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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.

3 October 2022

Brussels restaurants go dark to highlight energy crisis

The start of autumn has been particularly cosy in some Brussels restaurants, as candlelit dining and unusual brunches over the last four days raise awareness of […]
3 October 2022

SpaceX takes first Native American woman to space in October

SpaceX‘s Crew-5 mission will be commanded by Nicole Mann, who will become the first Native American woman to go to space. Mann has been an astronaut […]
3 October 2022

Global warming causes worst melt year on record for Swiss glaciers, study shows

A recent study has revealed that Switzerland’s 1,400 glaciers have lost half their total volume since the early 1930s, and researchers say the ice melt is […]
3 October 2022

Hyperloop passengers could travel from Zaragoza to Berlin in less than 3 hours

Spain hopes to be able to travel between Zaragoza and Berlin in less than three hours. At least that’s the goal of the European Hyperloop Center […]
3 October 2022

Amsterdam’s Schiphol Airport to cap passengers until March 2023

Schiphol Airport has extended the cap on the number of passengers until early 2023. In a statement released last Thursday, the airport announced that travelers’ numbers […]
3 October 2022

Virgin Atlantic launches inclusive uniform policy

Virgin Atlantic’s new uniform policy allows employees to select the uniform they prefer based on their gender identity.  Last Wednesday, the airline announced in a press […]
30 September 2022

North of Portugal know-how on marine litter and waste management showcased in Brussels

LIPOR is the Intermunicipal Waste Management Service of Greater Porto. Over their 40 years of existence, they turned a landfill into a waste management facility, started […]
30 September 2022

President Biden announces new rule requiring airlines to disclose hidden fees

On 26 September, President of the United States Joe Biden announced the release of a new proposed rule that would significantly strengthen protections for consumers by […]
30 September 2022

Canada to lift all Covid-19 travel restrictions from 1 October

On September 26th, the Government of Canada announced the removal of all Covid-19 entry restrictions, as well as testing, quarantine, and isolation requirements for anyone entering […]
29 September 2022

Russia says goodbye to Airbus and Boeing

Russia has announced that it want to produce 1,000 passenger aircraft by 2030 using locally made parts, state technology company Rostec told Reuters on Wednesday September […]
29 September 2022

Activists hijack over 500 billboards to highlight aviation’s impact on the environment

On 22 September, over 500 corporate advertising spaces across Europe were “hijacked” by members of the activist group Brandalism. The group, formed by anonymous artists, covered […]
29 September 2022

Brussels rolls out first green hydrogen-powered taxi

The Brussels-based company Taxi Verts has launched their first hydrogen car into service for the Belgian capital. The vehicle is being tested with the help of […]
29 September 2022

Hospitality industry asks Council to regulate energy prices so businesses can remain open

Hotrec, the European Association of Hotels, Restaurants and Cafés in Europe, calls for Energy Ministers in the European Council to cut down the energy prices and […]
29 September 2022

The world’s largest geothermal lagoon set to be built in Canada

A Canadian company plans to build the world’s largest geothermal lagoon a few miles outside of Quebec City. The geothermal lagoon would aim for carbon neutrality […]
29 September 2022

The world’s best airline for 2022 has been announced

After two difficult years for the airline industry due to the pandemic, 2022 has seen a recovery in travel in much of the world. The decline […]
28 September 2022

Meet the first champagne bottle designed for space travel

The Reims, France-based company has decided to send its famous bubbles, which symbolises celebration and the art of living, into space. 1. Mumm Cordon Rouge Stellar […]
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