Pizza makers in short supply in Italy

They may be short of ways of making some dough but recession-hit Italians are reportedly reluctant to become pizza makers because of long hours and average pay. The country is short of about 6,000 ‘pizzaioili’ to deal with the nation’s insatiable hunger for a lunch-time slice, according to the Italian business federation. ‘Notwithstanding the economic … [Read the full story]

Tommy Taylor’s SRU

An election will be fought out this September and issues of importance should be discussed over the coming months. Do you consider personal and private revelations are important? Do you consider back stabbing and leadership challenges are the order of the day? Of course it would be helpful if either party could establish a leader … [Read the full story]

Tommy Taylor’s SRU

What a week for Australia. It’s not what happened here, but rather what we must learn from foreign news. The terrible execution of hostages in Algeria carried out by Muslims in support of Malians and terrorists held in western countries. The result in troops being sent into action will escalate action both in France and … [Read the full story]

Lap Dancers need a hypnotist to ‘anchor’ men

A hypnotist is helping lap dancers lure men into spending more money on their sexy shows. Entertainer Grant Saunders was called in by club boss Jason Armitage as takings slumped in the recession. Girls at Cleopatra’s Lounge in Huddersfield, northern England, hope to keep spellbound punters forking out for $16 dances. Mr Saunders, 34, said, … [Read the full story]

What is happening today?

Is it only me, or do you imagine the world has become a little strange of late.  The Middle East is in turmoil with uprisings against brutal regimes. Islamic governments are pushing the boundaries, for example in Egypt, Christian churches are attacked. Yet only days ago both Christians and Muslims were standing side by side … [Read the full story]