40 hilarious images from the Comedy Wildlife Photo Awards 2019
From a surprised otter to monkeys caught in the act, these are the shortlisted images for the Comedy Wildlife Photo Awards 2019
BALPA calls of British Airways strike
The British Airline Pilots Association has called off the next strike scheduled for September 27th in the dispute between British Airways and its pilots. BALPA said the strikes on September 9-10 had demonstrated “the anger and resolve of pilots”.
A look back at London Fashion Week's best ever front row moments
Lady Gaga, Boris Johnson and even HRH The Queen... quite the range of famous faces have been seated front row over the years
Cool stay of the week: luxury glamping pods in the Welsh woodlands
The perfect romantic autumnal getaway
Death of the diet tea: Instagram announces new policies to remove 'miraculous' diet product posts
Instagram will also be restricting posts that promote weight loss products and cosmetic procedures to under 18s
Facebook's new smart display Portal range coming to the UK for the first time
There are now four Portal devices to choose from including a new Portal TV device
Somatic yoga is the mindfulness practice burnt-out Londoners are loving
The new way to get your flow on is slower and more conscious, according to Nahid de Belgeonne, the women behind The Human Method
Sakr steps in to lead Jumeirah Zabeel Saray
Jumeirah Group has announced that Mahmoud Sakr has been officially welcomed as the new managing director of Jumeirah Zabeel Saray Hotel & Royal Residences.
This particular shade of blue is the colour you'll be wearing come spring
Blue really is the warmest colour
Accor launches budget hotel brand – greet
Accor has launched a new economy segment brand, greet. Alert to new trends, Accor claims the new flag is a sustainable tourism offer that combines environmental considerations with a socially responsible approach for travellers seeking authenticity.
Gran Meliá Arusha takes brand into Africa for first time
Based in the heart of Arusha within northern Tanzania, the exclusive east African resort will be the perfect base for visitors looking to explore the natural beauty of some of Africa’s most striking landscapes, including the Serengeti and Kilimanjaro.
Kyriakidis to step down at Marriott
Marriott International has announced that Alex Kyriakidis, president and managing director of the company’s Middle East & Africa division, will leave the role at the end of December.
HUMEN founder River Hawkins on why now is the time for truly preventative action in men's mental health
Actor River Hawkins is behind a new London centre where men can discuss their emotions and a five-part series that tackles male mental health. Featuring the likes of Andrew Scott, it will air on the Evening Standard online from September 24
JA Lake View Hotel to open this weekend in Dubai
Opening on Sunday, JA Lake View Hotel will become the third unique property in the one million square metre experience-packed JA the Resort. It joins the award-winning JA Beach Hotel and the Mediterranean style villa-suites of JA Palm Tree Court to become the only true all-inclusive resort in Dubai.
Clodagh McKenna's crispy galette with butternut squash, olives and feta
Savoury galettes made special with subtle notes of caramel
Virgin Atlantic seeks to become second Heathrow flag-carrier
Virgin Atlantic is set to challenge what it brands as International Airlines Group’s “dominance” at London Heathrow, as it unveils its plans to significantly increase its long-haul route network at the airport.
Virgin Atlantic will fly to 84 new destinations when third Heathrow runway opens
Including 35 new long-haul routes
Mandarin Oriental, Nanjing, signed for 2022 opening
Mandarin Oriental, Nanjing will be located on the Qinhuai River and in close proximity to historic landmarks including the Gate of China, which forms part of one of the longest ancient city walls in the world built by the first emperor of the Ming Dynasty over 600 years ago.
Square's new payments Terminal is a one-stop shop for businesses entering the contactless world
About half of the UK's small to medium-sized businesses still can't accept card payments
Thomas Cook seeks bankruptcy protection in United States
Thomas Cook has filed for chapter 15 bankruptcy protection in the United States as the company seeks to safeguard itself from legal action by debtholders.
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'Heroic' TSA agent saves man having heart attack at airport
A TSA agent is being praised for his quick-thinking after a man collapsed after passing through the security line at the Mitchell International Airport in Milwaukee, Wis.
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