EUROPE

Germans support plastics ban, survey shows

April 15, 2019 admin 0

A large majority of German consumers, 79 percent, supported the European Union’s ban on many disposable plastic products, according to a new YouGov study . Only 29 percent of Germans believed that there is already […]

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ITB promises bumper 53rd edition next month

February 18, 2019 admin 0

By Nathan Morley, Travel Correspondent AFTER last years outstanding ITB, the clock is ticking down on the 53rd edition which will take place next month. As it stands, around 10,000 companies and organisations from over 180 […]

LIFESTYLE

Ryanair rolls out extensive London schedules

February 18, 2019 admin 0

By Nathan Morley, Travel Correspondent RYANAIR now serves 154 routes from four London airports. The low-cost carrier had added two new routes from Luton to Krakow in Poland and from Southend to Venice Treviso as […]

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Malta sets sights on ‘e tourism’

February 18, 2019 admin 0

Malta aims to open up the islands to e-sports tourism to attract video game players to sports tournaments. E-sport is a form of competition using video games. Most commonly, e-sports take the form of organised, […]

FEATURES

More secrets emerge from rubble of Pompeii

February 15, 2019 admin 0

AN ANCIENT fresco depicting Narcissus gazing at himself has emerged from an excavation at Pompeii . Archaeologists discovered the fresco in the atrium of a richly decorated home, in whose bedroom a fresco depicting Leda […]

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Chernobyl, the new holiday Mecca

February 15, 2019 admin 0

FOR MOST people the thought of taking a vacation in a nuclear fallout zone is the stuff of nightmares. But, it seems that the Ukrainian town of Chernobyl is literally becoming a tourist hot spot. […]