Where to Find Exceptional Flowers in Six Different Cities
A guide to the most exciting florists working today in Chicago, Miami, Mexico City, Berlin, Seoul and Sydney.
7 days ago - NYT
The big squeeze: welcome to the pelvic floor revolution
There are books, podcasts, apps and devices devoted to it. But what's behind this new obsession with a strong pelvic floor? If you want to know about the wonders of a healthy...
12 days ago - The Guardian
The Language of Friends
A group of Deaf and hearing creatives in Berlin, brought together by the artist Christine Sun Kim, sign, type, dance and collaborate - and serve as a reminder that every one of...
26 days ago - NYT - 2 articles
The Artist Christine Sun Kim and Friends Use Sign Language, Dance and Messaging Apps to Stay Connected
In Berlin, a group of both Deaf and hearing creatives have found a common vocabulary.
26 days ago - NYT - 2 articles
Berlin police investigate possible breach of Covid rules at Soho House party
Video of star-studded event apparently held by Bottega Veneta after Berghain fashion launch shows crowded party and no masks Berlin police are investigating a possible breach...
28 days ago - The Guardian
The dream ticket: sleeper trains could soon run from London to Europe's cities
An ambitious plan to take overnight services through the Channel tunnel reflects a growing interest in sustainable travel It is being hailed as the latest evidence of a new...
29 days ago - The Guardian
My favourite places in NZ: Travel Guides star Rusha Paenga
Rusha has earned her travel stripes, having travelled solo through Europe and lived in Spain and Berlin. Now she's back home in NZ.
1 month ago - Stuff
Berlin theater manager quits after harassment claims
The manager of a prominent Berlin theater has stepped down in the wake of accusations by women of bullying and sexual harassment
1 month ago - ABC News
Berlin to open cultural venues despite rising virus numbers
Some museums and concert halls in Berlin are re-opening their gates even though COVID-19 infection numbers are on the rise again in Berlin and across the country
1 month ago - Newsday
News: ITB Berlin to return as in-person show in 2022
The news follows the successful hosting of a digital event this year, under the title of ITB Berlin Now, which welcomed 65,700 users over the past week.
1 month ago - Breaking Travel News - 2 articles
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International Nurses Day 2021: History, significance of Florence...
In January 1974, May 12 was chosen to celebrate the day as it is the anniversary of the birth of Florence Nightingale, the founder of modern nursing.
Can you help? Searching for New Zealand's first Dutch settlers
Fred Olde Olthof was among the first 200 Dutch migrants to arrive in New Zealand. He's looking for the other 23 who travelled to the South Island.
Residential development 'going gangbusters' in Tasman District
The Covid pandemic did not create an expected housing slowdown in Tasman District with a record-high 601 new dwellings consented in the year to March.
Life lessons from Mr Bump: 50 years of the Mr Men books
OPINION: A child psychologist explains why the colourful straightforwardness of Roger Hargreaves' series is exactly what children need.
Your local beach might be covered in cabanas and day beds soon
Beach clubs are opening along the Aussie coastline but not everyone is on board.
The Rolex Daytona is one of the most sought-after watches in the world. Why?
The Rolex Daytona is one of the sexiest watches on the market which make it highly desirable but also one of the most difficult to find. Collectors around the world will lunge...
Rolls-Royce to supply mtu generator sets for U.S. Navy frigate program
Boot Camp Mentality: Military-Themed Watches
Several watch models and inventions can be traced back to the military and its varied needs as time was crucial to any operation. Military historians tell us that timing...
Major setback to international travel
Qantas has pushed back its start date for international travel.
Tom Cruise stands by his leaked on-set Covid-19 rant
The outburst, which made headlines after leaking last year, was directed towards crew members who weren't taking Covid-19 precautions seriously.