Every year on 14th February we celebrate the powerful force and feeling that is, love. We show our loved ones how much we care about them through thoughtfully written cards, gifts, bouquets of flowers and more. In past years it was often thought of as a day only for those with romantic partners. However, as… Read More The history of Valentine’s Day: a celebration of love, or is it?
Written by Chris Riley In 1127, seven years after loosing his only legitimate son in ‘The White Ship Disaster’, King Henry I of England and Normandy had his nobles swear to recognise his only remaining legitimate child as his heir. Matilda, who had spent her youth as Holy Roman Empress, learning how to rule and… Read More Matilda: Lady of the English
Rundown and heritage? My name is Amber Kaur Sunner and I’m an editor, journalist and student from the UK. My middle name, Kaur, represents my religion of Sikhism. It translates to lioness – which is what my religion and people are – lions and lionesses. My heritage lies in Punjab, India and I am the… Read More Amber Sunner on the farmer protests in India
Easter Island. Its name automatically makes you wonder. Why is it called Easter Island? Where is it? Do people live on the island? Not only is the name intriguing but the island was also found to be scattered with huge statues, adding to the awe and fascination. In this article I will be exploring the… Read More The fascinating, mythical and remote Easter Island