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Apple's Shazam deal faces European probe

Seven countries asked the European Commission to review the purchase of the music identification app.

Life & Style

Your Ticket to the Real Spain: Toma & Coe

“The idea is getting a little bit lost. Magic happens when you’re spontaneous. We can’t plan it, but we can set up a framework,” says a partner in the high-end Andalucía travel agency, which plans trips to Grenada, Seville, Córdoba and beyond.

Business

U.S. Hospital Profits Fall as Labor Costs Grow and Patient Mix Shifts

One important measure of U.S. hospital profits last year reached a low not seen in the past decade, as a tight labor market and other factors pressure hospital finances.

Sport

Ahmed Hegazi will NOT face action for alleged punch on Danny Ings during West Brom's draw with Liverpool

The Egyptian defender's altercation with Ings was not spotted by the referee - but he still avoids a ban after an FA review

Travel

The $500 apple: What are the rules when it comes to taking food off flights?

​Frisked for fruit? Checked for cheese? Searched for seeds? Your guide to biosecurity rules

Business

National Golf Day Brings Congressional Meetings Along With Free Lessons, Clinics Across U.S.

PGA TOUR Superstore is offering free clinics while Topgolf will give free lessons on National Golf Day -- Wednesday, April 25.

Business

Zero good news on zero hours contracts?

It's true that the latest figures show that their growth has plateaued but there are still too many people on them who are being exploited and the Government's proposed response is woeful

World

Germany plans €1bn of new defence spending amid pressure on Nato from Donald Trump

Germany is reportedly considering a major new round of new defence spending as it looks to address serious equipment shortages in its armed forces.

World

Antiques dealer strangled daughter after fearing he was about to go bankrupt, court is told

An antiques dealer strangled his seven-year-old daughter with a dressing gown cord to spare her the "pain and upset" of bankruptcy, a court has heard.

Business

Richard Desmond's go-to legal adviser to become fourth UK law firm to float

A City law firm whose long-standing clients include newspaper baron Richard Desmond is on the cusp of becoming the fourth ever UK law firm to go public.

United Kingdom

How much plastic is in the ocean, why is single-use plastic so bad and what plastic can be recycled?

THERE’S a war on excessive packaging in a bid to curb plastics and clean up our oceans. But how much of it is actually in the ocean, and what can be recycled?  Here’s what we know… How much plastic is in the oceans? Up to 12million tonn

United Kingdom

What are the bank holiday dates 2018? UK long weekend and public holidays for England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland

IT’S never too early to start planning to make the most of your time off from work. To help your diary fill up with long weekends away we have pulled together all of 2018’s bank holidays in England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland. When a

Life & Style

Travel Nightmare? 5 Things You Should Never Do

When traveling, be prepared for the unexpected. Avoid making these mistakes if your plans are suddenly derailed.

Business

Valentine's Day proposals help Petra sales to surge 44pc 

Romantics popping the big question on Valentine’s Day helped diamond miner Petra post a big surge in sales, reassuring investors after a series of setbacks for the London-listed firm.

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