Qantas has set out drastic plans to axe 1,000 jobs, freeze pay, stop bonuses, and cut the salaries of its boss and board members, after the Australian airline issued a profit warning and warned that it faces “immense” challenges.
Daily game walks, hungry hippos, luxury camps, tented suites, sundowners, and river-facing decks
The price at which a single unit of the digital currency trades has risen dramatically in recent months
Virgin founder, Sir Richard Branson, believes that delays mean 'airlines, the public and the economy are all suffering'
The former Britain's Got Talent judge isn't known for his modesty
Richard Branson’s rail franchise set to work with the Government to finally deal with problem of unexplained spreading toilet odour
A raft of tantalising comebacks and a new radio show are testament to the fact that we're finally recognising the Eighties for what it was: a decade of peerless pop, says Pierre Perrone
Proposed new rules on pilots’ working hours could lead to air crews flying while “dangerously fatigued”, union officials have warned ahead of a key vote by MEPs.
Q I found pedigree Maine Coon cats available on the Dodo.ie website that were being given away to a good home. I responded and received emails from the person giving them away, who lives in County Mayo, which was near enough for me to meet the person, check the kittens were OK and collect them. At the last minute, the person said that because of family circumstances she had to go to the Isle of Man, so would have to ship the kittens to us from there, but would only charge the shipping costs and for the pedigree certification. This would cost more than £200 and seemed odd. I looked up the person, Dora Antoinette, on the internet and found that she had a Facebook page. The same face on the Facebook page appeared on her emails, so things looked all right. But I then did another online search and found that the photos of the kittens in the advertisement had been lifted from a website about Maine Coon cats. Is this a scam? ZW, Northern Ireland.
Delays as small as a minute are recorded as regulator sets arrival targets for first time
Where to go and what to know
Skylon will be capable of reaching Earth's stratosphere in just 15 minutes
West Coast main line company Virgin Trains is to take action against Network Rail (NR) over what it claims is breach of contract concerning train punctuality.
Expect the worst delays in the 'Sunshine State' of Florida
Sir Richard says 'something went wrong' with wager
Move is sign that the war between Britain's pay-TV and telecom providers is hotting up