Top 5 heritage destinations to visit in Ireland

It’s your last chance to take advantage of the incredible deals Aer Lingus has on offer for their transatlantic flights to Ireland from U.S cities! Next year Aer Lingus will offer 16 direct transatlantic flights to Ireland, and highlighting the schedule is the return of their Shannon service from JFK and Boston in March! Book … Read more

Ontario logs 780 new COVID-19 cases as seven-day average continues to rise

TORONTO — Health officials reported an additional 780 new COVID-19 cases in Ontario on Wednesday, as well as five more deaths related to the disease. For the most part, Ontario has seen more than 700 infections daily over the last week, with Tuesday being the exception with 687 cases. There were 788 COVID-19 cases reported … Read more

This is when the fourth wave will be at its worst, according to Discovery

Insurance giant Discovery held a media briefing on Wednesday, 1 December, to provide an update on the progress made in the implementation of its mandatory vaccination policy. The Group CEO Adrian Gore also shared some of the company’s insights into the pandemic. DISCOVERY PREDICTS PEAK OF FOURTH WAVE Gore said that according to Discovery’s COVID-19 … Read more

COVID Omicron Variant: CDC Expands Surveillance To San Francisco International Airport

SAN FRANCISCO INT’L AIRPORT (CBS SF / CNN) — The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is expanding surveillance at four major international airports, including San Francisco International Airport, to keep an eye out for the Omicron variant of coronavirus in travelers. Dr. Rochelle Walensky told a White House Covid-19 briefing that the CDC is … Read more

The Man Who Chases Australia’s Biggest Storms

It’s official: wet girl summer is here. The Bureau of Meteorology has declared a La Nina, but what does it mean for your beach Christmas and summer tan? Storm chaser Justin Noonan also tells us the craziest things he’s seen chasing the world’s biggest storms.  Source link

Four injured after Second World War bomb explodes at Munich construction site

A SECOND WORLD War bomb exploded at a construction site next to a busy railway line in Munich today. Four people have been injured, one of them seriously, according to German police. A column of smoke was seen rising from the site near the Donnersbergerbruecke train station. The construction site for a new commuter train … Read more

How Alleged Hinkley High Shooters Were Charged as Adults and Conviction Risks

On November 30, the 18th Judicial DA’s office formally charged three sixteen-year-olds — Larry Jefferson, Dalen Brewer and Diego Flores — as adults in the November 19 shooting in the parking lot of Aurora’s Hinkley High School that wounded three. This decision wasn’t unexpected. Prosecutors are more likely to accuse teens of adult crimes in high-profile … Read more