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Tatler Itinerary: What To Do In Abu Dhabi

Tatler Itinerary: What To Do In Abu Dhabi

Experience the grandeur of Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque No visit to Abu Dhabi is complete without making a stop at the Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque, an architectural marvel on its own. It is the brainchild of its namesake, Sheikh Zayed bin Sultan Al Nahyan, UAE’s founding father, who oversaw everything ...

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ZENERGY Top Hotel Praha – PRAGUE.TV

ZENERGY Top Hotel Praha - PRAGUE.TV

We are still inspired by the Asian culture, wisdom and unique techniques helping boost our body and spirit. Thai massage is one of the benefits. With Zenergy professional therapists you will find your paradise on Earth. We live in a beautiful time, but often hectic, causing stress, tiredness and pain. ...

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‘The kindest, most caring man’: Shock as leading news presenter Greg Boyed commits suicide while on a family holiday …

'The kindest, most caring man': Shock as leading news presenter Greg Boyed commits suicide while on a family holiday ...

‘The kindest, most caring man’: Shock as leading news presenter Greg Boyed commits suicide while on a family holiday in Switzerland with his singer wife and young son 48-year-old 1 News Tonight anchor had been battling depression Warmly described as a ‘kind and caring man who cherished his two children’ Mr Boyed started his ...

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Sean Dyche enjoying Burnley’s European nights

Sean Dyche enjoying Burnley's European nights

Burnley manager Sean Dyche has insisted that his side are embracing the challenge of juggling Premier League football with European commitments due to their involvement in the Europa League. The Clarets earned their place in Europe courtesy of a seventh-placed finish last term and will face Olympiacos for a place ...

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“No deal” Brexit threatens nationwide medical shortages

"No deal" Brexit threatens nationwide medical shortages

In the event that the United Kingdom and the European Union fail to reach a deal on Brexit, poor government planning could result in hospitals facing shortages in medicine and medical devices, the trade association for the National Health Service warned in an email obtained by The Times. The big ...

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Australia’s biggest online travel sale kicks off

Australia's biggest online travel sale kicks off

There’s no better way to get over the winter blues than booking a holiday somewhere warm. More than a million people are expected to log on to Click Frenzy Travel when it kicks off at 7pm tonight – a 24 hour online sale offering flight and accommodation deals up to ...

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