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Volta data centers in London operate under the global brand Verne – High-Performance Computing News Analysis

September 20, 2022 – LONDON – Verne Global, the Iceland-based provider of sustainable data centers for high intensity computing, has announced that Volta Data Centers in the City of London will begin marketing and operating under the Verne Global brand and delivering data become center platform over Iceland and Great …

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‘It felt important to move on’: grief poses a dilemma for London fashion week | London fashion week

There was only one show in town in London this weekend and that was The Queue. But the London Fashion Week catwalks went on. “It was important to keep going because London has to stick together at this time and right now some of this city’s young designers are at …

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London’s Lost Mansions | Apollo Magazine

This review by London’s ‘Golden Mile’: The Great Houses of the Strand, 1550–1650 by Manolo Guerci (Paul Mellon Centre) was published in the March 2022 issue of Apollo. Preview and subscribe here. The Strand is one of London’s intermediate zones, part of the West End but not in the center …

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Would you like to beautify your property? City gives away trees for National Tree Day

In honor of National Tree Day, Forest City is preparing to give away thousands of trees to Londoners later this month. According to a press release from the City of London, 2,000 trees of various species will be given away to interested Londoners to mark National Tree Day on September …

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News updates following the death of Queen Elizabeth II on September 9th

People queuing at an information desk in the City of London to attend Friday night’s memorial service © Robert Wright/FT A steady stream of people arrived in the City of London in light rain just before midday to collect bracelets for entry into a memorial service for the Queen scheduled …

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Airfare prices fell the most in these destinations in the fall

Share the article Last updated 4 hours ago Grab a round-tip ticket to one of these world-class destinations Travel prices are rough this year. There’s no way around it. A combination of high demand, rising energy costs, and labor and supply chain shortages in the pandemic era has sent prices …

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After a summer of spending, the dark clouds of winter are looming on the horizon – The Irish Times

Antonio looked awful as always, his face an angry radish of broken veins and three of his shirt buttons threatening to pop like a row of champagne corks every time he took a breath. He told me he hadn’t had a drink in seven months and felt like a changed …

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25 Cannon Street, EC4 – Redux

A renovated pocket park recently opened near St. Paul’s Cathedral and now features a large, polished reflection pond that allows photographers to see the cathedral reflected in the still water. That’s the theory at least, but what about during a heatwave when all the water features are off? Well, you …

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‘I don’t sleep’: West London residents call for a brake on road racing noise

To get the equivalent of a full night’s sleep these days, Theresa Stuart has to break her sleep into pieces throughout the night. The 70-year-old resident of the London borough of Orchard Park, near Wonderland and Sarnia Roads, does not suffer from insomnia. What’s keeping them busy – and raising …

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Experience the magic of London with theatrical sensations, super cool food and endless culture

CHECK IN to the West End for theatrical magic, super-cool food and endless culture, says deputy editor Ellie O’Mahoney and daughter Molly, four. When one thinks of London, the West End almost always springs to mind – not least the shopping meccas of Covent Garden, Carnaby, Regent and Oxford Street. …

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Are many New Yorkers infected with the polio virus? — precision vaccinations

NYC (precision vaccinations) When the New York City Health Department announced a case of paralytic polio in Rockland County, New York, in July 2022, it was the first reported case of polio in the United States since 2013. Because the patient had not traveled internationally during the potential exposure period, …

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Adult entertainment licenses are not popular with London councillors

Two separate motions to bring two more adult entertainment licenses to Dundas Place failed to gain favor with councilors after a tidal wave of opposition from neighbours. A public session before the Council’s Community and Protection Services Committee heard from downtown residents and neighboring businesses who expressed concern that the …

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The 10 best video games of the Victorian era

The Victorian era captured the imagination of so many developers and writers in the video game space, covering a whole plethora of genres. And players can expect more to come than Circus Electric and The excavation of Hobs Barrow will be released later this year for more titles inspired by …

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Londoners plan first new wild swimming ponds in 250 years To swim

A concrete, fallow industrial site does not call for a wild bathing paradise. But a community group hopes to turn the east London site – currently occupied by Thames Water – into what is believed to be the capital’s first new wild swimming ponds since the creation of Hampstead Ponds …

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Hospitality numbers stable in second quarter, but cost crisis threatens recovery

It shows that there were just under 106,000 licensed premises at the end of June 2022 — almost exactly the same number as in June 2021 and March 2022. CGA’s research recorded nearly 1,000 closures in the second quarter of 2022 as some operators deemed the trade unsustainable — but …

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Get off the beaten track in Bristol for history, culture and food

Is London sold out this summer? Or have outrageous dynamic pricing (£4000 worth of Bruce Springsteen tickets, anyone?), staggering admission prices at Madame Tussauds and – gulp – 8 pints squeezed your budget like a pimple? Don’t bang! We have an alternative: the alternative of the alternative, Bristol, less than …

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Fallow, Haymarket: “Some of the best food I’ve tried in London” – Restaurant review | meal

Fallow, 2 St James’s Market, Haymarket, London SW1Y 4AH. Snacks & Small Plates £7.50-£22, Large Plates £16-£40, Desserts £9-£16, Wines from £36 As we begin our dinner at Fallow in London’s Haymarket, a waiter brings a mushroom parfait to our table and then points to a shelf suspended from the …

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Tfl adds 500 e-bikes to Santander’s bike-rental program as costs soar | TfL

Transport for London will relaunch its bike-sharing scheme next month to include e-bikes – but will raise fees for some users to meet rising costs. The traditional initiative, which was used a record 1.3 million times last month, will be expanded to include 500 electric bicycles from September 12th. Users …

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What Britain is aiming for in a post-Brexit city

Placeholder when loading item promotions As early as the 1980s, the London “Big Bang” revolutionized stock trading and brought it to the top of the global financial markets. Following Britain’s exit from the European Union in 2020, the government is aiming for a different kind of ‘big bang’: scrapping EU …

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Haaland shines for Man City, United loses under Ten Hag

LONDON – Erik ten Hag has called for time after starting his tenure at Manchester United with a disappointing defeat. Erling Haaland didn’t take long to show the impact he will have at Manchester City. Manchester’s two biggest off-season signings had wildly different starts to the Premier League season on …

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SUNY Fredonia Choirs travel to England, performing and touring historic sites

An “unprecedented experience” awaits students in three vocal ensembles at SUNY Fredonia, who embark on a week-long tour of London in July 2023, giving them a unique opportunity to sing in historic locations. Visits to many of London’s most prestigious tourist attractions, such as Windsor Castle, Westminster Abbey and Big …

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Lioness Williamson receives the first freedom of the new town of Milton Keynes

E England skipper Leah Williamson is granted her hometown freedom after helping lead the Lionesses to Euro 2022 glory. Having helped end the nation’s 56-year wait to win international football trophies since the 1966 World Cup, Williamson will now be the first person to receive the freedom of Milton Keynes …

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Sadiq Khan faces growing backlash over ULEZ’s expansion plans

S adiq Khan is facing a growing backlash over plans to extend the Ultra-Low Emission Zone to the whole of Greater London, with City Hall Conservatives saying the potential positive impact is “negligible”. As the public consultation on the plans comes to an end on Friday, City Hall has released …

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Towering public tribute to Audrey Hepburn said to elevate city with “depth and beauty.”

A Windsor, Ontario-based graffiti artist whose work has featured prominently in streetscapes in some of the world’s most fascinating cities, is tackling his most ambitious project to date – an 80-foot-tall mural atop a former railroad bridge in St. Thomas. Daniel Bombardier, also known as Denial, is no stranger to …

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A list of funny Fantasy Premier League team names for Chelsea fans

While Chelsea’s 4-0 defeat by London rivals Arsenal is healing wounds for players and fans alike, Pride of London thought we’d take a lighter approach with one of today’s articles. Today we are going to look at the amazing game Fantasy Premier League. A cheerful, if stressful, annual test of …

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Protesters in the UK denounce climate change following a record heatwave

LONDON– Protesters took to the streets of London and the Scottish city of Glasgow on Saturday to call for faster action on climate change after record-breaking temperatures scorched Britain this week. Activist groups including Just Stop Oil and Insulate Britain led protesters in a sit-in in Parliament Square, London, to …

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It’s so hot, roads are buckling, they’re putting foil on a bridge, and roofs are melting

Last week’s deadly heatwaves have unleashed strange infrastructural events around the world as millions face searing temperatures that are still rising. The heat-related events also speak to aging infrastructure around the world, most of which – roads, bridges, railroads, buildings – are unprepared for the muggy conditions of recent times. …

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Live news updates: Hot weather will disrupt travel ‘more regularly’, UK minister warns

High temperatures have caused some rail services around London to be canceled © AFP via Getty Images Britain’s Transport Secretary has warned that heat-related travel disruptions will become “much more common” as the country’s infrastructure collapses amid an unprecedented heatwave. “A lot of our infrastructure just isn’t built for these …

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City centers will become permanent ghost towns if we don’t prepare for heat waves

Adapting to climate change is part of a depressing new challenge. It is time to admit that the temperatures we are witnessing in the UK this week will not be an isolated one. Businesses and politicians need to stop pretending that lightbulb readings of 35°C or more (which researchers say …

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Leaving London: Why a pair traded East Greenwich for Southampton

I In his well-travelled life, Will Wilkins has lived in some glamorous places, from Hong Kong to Dubai, Australia to London. And more recently Southampton. Will was born and raised in Blackheath but between 1995 and 2013 his career took him around the world. He met his wife, Kate Macdonell, …

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Plans for a new City of London skyscraper are unveiled

A new skyscraper could loom over London if plans to redevelop a property next to the old NatWest Tower go ahead. CGI rendering of the new tower (c) Arney Fender Katsalidis The site is 55 Bishopsgate which is currently occupied by a relatively low rise office block by city standards …

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Monty Norman, who composed James Bond’s theme song, has died at the age of 94

Signed up to play the theme song for “Dr. No,” the 1962 spy film that brought James Bond to the big screen, composer Monty Norman struggled to capture 007 in music. The song had to be menacing but also a little sexy, like the gun-wielding, martini-drinking secret agent himself. Mr. …

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London listing of up to £45bn looming as GSK investors vote to split | GlaxoSmithKline

Investors in British pharmaceutical giant GSK have agreed to spin off its consumer brands into the new company Haleon, marking the start of the largest London listing in a decade. Haleon’s shares are scheduled to begin trading on Monday, July 18, after GSK’s – formerly GlaxoSmithKline’s – investors voted to …

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Things to do in London this weekend: July 9-10, 2022

Every weekend Camden Market is hosting a family sports weekend WIMBLEDON: If the biggest tennis tournament takes place on the finals weekend, don’t worry if you don’t have tickets for Center Court. Many locations in the capital show the action for free, including Canary Wharf, Mayfair and King’s Cross. Just …

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The Cootehiller native receives the Dental Research Award

The prize is awarded for outstanding and sustainable peer-reviewed research. Released: Sun, July 3, 2022 at 11:10 am Last updated: Sun Jul 3, 2022 11:11 am professor dr Edward Lynch, a native of Cootehill, received the Distinguished Scientist Pharmacology/Therapeutics/Toxicology Research Award last month in Alexandria, Virginia. The International Association for …

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But only for quiet aircraft

London City Airport said today it has launched a 10-week public consultation on how to meet passenger demand ahead of a very busy chapter. As part of its plans, the airline is aiming for greater flexibility in Saturday afternoon and evening operations, as well as more freedom on early morning …

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The Renewable Energy Forum kicks off in London to discuss UK-UK investment and partnership opportunities.

The Renewable Energy Forum opened today in London and was hosted by the Saudi-British Joint Business Council (SBJBC) in partnership with the Mayor of the City of London to discuss investment opportunities and partnerships in renewable energy and clean technology. . Deputy Ambassador of the Custodian of the Two Holy …

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Proposed price cap for Russian oil draws closer at G7 summit | G7

A proposed cap on the price of Russian oil and pipeline gas to slash Kremlin revenues and ease inflationary pressures in the West found support on Sunday when G7 leaders met in Bavaria. The three-day event will be dominated by discussions on how to tighten economic and military vices surrounding …

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Met refers eight more child strip searches to police watchdog Metropolitan Police

The Metropolitan Police have referred a further eight cases of strip searches of children for independent investigation. There was outrage over the case of Child Q, a 15-year-old black girl who was strip searched while menstruating at school without a suitable adult present. The police apologized and a local council …

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Tributes to the ‘perfect’ mother and five-year-old son who were stabbed to death in Barnet

Police and paramedics discovered the 37-year-old woman and five-year-old boy at 1.37pm Tuesday in Brookside South, Barnet but were unable to rescue them. Homicide investigators continue to question a 37-year-old man arrested on suspicion of murder. He is known to the Chinese family. The mother is the 15th woman to …

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London must list electric vehicle charge

London needs thousands more electric vehicle charging stations (Getty Images) More than 10,000 electric vehicle charging points have been installed in London, but thousands more are needed to meet the expected surge in demand from motorists, it was announced on Thursday. The groundbreaking breakthrough came when the Evening Standard launched …

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Flair Airlines chooses unusual destination for first London route

It is a city known for its golf, gastronomy and breathtaking mountain views. However, Tucson, Arizona is better known as a travel destination for West Coasters, not Ontario residents. “We’re always excited about new flights from London, but Tucson came as a bit of a surprise to me because it’s …

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Tech Week is an opportunity to celebrate London and the city’s strongest urge: competition

Monday, June 13, 2022 7:00 a.m It’s more than a little tempting to think that nothing is working very well in the UK at the moment. Anyone with tickets to the Rolling Stones or cricket at Headingley next week will face a train strike, families looking to take a well-deserved …

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Londoners invited to vote on neighborhood ideas

By Ruby Sweeney June 11, 2022 7:15 am The City of London is asking residents to vote on a variety of potential projects they would like to see realized in their neighbourhood. City officials have unveiled the 2022 Neighborhood Decision Making Program, filled with lists of ideas aimed at improving …

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My 9 favorite markets in London

London is a diverse city with so many sights to see and so much going on – from theater performances and nightlife to unique dining experiences. In fact, London also has some beautiful parks frequented by locals just waiting to be discovered. There are also some great street food markets …

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Book recommendations for Pride Month: NPR

June is Pride Month in the United States and commemorates the Stonewall riots that began on June 28, 1969. They marked a turning point for a new generation of political activism. It’s an opportunity to celebrate queer people in history and continue the fight for full and equal rights for …

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The best steampunk games, ranked

With its swirling gears, ruffled mustaches, and glasses galore, steampunk is one of the most iconic genre styles ever created. While some reserve the style only for cosplay and Steam Powered Giraffe concerts, steampunk is taking some serious hits in the gaming world. RELATED: Great Steampunk Tabletop RPGs Whether you’re …

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Anne Boden from Starling Bank hires fintech from London

Looking out of the new offices of online bank Starling, Anne Boden sees the familiar, unassuming surroundings of the Welsh capital, Cardiff, rather than the skyscrapers of London’s financial district, the City. “We have great universities in Cardiff and we have great talent here, we use that talent to create …

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“I visited the lovely London street which is one of the best hidden gems in the city and it was like something out of a Hollywood movie.”

The most famous colorful streets of London are on Portobello Road and Notting Hill. But tucked away behind Oxford Street is Marylebone Lane. Although relatively unknown, its quiet charm makes it a must-see in the capital. The charming lane is considered one of the premier streets of the Marylebone area. …

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New, improved events are coming to London

25th May – There will be new and improved events in the Laurel area this summer thanks to the organizers and sponsors of the City of London Tourism Commission. One of the former funfair’s most popular attractions was the truck and tractor pulls – and these enthusiasts will be having …

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West End landlord Shaftesbury is benefiting from London’s skyrocketing rents

Tuesday, May 24, 2022 7:23 am (Photo by Dan Kitwood/Getty Images) West End landlord Shaftesbury has reaped the rewards of skyrocketing London rental growth as its portfolio’s valuation swells with the unveiling of the new Elizabeth line. The real estate investment trust has taken in nearly £19m in rent in …

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Plane overturned, power outages and downed trees as a result of Saturday’s storm

The weather quickly changed from hot and humid to blustery winds and heavy rain late on Saturday morning, leaving widespread damage in Greater London. Much of southwestern Ontario got a taste of the thunderstorm, with Environment Canada forecasting 100 mph winds and hail. Damage in the London area, including north, …

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Consultations begin on plans to expand London’s Ultra Low Emission Zone

A Consultations have been launched on plans to expand London’s Ultra Low Emission Zone (Ulez) to cover the city as a whole. Sadiq Khan, the capital’s mayor, is proposing to extend the plan’s boundary from the North and South Circular Roads to the whole of Greater London from August 29 …

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The Day – Like New London itself, the music scene is diverse

New London — Andrew “Suave-Ski” Camacho carries two boxes of flavorful pizza through the doors and into ArtFlame’s quaint studio in an artist-filled downtown corner of the city. Three aspiring artists are at State Street Studio: 19-year-old Krystalya “K.Rose” Arroyo-Casey, 17-year-old Demarcus “Markeyy” Green, and Camacho’s son, 9-year-old Cayden “King …

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The US removes the Jewish extremist Kahane movement from the black list of terrorists

COLOMBO: Sri Lankan authorities on Sunday completely lifted a nationwide curfew to mark the Buddhist holiday of Vesak, giving people a chance to celebrate as the nation weathers its economic and political crisis. The curfew was imposed on May 9 after once-peaceful protests turned violent, killing at least nine people …

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Speed ​​is king in the City of London first leg

The ten trotting divisions of the first leg of the City of London Series at the Western Fair District raceway saw an early pace on Friday (13 May). Racing at the raceway in the Western Fair District The quarter-leading horses won eight of the night’s ten $8,000 events. There were …

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Elizabeth line: London unveils new tube line, 10 floors underground

Placeholder when loading item promotions LONDON –– The world’s oldest underground rapid transit system — the beloved, smelly, iconic, clinking, overcrowded Tube — is on the verge of its biggest expansion in decades with the opening of the super-fast and library-silent Elizabeth Line, which promises to Transforming the city for …

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Road closure along Highbury Avenue between Hamilton Road and Highway 401 Wednesday – London

On May 11, Highbury Avenue between Hamilton Road and Highway 401 will be closed, according to a public notice from the City of London. The closure is expected to begin around 6:45 a.m. Wednesday and last until around 3:00 p.m. for infrastructure maintenance and scheduled ditching along the road. As …

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Pep Guardiola gives Mikel Arteta a chance to secure Arsenal’s dream double transfer from Man City – Bailey Keogh

Arsenal’s recently reported interest in Raheem Sterling means Mikel Arteta could land a double deal with Manchester City at a bargain price. The Gunners have also been heavily associated with Gabriel Jesus. According to Italian news outlet Calciomercato, Arteta wants Sterling to join Arsenal this summer. According to The Athletic’s …

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Racing in London attracts a lot of plodders

It was a big milestone for Sarah Doherty, who ran her first ever half marathon at the London Landmarks Half. The London Landmarks Half is a closed street in central London and the only half marathon to run through both the City of London and the City of Westminster. Runners …

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Kitchener-London’s bid for the Junior Ice Hockey World Championship fails

WATERLOO REGION — The world’s top U20 hockey players won’t be coming to Kitchener next Christmas. The Waterloo region’s joint bid with London to host the premier event was unsuccessful as Hockey Canada awarded the tournament to Halifax and Moncton on Thursday afternoon. “The work that has gone into this …

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London Weather: The latest forecast shows exactly when the city will be hotter than Ibiza, Malaga and Mallorca, with a ‘mini heatwave’ heading our way

The bank holiday weekend is proving to be a bit disappointing weather wise with overcast skies and showers of rain. The gloomy weather is expected to continue for a few more days, but sunshine and warmer temperatures are returning from Friday next week, with London set to get even hotter …

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Tucked away in central London is a high-tech greenhouse that grows thousands of plants for the city’s parks

If you’ve ever been to London, you’ve probably visited one of the eight Royal Parks. This wide green spaces in the middle of the city which includes Hyde Park, Green Park and St James’ Park are filled with stunning greenery and flowers. But this spectacle of beautiful landscaping is no …

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Kremlin denies allegations of blackmail in cutting off gas supplies to Poland and Bulgaria

International Criminal Court (ICC) Chief Prosecutor Karim Khan speaks to CNN on April 27. (CNN) There will be “a case to be answered in due course” on Russia’s alleged war crimes in the Ukrainian city of Bucha, International Criminal Court (ICC) chief prosecutor Karim Khan told CNN on Tuesday. “We’re …

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River Road Golf Course Clubhouse in London, Ontario. demolished after arson 2021 – London

Nearly six months after suspected arson burned down the River Road Golf Course clubhouse in east London, Ontario, crews are demolishing the building. On the morning of Sunday November 6, 2021, a fire at the clubhouse caused around $1 million in damage, which London Fire later ruled was arson. The …

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THE MONSTER OF LONDON CITY (1964) reviews of Jack the Ripper crime thriller

The Monster of London City is a 1964 German crime thriller film about a modern day Jack the Ripper reenacting real-life murders. Directed by Edwin Zbonek (The crazy executioners) based on a screenplay by Robert A. Stemmle [as R.A. Stemmle] (The crazy executioners; The Curse of the Hidden Vault; The …

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The bosses of Mace and Willmott Dixon sit on the building skills task force in London

The City of London Corporation has launched a new ‘Skills for a Sustainable Skyline’ task force which will work to define and address skills gaps around the construction, retrofitting and maintenance of low carbon commercial buildings in Central London boroughs. Among those selected for the taskforce are Hannah Vickers, Mace’s …

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A school girl’s fundraiser for the Hampstead Heath play area

Released: 11:47 am April 20, 2022 A school girl calls for more donors to support her bid to rejuvenate the Hampstead Heath Extension play area. Last year, Olivia White decided it needed a refurbishment and started fundraising by selling jam made from blackberries she picked on the moors. The 11-year-old …

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Mariupol in last siege; Ukrainian armed forces ‘will fight to the end’

Placeholder when loading item promotions Ukrainian forces resisted Russian demands to surrender in the key port city of Mariupol by Sunday, although the situation appeared grim as forces holed up in the bombed-out city, where tens of thousands of stranded civilians are struggling to access basic necessities. Analysts expect Russia …

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The UK’s best pubs and bars have been unveiled just in time for the Easter Bank Holiday weekend

The bars have a huge reach from Clackmannanshire to Cornwall and operators are hoping this is the stepping stone they need to continue the rising trade Almost 100 pubs and bars will party after being voted the best in Britain ( Image: Bloomberg via Getty Images) Britain’s best pubs and …

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London City Council is providing $71,000 to move a chapel for fugitive slaves

Breadcrumb Trail Links local news Publication date: April 12, 2022 • 3 hours ago • 2 minutes read • 5 comments Dawn Miskelly, left, Chief Executive of Fanshawe Pioneer Village, and Christina Lord, member of the London Black History Coordinating Committee, point out the proposed location of the Fugitive Slave …

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CoLA meets Solent Kestrels in the WNBL D1 Playoffs Finals

Credit: Luke Simcock/LSMedia The City of London Academy and Solent Kestrels will contest the finals of the WNBL D1 Playoffs later this month after surviving opposing semi-final encounters. The league champions swept past Anglia Ruskin University in a 67-38 win, while seventh-seeded Kestrels battled past the Thames Valley Cavaliers on …

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Macron looks to the stronghold of London in the tight elections in France

Emmanuel Macron once described London as the sixth largest city in France because many French people live and work there – and he could need their help when a tense presidential election begins on Sunday. A late sprint by far-right challenger Marine Le Pen threatens to cause an upset in …

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Herdy founders honored for their work promoting Herdwicks

Herdy and Armstrong Watson have collaborated to produce new characters The founders of the popular Herdy brand have been granted freedom from the City of London in recognition of their commitment to the Herdwick breed. Spencer and Diane Hannah were also inducted into the Worshipful Company of Woolmen. Spencer said: …

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Western student wants security concerns related to monitored points of use to be addressed by Carepoint

A Western University freshman has some major security concerns around the entrance to his Dundas Street apartment building. Nic Nemisz says the only access to his unit is through an alleyway, which is also used by people using Carepoint – a safe consumption and treatment service that helps the city’s …

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“I went in search of London’s ‘hardest pub to find’ and it was so worth it” – Amber-Louise Large

London is a city full of secrets and hidden treasures; and there’s great satisfaction in smugly telling your friends you know a place they’ve never heard of when you’re all discussing where to go for a drink on a Friday night. Ye Old Miter, a pub in Holborn, is the …

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What is the Donbass and why is it so important in the current conflict?

Damage following the shelling of pro-Russian separatist-controlled Donetsk in Ukraine on March 30. (Leon Klein/Anadolu Agency/Getty Images) Ukrainian military governors in the east of the country on Thursday reported heavy shelling amid an apparent shift by the Russian military to redirect military efforts to the Donbass region. “We clearly feel …

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Law firms compete for the top offices in London

Top law firms took over more than a quarter of all office space leased in the City of London last year, leading a charge for sustainable, quality jobs as firms aim to cut emissions and win the battle for talent. The 1.1 million square feet of space leased by law …

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Thousands gather in London to show solidarity with Ukraine | London

Thousands have gathered in central London to express their solidarity with the people of Ukraine who, according to the capital’s Mayor Sadiq Khan, have endured “unimaginable pain and suffering” over the past month. After Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy called for people to take to the streets to protest the bloodshed, …

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Boris Johnson pays tribute to Covid victims on National Day of Reflection

T The Prime Minister has recognized the “heroic efforts” of NHS staff and offered his condolences to everyone affected by the coronavirus on the second anniversary of the first national lockdown. Boris Johnson said those who have died in the last two years “will never leave our hearts and minds” …

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Russia-Ukraine War: Important things to know about the conflict

The port city of Mariupol in southern Ukraine was again the scene of fierce fighting on Saturday when Russian troops bombed the city and damaged a large steel mill. A local police officer appealed to the West for help, saying Mariupol had “disappeared from the face of the earth”. Mariupol …

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Humanitarian organizations lay groundwork for arrival of potential Ukrainian refugees in London, Ontario.

The London Cross-Cultural Learner Center (CCLC) has yet to get word on when Ukrainian refugees might arrive in London, but with the help of the London Ukrainian Humanitarian Action (LUHA) they have laid the groundwork that they will be ready , when they arrive here. LUHA chairman Marat Slessarev said …

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Naita semaj stories at Techdirt.

of the you absolute idiots dept The New York Post editorial board has apparently decided that some rights are more important than others. The Post has the First Amendment right to publish their opinions on other rights, even when they are clearly wrong. And she’s willing to do so because …

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The vibrancy of our lives, our careers and our city depends on a return that works together

Monday, March 14, 2022 at 6:15 am The return of workers to the Square Mile is great news for their own offices and for all of the city’s businesses that rely on pedestrians. (Photo by Dan Kitwood/Getty Images) Spring is in the air and the sound of footsteps is becoming …

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Loganair connects London City Airport and Heathrow to the Isle of Man

Loganair Atr72-600 G-FBXA © Ronnie Robertson on Wikimedia Commons Loganair, the UK’s largest regional airline, announced today that it will begin flights from the Isle of Man to London City and London Heathrow airports from next month, marking a major step forward for the Isle of Man’s air connectivity after …

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Is Chicago’s Terrible New Slogan To Keep Tourists Away?

Chicago’s new slogan aims to illustrate its impact on the rest of the world. Photo: Delivered On Saturday, Mayor Lori Lightfoot’s office released details of Chicago’s new branding campaign. Ready for that new slogan, that catchy phrase designed to attract new businesses, fresh residents and maybe some tourists to our …

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Letters from City Hall: Downtown Action Plan, Palace Theater Loan

Breadcrumb Trail Links local news News and notes from the committee for Tuesday’s full meeting: content of the article News and notes from the committee for Tuesday’s full meeting: advertising 2 This ad has not yet loaded, but your article continues below. content of the article The downtown action plan …

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Next stop, Sylvia Plath! Why it’s time to redraw the London Underground map | International Women’s Day

WWhen I was a baby feminist, I argued with friends that public space was political. I had been radicalized by my teenage years, fed up with street harassment from men who seemed to think the streets were theirs to roam freely while women were relegated to decoration. It didn’t happen …

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Ukraine war last: Sweden and Finland to strengthen security cooperation

Samsung Electronics, the world’s largest maker of computer chips and smartphones, has suspended all shipments to Russia. “Due to current geopolitical developments, deliveries to Russia have been suspended,” the company said in a statement on Saturday. “We continue to actively monitor this complex situation to determine our next steps.” A …

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London Tube strike 2022 LIVE: Grant Shapps slams tube workers ‘paying back’ taxpayers with strikes after Covid bailout

1646346600 That’s all of our coverage of the subway strike tonight. We’ll be back tomorrow morning. 1646338510 Allie Casey, Operations Manager of the NHS, stopped to snap some fantastic pictures of her walk home to Camden from Westminster. And even The Standard’s Sabrina Russello reports that London’s congested streets are …

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Alexei Mordashov: Russia’s richest man is now an EU sanctions target | The super rich

He’s the Russian oligarch who stepped in to keep travel company Tui afloat and pumped cash when international tourism ground to a halt during the pandemic. However, Alexei Mordashov – who owns a third of Europe’s largest tour operator and is its largest single shareholder – could become something of …

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Packers, Buccaneers, Cardinals, Jaguars, Saints play international games in 2022

After winning the World Cup in the 2020 season, the Buccaneers will lead the league’s expansion into Germany. Tampa Bay will host the NFL’s first-ever regular-season game in the country at Bayern Munich Stadium. The Cardinals play at the Estadio Azteca in Mexico City, where they hosted the league’s first …

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“Slava Ukraini”: London, Ontario. Mayor supports Ukrainian community amid Russian invasion – London

London, Ontario Mayor Ed Holder on Thursday expressed his solidarity with the people of Ukraine and with members of the Ukrainian community in London, calling on locals to show support “in the face of Vladimir Putin’s violent aggression and unprovoked wars.” . Holder’s message came hours after Russia launched a …

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The Taste with Vir: Two Cities

They are two cities Indians often travel to. And some of us, if asked, would consider moving there because neither city seems too far from home. Singapore and Dubai have a lot in common. Both cities only came of age in the last decades of the 20th century. Neither city …

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Time to build some homes for London’s future

Monday, February 21, 2022 7:00 a.m A few years ago, a small group of Twitter warriors coalesced around a single campaign slogan – build some damn houses. As always with social media trends, the energy and enthusiasm are now behind, but the point is as relevant as ever. Last year, …

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The Guardian’s take on the end of ‘golden visas’: too little and too late | editorial staff

IIn government, words are cheap, but actions and deeds count. Judging by the threats Boris Johnson and his ministers are making against Russia over Ukraine, one would think Britain is well-equipped to act on its warnings. Not so. However, when it comes to something British ministers could really control, like …

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Aeromexico resumes London-Mexico City service in April – Business Traveler

Aeromexico will resume flights between London Heathrow and Mexico City from April 1st. The airline will operate five weekly flights on its B787 Dreamliner aircraft, connecting customers flying from London to more than 42 domestic destinations in Mexico. The Skyteam member said the resumption of the route means over 330 …

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Sadiq Khan increases fares in London by 5 percent

Monday, February 14, 2022 at 10:22 am The Mayor of London has announced a price increase for rail and bus services in the capital in a bid to bail out struggling TfL services. London Mayor Sadiq Khan announced today that fares across London’s transport network will increase by 4.8 per …

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“Slow Roll” convoys are scheduled for Saturday in Huron and Bruce counties

OPP and the Saugeen Shores Police Service in southern Bruce County are warning people in the area of ​​possible delays due to a planned convoy of vehicles in support of Ottawa’s so-called Freedom Convoy. Police say they are aware of the event planned for Saturday and say motorists can expect …

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‘We thought it was the end’: London Underground passengers who fell 200ft in horrific elevator fall

There are plenty of movies about horrible things that happen on the London Underground – Creep and Death Line to name a few (not big features as we know) to make even the most frequent Tube rider of his next travel. But there are also many parts of the subway …

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Highest number of employees at their desks since Plan B was introduced

Traffic was at 52 per cent of normal demand at shopping centers and West End stations such as Stratford, Tottenham Court Road and Oxford Circus. Last summer, some bank bosses criticized employees for working from home while visiting recreational destinations in their free time. James Gorman, head of investment bank …

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Convoy slows London drivers for several hours

By Tamara Thornton February 5, 2022 7:29 p.m Traffic delays ensued where a protest convoy passed through the City of London on Saturday afternoon. The London Police Service (LPS) informed people that a convoy entered the city just before 2pm Early on, police closed sections of several roads around Victoria …

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London’s oldest pubs earn a mere £60 at lunchtime while Fleet Street becomes a ‘ghost town’

London’s oldest Fleet Street pubs could be closed after more city workers shun office life and opt to work from home. The bosses of some of the legendary street’s old pubs say they make as little as £60 at lunchtime. Before the pandemic, pubs would have been packed with city …

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Gavin Newsom, Eric Garcetti and London Breed were seen without masks at the Rams game despite LA restrictions

In photos posted online by NBA legend Magic Johnson, California Gov. Gavin Newsom, Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti and San Francisco Mayor London Breed pose without face masks at SoFi Stadium in Inglewood. One picture shows Garcetti holding a mask. Los Angeles County’s mask mandate requires individuals — regardless of …

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Winter Storm Cleanup Begins in New London | Connecticut News

NEW LONDON, CT (WFSB) — Heavy snowfall is still occurring in eastern Connecticut as conditions improve in the state. Steven Belgrade said: “It’s pretty deep, I haven’t seen anything like that in a long time.” Gusty winds, 20 inches of snow and tricky roads have brought Winter Storm Bobby to …

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The Justice Department has charged a man who allegedly sold a gun to the Texas synagogue kidnapper

Henry Williams, who was charged Tuesday with being a felon in possession of a firearm, allegedly sold a semi-automatic pistol to Malik Faisal Akram on January 13, according to a criminal complaint. Akram, a 44-year-old British citizen, held four people hostage in the community of Beth Israel in an 11-hour …

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As the city prepares for the future, businesses are rethinking their office downsizing

Tuesday, January 25, 2022 6:00 a.m Through: Tom Carroll Tom Carroll is EMEA Head of Research and Strategy at JLL The city’s pubs have come alive again after work-from-home restrictions were lifted last year (Photo by Chris J Ratcliffe/Getty Images) Shortly after Boris Johnson announced the end of Plan B’s …

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