Monthly Archives: April 2017

20.000€ shall be raised by the third annual Gibraltar Skydive event –

 The Gibraltar Skydive event will be held in June in Sevilla and organisers Michelle Manning, Alina Deac and Deborah Huxley are hoping to raise an incredible £20,000

Why you really need to look out for these white stripes in your raw chicken –

 Raw chicken breast meat is usually a pale shade of lightly translucent pink. But if you’ve been paying attention to the meat you buy, then chances are you’ve occasionally noticed a few extra white stripes on your protein. While seemingly harmless, an animal welfare group is advising consumers to be wary of chicken with “white striping” present, reports Buzzfeed.

RYANAIR has said it may have to stop flights from the UK for weeks or months after Brexit –

 Ryanair might suspend flights from the UK without early aviation Brexit deal. Ryanair bosses say the airline may have to suspend flights out of the UK for weeks or months after Brexit

An ‘uncertain final outcome’ of talks is to blame, according to the lowcost airline. It warns that if Theresa May does not secure an early bilateral Brexit deal on international aviation, they will halt flights from Stansted and other UK airports.

The airline hopes the UK will stay in the open skies scheme, which allows carriers to operate within the EU and and others in the ‘common travel area’ including Norway and Switzerland.

Ryanair’s chief financial officer Neil Sorahan said at a press conference: “Brits may want to consider staycations instead of going abroad.”

The airline said it is planning to pivot growth away from the UK, and that it will pursue growth in other countries including Spain.

BREAKING NEWS: 2 dead, several injured as vehicle drives into people in Swedish capital –

A truck drove into a crowd of people outside a busy department store in central Stockholm on Friday, killing at least two, according to reports.

‘LEY DE COSTAS’ – Three little words strike fear into Spanish marina berth owners, again –

UK-based Genus Marine has recently been informed that the ports authority of Andalucia is again intending to implement their long-ignored ‘Ley de Costas’ or Law of the Coast. ‘This is theft by any other name, a complete injustice. Owners must rise-up and protest.’

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