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Contactless and Oyster Goes Live on Heathrow Express

20/02/2019 by .

Contactless bank cards, mobile devices and Oyster cards are now all accepted on the Heathrow Express, the non-stop express service to and from London Paddington and Heathrow Central.

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Qatar Airways pulls out of Seychelles

Qatar Airways has announced its scheduled flights to and from the Seychelles will be suspended effective September 1st 2013 until further notice due to commercial reasons.

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Globalgig: International Wifi on the go

I think I’ve contracted a new illness. The very thought of having no wi fi signal brings palpitations and beads of sweat. I feel locked out; marooned; isolated from my world. Perhaps there’s a medical name for it, but  It’s not a nice feeling.

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The Artisan Bread School comes to Barsham Barns in Norfolk

Move over Paul Hollywood, there is a new baker in town. This September, renowned artisan bread maker, Carl Shavitz, will be hosting his 5 day Artisan Bread School at Barsham Barns.

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easyJet annual passengers soar past 60 million

easyJet annual passengers get high. easyJet the low cost airline, announced this week.it has carried more than 60 million passengers in the 12 months up to 31st May 2013.  Since it was founded in November 1995 the airline first took to the skies with just two aircraft flying between two domestic UK destinations. Eighteen years […]

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Titanic 2: Thousands sign up for maiden voyage.

It seems on the surface, Clive Palmer’s audacious project to build a replica Titanic has been embraced with open arms by an adoring public who yearn to see her sail once again. Reportedly some 40,000 people have signed up for her maiden voyage in 2016.

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