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UK employment figures continue to rise

The number of employed people in the UK has risen again, to a new record figure of 32.7 million people between November and February, official figures show. Unemployment fell by 35,000 between November and January to 1.34 million. -. Smart speakers and baking into inflation basket. Why you can trust BBC News Full story

Battle of Supremes: How 'legal fakes' are challenging a $1B brand

When Samsung revealed , in late 2018, that it was collaborating with cult US streetwear brand Supreme, it came as quite the surprise. The announcement was made during the launch of Samsung's Galaxy A8s smartphone in Beijing, where logos of the Korean tech giant and the New York skate brand unexpectedly shared a huge screen. Two men, introduced as Supreme executives, unveiled ambitious plans for their company in China, including an inaugural ... Full story

DIA hit the skate rink in 'Woowa' MV

DIA hit the skate rink in 'Woowa' MV Full story

Watch: DIA Goes Retro With Comeback MV For “WOOWA”

DIA has made their return! On March 19 at 6 p.m. KST, the girl group released their fifth mini album “NEWTRO” along with the music video for the title track. This is their first release in seven months since “WooWoo” in August 2018. Written by Shinsadong Tiger, “WOOWA” is a deep house genre track with retro vibes. Check out the music video below! How does this article make you feel? Full story

Yoon Ji Oh Criticizes Lee Mi Sook And Song Sun Mi For Denying Knowledge Of Jang Ja Yeon’s Case

On March 18, Yoon Ji Oh appeared on “Lee Sang Ho’s News Room,” a show on reporter Lee Sang Ho’s YouTube channel Gobal News. Yoon Ji Oh is a witness to the late Jang Ja Yeon’s sexual abuse case in which Jang Ja Yeon was forced by her agency’s CEO to provide sexual favors to several men. The show brought up Dispatch’s recent report that raised doubts about Lee Mi Sook ’s testimony from 2009, in which she claimed she did not know Jang Ja Yeon. ... Full story

Watch: Heize Confidently Says “She’s Fine” In New MV

Heize has released a new music video! On March 19, the singer dropped her song “She’s Fine,” which is part of her new album of the same name. With the song co-written by Heize and DAVII as well as lyrics written by Heize herself, the singer talks about assuring people that she is fine and asking people to mind their own business in the new music video. Check out her music video for “She’s Fine” below! How does this article make you feel? ... Full story

Ocado sales hit by warehouse fire

Ocado's revenue grew by 11.2% in the 13 weeks to 13 March compared with the same period last year, although the online food retailer's income was hit by a fire in its warehouse in February. It brought in £404m during the period, but the fire in its Andover base had a 1.2% impact on its sales. The firm had more orders per week, but their average size was slightly lower. Last month, Ocado announced a deal with Marks & Spencer to give the ... Full story

Watch: Jeong Sewoon Says He Wants You By His Side In “Feeling” MV

Jeong Sewoon has made a smooth return to the industry! On March 19 at 6 p.m. KST, Jeong Sewoon released his newest title track “Feeling” along with its music video. The song, which also features singer-songwriter PENOMECO, is the title track to his new mini album “±0 (Plus Minus Zero).”. Jeong Sewoon partook in writing the lyrics for “Feeling,” in which he sings of knowing the feelings of falling for someone while standing next to them. In the ... Full story

Jung Se Woon drops romantic MV for 'Feeling' feat. PENOMECO

Jung Se Woon drops romantic MV for 'Feeling' feat. PENOMECO Full story

Students at university who are inspiring younger siblings

"Why do you want to be an apprentice and be a car technician, when you can go to university and do motor-sport engineering?" asks Alison. "Why fix cars when you can make cars?". The first in her family to go to university, Alison is now trying to inspire her three younger brothers, aged 16, 15 and seven, to follow in her footsteps. According to researchers from Brunel University London, first-generation students such as Alison can be pivotal ... Full story