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What Do You Do If You're Shell and Oil Is Plungin...
The price of oil may be disappointing to Royal Dutch Shell Plc (RDSA)’s top executives, but their hot dogs and coffee are doing just fine. Retail sales for the 45,000 gas stations owned by Shell...
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Royal Dutch Shell PLC
Wolves fan blog: Standing on the South Bank watch...
The Wolves team at the time, managed by Bill McGarry in 1970, had to live up to the high standards set by the Wolves team of the 1950s, which had dominated English football. Derek was a charismatic...
Read more at birminghammail
the UEFA Cup
Hugh Dennis's Travelling Life
When I was seven, I went on a school trip to Blankenberge on an overnight ferry and I remember watching the White Cliffs of Dover disappear into the distance. After that trip, our family always spent...
Read more at Daily Telegraph
New Year’s Eve: stay away from South Bank if you ...
Since first being staged at the London Eye on the
in 2003, the numbers heading to see the annual pyrotechnic and lighting display have dramatically increased from around 100,000 people in...
Read more at London SE1
The best hotels in central London
The Buglari Hotel, in London's Knightsbridge offers a 47-seat cinema, two-storey spa and impressive, high-performance interiors. Expert Rating The Wellesley, in London, is a Knightsbridge hotel...
Read more at Daily Telegraph
The best images from around the world for Dec. 17
Rescuers search for survivors in the rubble of a collapsed residential building in Makongeni estate in Kenya's capital Nairobi. A Pakistani camera man shoots video in front of a bullet-riddled wall...
Read more at The Globe and Mail
40 photographers team up to capture stunning Lond...
What's This?The Emirates Air Line in London lights up at night in new time-lapse. LONDON — Time-lapses might be pretty common these days but this one is spectacular. Earlier this month, more than 40...
Read more at Mashable
Battersea power station
Thanks for the sign
For most of us, the "Warren Wishes You Merry Christmas Happy New Year" sign on the
of the Allegheny River is as much a part of Warren's identity as Gen. Joseph Warren's westward gaze or the...
Read more at Warren Times Observer
Queensland: Bright lights of Brisbane
Eclectic, easy-to-navigate Brisbane is often overlooked in the rush to the Gold Coast, writes Carly Flynn. City lights bring sparkle to the dining precinct. Photo / Tourism and Events Queensland Jazz...
Read more at The New Zealand Herald
Simon Jenkins: It has a great history but the mus...
Denmark Street, off Charing Cross Road, was London’s answer to the New York street named after the din made by honky-tonk pianos. It was in Denmark Street that Jimi Hendrix and the Rolling Stones...
Read more at Evening Standard
Top 10: London hotels with river views
The interior of the hotel would be a challenge for anyone, given the nature of the building with its walls of glass and sloping structural pillars, but surely more imagination could have been brought...
Read more at Daily Telegraph
London county council
Wolves' Danny Batth surprises young Joel with ear...
So a Wolves superfan from Darlaston got the shock of his life when defender Danny Batth made a surprise visit to his home to treat the youngster to a box of Christmas goodies. Danny's visit to Joel...
Read more at Express and Star
Leeds railway station could be ‘remodelled’ as re...
Leeds City Station could be “remodelled” as part of plans to integrate proposed high speed rail links with the existing station, according to a new report. In response to a document published by HS2...
Read more at Yorkshire evening post
Leeds City Council
Government Approves New Power Stations
The Mozambican government on 9 December approved the terms and conditions for the construction of two hydroelectric power stations at Chemba, on the
of the Zambezi River, in the central...
Read more at AllAfrica.com
Council of Ministers
Garden Bridge: St Paul’s adds to £175m project’s ...
But opposition to Thomas Heatherwick’s proposed Garden Bridge shows no sign of abating, after officials at St Paul’s Cathedral registered a furious complaint that it would spoil views of Sir...
Read more at Independent
Garden Bridge Trust
Huge drilling rig in place in Ironbridge Gorge to...
Engineers at Jackfield in Ironbridge Gorge are stepping up their efforts to prevent landslides and reduce erosion. A rig used for piling work is being used behind the Jackfield Tile Museum to halt...
Read more at Shropshire Star
Telford & Wrekin Council
Communities and Local Government
Going with the flow
It might have been the fashion, or the company, the river or the food. Whatever it was, it made for a magic couple of days in Brisbane for Jude Hathaway. The invitation to spend two days and three...
Read more at Otago Daily Times
Gallery of Modern Art
South Bank's former Cafe San Marco site up for gr...
site set for new lease on life. Brisbane's riverside dining revolution looks set to continue with a high-profile
site that has lain dormant since the 2011 floods going...
Read more at The North West Star
Immersive fairytale theatrics: Grimm Tales for Yo...
Theatre Review Rushing to place an order for The Original Folk and Fairy Tales of the Brothers Grimm illustrated by my amazingly talented friend Andrea Dezso, I was disappointed to find it's not...
Read more at The Register
Hansel and Gretel
Walk of the week: Cameron Bridge to Leven
THE five-mile Thornton to Leven railway line via Cameron Bridge opened in 1854. In 1861 the Leven Railway and the East of Fife Railway merged to form the Leven & East of Fife Railway and the line was...
Read more at Scotsman
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