Has Life Always Been This Hard? Here's A Look At How Our Essential Services Have Changed In The Last Few Years
Day-to-day life certainly feels like it's changed since 2019.
Professor Linda Bauld and Doctor David Strain explain the main questions our readers have on coronavirus. From what the symptoms are commonly seen as to long lasting effects of the virus and whether it’s safe to travel by plane, we answer what you want to know.
The English Institute of Sport released guidance for athletes, ahead of the Tokyo 2020 Olympics – but the tips are handy for us, too.
A quarter of Ryanair passengers said cleanliness on flights was 'poor', according to a Which? survey.
One of those dead is a child, according to government officials.
A Ural Airlines Airbus 321 made an emergency landing in a field southeast of Moscow after a bird strike incapacitated the engines. The Health Ministry said 23 people were taken to hospital, but there were no fatalities. The Kremlin said the two pilots would receive state awards for their bravery.
Climate activist Greta Thunberg is heading to the United States for a climate summit. Having vowed not to fly, she's had to find other means of crossing the Atlantic. Thunberg is setting sail from the UK on the Malizia II, a racing boat fitted with solar panels and underwater turbines that produce electricity onboard, making the journey zero-carbon.
He was filmed doing a loop-the-loop before hitting the ground.
The industry must continue to support, understand and amplify the message that suffering from depression, and even being on anti-depressants, doesn't necessarily mean you can't fly. The result would be greater safety within the industry for all.
'That last conversation was just between me and him'.