Martini bars are a thing. So are margarita bars. Now, in what may be an international milestone, San Francisco has its first mule bar: the Rusted Mule. For theme bar-saturated San Fra

 

Laiiiiid back.

 

Grey Goose and The Weeknd announce a first-of-its-kind partnership

 

 

Study has found couples who disagree over household brands could sour a relationship even more than those from a different background.

 

The lifelong Watts resident dedicates his new project to the streets that raised him.

 

Celebrating 50 years of illustrious Mayfair dining establishment Le Gavroche, legendary British chef Michel Roux Jr took residence in the archways of Maltby Street Market this weekend, in a one-off co

 

Jerry Della Femina's wiseguy rep made it hard for the ad industry to take him seriously, he tells Rance Crain. "I think about that all the time."

 

Bond investor Jeffrey Gundlach has filed suit against Soutirage for $1 million, accusing the retailer of knowingly selling fake wines

 

Things may be relatively quiet in the vineyards right now, but there's certainly no lack of activity on the Cape's wine routes.

 

Delaire is on the Helshoogte Pass, and one of the most glorious places in the Winelands.