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Letters from the Atlantic: Drilling for Black Gold

March 9, 2015 |

There have been quite a few celebrations in the Canary Islands recently, following the decision of the Spanish oil company, Repsol, not to continue with its exploration for oil off the islands of Lanzarote and Fuerteventura.

The islands are an … Read More

Planning a Wedding Abroad?

February 23, 2015 |

Last year, around 1.5m people travelling overseas for a wedding (either getting married or watching). This weekend, 6,000 brides (and the odd groom) will look for inspiration for their wedding at the London leg of the UK’s biggest wedding show … Read More

Letters from the Atlantic: 112 – Emergency, Emergency!

February 20, 2015 |

Do you know how to contact emergency services, such as asking for medical assistance, ambulance, police or fire services? If you are in the UK, most people will know that when you dial 999 you will receive prompt and efficient … Read More

Why Novak and Serena Are Australian Open Winners, But Also Losers…

February 4, 2015 |

The weekend’s climax to the Australian Open saw victories for two players that had looked down and out during periods of their finals.

Despite visibly battling a virus, Serena Williams powered through impressively to beat Maria Sharapova in straight sets; … Read More

New Year New Home?

January 14, 2015 |

That’s another Christmas done and dusted. Your weight in turkey eaten; presents bought, wrapped, unwrapped (and in some cases taken back to the shops); dodgy Christmas TV watched. Ever think you’d like to do it differently one year? Maybe this … Read More

Things to Consider Before Job Hunting Abroad

January 12, 2015 |

Working overseas tends to be an attractive prospect for many jobseekers (especially if that thought coincides with a rainy day in England). You might have worked at overseas locations as part of your UK-based job and got a taste for … Read More