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Show Me the Honey: amateur beekeepers to compete in BBC show

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It has made The Great British Sewing Bee and spelling bee series Hard Spell but now the BBC is focusing on actual bees – by launching the UK’s first competitive beekeeping TV show. Show Me the Honey! features five ch...

New Zealand and Australia prepare to do battle (again) over treasured and lucrative Mānuka honey

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Long before the name Mānuka became synonymous with a booming honey industry, celebrity endorsements and protracted global disputes, it was known in Māori legend. After Tāne Mahuta, the god of forests, separated his pa...

Beat the heat! 40 ace ice lollies to make now – from honey parfait to piña colada

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Along with bling and outrage, the ice lolly is probably the thing fashion designers and toddlers most have in common. It is instant dessert and an edible sticking plaster. Mostly, whether you go to town with the freez...

Rightwingers tried to discredit Trump ‘foes’ with honey trap plot – report

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A cohort of rightwing activists hatched a plan during Donald Trump’s administration to discredit his perceived foes – including a honey trap plot that used “female undercover operatives” – in an attempt to catch and d...

Kid, I blew up the honey: fallout from nuclear bomb tests detected in US pots

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Honey from several regions of the US shows traces of a radioactive element from nuclear testing that took place in the 1950s and 60s, according to a new study. The study, published in Nature Communications, reported t...

Liquid gold: beekeepers defying Yemen war to produce the best honey

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According to the Qur’an a lone sidr tree, or jujube, marks the highest boundary of heaven. On earth, amid the harshness of the Yemeni desert, the sweetness of sidr honey is a symbol of perseverance. Yemen has long bee...

Black Honey: Written & Directed review

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“I feel like there aren’t any bands any more” moaned Maroon 5’s Adam Levine recently. He was highlighting the fact that record companies take less risks developing groups now, because solo artists are more economical....