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30 July 2021

New electric airplane to make its first flight this year

Eviation Aircraft has a model aircraft that promises 1,000 kilometers of flight time running exclusively on electricity. The plane from the Israeli company Eviation has attracted […]
29 July 2021

World’s first 3D printed steel bridge opens in Amsterdam

Amsterdam has installed the world’s first 3D printed steel, built to withstand heavy pedestrian traffic. The bridge was installed over the Oudezijds Achterburgwal canal in Amsterdam’s […]
28 July 2021

10 Most expensive yachts in the world

Ever wished you could just climb aboard a luxury yacht, forget life’s stresses and sail away into the sunset? Well, if we could, these would be […]
28 July 2021

What is “plogging” and why do it?

There are always new health and fitness trends emerging; unusual foods or strange exercises, hyped up and spread across social media until it seems everyone is […]
28 July 2021

10 most-followed Instagram accounts in 2021

It’s that guilty pleasure. That ‘quick browse’ that turns into half an hour later. That daily (or more) check up on who’s doing what and going […]
27 July 2021

These anime samurai represent each country in the Tokyo Olympics

In honour of the Tokyo Olympics a group of Japanese artists have created an anime samurai character for each flag of the 200 countries competing in […]
27 July 2021

Growing hydroponic gardens: Advantages and disadvantages

Have you ever heard of growing plants without soil? Today it’s possible thanks to hydroponics, an innovative and practical way of growing plants indoors or outdoors […]
26 July 2021

Belgian town of Spa declared UNESCO World Heritage Site

The health resort Spa in Wallonia, Belgium has been declared a World Heritage Site by the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation (UNESCO) committee. 1. What […]
23 July 2021

Radisson to deploy EV charging stations in hundreds of hotels across Europe

Radisson Hotel Group and Allego, the leading pan-European provider of electric vehicle charging solutions, have announced a strategic partnership to provide a Green Mobility network throughout […]
23 July 2021

Cruise ships may resume sailing in Canada as of 1 November

On Thursday July 15th, Canada’s Minister of Transport, Omar Algebra, announced that cruise ships can resume sailing in Canada as of November 1st. All cruise lines, […]
21 July 2021

These are the world’s 20 best cities to live in for mental wellbeing

A new study by VAAY, a German CBD and wellbeing brand has listed the best cities to live in for mental wellbeing. Using various metrics such […]
19 July 2021

Oliver Daemen is the Dutch teenager who’ll fly to space with Jeff Bezos

Space company Blue Origin has chosen a 18-year-old Dutch student to fly into space alongside the space rocket maker’s owner, Jeff Bezos, next week on the […]
19 July 2021

New guidelines to prevent the illegal trade of wildlife

The World Travel & Tourism Council (WTTC) has released major new guidelines outlining how the global Travel & Tourism sector can work together to tackle illegal […]
16 July 2021

China reports that pandas are no longer endangered but still vulnerable

The Government of China has declared that the number of wild panda bears in the Asian country already counts 1,800 specimens, reason enough for them to […]
16 July 2021

Fake Venice. The copies of Venice around the world

The bridges, the canals, the gongolas, the elegant facades reflecting in the water… No wonder why everybody wants to copy Venice, Italy. Although the charm of […]
15 July 2021

Large cruise ships officially banned from Venice city centre

The Italian government has announced a total ban on large cruise ships from the historic area of Venice. The ban was announced on Tuesday and will come into effect on […]
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