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UK economy improved in February despite lockdown The UK economy rebounded slightly in February amid the third lockdown but was still almost 8% lower than before the pandemic, according to official figures. The Office for National Statistics (ONS) said gross domestic product (GDP) grew by 0.4%, representing an improvement from a 2.2% decline in January, …

UK-based railway operator Hull Trains has announced the launch of Safer Travel Tool, a new passenger tracking technology to support social distancing when it makes its third return from lockdown on 12 April. Using the new tool, passengers will be able to find out the number of passengers on board in real-time. Data supplied by …

PORT OF MIAMI, Fla. – Gov. Ron DeSantis announced Thursday that Florida has filed a lawsuit against the U.S. federal government and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, demanding cruises be allowed to begin sailing again from Florida’s ports. “Today, Florida’s fighting back. We’re filing a lawsuit against the federal government and the CDC, …

The number of fully in-person districts continues to climb, though some New Jersey districts are switching temporarily to remote learning to stave off any spring break-related coronavirus outbreaks. As of April 5, 493 districts were hybrid, 130 remote, and 151 were fully in-person, the highest number of in-person districts since the coronavirus shuttered schools last …

Technology’s role in air travel in a post-pandemic world Top Stories / 30 mins ago Video Local lab behind pandemic help to get millions for ‘state of the art location’ Top Stories / 2 hours ago Video Medical marijuana companies, small business owners look to future of recreational marijuana industry Top Stories / 2 hours …

LONDON (AP) — Ryanair, Europe’s biggest discount airline, says earnings for the current fiscal year are likely to be “close to breakeven” as continued travel restrictions delay its recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic. The pessimistic outlook came as the airline said Wednesday that the airline industry is facing a delayed recovery going into the peak …

An Air New Zealand 787-9 departing runway 34 at YMML (Victor Pody) New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has revealed a two-way, trans-Tasman bubble will launch on 18 April at 11:59pm. PM Ardern said the decision to launch quarantine-free travel was made because the risk of transmission was low and the Queensland outbreak had been …

By Emily McPherson05 Apr 2021 23:41 Dr Kidd has been asked about the claims made by Melbourne GP Todd Cameron on Today this morning. Dr Cameron said the Therapeutic Good Administration (TGA) had asked doctors not to discuss concerns about an increased risk of blood-clots linked to the AstraZeneca vaccine with patients. Dr Kidd said …

Time for some more grounded travel technology, this time with me switching up my streaming system – and playing with a Chromecast with Google TV. How does it stack up? Trying something different… So whilst the H96 MAX box I have isn’t bad (not in the least – it’s served me pretty well, and still …

Cardiff Bay again left under piles of rubbish after hundreds gather to party The area around the Senedd building in Cardiff Bay was again left under a huge amount of rubbish last night after a crowd of hundreds of people gathered. The remnants of last night’s crowd in Cardiff Bay (Image: Steffan Rhys) People drank, …