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Deborah O’Donoghue is a British-Irish writer who has lived in the UK, France and Belgium. She has travelled all over the world and worked in car body repairs, in the best fish ‘n’ chip shop in Brighton, and been a gopher in a comedy club, as well as a teacher. She’s a past winner of the Commonwealth Broadcasting Association Short Story Prize. Her début novel, Sea of Bones, was published by Legend Press in 2019 and comes out in Germany in 2021. Follow Deborah on Twitter and Instagram.

27 February 2023

Leisure industry faces huge gender imbalance, latest report finds

Researchers have found a huge gender imbalance across the leisure sector, with less than 10% of CEO level positions held by women, according to a report […]
24 February 2023

What is a bestiemoon and why should you take one?

When it comes to travelling, a honeymoon is often seen as the Holy Grail. After all, most of those who get married plan to do so […]
23 February 2023

SpaceX customers invited to try Starlink’s new global roaming service

SpaceX customers have recently shared screenshots online of an e-mail they received inviting them to try out the Starlink’s new Global Roaming service, which allows them […]
23 February 2023

Weeva offers transforming travel and tourism technology for people and the planet

A 360-degree view of our planet can transform our perspective of the world and of our impact on it. The ‘Overview Effect,’ a term coined more […]
22 February 2023

Air France to connect Hollywood to the Cannes Film Festival in May

Air France, as official partner of the Cannes Film Festival, will operate 3 special flights on 15, 22 and 29 May 2023, offering a direct service […]
22 February 2023

3 Emerging tech trends set to revolutionize the travel industry

The travel industry is in the midst of a transformative period that has already had a measurable impact on the market overall.  Consumers are still unleashing […]
22 February 2023

Axiom mission to take first Saudi astronauts to the International Space Station

NASA and Axiom Space have signed an agreement for the second all-private astronaut mission to the International Space Station (ISS), targeted for launch in the spring […]
21 February 2023

What are the world’s worst cities for driving?

Road traffic is back to pre-Covid levels in many cities and some places have become even more congested than before the pandemic. TomTom, a company specialising […]
21 February 2023

What are the most reliable car brands of 2023?

BMW, Subaru, Mini, Lexus, and Honda topped Consumer Reports’ top 2022 brand reliability survey, pushing Mazda off the podium after finishing second last year. The predicted […]
21 February 2023

Boeing 747 scrapped after only 16 flights

A Boeing 747-8 Business Jet (BBJ), considered the most luxurious “Queen of the Skies” aircraft, is being dismantled at Pinal Airpark, Marana, USA. The giant airliner, […]
20 February 2023

UN Head says cities worldwide face climate “death sentence”

António Guterres, the United Nations Secretary General, has warned of impending climate catastrophe and end-of-days warfare over resources for over 900 million people worldwide. Amid multiple […]
17 February 2023

5 private islands you can rent without being rich

To many of us, a private island seems like something out of a Hollywood movie. Imagine a romcom situated in an exotic country, where the lead […]
17 February 2023

5 fun European cycling holidays to try

Cycling is a great way to get around, not just in your daily life but on holiday too. Cycle tourism helps to lower the negative environmental […]
16 February 2023

Lufthansa is the world’s first airline group to offer a ‘green’ fare

Lufthansa Group has introduced flights that are more environmentally friendly using Sustainable Aviation Fuels (SAF) and supporting high-quality climate protection initiatives. Starting February 15 the new […]
16 February 2023

Tourism in Europe to continue recovering in 2023

The outlook for travel to Europe is promising, despite global pressures such as high inflation, the war in Ukraine and consequent energy crisis and the looming […]
16 February 2023

Asia set to consume half of the world’s electricity by 2025, says IEA

By 2025, for the first time in history, Asia will account for half of the world’s electricity consumption and China alone will consume one-third of global […]