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Gusts of up to 270km per hour (160 miles per hour) are expected to slam into the southernmost subtropical island chain early Tuesday, and may reach mainland Japan […]

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Japan kills whales in Antarctica

On January 7, 2014 By

Japan’s whaling fleet has been tracked down by activist organisation sea Shepherd.  The factory ship was filmed with 3 dead minke whales on the deck. 

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Japan One Year On.

On March 11, 2012 By

Today is one year on from the Japanese earthquake and tsunami. Today there are many mourners around the country remembering some of those 16000 people who lost […]

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A farmer in Japan has written a book which has been bought by 10.000 Japanese farmers extolling the virtues of using dozens of ducks to to feed on […]

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In a Japanese fish market a Blue Tuna fish was sold for 56.49m yen (about 3/4 of a million dollars). The fish is the largest to […]

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Christmas Fun -Plastic Nightmare

On December 29, 2011 By

500 tonnes of xmas tree lights and 25m bags of plastic wrappers,food coverings,drinks bottles and broken toys will be thrown away by UK homes this year.

Are we […]

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Japan – an ageing population

On October 26, 2011 By

Whilst the world population grows, Japan has the opposite problem.  

A birth rate of 1.3, well below the 2.1 needed for a stable population, and amongst the […]

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Environmental group Sea Shepherd is sending 3 ships to try to inhibit the the catching of whales by the Japanese fleet.

These ‘battles’ in the past have been […]

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