RAK-SU have touched back down in the UK following an exciting trip to the US to work on new music. The X Factor famous group, made up of Ashley Fongho, Jamaal Shurland, Myles Stephenson and Mustafa Rahimtulla – landed in London yesterday. Their trip got off to a rocky start after Ash was delayed in joining his co-stars in the states after he admitted to stealing a t-shirt when he was 13-years-old. An insider told The Sun Online: “Ash was being honest when he filled out the forms and it caused a delay with him getting his visa. “He was only a kid at the time and meant no harm. “He wanted to be honest on his form and the officials were great. He only missed a couple of days with his bandmates in LA.” While in the states, the super-group got to work in the studio with some top US producers. Their next release is due to come out this summer but the boys have stayed tight-lipped about any details of their latest offering. MOST READ IN TV & SHOWBIZDALE'S … [Read more...] about Rak-Su land back in the UK after heading to America to work on new music
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This article is available to Members of The Local. Read more about membership here. 1. The basics First, it's good to cover the basics of what the return entails. The standard tax return booklet can be a scary-looking creature for newcomers to the Swedish system, but it's relatively straightforward to deal with for most. For lots of people it's a simple case of checking that all of the pre-printed amounts on the tax return are correct, then submitting it for confirmation. The most simple way to submit it is online, using either Skatteverket's app (which requires electronic identification in the form of BankID) or using their web service, which can be accessed through either BankID or the eight digit security code printed on the form itself. If there are no changes to be made the form can also be submitted by sending a text message including your personal identity number and signature code to 71144 from within Sweden, or by calling 020 567 100 and following the instructions. If … [Read more...] about How to fill out your Swedish tax return before you go ARGH!
Released on 16-06-2018 Modified 16-06-2018 to 12:05 This week on The Sound Kitchen you’ll hear the answer to the question about the winners of the Paris Marathon. There’s “On This Day”, listener news, great music, and of course, the new quiz question. Just click on the arrow in the photo and enjoy! Hello everyone! Welcome to The Sound Kitchen. You can catch the programme on-the-air every Saturday at 6:15, 7:15, 14:45 and 16:45 universal time. You’ll hear the winner’s names announced and the week’s quiz question, along with all the other ingredients you have grown accustomed to: your letters and essays, “On This Day”, quirky facts and news, interviews and great music, so be sure and tune in every Saturday. For our DX enthusiast friends: Our shortwave frequency is 11830 kHz on the 25m band, from 06.00 to 07.00 UT every day. We’ve had reception reports from Algeria, Australia, Bangladesh, Brazil, Canada, China, Columbia, … [Read more...] about The Sound Kitchen
Liverpool’s nightlife is known as being on of the best in the country with thousands flocking to the city to celebrate during the weekend. But it’s not all about the weekend, the city’s club scene goes off during the week too. From Monday to Thursday there are plenty of clubs and bars open with fantastic drinks deals too - so you don’t have to break the bank. From £1 shots on Monday to £2 doubles on Wednesday, here are the best clubs and bars open mid-week: Monday club nights Block Party at the Brooklyn Mixer is the place to be on Monday nights. The best hip hop, R&B, urban, grime and house music can be found across three floors and an outdoors terrace. The guestlist is free and better still double vodka and mixers are £3, selected bottles at £1 and there’s also £1 sambuca and tequila shots. For guest list entry - fill out the form at brooklynmixer.co.uk/block-party/ Blue Angel (aka The Raz) on Seel Street is one of … [Read more...] about The best clubs and bars for every night of the week in Liverpool
The Mirror Travel mystery picture for April has been revealed - can you guess where we are? Each month, we post a smartphone photo taken by Mirror Travel Editor Nigel Thompson during his travels - all you need to do is work out where he took it and you could win three superb illustrated DK Travel Guide books. Guess which airport has been voted the best in Britain by passengers - and which one is left grounded To give you a helping hand, we'll be revealing a clue here every week - so make sure to check back, and follow @MirrorTravel and @MirrorTravelEd on Twitter for updates! This month's picture is of a of a war museum, which is a tourist attraction in the largest city of a well-known country. The question for April: name the city. CLUE 1: Though it is the largest city, it is not the capital. THE PRIZE: The first correct answer chosen at random will win three beautiful illustrated DK Travel country or city guides of their choice, each up to a value of £19.99. For a full list of … [Read more...] about Decipher the clues to guess our mystery location and you could win a prize