This February, the UK and Ireland will be celebrating the centenary of women’s suffrage.
Tomorrow evening the sky will be host to a rare lunar event — the first so-called blue blood supermoon since 1866.
Next month it will have been 100 years since the first steps were made for women’s suffrage in the UK and Ireland.
US president Donald Trump is going to be in the UK later this year it was announced today, shortly after Trump met with British prime minister Theresa May in the Swiss ski resort of Davos.
Every year on 26 January Australia is divided between those who celebrate the national holiday Australia Day and those who see it as a day of mourning.
German chancellor Angela Merkel told the World Economic Forum (WEF) in Davos today that isolationism and protectionism were not solutions to the world’s economic challenges.
Delegates at the World Economic Forum have heard how power can change the way our brains work leading to increased risk of sexual harassment and abuse in the workplace.
India’s prime minister Narendra Modi opened the 48th annual World Economic Forum in Davos today — mounting a defence of globalisation while calling for action on climate change and economic cooperation between nations.
The World Economic Forum (WEF) kicks off in Davos today, with the world’s global leaders, top business executives, and mega rich all laying out their visions of the future. As every year, many are wondering whether any of the meetings’ many promises will actually happen. The 48th annual Davos meeting has the theme Creating a
The Super Bowl is the biggest night in the United States’ broadcasting calendar.
The Super Bowl is the most popular sports event in the world.
In a bid to boost female representation at the annual World Economic Forum, this year’s event is the first ever to be chaired entirely by women. Previously women have made up as little as 17 percent of the meeting’s attendees, despite a 2011 quota requesting strategic partners to send at least one woman for every
This April will mark 50 years since activist Martin Luther King Jr was shot and killed in Memphis, Tennessee.
In February 1995 serving President of the United States Bill Clinton was joined by former Presidents George Bush and Gerald Ford at the Bob Hope Classic in what was a historic occasion for the PGA Tour.
Today commemorates the birthday of Martin Luther King Jr, a date that has been set aside in the US as a national holiday since 1983.
Today is supposedly Blue Monday.
2018 is barely underway, but tennis fans are already in for a treat, as the sport’s best players gear up for the ATP Australian Open.
There are few events more popular among the wealthy and influential than the World Economic Forum.
Following a successful preseason, the inaugural Overwatch League season will get underway this Thursday, as Shanghai clashes with Los Angeles and London faces Florida at the Blizzard Arena.
Augmented reality was expected to dominate video gaming at CES 2018, but so far it seems to be another big year for virtual reality technology.
The Consumer Electronics Show will play host to 4,000 exhibiting companies, 1,200 industry speakers and more than 180,000 tech fanatics eager to get their hands on the latest wares next week.
For those who own a boat, plan to own a boat, or just like boats, the London Boat Show is the place to be.
2017 brought us Salvator Mundi, Paul Newman’s Rolex Daytona and Robby the Robot.
The Sentry Tournament of Champions will kick off a new calendar year on the PGA golf tour this week.
We’re in for a celestial treat in January, with the second instalment in a supermoon trilogy coinciding with the first of the month, according to Nasa — the third will follow just two weeks later.
Whether you’ve had a cracker of a year or it’s been somewhat sub-par, 2017 is nearly through.
Today marks the shortest day and longest night in the Northern hemisphere — the Winter Solstice.
For many of us, decorating our house for Christmas only really extends to hanging a wreath on the door and putting up a tree.
New Year’s Eve is traditionally celebrated with fireworks and champagne. The world’s major cities host huge events to welcome in the New Year and thousands of revellers pack into the streets to witness these extravagant displays.
Tomorrow is the 2017 Winter Solstice, the shortest day and longest night of the year for people in the Northern hemisphere.