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How to Have a Backyard Wedding

Do you want to do something different this time around? Whether this is your first, second or somewhere in between, having a different kind of wedding can be intriguing. Usually, a traditional wedding will be held at a hall. Not only are halls boring, they are expensive as well. What does a twenty-first century wedding look like these days? Have you ever considered getting hitched at home or your parents? Many more people are taking the less traditional route when it comes to getting hitched. What could be better than holding a wedding in your own backyard. If you know someone with a big enough yard, you could have a really nice wedding without spending a ton of money. According to an article, there are many benefits to holding a backyard wedding. Take for example, that of any decoration restrictions. If you have your wedding at home, you don’t …

Portable Car DVD Player – 5 Money Saving Options

There are many portable car DVD player choices available and each has its own advantages and potential disadvantages. Every vehicle is unique, as is each driver, but the choices listed below are very accommodating and I’m certain you’ll come across one that is right for you and your vehicle.

Mobile DVD Player Case

This is probably the right choice for those on the lookout for a cheap car DVD player set up. Cases are essentially similar to a laptop case. You just place your portable player inside the case, and secure it to the car’s front seat backs for instant rear seat screening. Just fasten the top section of the case to the seat back and flip down the horizontal bottom part. The player sits on top and is secured into place. This is a reliable choice if you already have a portable player that has reasonable skip prevention technology. …

Do You Put Eggs in Your Fridge Door?

Most modern refrigerators come with plastic egg storage units which sit inside the door, but a leading women’s magazine is warning this is the wrong place to keep them at their freshest.

Keep it Cool

The report by Good Housekeeping recommends that eggs should be stored on the middle shelf of a fridge in order to prevent contamination and temperature changes. They should be stored in their original cardboard or plastic box.

The magazine’s consumer editor, Sara Benwell, claims that the door is the warmest part of a fridge and is more susceptible to fluctuations in temperature. Ideally, eggs should be stored at a consistent temperature for optimum safety, which the magazine says is the middle shelf.

The Food Standards Agency (FSA) recommends that eggs should be stored in a cool, dry place, preferably in the fridge, and they should be kept away from other foods. And the Red Lion …

Police body camera secure first conviction in Mid Wales

There has been a spread of CCTV in recent years, both in shops and on the streets, and even privately on houses and homes.

Following on from this trend, there has been a growth in cameras for motorcycles, dashcams for car drivers, and now body worn cameras – better known as body cams.

From security guards to doormen and from fireman to police, body cams are a way to record any incidents front line staff must deal with.

These body worn cameras are available to purchase from various manufacturers and retailers, such as

Some police forces have even suggested that all officers should be issued with body cams; for example, a police chief is calling for all his officers in the South West to have body cams.

Conviction in Welshpool, Wales

After recently rolling out cameras to local police and PCSOs in the area, with the aim …

FA Votes in Favour of Retrospective Bans for Diving

If you’re a football fan, you will undoubtedly have been outraged at some point by the antics of one or more members of the opposition who have decided to hurl themselves to the ground in the hope of winning a free-kick or penalty. The most infuriating of them all is when the referee falls for the act and awards a penalty or free-kick that results a decisive goal.

The problem

For many years, if not decades, diving has been regarded by football aficionados as a blight on the game; after all, it is cheating. Recently, referees have been under stricter instructions to give cards for diving, but this is only when they believe it is a blatant dive or attempt to deceive.

What can be done?

In the wake of several high-profile cases of diving in the current season, including Robert Snodgrass’s dive to earn a penalty for Hull City …