An Arctic adventure in Finnish Lapland

An Arctic adventure in Finnish Lapland

After another mild and snowless Christmas for most of the UK, there’s nevertheless time to book in a belated festive break in a more reliable winter wonderland.  In northern Finland – a great area of ...

Staffordstown Accordion Band staging Charity Tractor Run

Staffordstown Accordion Band staging Charity Tractor Run

Staffordstown Accordion Band are staging a Charity Tractor Run on Saturday, March 26, in Randalstown. The band is running this event to help celebrate the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee and also to sustain ...

Burkina Faso president fires PM amid security crisis | Politics News

Burkina Faso president fires PM amid security crisis | Politics News

West African nation is struggling to contain attacks by groups connected to al-Qaeda and ISIL (ISIS). Burkina Faso President Roch Marc Christian Kabore fired his chief minister on Wednesday amid an es...

Report: UAE under major ‘Yemeni retaliatory attack’

Report: UAE under major ‘Yemeni retaliatory attack’

Yemeni forces say they have launched a major retaliatory drone and missile attack against the United Arab Emirates. Click: See details

Drama as KCCA ejects Entebbe road taxis from new Taxi Park

Drama as KCCA ejects Entebbe road taxis from new Taxi Park

Operations to steamline the transport sector in Kampala city have today been directed on taxis plying the Entebbe Road route. Today early morning, taxi operators majorly Entebbe road drivers witnessed...

Compulsory Covid-19 vaccine could cause ‘crisis’, Bolton MP

Compulsory Covid-19 vaccine could cause ‘crisis’, Bolton MP

A BOLTON MP has raised concerns over government plans to make Covid-19 vaccinations mandatory for frontline NHS staff in England. Health Secretary Sajid Javid told the Commons there is no doubt health...

Insurgency is Easier than Governing: The Future of the Taliban in Afgh…

Insurgency is Easier than Governing: The Future of the Taliban in Afgh…

With the fall of President Ashraf Ghani’s government and the withdrawal of U.S. and NATO forces, most of Afghanistan is now under the control of the Taliban. In this episode of Horns of a Dilemma, we ...

Largest storm to impact Northern Powergrid network since 2005

Largest storm to impact Northern Powergrid network since 2005

MORE than 200,000 Northern Powergrid customers have been affected by the impact of Storm Arwen since last night. With windspeeds of up to 100mph, the firm is continuing to see meaningful damage to its...

Disney has up to 30 percent off toys, bags and more – our favourite pi…

Disney has up to 30 percent off toys, bags and more – our favourite pi…

Whether Avengers is your thing or you’re more of a Disney Princess person, the Disney sale has you covered.  Prices start as low as £2.19, so you don’t have to break the bank.  Disney Store January Sa...

Financial institutions and listed firms to be forced to publish net-ze…

Financial institutions and listed firms to be forced to publish net-ze…

Financial institutions and listed companies will be forced to publish their plans on how they will change to net zero, in sweeping reforms the Chancellor hopes will stop so-called greenwashing. Rishi ...

COVID-19: Britons in South Africa racing to avoid £2,285 hotel quarant…

COVID-19: Britons in South Africa racing to avoid £2,285 hotel quarant…

The cost of quarantine for Britons returning from South Africa is setting some back “a year” financially, as people race back to avoid the costs. After the emergence of the Omicron variant, a number o...

Investigation into alleged weapons parts theft from Army stores contin…

Investigation into alleged weapons parts theft from Army stores contin…

The Defence Forces is carrying out an investigation into the alleged theft of weapons elements from Army stores. Military police, with the assistance of the Garda, have been examining the matter for t...

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