News: Edinburgh Airport to cut 250 jobs as travel slump continues
Unite has expressed its disappointment over job losses at Edinburgh Airport. The trade union has been in discussion with the airport about redundancies since the collapse of...
7 days ago - Breaking Travel News
The Clarence Tavern, London N16: 'It feels ever so slightly like old times' - restaurant review | Grace Dent on restaurants
We lingered over rhubarb bellinis, many extra plates of chips and the light slander of mutual enemies When The Clarence Tavern opened in early March - fresh lick of paint...
17 days ago - The Guardian
To attend our daughter's wedding, we spent 14 days quarantined in Scotland
Sequestered in an Edinburgh flat, we exercised, worked on a jigsaw puzzle, ordered groceries and watched the lucky neighbors outdoors.
24 days ago - The Washington Post
Champions Cup Campaign leads to Murrayfield
As the longstanding tour specialists for Clermont Auvergne, we were again privileged to look after the Top 14 giants during their EPCR Champions Cup campaign this season...
27 days ago - AbsoluteTravel - 3 articles
‘With Edinburgh empty, we're seeing our city through tourists' eyes'
Novelist Ian Rankin and other locals walk Edinburgh's locked-down, tourist-free streets, and discover parts of the city they never knew existed Edinburgh, of all British...
29 days ago - The Guardian
Tim Minchin: ‘Closest brush with the law? Nude run, 1996'
The Australian comedian and musician on social media, the anxiety of love and Abba hits Born in Western Australia, Tim Minchin, 44,began his career as a comedian, winning the...
30 days ago - The Guardian
We Tried The Portable Pizza Oven That Promises Neapolitan-Style Pies In 60 Seconds or Less
Last year, my father-in-law built a small pizza oven with leftover clay bricks, home-mixed cement, and one of those trolley carts primary school teachers used to use to wheel...
1 month ago - Health & Lifestyle
Incredible timelapse cab ride footage of an LNER Edinburgh to Aberdeen Azuma train
The 130-mile journey takes two hours and 38 minutes on average in real life. But in this mesmerising clip - filmed in a hi-tech LNER Azuma - the trip is completed in just seven...
1 month ago - Mail Online
News: Cheval Collection adds third Edinburgh property to portfolio
At times home to a number of courtiers during its 500-years of history, Cheval Abbey Strand Apartments at Holyrood is one of Edinburgh's oldest buildings.
1 month ago - Breaking Travel News
Celebrating the 75th anniversary of the signing of the United Nations charter
This map was produced for schools in 1947 and depicts the 55 member states of the United Nations as of 1946. It includes major events and quotes from great historical works and...
1 month ago - CG Compass
The headlines of Very International People
Dachshund's incredible journey home via New Zealand thwarted on last leg
Sea dog Pip travelled from North Carolina, through Auckland to Australia, but gets stuck in Melbourne on last leg home.
Two donkeys for sale, new owner must also take historic Southland tavern
You could be the proud owner of a historic Southland pub, and two donkeys called Honky and Henry.
Is this Japan's ‘real' food?
Most of the world will not have heard of the Ainu, let alone their food
Ginger jars: join the collector's club
An old storage vessel has found new favour as a desirable homeware.
Going once, going twice. Seven things to know about bidding at auctions
Heading to your first auction? Before you start waving around that paddle, take a look at this checklist.
7 Reasons to Say WelcomeBacktoTravel in New York's Finger Lakes Region
As more destinations around the globe reopen to travelers, we are ready to get back to one of our favorite activities. Join us over the next several weeks as we take you to...
Cooking up Travel Memories
COVID has restricted our travel plans, but we can still cherish our travel memories and relive them by cooking up these favorite dishes.
Tradie leaves Wainuiomata woman with an unfinished deck and $8000 out of pocket
She saved for the deck for more than two years but, despite going through the Disputes Tribunal, she says there is no way for her to get her money back.
New Zealand does not know how to build at an affordable price, property...
“We're a country of small builders, and we have a large proportion of bespoke homes - everything we do in New Zealand is different."
Flooding increases B.C. numbers of mosquitos
An Aedes vexans mosquito. Their name alone is enough to make many people feel a bit itchy. With their dreaded buzz and capacity to cover a hiker's leg in red spots, mosquitoes...