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27th July 2017

Deciding to relocate to another country long term will inevitable mean making lifestyle changes. Often it is these lifestyle changes that are a prime incentive in wanting to work and live in another country. One thing that will vary from country to country is food. Each culture will have its read more ...

24th July 2017

Silicon Valley is a dream work location for many in the software and technology fields. So many life-changing projects and cutting-edge businesses have been born within this area of San Francisco, and it is the most well-known technology hub in the world. Many of the big players in the technology read more ...

21st July 2017

Due to popularity in its galleries, the British Museum in London is creating technology that is ‘tailor-made’ for each visitor, in order to combat congestion, it has been revealed.  The technology will encourage visitors to see other and less well-known parts of the galleries, other than its famous read more ...

20th July 2017

Dot paintings and Indigenous art is being celebrated at a new exhibition at Sydney College of Arts, hoping to tackle stereotypes while exploring why so many artists are attracted to this method of painting.  According to Janelle Evans, curator and lecturer at Sydney University, in the eyes of the read more ...

17th July 2017

Over 24 sketches by 18th-century artist Thomas Gainsborough have been found at Windsor Castle after being unnoticed in another artist’s portfolio for more than a century.  Around 26 drawings by the illustrious painter were discovered in an album in the Royal Collection from the 19th century and read more ...

17th July 2017

The Swiss city of Geneva has a lot going for it for British expats. Its location on the southern tip of Lake Geneva, nestled within the Alps and the Jura mountains, offers breath-taking, picturesque views and encourages a healthy, outdoor lifestyle. It is also a global hub for finance and read more ...

14th July 2017

A newly rediscovered painting believed to be of the Bronte sisters could make £40,000 at an auction, after it was previously removed from sale.  According to the BBC, the piece was attributed to Queen Victoria’s favourite artist Sir Edwin Landseer and is being sold by JP Humbert from Whittlebury, read more ...

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