Saturday, 08 August 2020
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Madrid News

Madrid taxi protests

For the first time in 30 years Madrid
Brussels News

Roof top wind turbines in Brussels

The roofs of Brussels could be a mass of miniature wind turbines if the recommendations of a study by the Centre d
Copenhagen News

Copenhagen lakes may get city's heavy traffic

The three scenic lakes that are a landmark of Copenhagen have become something of a battleground since the city council announced proposals to route all heavy traffic along the roads that line them....
Madrid News

Carrefour bans plastic bags

French-based retailer Carrefour, the second largest in the world and the largest in Europe, has stopped giving out plastic carrier bags in its Madrid stores. By the end of the year the move will h...
Jersey News

Jersey's wages rise

Workers on Jersey now earn an average of
Dublin News

Alley Theatre Discovered in Temple Bar

Artefacts belonging to Temple Bar's Smock Alley theatre (once known as Smoke Alley theatre) including part of the original building, have been discovered by archaeologists. The theatre, which dates fr...
Oxford News

Blocked drains cause flooding

Recent floods that affected Oxford town centre have been blamed on fat deposits blocking the city
London News

London postcodes top burglary listings

Financial comparison website moneysupermarket.com has released research that shows that people living in London and Nottingham are the most likely to be burgled. Using data from 2.6 million insura...
Dublin News

Leinster Lawn to be restored

The garden of Leinster House, the seat of D
Vienna News

Pollution in Vienna

Vienna had the second highest level of toxic fine dust air pollution in Austria in 2008. The World Health Organisation (WHO) associates fine-dust pollution with 2,400 premature deaths, 55,00 asthma at...
Oxford News

Oxford gets tough on litter

On the spot fines of
Brussels News

Patrick Blanc creates Brussels living wall

In what could be regarded as a real touch of genius, French estate agent investment group Stam Europe has commissioned a 600 square metre
Oxford News

Dangerous cycle path

A former professional BMX stunt rider who managed to make a four-foot jump while riding along a brand new
London News

Keeping a track on pollution

In a pilot scheme devised by Imperial College London, the capital has trialled new mobile pollution monitors, which it is hoped will help to identify pollution hotspots and identify contributory facto...
Jersey News

Protecting the Jersey coastline

A major campaign has been launched to urge thousands of islanders to gather on the beach at St Ouen
Jersey News

Manx Laoghtan rams flown to Jersey

Two multi-horned rams have been given a flying start to their new life on the island
Jersey News

Quaisne Bay gets new restaurant

A new restaurant, the Beach House, has opened at Ouaisne beach on the long-derelict site next to the slipway onto the sands. The new venue can serve a total of 225 settings and also has a civil li...

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