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.

26 October 2023

Passengers see dream cruises cancelled and rerouted due to Israel-Hamas war

MSC Cruises, Europe’s largest cruise operator, is making radical changes to its winter season schedule due to the Israel-Hamas war and associated port restrictions. At least […]
24 October 2023

Cruise, GM, and Honda’s driverless taxis to roll out in Tokyo by 2026

Cruise, General Motors (GM), and Honda have announced a collaboration to introduce a driverless ride service in Tokyo by 2026. The joint venture, set to be […]
23 October 2023

$30,000 three-year cruise delayed due to lack of ship

The start of a cruise lasting three years and touted as a way to “break free from the mundane, redefine your work-life balance and create a […]
20 October 2023

New superyacht could redefine eco-friendly opulence in the maritime world

Mask Architects has unveiled the designs for the ONYX H2-BO 85, an 85-meter superyacht propelled by onboard hydrogen production. With a fusion of luxury and eco-consciousness, […]
16 October 2023

Prada partners with Axiom Space to design NASA’s next lunar spacesuits

Luxury fashion brand Prada is partnering with Axiom Space to design NASA’s lunar spacesuits for the highly anticipated Artemis III mission, scheduled for 2025, which will […]
16 October 2023

65+ age group to outnumber under-15s in Europe by 2024

Europe is decades ahead of other world regions, the WHO (World Health Organization) has said, when it comes to having an aging population. Time to act […]
16 October 2023

5 small towns to celebrate Halloween in the US

Although in most European countries Halloween is a festivity mainly for children, in the US the haunted season is taken very seriously. Several American cities start […]
12 October 2023

Cruise ship numbers to be cut in Barcelona amid “feeling of collapse”

Barcelona is limiting cruise ship numbers at its central port to reduce overtourism and lower exhaust gases in the city. 3 out of 10 docks closed […]
11 October 2023

Journalist reveals the realities behind Instagram posing

A careful examination of popular Instagram images reveals something in common: positions or angles that are seen in almost all accounts of major influencers. Since April […]
5 October 2023

Erection boosting spider venom gel starts clinical trials

Not everyone would be up to the job of extracting venom from a lethal 15cm arachnid. It requires clasping one of the huge furry spiders with […]
4 October 2023

Passengers warned to remove pets from carriers before X-ray checkpoint

In a recent advisory, the US Transportation Security Administration (TSA) has cautioned passengers against subjecting their pets to X-ray scanners at airports. The TSA’s move follows […]
28 September 2023

International cruise ships allowed again in Chinese ports

For the first time since the beginning of the Covid-19 pandemic, international cruise ships will once again be allowed to enter Chinese ports. China’s Ministry of […]
27 September 2023

EVs made in Europe to become affordable for the masses by 2025, new study says

The need to address the global climate crisis has rallied a growing number of governments around the world to embrace aggressive measures encouraging carmakers and drivers […]
27 September 2023

All new European Nissan models to be electric by 2030, says CEO

All new European Nissan models will be electric by 2030, the Japanese carmaker announced on Monday, 25 September. No turning back In a statement, Nissan CEO […]
26 September 2023

Safety concerns mount against Elon Musk’s brain chip ahead of human trials

Neuralink, Elon Musk’s company developing brain chips, has started recruiting for human trials, after being granted approval by the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) in […]
25 September 2023

Tourist in Italy paid €200 for lobster and released it back into sea

What to do when you see a lobster in a water container at a restaurant? One could order it and eat it themselves or not order […]