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Welcomers Eurovision would offer Ukrainian refugees and their UK host families priority tickets to the annual song contest.
This is a meeting that has been months and thousands of miles in the making, taking you into Iceland’s ethereal north.
Karen Dunbar teamed up with Glasgow Girls Club to create a ‘Good in Glasgow’ platform that will “shine the spotlight” on heart-warming projects.
The actress suffered a ‘severe anoxic brain injury’ following a car crash last Friday.
A business has risen above Covid and lockdown fears and prospered through a new venture.
Extradition proceedings for an alleged US fugitive who is said to have faked his own death to escape sex charges have been delayed for another week after he instructed a new solicitor.
Parts of England are likely to declare a drought on Friday, local media reported ahead of a meeting between the government, its environment agency and water companies to discuss a long period of dry weather. Parts of England are in the middle of their second heatwave this summer with temperatures forecast to top 30 Celsius (86 Fahrenheit) for the next few days, having reached their highest ever of more than 40C last month. This July was the driest on record for some English regions and the driest for England overall since 1935, with just 35% of average rainfall.
Finlay MacDonald, 39, appeared in court on Friday over a series of incidents in north-west Scotland earlier in the week.
A Wizz Air plane was captured landing eye-poppingly close to a crowd of spectators standing along a beach near Greece’s quirky Skiathos Airport on August 5, viral video shows.Footage filmed by pilot Demetrios Gregoriou shows the spectacular moment when the large aircraft, flying in from Naples, spooked tourists watching the low landing steps from the runway.In one moment, the aircraft is seen flying a few feet from a photographer’s head seconds before it lands.According to reports, the runway at Skiathos Airport is just 1,628 meters long, meaning pilots need to approach the landing much lower than at other airports. According to Euronews, the airport attracts planespotters “hoping to get closeup pictures of aircraft as they approach over the beach. It has become a go-to destination for those looking to get as close as possible to these jets as they land.” Credit: Demetrios Gregoriou via Storyful
Storms are now expected to hit across Scotland from 9am on Sunday, with the heavy rain continuing into Monday, the Met Office forecasts.
The US National Weather Service advised of heavy rains and flooding in Las Vegas on Thursday, August 11.NWS Las Vegas said heavy rain, nuisance flooding, frequent lightning and wind gusts could be expected in Clark County, Nevada, until after midnight and into August 12.Video posted to Twitter by @seiderlarkin on August 11 showed a flooded street on the Las Vegas Strip. Credit: @seiderlarkin via Storyful
Drought could be declared for some parts of England on Friday, as the country bakes in another heatwave. The National Drought Group – made up of Government and agency officials, water companies and other groups such as the National Farmers’ Union – is set to meet on Friday to discuss the prolonged dry weather. There are expectations drought could be declared for some parts of England such as southern and eastern areas, prompting action by agencies and water companies to manage water resources to ensure supplies and protect the environment.
Jacinda Ardern’s tourism minister said the country should be targeting wealthy holidaymakers to New Zealand at the expense of “dried noodle” eating backpackers.
With Scotland recording the biggest increase in home working of all the UK regions during the first quarter of this year, one recruitment expert is warning of a growing divide between the “haves” and “have-nots” of hybrid employment.
An arson investigation has been launched following a hedgerow fire at a Ventnor school last night (Thursday).
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TAOME Oliver has joined Oxford United Women for her third spell at the club.
Lots of us are taking our first or second international trip following the Covid travel shutdown. From passports to testing and airport delays, here is everything to consider before you go
In a remote working world, emails have become the norm. However, some common email sign-offs and greetings can come across as passive aggressive. Euronews spoke to an expert and looked into some of the phrases that can cause upset and discovered some neutral alternatives.
I HAVE much sympathy for the Don't Pay UK campaign which now claims to have 100,000 supporters. When Bulb phoned me in April, months before the present crisis broke, to tell me my direct debit was going to increase from £104 to £196 I said: 'No way, Jose.'