Lifestyle & Travel

A.S.O. joins forces with AEG in the German market

Amaury Sport Organisation (A.S.O.), and Anschutz Entertainment Group (AEG) have agreed on a strategic partnership around their common goal to develop cycling in Germany.

'Cricket Has No Boundaries' Initiative

The 'Cricket has no Boundaries' initiative, launched yesterday, celebrates cricket's inclusivity and the role it can play in improving society

America's Cup Power at Sir Ben Ainslie's Fingertips

With the America's Cup finals looming, Land Rover BAR are unveiling their secret weapon

Friends Who Sweat Together Stay Together

New research by Virgin Sport reveals that working out with a friend is the key to achieving fitness goals and a stronger friendship.

The Middle East Eyes the Luxury Shopping Tourism Crown

Why malls in the Middle East are set to capitalise on this new wave of global shopping tourism

Half of Divorced Brits Considered Leaving Their Partner at the Altar

Four in 10 divorced Brits admit they had doubts before they walked down the aisle but almost everyone did not discuss what would happen if the relationship ended

A.S.O. Signs Partnership with Volta Ciclista a Catalunya

A.S.O. and the Volta Ciclista a Catalunya have struck a 5-year partnership deal focusing on image production, distribution of TV rights and sponsorships.

Extended Restaurant Opening Hours Gets Hungry Customers Fired Up

Edinburgh’s first smokehouse is expanding its opening hours to help ‘meat’ the high demand for its high quality barbecued food in the Capital.

Business Travellers Remain Defiant and Unaffected by Global Events

Data exclusive to the GTMC – the industry body for the UK’s business travel sector – shows that flights to Europe remain unaffected in 2016

MARTINI Celebrates Career of Felipe Massa With Iconic Car Livery Change

MASSA replaces MARTINI on racing car livery

Couple become first in UK to get different-sex civil partnership

A different-sex couple become the first in the UK to get a civil partnership in a ceremony on the Isle of Man

Dreams do come true for one-third of Brits, finds Nationwide

37% of Britons feel they have already achieved their dreams with money and ‘waiting for the right time’ were the main barriers to realising life goals