Green List countries LATEST – Airlines rush to add extra flights as Brits eager to get away on holiday with Portugal top
AIRLINES are desperately rushing to add extra flights to meet demand for Brits wanting to get away on holiday.Travel agents have reported their best d
The Sun · 4 hours ago · By Debbie White
UK rail operators withdraw some Hitachi trains due to cracks
The British government asked the rail industry on Sunday to urgently announce how it was going to deal with disruption to services after several operators were forced to withdraw part of their fleets because of cracks discovered on certain trains.
Reuters · 11 hours ago · By Reuters Staff
Green list countries LIVE – Travel boss demands Greek islands are moved to safe list as Gove says Brits CAN hug again
TRAVEL bosses have demanded that the Government expand the green list to include the Greek islands.It came as Michael Gove confirmed Brits can hug aga
The Sun · 16 hours ago · By Debbie White
Jobs everywhere: How thousands of vacancies need to be filled immediately
As the tourism and hospitality sector gets back on its feet after COVID-19, Queensland's tourism and hospitality operators discover there are not enough bodies to do the work.
Daily Mail · 58 minutes ago · By Michael Pickering
Alpine lodge and horses . . . high life of Toby Whittaker after Park First scandal
Built over four levels and complete with indoor swimming pool, spa, sauna and ski room, this is the six-bedroom chalet owned by Toby Whittaker, the man behind the £230 million Park First investment
www.thetimes.co.uk · 6 hours ago · By Alistair Osborne
Caesars Delays Plans to Sell One of Its Vegas Strip Casinos
LAS VEGAS (AP) — Casino giant Caesars Entertainment Inc. is postponing plans to sell one of its eight Las Vegas Strip resorts until the market further rebounds from the coronavirus pandemic, perhaps next year, the Las Vegas Sun reports.
U.S. News & World Report · 13 hours ago · By Associated Press
Villagers with drones hunt loose leopard in China
A thousand people are hunting a leopard that escaped from a safari park in an eastern Chinese city, two days after the park denied that it was one of theirs.Two leopards from Hangzhou Safari Park were
www.thetimes.co.uk · 6 hours ago · By Richard Lloyd Parry
Big Venues Set to Expand Capacity as State Eases Limits
BOSTON (AP) — Large event venues including TD Garden, Fenway Park and Gillette Stadium will be allowed to double their current capacities starting on Monday, and amusement parks will be permitted to reopen at half capacity as the state relaxes its COVID-19 restrictions.
U.S. News & World Report · 7 hours ago · By Associated Press
Hundreds party in Spain as coronavirus curfew ends in most of the country
Hundreds of people were seen partying in several cities across Spain in the early hours of Sunday, as the country ended its 11 p.m. curfew, which was lifted in 13 of the country's 17 regions at midnight.
edition.cnn.com · 16 hours ago · By Al Goodman and Duarte Mendonça
Long-Haul Carrier Emirates to Ship Aid for Free Into India
DUBAI, United Arab Emirates (AP) — Dubai's long-haul carrier Emirates will begin shipping aid for free into India to help fight a crushing outbreak of the coronavirus, the airline said Sunday.
U.S. News & World Report · 22 hours ago · By Associated Press
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