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A Walk Through Palermo

By Julia Gasper Sicily is a good place to go to for winter sun or just a break at this time of year. While sunshine cannot be guaranteed, it is on average a lot warmer […]

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Business, Europe, European Union, Events, France, Holland, London, Oxford, Rail, Travel

Eurostar announces the launch of its new London-Amsterdam service on 4 April 2018

  Major commitment to the future of international high speed rail UK to The Netherlands by Eurostar in just three hours with journey time of 3hr41 (London-Amsterdam) and 3hr01 (London- Rotterdam) Tickets from £35 one-way […]

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Travel

A third of UK cyclists claim they’ve been victims of road rage

Over half of UK cyclists have experienced road rage from drivers One in three admit they experience road rage regularly Over a half of cyclists believe drivers have no patience on the road     […]

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Oxford, Oxfordshire, Technology, Travel

Oxfordshire M40 to get new noise barriers

Work on a highly anticipated £3.5 million plan to cut traffic noise for many people living along a section of the M40 in Buckinghamshire has begun. Highways England is installing new noise reducing barriers at […]

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Europe, Krakow, Travel

National Independence Day (Poland)

by Jolanta Ryba November 11th marks the 99th anniversary of Poland’s regaining independence. Governor of Małopolska Piotr Ćwik planned a rich program of this year’s celebration of the National Independence Day in Krakow and it […]

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Energy, Technology, Travel

“Doctor Diesel” delivers more accurate prognosis for shipping

  New software takes better data from engines to drive fuel savings and lower emissions   Diesel engines could benefit from increased fuel efficiency, following the development of a new algorithm by Icon Research and […]

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Journalism, Training, Travel

Preventing Image Theft: Eight Tips for Picture Protection

Berlin, 29th August 2017. Whoever uploads images to the internet has to be aware not only that they might be commented on and shared, but also expect that they could be used illegally. Everyday Copytrack is confronted […]

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Europe, Julia Gasper, Travel

Nîmes, a Roman City in the Heart of France

A look at Nimes in France by Julia Gasper. The town of Nîmes in Southern France is applying to UNESCO for the status of a World Heritage Site. It well merits this recognition, as it […]

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Africa, Business, Travel

New hope in Africa’s railways

By Nicholas Newman A new revolution in African railways is starting to take place, we are seeing major railway equipment manufacturers and leasing companies begin to focus on the continent. For many some as a […]

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Rail, Travel

Should Britain’s Railways be Re-Nationalized?

By Nicholas Newman I think people are asking the wrong question when they ask for the renationalisation of the railways in Britain. When you look at traffic figures it is a victim of its success. Britain’s […]

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