Month: April 2019

An employee at Singapore’s Changi Airport has been jailed for eight weeks and fined 800SGD (£453) for taking bribes to underweigh passengers’ luggage. Hiteshkumar Chandubhai Patel, 37, was found guilty after accepting money from Gopal Krishna Raju, who was buying gold in Singapore and selling it in Chennai, India. Rather than pay for an expensive courier service,
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(CNN) — A team of scientists in Chile say they’ve found a human footprint that dates back more than 15,000 years — the oldest one ever found in the Americas. The discovery challenges the previous timeline and map of human migration into South America. Most available evidence held that humans did not reach the Patagonia
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Newmarket Holidays is a highly respected independent tour operator, having won the British Travel Awards for the best large escorted tours holiday company for three consecutive years. The company prides itself on its customer service, commitment to affordable holidays and vast array of stunning destinations. From exclusive theatre breaks in New York to escorted tours
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Britain’s rail firms have called for more competition on long-distance rail journeys such as Bristol, Manchester and Newcastle to London. In proposals submitted to the Williams Rail Review, the Rail Delivery Group (RDG) is also urging an end to franchising for commuter networks. The RDG – representing train operators and Network Rail – is calling
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(CNN) — Just as the railways shaped modern India, cheap air tickets, driven by fierce competition between carriers, are changing the way Indians travel around their country. They’re also promising to take hundreds of millions more to the skies — most of whom have never flown before. But, ironically, cut-throat competition also means the very
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Growing up, we’ve all heard about dairy being an indispensable part of a healthy diet. Milk, in particular, used to be revered as a storehouse of calcium, Vitamin D and protein. Today, however, the picture is udderly (sorry, couldn’t resist) different. As more and more consumers are ditching dairy for various health and environmental reasons,
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The saga of Scotland’s much-delayed flagship link with London, the new Caledonian Sleeper, continues. The inaugural overnight rail journey from Edinburgh and Glasgow to London Euston is running two-and-a-half hours late. Passengers on the new train, which is part of a £100m-plus improvement package, were due to arrive at 7.07am. But they are now expected
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Tourists have been warned they are risking their lives taking dangerous pictures and selfies next to a sheer cliff edge in Australia. Popularised by Instagram influencers, Diamond Bay Reserve in Vaucluse near Sydney has started attracting busloads of visitors keen to capture the perfect snap of themselves on the dramatic cliffs. But local residents and
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Etihad is removing some seatback TV screens in an overhaul of the economy cabins of its narrow-body fleet. As part of a refit of its Airbus A320 and A321 aircraft, the United Arab Emirates carrier will instead offer an onboard streaming service so passengers can watch entertainment on their own devices. The economy cabins of the 23 narrow-body aircraft
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Holidays for nudists and swingers are being offered by price comparison site icelolly.com as part of its new Naked Holidays Collection. Encouraging holidaymakers to try something new and embrace the “nakation”, the collection will include a selection of deals from leading operators including Tui, The Holiday Place, LoveHolidays, Very Holidays and Exclusive Trips. The collection
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