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Getting fed up with food: tattoos, booze and poos by Sara Witham

We had an epiphany in our house over the Christmas holidays that involved the four year old actually eating something healthy.

Magic and madness: Polar opposites when it comes to science

“Magnets, how do they work?” goes the oft ridiculed line in the song Miracles by 2000’s face painted hip hop group...

Booze: Do the Government actually want us to cut down our consumption?

Government tax income relies on public exceeding suggested alcohol intake targets So that was January, a month of...

Encyclopedia Ocelotica: The dark side of the moon – “every bit as erotic as...

The dark side of the moon, a place synonymous with lunacy and mystery, will soon be giving up more of its...

A history of game – pheasants are not unlike members of the aristocracy

Drive down any country road during the summer months and you will almost certainly have to hammer on the brakes at...

The Beer Monkey Column – “my top beer tips for the discerning drinker in...

The Beer Monkey Column from The Ocelot’s tame beer industry insider... The world of brewing moves at a furious...

Are we engaging with social movements, or fads?

Do you ever feel like you should be doing something right now? Something active with ‘significant’ meaning? Now...

A history of hamburgers – “like normal history but meatier”

The rise of the hamburger is not only a story of mass production, portability and convenience - it is also inextricably linked to attitude. A...

We need to talk about the Earth (because some people think it’s flat)!

Encyclopedia Ocelotica: Flat Earth Some people say that The Earth is a globe - which is pretty amazing if you stop and think about it.  But...

Why should you use stickers for business marketing?

Stickers are an underrated marketing campaign. Most companies just assume that it will damage their brand name since its cheap and common. Compared to...
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