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The European budget talks: Financial threat to a global Europe

The European budget talks: Financial threat to a global Europe

Although talks on the EU’s next Multiannual Financial Framework (MFF) might appear dull on the surface, we should force ourselves to take notice of them and emphasise the long-term importance of the external tranche of the budget. The European Union is engaged in quite a few self-defining processes that regularly make the ...

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MICE destination: Winning ways

Iconic sporting venues and historic attractions are putting Cardiff on the map as an events destination. Richard Rees and Rob Gill report Sporting events probably come to mind when you think of the Welsh capital Cardiff – particularly in the spring when rugby fever grips the city. The Principality Stadium, ...

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Farmers market remains open at Náplavka – PRAGUE.TV

Farmers market remains open at Náplavka - PRAGUE.TV

The farmers market at Náplavka on Rašínovo nábřeží will be operating on its normal schedule, despite planned work to renovate the cubicles in the retaining wall and improve infrastructure. The marker is open on Saturdays from 8 am to 2 pm, except during winter. The first renovation work at Rašínovo ...

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Gerry Thornley: The Irish home and away are good for Europe

Gerry Thornley: The Irish home and away are good for Europe

Following on from the failure of any Irish side to reach the quarter-finals of the Champions Cup two seasons ago, at last season’s launch tournament organisers made no bones about expressing their desire to have them dining at European rugby’s top table again. They weren’t kidding, and with good reason. ...

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The Irish couple who became digital nomads in their 50s

The Irish couple who became digital nomads in their 50s

Married to an Austrian, having lived abroad (in France and Austria) since 2002, and with family members scattered around the globe, I long ago switched my focus away from Ireland as the central, stable point in my life. To add to the international hotchpotch, my husband and I now categorise ...

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Indigenous Women’s Divestment Delegation calls on European banks and accountants to withdraw funding from mining

Indigenous Women's Divestment Delegation calls on European banks and accountants to withdraw funding from mining

Some of Europe’s most powerful banks and financial institutions continue in the “unethical” financing of fossil fuel projects despite rights violations and dangers to the health of the global climate, it was claimed today. The Indigenous Women’s Divestment Delegation is highlighting the many human rights and Indigenous rights violations and requesting ...

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Emirates offers special early bird fares for UAE travellers

Emirates offers special early bird fares for UAE travellers

Emirates airline is offering special early bird fares for UAE travellers to destinations within its global network. Travellers who book in advance can enjoy special fares starting today until 30 April 2018 and applies to select travel periods. Economy Class passengers can enjoy fares to the Middle East starting from ...

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