‘Not messing around’: China’s rapid military advances stoke fear, catc…

‘Not messing around’: China’s rapid military advances stoke fear, catc…

Pentagon officials are keenly aware of the dangers posed by China‘s cutting-edge weapons and its rapidly expanding military prowess across a large number of domains. But perhaps of already greater con...

Cosy village pub just outside Cambs home to one of UK’s best Sunday lu…

The White Hart Village Inn is in Ufford, close to Stamford and Peterborough, the perfect identify for a Sunday roast In the pub, you’ll find five different areas within the restaurant where you can en...

Changes to visiting at Northern Trust facilities

Changes to visiting at Northern Trust facilities

The Trust says it “apologises for this situation and hopes people will understand”. It says the position will be reviewed again on Wednesday, January 5. At acute and community hospitals, one nominated...

COP26: five reasons to be optimistic about the climate summit

COP26: five reasons to be optimistic about the climate summit

The stakes are high at COP26, and the path to progress has many obstacles. But there are reasons to be sanguine about the summit  There’s much at stake at COP26 next week. The “last best chance” to av...

German coalition talks: What do they show about Germany’s future?

German coalition talks: What do they show about Germany’s future?

With Germany’s federal elections finally in the books, the country’s parties are now tasked with calculating who will replace Angela Merkel as chancellor. For the first time in decades, three parties ...

Ghana’s school kids go hungry after caterers quit amid soaring food prices

Ghana’s school kids go hungry after caterers quit amid soaring food prices

On a hot afternoon, hundreds of students of the Nima Cluster of Schools in Accra, Ghana, dashed out of their classrooms for a midday break. Usually, they enjoy a free lunch of rice and stew from a nat...

Abusive tweet targeting Dodds is inexcusable, says DUP leader

Abusive tweet targeting Dodds is inexcusable, says DUP leader

DUP leader Sir Jeffrey Donaldson has described the failure by Twitter to act to remove an anonymous account which targeted Diane Dodds as “inexcusable”. olice are currently investigating the tweet dir...

Covid live: Germany reports record 50,000 new situations; Dutch experts rec…

Covid live: Germany reports record 50,000 new situations; Dutch experts rec…

Germany may be registering record coronavirus infections again but in Cologne, revellers shrugged off any virus fears to return in force on Thursday for their first carnival fair since the pandemic, A...

Strong year for Visit Inverness Loch Ness despite Covid-19 impact

Strong year for Visit Inverness Loch Ness despite Covid-19 impact

A WORLD-FAMOUS Scottish tourism location has reported a strong year, despite the current pandemic. During an AGM held by the Tourism Business Improvement District (TBID), Visit Inverness Loch Ness rev...

Valeo Applauded by Frost & Sullivan for Being the Only Manufacturer of…

Valeo Applauded by Frost & Sullivan for Being the Only Manufacturer of…

Valeo patented its wiper blade connector to continue exclusivity in the independent aftermarket, while ensuring OE-level quality LONDON, Oct. 26, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — Based on its recent examination of...

American who allegedly stormed the Capitol asks Belarusian dictator fo…

American who allegedly stormed the Capitol asks Belarusian dictator fo…

A California man wanted by the FBI for taking part in the January 6 Capitol riot is seeking asylum in Belarus, a former Soviet country ruled by an authoritarian leader Alexander Lukashenko, according ...

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