Monthly Archives: May 2011

Vegetable Care-Parcels

In honour of our Care Package contest coming to an end here’s a little recipe for some food parcels to eat yourselves. These packets aren’t chock full of Haribo and Marmite but it’s a pretty simple vegetarian option that doesn’t … Continue reading

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New drug fears in South America

Oxi, oxidado or ‘rust’ is the latest narcotic to hit South American drug scene. The powerful hallucinogen is wreaking havoc across the Amazon region enslaving a generation of addicts. The drug is a mix of cocaine paste, gasoline, kerosene and … Continue reading

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London boy breaks Seven Summits record

16-year-old George Atkinson from Surbiton, South West London has become the youngest person in the world to conquer the highest mountains of every continent. By reaching the summit of Mount Everest on Thursday he broke the record previously set by … Continue reading

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Frontier Mixtape #13

We’ve been showing the Amazon Rainforest a lot of love this week and what’s the best way to show someone that you love them? Make them a mixtape. Get a hold of it with Spotify and check out our other … Continue reading

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Bad news for the rainforest

A new piece of government legislation on the verge of being passed in Brazil would loosen the restrictions on the amount of rainforest in the Amazon that farmers are allowed to remove. The new law would not only relax the … Continue reading

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Frontier Style: Neff Animal Hats

Having an office in Shoreditch provides us with views of all kinds of fitted cap wearing hipster types. Here at Frontier we’re not about the A’s or NY’s though, no these animal hats from Neff are where it’s at in … Continue reading

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Geometry class for Amazon tribes

A recent study carried out with an Amazonian tribe called the Mundurucu has suggested that a lot of our human intuitions about geometry are innate. The researchers studied how the Mundurucu examined lines, points and angles then compared the results … Continue reading

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