What is The Daily Dust?
Think of The Daily Dust as your online newspaper, bringing everything that puts the great into Britian as soon as we can.
There’s enough doom and gloom in the world that it’s sometimes hard to see the fun in life, the good things, that make us smile. Stories that you want to share with people, talk about and discuss. We here at T’Dust think you’ll enjoy the mix we report on.
Unlike some website, we’re British and we’re proud. That’s why we’ll say right here that the stories you read have something to do with Britain. In our busy lives having good news that’s relevant means a lot to us. We hope it means the same to you.
When’s the best time to read The Daily Dust?
We’d recommend over a nice hot cup of tea and a chocolate Hob-Nob, but the honest answer is any time you want. We reckon that you can get through the day’s news over one or two tea-breaks at your desk; while waiting for a train; over lunch; or relaxing at home and catching up with the world.
We generally publish stories during office hours but we’re watching the web around the clock – if soemthing pops up we’ll be here as soon as we can.
How Else Can I Read Stories on The Daily Dust?
We’ll deliver The Daily Dust to your email inbox every day, just like a diligent paperboy or girl. Just add your email address to the box on the right “Get The Daily Dust by email”. We start sending out the emails in the afternoon each day, and they’ll have every story from the last 24 hours.
Those of you who have an RSS reader will be happy to know we cater for you as well. This is the RSS Feed for all our stories.
I Want To Contribute
Great, we’d love you to contribute as well! We’re always looking for fun and quirky news, humourous stories on the internet, and any news leads. If you want to share, you can get in touch using this form on the site and it will be sent to our writers.
If you want to get in touch for any other reason, please choose the correct department and contact us via the details on this page.
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