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CES 2019, one of the biggest events in the tech calendar, gets underway next week, bringing the latest innovations in consumer technology to Las Vegas.
The UK Drone and Technology Show Live will bring a selection of the world’s best drone pilots to Birmingham, England, this weekend to give UK fans a taste of the high-speed, all action sport.
Winter Wonderland, London’s yearly festive extravaganza, opens today in Hyde Park.
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Tonight is bonfire night, with firework displays set to take place across the country.
This week Tumblr, in collaboration with grassroots mental health platform Made of Millions, has launched ‘Seen’, an exhibition that seeks to harness augmented reality (AR) to lend new expression to perceptions of mental health.
London Cocktail Week returns to the capital for its ninth year.
Beer and bratwurst fans rejoice – Oktoberfest is returning tomorrow (Saturday, 22 September).
Tonight, the 2018 Primetime Emmys will be broadcast from the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles.
The United States’ southeast coast has started battening down the hatches as Hurricane Florence prepares to batter the area with winds of up to 110mph.
The world’s leading tech brands didn’t disappoint as IFA 2018, Europe’s leading trade show for consumer electronics and home appliances, got underway today.
The annual Venice Film Festival returns today as the brightest stars of the film industry descend on Venice Lido.
After another day of showers on Sunday, London is expected to see the sunshine return for the bank holiday.
Indie-pop legend and BBC DJ Cerys Matthews, once named sexiest woman in rock and now a MBE, has set up her own 5,000-person festival in Flintshire, near the Welsh border.
The day of Donald Trump’s visit to the United Kingdom has arrived, with the President of the United States set to meet with key officials and figures, such as Prime Minister Theresa May and Queen Elizabeth, at great expense to the British taxpayer.
It may be coming home now, but this time two weeks ago nobody expected England to make it to their first World Cup semi-final in 28 years, so you can be excused for leaving it this late to make plans.
The United States will celebrate its Independence Day this week, with most Americans set to follow up one of the many firework displays taking place across the nation with plenty of good food.
Players dash around Centre Court in their all-white outfits, while those in the Royal Box sip Pimm’s and snack on strawberries in their designer suits and fancy hats.
The English Football Association is reportedly in talks with the Welsh, Scottish and Northern Irish associations over a potential joint bid to host the 2030 Fifa World Cup.
As we approach the halfway mark of the 2018 Formula One season, the annual fight for first between Sebastian Vettel and Lewis Hamilton is hotting up.
We’re now approaching the back end of the 2018 PGA Tour calendar, but there’s still plenty to compete for.
World Cup Russia 2018 is kicking off today, with the first match to be played at the Luzhniki Stadium in Moscow.
The 2018 World Cup will get underway on Thursday.
Football fans rejoice.
E3 2018 will be the biggest event on the calendar for video game fans and journalists this year.
World Gin Day 2018 takes place on Saturday 9 June this year.
Millionaire density in the city-state of Monaco has hit one third for the first time, ahead of the super-rich descending on the city-state for the Formula One Monaco Grand Prix this weekend.
Nearly half of employees in the UK have experienced workplace stress, low moods and anxiety, according to a survey by mental health charity Mind.