News from The Week

Serena Williams announces pregnancy – 12 weeks after winning the Australian Open

Serena Williams has announced she is expecting her first child with fiance Alexis Ohanian, hinting at her news in a Snapchat message with the caption "20 weeks".  A representative has now confirmed the tennis star is due to give birth this...

Thursday, 12:57 in Sport
Art Brussels: A place of discovery

Art Brussels: A place of discovery

Billed as a 'discovery' fair, Art Brussels places precedence on not only providing a platform for new and upcoming names, but also a space where visitors can re-examine overlooked works from more established figures, both living and deceased. To underlin

Thursday, 12:10 in Auto
Celebrating twenty years of Urwerk craftsmanship

Celebrating twenty years of Urwerk craftsmanship

Watch design is an extremely difficult job. A new product must be sufficiently different to create a bit of a buzz, yet traditional enough to keep potential buyers happy. This is a very fine line to tread, as a new timepiece runs the risk of either alien

Thursday, 11:49 in Auto

Monaco end 13-year wait for Champions League semi-final spot

Monaco 3 Borussia Dortmund 1 (Monaco win 6-3 on aggregate) As Monaco strolled into the semi-finals of the Champions League on Wednesday night, reaching the last four of the competition for the first time since 2004 thanks to one of their more complete pe

Thursday, 11:14 in Sport

Juventus march on as Barcelona draw a blank

Barcelona 0 Juventus 0 [Juventus win 3-0 on aggregate) No goals, no drama and no stunning comeback this time from Barcelona. After their extraordinary exploits last month, when they overturned a 4-0 first-leg deficit in the second leg against Paris Saint

Thursday, 09:59 in Sport

How to cook the perfect steak

There is no such thing as a perfect steak, of course – nature doesn't work that way, and the flavour of steak is subjective. However, these are my preferred cooking methods. My perfect steak has a sweet, meaty smell and taste, has a flavour that keeps on

Thursday, 09:15 in Auto

Backlash over Daily Mail 'Crush the saboteurs' front page

Theresa May has distanced herself from today's Daily Mail front page, which enthusiastically receives her call for a snap general election under the headline: "Crush the saboteurs!" It added: "In a stunning move, May calls the bluff of...

Thursday, 00:21 in Auto

Who will win the general election 2017? The possible scenarios

The result of the 2017 election has been dubbed a "foregone conclusion" by some pollsters – but election predictions aren’t always so accurate. So what are the most likely outcomes on 8 June? Conservative majority This is by far the most...

Thursday, 00:21 in Auto
Naples and the Amalfi Coast: Pizza perfect

Naples and the Amalfi Coast: Pizza perfect

Italians are notorious for taking their food seriously, and perhaps even more so, are those from Naples, nestled in the region of Campania. This part of southern Italy was originally named by the Romans as campania felix (fertile countryside)– befitting

Wednesday, 15:23 in Auto

Soleil: St Lucia's Summer of Festivals

The Caribbean island of St Lucia has long been known for its rich and vibrant culture, breathtaking views, endless sun and friendly locals. But this summer, the island has even more on offer. To showcase its diverse heritage, St Lucia is staging a summer

Wednesday, 15:23 in Auto

What to wear for the London Marathon 2017

There's no underestimating the importance of high-quality kit when running a marathon, both for getting you through the months of arduous training and for ensuring you perform at your best on the day. A marathon requires a level of discipline that many p

Wednesday, 15:09 in Politics

General Election 2017: First set of odds predict Tory majority

Bookies have slashed the odds on the Conservatives taking the most seats at general election in June. Prime Minister Theresa May's decision to go to the ballot box appears to have been prompted by the ever increasing lead the Tories hold over Labour in t

Wednesday, 13:26 in Politics

RBS will almost certainly be sold at a loss, says Hammond

Royal Bank of Scotland shares will almost certainly be sold at a loss to the taxpayer, Philip Hammond confirmed yesterday. The Chancellor told MPs yesterday: "We have to live in the real world. He added: "Our policy remains to return the...

Wednesday, 12:55 in Business

S-Class 2018: Mercedes' lavish limousine

A facelifted version of Mercedes's S-Class limousine has emerged ahead of this week's Shanghai Motor Show. In recent years, the company's entry-level and mid-range saloons bared a striking resemblance to the flagship S-Class, leading Mercedes to tweak th

Wednesday, 11:05 in Auto

General Election 2017: What the polls are predicting

Theresa May and the Tories have been enjoying a wave of popular support in recent months, with opinion polls currently giving them a big lead. Theresa May's "gamble" in calling a snap general election is "about the surest bet any...

Wednesday, 10:48 in Politics

News Widget for Webmasters

Bring Eugene's son back home immediately

Realtime News


Mo Tu We Th Fr Sa Su
          1 2
3 4 5 6 7 8 9
10 11 12 13 14 15 16
17 18 19 20 21 22 23
24 25 26 27 28 29 30