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'We can work it out' says closure-threatened home of The Beatles

22 Aug 2020

LIVERPOOL, England "It's hot, it's sweaty, it's packed - that's its reputation from back in the day with The Beatles, and it's still a proper rock and roll venue," said Jon Keats, Director of the Liverpool cellar bar where Britain's best-known musical export found fame.

Irish drone operator bins fast food for medical drops

19 May 2020

Moneygall, IRELAND Ireland's Manna Aero should have been dropping off its first takeaway orders around a Dublin university campus by drone in March but then the coronavirus pandemic shut the country and its pilot programme down. | Video

Protective prayer at Northern Ireland drive-in church service

22 Mar 2020

BUSHMILLS, Northern Ireland With churches around the world helping to rein in the coronavirus pandemic by holding their services online, a church in Northern Ireland has taken another route.

Coronavirus care: Northern Irish supermarket prioritizes older shoppers

17 Mar 2020

BELFAST A Northern Irish supermarket opened one hour early on Tuesday to allow older customers to shop safely and avoid coronavirus-related panic buying, sparking similar moves south of the border in Ireland.

Coronavirus care: Northern Irish supermarket prioritises older shoppers

17 Mar 2020

BELFAST A Northern Irish supermarket opened one hour early on Tuesday to allow older customers to shop safely and avoid coronavirus-related panic buying, sparking similar moves south of the border in Ireland.

Leicester City football club owner's helicopter crashes outside stadium

28 Oct 2018

LEICESTER, England A helicopter belonging to Leicester City football club owner Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha crashed in a ball of flames in the club's car park on Saturday after a Premier League match, British media said.

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