Perfectly preserved £230,000 art deco home goes back on the market for the first time since it was sold on the outbreak of WWII… and even comes with the original furniture

Perfectly preserved £230,000 art deco home goes back on the market for the first time since it was sold on the outbreak of WWII… and even comes with the original furniture

A unique art deco house that was sold in the year the Second World War broke out and is still brimming with original features has gone on the market for £230,000. The keys to this time capsule home called Heol Bryngwili in Cross Hands near Llanelli, in Wales, were handed to the first owners in the autumn of 1939 – and it has remained in the same family until now. Even most of the furniture is original and can come with the property, which is the most distinctive on the street, if wanted….

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‘Fewer mosquitoes now needed to create outbreak’

‘Fewer mosquitoes now needed to create outbreak’

‘Fewer mosquitoes now needed to create outbreak’ (Getty Images) When dengue became a major health problem in Singapore in the 1960s, the state went after dengue-carrying mosquitoes with characteristic zeal. Breeding areas were eliminated, outbreaks were mapped, and citizens were educated. By 1975, dengue had virtually vanished. But since the 1990s, dengue outbreaks have returned to the city-state. This year, cases could exceed 30,000, authorities estimate, which would be a record. Vaishnavi Chandrashekhar spoke to Ooi Eng Eong, deputy director of the Emerging Infectious Diseases Programme at Duke-NUS Medical School…

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‘Fewer mosquitoes now needed to create outbreak’

‘Fewer mosquitoes now needed to create outbreak’

When dengue became a major health problem in Singapore in the 1960s, the state went after dengue-carrying mosquitoes with characteristic zeal. Breeding areas were eliminated, outbreaks were mapped, and citizens were educated. By 1975, dengue had virtually vanished. But since the 1990s, dengue outbreaks have returned to the city-state. This year, cases could exceed 30,000, authorities estimate, which would be a record. Vaishnavi Chandrashekhar spoke to Ooi Eng Eong, deputy director of the Emerging Infectious Diseases Programme at Duke-NUS Medical School in Singapore, which has the biggest dengue research team…

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Dole below U.S. probe after lethal Listeria outbreak

Dole below U.S. probe after lethal Listeria outbreak

Dole food Co Inc stated on Friday the U.S. branch of Justice turned into investigating a lethal Listeria monocytogenes outbreak connected to packaged salad products from its processing plant in Springfield, Ohio. Dole, the sector’s biggest fruit and vegetable producer, stated in a declaration the organization these days contacted the agency and “we are able to be … cooperating with the DOJ to answer questions and deal with any concerns.” Listeriosis outbreak hits five eastern provinces, 6 states Listeria, a not unusual bacterium that can be either innocent or pathogenic,…

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