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Bite off as much as you can chew

Are you worried that you are just not chewing enough? Then never fear: Japan has invented something to help you count your bites.

Hot Spot: Explosive new market

Newtown has acquired a perky new market and, by the look of it, the CBD's ugly duckling may be on the verge of becoming a swan.

Oldies are killing the world's economy

In China they call it the "inverted three, two, one". Historically, families have followed a pyramid structure of three children, two parents and one surviving grandparent.

Wave Rave: The Donkey ride is a 'breaker'

Ours is an age of surf imperialism, in which unmanned spaceships beam pictures of the world to the computers of wealthy, armchair surfers plotting their next holiday to the third world, far from overcrowded shores.

Lonely Planet releases its picks for the top destinations in 2015

Travel experts at Lonely Planet have gazed into their crystal balls and come up with lists of the top 10 cities, regions and countries to visit in 2015, giving top nods to Singapore, Washington DC, and the Gallipoli Peninsula in Turkey.

Going, Going ... A lifelong love affair

Black streaks lacerate the interior walls of art collector Harry Lits's Linksfield home.

My year of wine: Emiliano keeps it close to home and it's a cocker

Wine lists are tricky to navigate when you're not a connoisseur.

Perspective: A view of the trenches

"That's catastrophic, isn't it?" says Geoff Dyer as we drive down Eastwold Way towards the Anglo-Boer War memorial at the Museum of Military History in Saxonwold.

New drug for TB patients

A new drug will be made available to people who suffer from multidrug-resistant tuberculosis, a pharmaceutical company said on Monday.

Fashion

Converse is ready to walk all over rivals

Worn by millions all over the world, the Converse sneaker is a slice of Americana beloved by everyone, from schoolboys to rap stars.

Wake up to a new fashion

Making it into SA Fashion Week is like breaking into a near-impenetrable fortress.

Catwalk: Cracking the fashion nod

The SA Fashion Week autumn/winter 2015 began in earnest last night, and brought with it selfie-taking celebs and bloggers, photographers and budding designers.

WolfWear: All the better to eat you with

Tailoring in menswear is often informed by the history of uniform, and that's certainly the case with stylist-turned-designer Andrew Chandler's offbeat menswear line called Beware the Wolf in Sheep's Clothing.

Super Tips: Nailing it this spring

With the weather heating up, it's time to whip out the sandals and get those nails in order.

Watch: Driverless Audi RS 7 Sportback complete a lap

The German manufacturer demonstrated a driverless concept ahead of the DTM German Touring Car Championship finals in Hockenheim, Germany on Sunday, October 19, 2014.

Iconic 'Easy Rider' chopper sells for $1.35 million

The iconic Harley-Davidson chopper-style motorbike ridden by Peter Fonda in the 1969 classic "Easy Rider" film sold for $1.35 million at auction this weekend.

Toyota recalls 1,75 million cars worldwide

Toyota Motor Corp is recalling about 1.75 million vehicles, including the Lexus luxury sedan, to repair flaws including defective brakes, the carmaker said Wednesday.

BMW catches fire on Witkoppen

A BMW E90 3-Series was pictured burning on Witkoppen road by several twitter users.

Sunday Times Promotions

2014 Literary Award highlights

Sunday Times in association with Exclusive Books awarded the Alan Paton prize to Max du Preez for 'A Rumour of Spring', whilst Claire Robertson won the Fiction prize for The Spiral House. Barry Ronge was awarded with a lifetime achievement accolade as well as being announced as the new namesake for future fiction prizes.

Ladies win big at Literary Awards

The 24th annual Sunday Times, in association with CNA this year, Literary Awards took place at Summer Place. Winners this year included Karen Jayes for her novel For The Mercy of Water in the fiction category, whilst the Alan Paton Award went to Redi Thlabi for Endings & Beginnings

EXCLUSIVE: In Oscar's footsteps

Never seen before - Sunday Times walks you along the path taken by Oscar Pistorius on the fateful night, February 14, 2013, when he shot and killed his girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp.

Comic Choice Awards' 2014 - PG16L

Highlights and classic performances from our local comedic talent

Wild Weekends with Girls Gone Wild

WildWeekends‬ adventure travel guide featuring travels of Sunday Times ‪Girls Gone Wild‬ team, Claire Keeton and Marianne Schwankhart, has just been released - view audio/visual to see what you can expect.

GenNext2014 Image & Grooming Awards

The 10th annual Sunday Times Generation Next Awards