Ipswich named the UK’s top ’emerging destination’ in the 2020 TripAdvisor Travellers’ Choice Awards

1. KOCHI, INDIA A blending of small, ancient villages along India’s southwestern coast created modern-day Kochi. It’s where sunset strolls, dining on fresh fish from seaside vendors and boat rides through the islands offshore are all part of the charm. Kochi is a blending of small, ancient villages along India’s southwestern coast While visitors to … Read more

IN THE MONEY: Rio Tinto chief exec Jean-Sebastien Jacques

IN THE MONEY: Rio Tinto chief exec Jean-Sebastien Jacques lands a 27% pay rise to earn £5.8m in 2019 By Daily Mail City & Finance Reporter Published: 21:50 GMT, 28 February 2020 | Updated: 09:52 GMT, 29 February 2020 Rio Tinto chief executive Jean-Sebastien Jacques netted a 27 per cent pay rise in 2019. The … Read more

Harry Styles showcases his retro style in a lime green blazer and blue flares as he enjoys night out

Harry Styles showcases his retro style in a lime green blazer and blue flares as he enjoys a night out in NYC By Ellie May Donohoe For Mailonline Published: 11:29 GMT, 1 March 2020 | Updated: 11:29 GMT, 1 March 2020 He surprised fans with an intimate gig at the Bowery Ballroom in New York … Read more

Chinese facial recognition can now identify people wearing masks

Chinese companies specialising in facial recognition have upgraded the technology to identify people wearing masks in the wake of the coronavirus outbreak. Chinese company SenseTime, described as ‘the most valuable AI startup in the world’ and worth at least $4.5billion, is one of several firms improving its facial recognition to ensure a person cna be identified … Read more

Homes are almost totally under water as yet another storm batters Britain

Homes have been left almost totally underwater as yet another storm batters Britain – and father-to-be Boris Johnson still hasn’t visited a single victim.   Strong winds of up to 70mph, showers and snow across parts of Scotland and northern England are forecast for Sunday morning, with many areas waking to a frost and ice. There … Read more

Russell Watson on the ‘proper ups and downs’ of his 20 year career

It’s 20 years since Russell Watson topped the charts with his debut album, The Voice, announcing himself to the world as the owner of the finest larynx this side of Luciano Pavarotti. During the time since, the working-class bloke who left school without any qualifications has found himself regularly entertaining presidents, prime ministers and emperors. … Read more

Pictured: Racing driver, 36, who was hacked to death in the street with an axe ‘by man he knew’

A 36-year-old racing driver who was hacked to death with an axe by a man he knew has been pictured for the first time. Ryan Lowry was chased down the street and attacked at around midnight in Partington, Greater Manchester. He was pronounced dead at the scene.  A 31-year-old man has been arrested on suspicion of … Read more

A review of La Sivolière hotel in Courchevel 1850, the resort Kate and Wills love to ski in

As I check into the five-star La Sivolière hotel in Courchevel 1850, I momentarily think that the authorities are raiding the place. There’s a young man looking like a gendarme flicking through some paperwork behind the reception desk. Then I realise his dark-blue top and shield-style arm badge is actually the hotel staff uniform, with … Read more

BILL GALVIN: We can have a third runway at Heathrow WITHOUT destroying the planet 

Bill Galvin is group chief executive of the Universities Superannuation Scheme The judiciary’s decision to grant the appeal against the building of a third runway at Heathrow, announced earlier this week, was disappointing to say the least.  But we, as the largest private pension scheme in the UK and a major investor in the airport, … Read more