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.

17 April 2023

Alaska Airlines and Surfrider Foundation partner to protect coasts

Asking your employees to engage in beach clean-ups is one way to increase your green credentials and that is exactly what Alaska Airlines is doing. The […]
17 April 2023

Tripadvisor transparency report reveals 4.4% of reviews are fake

From the 30.2 million reviews posted on Tripadvisor in 2022, 4.4% were fake or fraudulent, according to the platform’s Review Transparency Report released on 11 April. […]
17 April 2023

SpaceX releases simulation video of trip to Mars

SpaceX has released a simulation video of Mission to Mars, showcasing Elon Musk’s vision of what the future of space travel could look like, including a […]
17 April 2023

Europeans will travel early this summer to avoid peak-season overcrowding

About 72% of Europeans intend to travel between April and September this year, according to the European Travel Commission’s (ETC) latest research on ” Monitoring Sentiment […]
17 April 2023

Dutch government to appeal ruling against reduction of flights at Schiphol

The Dutch government will appeal against a court decision that nullified Schiphol Airport’s requirement to cut its 2023/24 season flights, according to Belgian news outlet VRT. […]
17 April 2023

Passenger train service between Finland and Sweden to be available as early as 2025

Sweden’s and Finland‘s railways could be connected in the near future. As early as 2025, according to authorities in northern Finland. In 2021, the Laurila (FI) […]
17 April 2023

Opposition candidate promises visa-free EU travel for Turkish people

On March 10th, Türkiye’s president, Recep Tayyip Erdoğan called for new presidential elections for May 14th, an announcement he made more than a month after the […]
14 April 2023

African safaris so overcrowded that animals are being run over

When the word ‘overtourism’ is used, many of us might picture overcrowded European cities or island destinations. Venice has started charging day trippers and banning cruise […]
14 April 2023

What can be done to reduce emissions from heating?

Heat is a great challenge in the fight against climate change, making up half the world’s total energy consumption and contributing more than 40% of global […]
14 April 2023

Aviation industry claims €800bn in expenses to become carbon-neutral

Reaching net-zero emissions comes with a price and for the aviation industry, that sum has been estimated to be more than €800bn. 1. Expensive climate pledges […]
13 April 2023

How is innovation changing the way we experience air travel?

Year after year, the Crystal Cabin awards present innovative ideas that seek to create new concepts that could improve different aspects of commercial aviation. Thanks to […]
13 April 2023

What are the European destinations with the most pickpocketing mentions?

Thousands of travelers have experienced petty theft while visiting Europe’s top destinations, according to new research by Quotezone. The travel insurance comparison experts have revealed where […]
12 April 2023

Self-driving buses to serve East Scotland as of May 15

Dubbed Project CAVForth, Scotland’s autonomous buses will carry around 10,000 passengers each week. 1. Forth Road Bridge Five self-driving buses will be carrying passengers, as of […]
12 April 2023

Britain no longer as popular with French and German tourists

Increased bureaucracy at borders and a perception that Britain is now an unwelcoming nation are causing French and German tourists to stay away from the UK, […]
12 April 2023

Colombia launches new digital nomad visa program

Colombia has recently announced its Digital Nomad Visa, which will allow foreigners to live in the country while working remotely for 24 months; in addition, they […]
11 April 2023

Younger generations are six times more likely to own solar panels

Younger generations are six times more likely to own solar panels with 29% of millennial homeowners (ages 25-40) reporting to own them as compared to only […]
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