www.Ryanair.com website and app. Starting today, the airline said that there is a summer, with up to €30 off return flights across its European network, for travel between April and September 2019, which must be booked by midnight tonight. The airline said that customers should keep an eye on Ryanair.com for new on the the latest daily offers. Ryanair said that in addition to its week-long ‘Cyber Week’ promotion, it is also launching a bag sale with 10% off all check-in bags on all bookings made this week. Permalink: Ryanair launches an 8-day `Cyber Week’ sale starting today … [Read more...] about Ryanair launches an 8-day `Cyber Week’ sale starting today
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The late French rocker Johnny Hallyday has managed to posthumously beat the one-week sales figure previously held by US artist Drake. Mon Pays c’est l’Amour (My Country is Love) has sold 780,177 copies in one week, marking a sales record for France. During his lifetime Hallyday, known fondly by fans as “the French Elvis”, sold 110 million records, and is now on track to sell at least another million. Described by his record company as “historic”, Hallyday’s new album has sold more than Drake’s Scorpion, which shifted 732,000 albums in a single week this July. Writer Philippe Labro, who was a friend of the singer, told the BBC: “It's typical Johnny and since he has died, all the lyrics have a different dimension.” Last year, Taylor Swift attracted the biggest sales in one week in the US since 2015 with her album Reputation, with more than 1.2m copies. Hallyday, born Jean-Philippe Smet, recorded Mon Pays c'est … [Read more...] about French rocker Johnny Hallyday beats Drake’s one-week sales figure with posthumous album
Worthing Theatres and Paul Holman Associates are counting down the days their annual family pantomime, Aladdin, playing at the Pavilion Theatre, Worthing from Friday 30th November 2018 to Tuesday 1st January 2019. Spokeswoman Katrina Gibson said: “Following on from the record-breaking success of their 2017 pantomime, Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, starring ‘the one and only’ Chesney Hawkes, they have confirmed that this year’s festive offering, Aladdin, will be headlined by Lee Latchford-Evans of STEPS mega-fame in the title role.“Lee is joined by CBeebies favourite, TV presenter Rebecca Keatley as Aladdin’s love interest, the feisty Princess Jasmine along with award-winning comedian Vikki Stone who brings her unique comedy style to play the male role of the evil Abanazar. Completing the line-up is comic Mark Jones as Wishee Washee and Brighton cabaret star Dave Lynn as Widow Twankey.“The magical Genie of the Lamp will be a spectacular … [Read more...] about Worthing goes on panto stand-by with Aladdin just weeks away!
by Gordon DeeganA manager of a Co Kildare charity shop was sacked by the charity after not reaching the store’s weekly sales target of €1,175.However, the woman sued for unfair dismissal and the Workplace Relations Commission (WRC) has found that the woman was unfairly dismissed and the un-named charity has now been ordered to pay her €4,940 in compensation.The employer in the case is a subsidiary of a registered charity and operates 100 shops around the country in order to raise funds for the charity's services.The employee in the case commenced employment as a shop manager at one of the charity’s Co Kildare shops on August 31 2015.The woman went on maternity leave and returned as a shop manager at a second branch of the charity's shops in Co Kildare in November 28 2016.However, the woman was sacked in April 2017 for failing to reach the weekly sales target for the shop.The charity told the WRC hearing that the woman was given a sales target of €1,175 for … [Read more...] about Charity sacks shop manager after she failed to reach weekly sales target; WRC rules woman unfairly dismissed
EU justice commissioner Vera Jourova has called for greater scrutiny by EU countries that sell citizenship, and thus passports, to non-EU nationals who pay large sums or purchase expensive real estate. "The EU Commission is very concerned about the development of so-called golden passports," she said in an interview with German daily Welt. "We do not want Trojan horses in the Union" Jourova said. Read and decide Support quality EU news Get instant access to all articles — and 18 year's of archives. 30 days free trial. … [Read more...] about [Ticker] EU states urged to restrict ‘golden passport’ sales