In a speech to the Seventh Forum on Democracy, Development and Free Trade, held in the capital, Doha, Mr. Ban said globalization had made travel, shipping and communications much easier and made the benefits of trade “more evident than ever.”For this reason, he said there must be a successful conclusion to the Doha Round of trade talks. “The global trading regime needs to create opportunities for the poorest countries, instead of leaving them at a disadvantage.”Named after the city where they were launched in 2001, the Doha Round of trade talks stalled last year amid disputes between developed and developing countries over agricultural subsidies, but talks have resumed recently.Mr. Ban warned that if the latest talks fail, “serious damage will be done to those who can least afford it, to the multilateral trading system, and to multilateralism itself. Should this round of trade talks succeed, Doha will become synonymous not only with free trade, but also indelibly linked to development.”The Secretary-General told the Forum that while democracy was intrinsically valuable on its own terms, it also brought positive effects to trade and development, offering institutional certainty and stability and encouraging businesses to have greater confidence in a country’s economic outlook.“Democracy, development and free trade share a conception of men and women as free and autonomous individuals, capable of fulfilling their inner potential,” he said, stressing the closeness of the relationship between the three topics.He urged the world’s countries to work towards “truly free trade,” transparent governance and institutions based on the will of the people, and sustainable development and globalization that benefits everyone, and not just some of the world’s peoples.Earlier, Mr. Ban told reporters travelling with him on his four-nation official trip that he was frustrated by the pace of progress so far on the resumed Doha Round.While in Qatar, the UN chief has also met with the country’s Emir, Sheikh Hamad bin Khalifa Al-Thani, and its Prime Minister, Sheikh Hamad ibn Jassem bin Jabr Al-Thani, as well as Finland’s President Tarja Halonen, who opened the Forum.His last stop on the trip, which began in Italy, will be Damascus, Syria, where meetings with senior Government officials, including President Bashar Assad, are expected.On Saturday in Geneva, Mr. Ban concluded the latest two-day meeting of the Chief Executives Board (CEB), which brings together top officials from across the UN system.The CEB agreed to restructure arrangements for cooperation among UN entities to ensure a more transparent, cost-effective and coherent approach to developing common programmes, as well as to support the “aid-for-trade” initiative, which is designed to help poorer nations to take a greater role in the international trading system. 23 April 2007The current round of international trade talks must succeed, or the world’s poorest countries will slip further behind and the entire multilateral trading system will be in jeopardy, Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon warned today in Qatar as he urged Member States to re-double their efforts to reach agreement.
14 August 2008Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon today welcomed the results of the summit between Lebanese President Michel Suleiman and Syrian President Bashar al-Assad which was held in Damascus. In a statement issued by his spokesperson, Mr. Ban “notes positively the decisions to begin the process to establish diplomatic relations through an exchange of ambassadors, and to take steps towards the delineation and control of the borders between the two countries.”He encouraged both parties to begin implementing these decisions as soon as possible, in keeping with Security Council resolutions 1680 and 1701, both from 2006.Yesterday, both the Secretary-General and the Security Council condemned a deadly bombing in the northern Lebanese city of Tripoli, voicing hope that it will not impede recent political progress in the Middle Eastern nation.Mr. Ban “believes this attack should not hinder the positive steps that have been taken to return the country to normalcy,” according to a statement.
A Singaporean was detained at the Bandaranaike International Airport (BIA) today with foreign currency worth over Rs 15 million.The Customs department said that the Singaporean was detained while attempting to smuggle the currency out of the country. The passenger had in his possession 50,000 Euros and 50,000 Brunei Dollars worth over Rs 15 million. (Colombo Gazette)
The clean-up continues in Burlington two weeks after extreme rainfall left hundreds of basements flooded and other property damaged. Employees from the Christian Reformed Church are teaming up with the Red Cross and Samaritan’s Purse to help.CHCH’s Scot Urquhart is at the Christian Reformed Church in Burlington with more.
Home Depot 4Q results top Street on strong holiday showing, approves $18B stock buyback AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email This Monday, Nov. 17, 2014 photo shows a Home Depot store is shown in Hialeah, Fla. Home Depot reports quarterly financial results before the market opens Tuesday, Feb. 24, 2015. (AP Photo/Wilfredo Lee) by Michelle Chapman, The Associated Press Posted Feb 24, 2015 4:26 am MDT NEW YORK, N.Y. – Shoppers liked what they saw at Home Depot during the holidays, helping the home improvement chain beat Wall Street expectations for its fourth-quarter results. The retailer also authorized the repurchase of $18 billion of its own shares, boosted its quarterly dividend by 26 per cent and released a better-than-expected outlook for the year.Its shares rose 3 per cent in morning trading Tuesday after briefly hitting an all-time high.The Atlanta-based company posted a fourth-quarter profit of $1.38 billion, or $1.05 per share, for the period ended Feb. 1. Excluding a gain related to the sale of a portion of HD Supply, its profit was $1 per share. That’s well above the 89 cents per share that analysts had expected, according to a survey by FactSet.Revenue was $19.16 billion, also better than Wall Street’s projection of $18.68 billion.Chairman and CEO Craig Menear said during a conference call that sales were helped by a strong customer response to its holiday decor and gift centre as well as its Black Friday deals. Online business also did well, particularly during the period known as “Cyber Week.”Sales at stores open at least a year rose 7.9 per cent in the quarter, 8.9 per cent if only U.S. stores are counted.Strength was seen in categories such as tools, lumber, millwork, lighting, décor, building materials, kitchen, bath and hardware, according to Ted Decker, executive vice-president of merchandising.Like other U.S. companies operating overseas, Home Depot warned that the strong dollar could weigh on its performance this year.“If currency exchange rates remain where they are today, this would cause a negative impact to fiscal 2015 net sales growth of approximately $1 billion, as well as a negative impact on diluted earnings per share of approximately (6 cents per share),” the company said in a press release. “The low-end of the company’s sales and diluted earnings-per-share growth guidance reflects this currency impact.”But Home Depot is riding an improving, if unsteady housing market.The National Association of Realtors said Monday that sales of existing homes tumbled 4.9 per cent last month to a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 4.82 million. That brings sales down to their lowest level since April 2014.Homes did sell at a rate 3.2 per cent faster than January 2014 and Home Depot has been a beneficiary. The company this month announced that it would hire 80,000 workers to handle increased traffic over the spring and summer. It hired the same number of workers last year during the home building and improvement season.The company’s buyback program announced Tuesday replaces its remaining authorization of $1.5 billion. Home Depot has returned more than $53 billion of cash to shareholders through buybacks from 2002 through Feb. 1. The chain plans to complete $18 billion in buybacks by fiscal 2017’s end.Its dividend will now be 59 cents per share. The dividend will be paid on March 26 to shareholders of record on March 12.For the year, Home Depot earned $4.71 per share on revenue of $83.18 billion. Online sales climbed more than 36 per cent.The company expects 2015 earnings of between $5.11 and $5.17 per share. Revenue is expected to climb about 3.5 per cent to 4.7 per cent. Home Depot said that the low end of its earnings-per-share and sales forecast takes into account the strong dollar. Wall Street had been looking for full-year earnings of $4.50 per share.Chief Financial Officer Carol Tome said during the call that the outlook does not take into account any expenses Home Depot may incur in the future for data breach-related claims. Last year the chain reported a massive data breach that affected 56 million debit and credit cards. Tome said that the company will update its guidance when it is able to estimate the expenses.The Home Depot Inc. had 2,269 retail stores in all 50 states, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, U.S. Virgin Islands, Guam, 10 Canadian provinces and Mexico at the end of the fourth quarter.Shares climbed $3.38, or 3 per cent, to $115.66 in morning trading. The stock struck a fresh all-time high of $117.92 earlier in the session.Rival Lowe’s Cos. is expected to report its quarterly financial results on Wednesday.
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← Previous Story Austrian girls prepare against Brasil for WCh 2013 pre-qualifications Next Story → Bundesliga (Round 11): Rhein-Neckar Lowen remain unbeaten, win 30:28 in Gummersbach In a game which could prove important on the longer run, Neuhausen managed to beat HBW Balingen-Weilstetten at home with 34:29, and temporary leave the relegation zone and move to the 15th spot, just 1 point ahead of TBV Lemgo. It is certain that Lemgo and Grosswallstadt will give strong fight in their bid to remain in the league, so wins like this one for Neuhausen will surely mean a lot.Back to the game, the first 30 minutes of the game gave indication that it will be a very tight game to the end, with neither team making any substantial goal advantage. It went so until the 50th minute, and starting from then until the 57th minute, Neuhausen made a crucial 5 goal lead, which they maintained to the end, and won with 34:29. Nico Budel led the hosts with 8 goals, while Florian Billek was Balingen’s best with 5 goals scored. BalingenbillekbudelBundesliganeuhausen
Related Items:#magneticmedianews, bahamas, umemployment Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp Hurricane Jose Not A Threat to The Bahamas, For Now Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsAppBahamas, July 25, 2017 – Nassau – The Bahamas Department of Labour has completed a series of training sessions in preparation for the launch of the upgrade to its local Skills Bank and Recruitment portal. The software was first introduced in 2006, however an update and re-launch of this integral tool in the Department’s recruitment process has occurred and plans to launch to the general public is underway.The Bahamas Department of Labour continues to respond to the national concern of unemployment by providing access for job seekers and employers alike through this online data portal that will populate data and accordingly match candidates for suitable and available job opportunities. The upgrade is a component of the Ministry of National Security’s “Citizen Security and Justice” Initiative facilitated by a loan from the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB).Mr. A. Robert Farquharson, Director of Labour explained that the PCRecruiter portal provides the convenience for any job seeker or employer to log in to the portal anytime and from any location. Although, he continued, persons who need assistance or may not have access to get online are welcome to stop into any of the Department’s sub offices and sit with an employee of the Public Employment Services (PES) Unit who would be pleased to assist them with registration and navigation through the portal. He emphasized the Department’s commitment to placing Bahamian job seekers in roles they qualify for and desire and assisting employers in matching their job availabilities with the right employees.Director Farquharson continued that, “The effectiveness of the system is hinged on the registration of job seekers as well as the registration of employers with job opportunities they wish to fill. The inventory of available jobs will be easily accessible once employers enter their job vacancies in the skills bank. The process for employers requires them signing in and editing their registration information; if they have already enrolled in the Skills Bank. For employers across The Bahamas who have not yet registered, they are all encouraged to do so once the portal goes live. They will be able to create or edit job vacancies, view interviews from job seekers or browse the database of job seekers.”“Job seekers must also register in the online skills bank and thereafter will be able to view job vacancies, post a resume, enquire about jobs and update their account and resume information periodically. Also, there are no fees associated with the use of this service”, stated Mr. Farquharson.Mrs. Patrenda D. Russell-Brice, Deputy Director of Labour stated that “the Department also welcomes employed individuals wanting to explore their options.” They are encouraged to register their skills and qualifications into the skills database system. Similarly, students or citizens residing abroad who are desirous of returning home and wish to secure employment options in advance are encouraged to register.She further commented that she is excited to advise that “high schools and other local institutions of higher education, such as the University of The Bahamas, can look forward to teams from the Department’s Public Employment Services Unit scheduling tours and visits to their campuses in order to encourage students preparing to enter the work force to register with the skills bank.”Bahamians living abroad who are considering returning home and wish to begin seeking employment locally are encouraged to register on the portal as well. The recruitment portal will be available through The Bahamas Government website’s Department of Labour page.The date of an official launch to the general public will be announced shortly.Job seekers and employers may visit any Department of Labour sub-office in New Providence or the Family Islands. New Providence locations include Rosetta Street, Robinson Road and Carmichael Road. Family Island locations include Grand Bahama, Eleuthera, Abaco, Exuma, Andros and Bimini. Bi-lateral talks with Bahamas to resume, UK gives green light to high-level TCI delegation Bahamian music legend gunned down at home in Turks and Caicos Recommended for you
This week, Hearst revealed that it’s launching a free weekly magazine within the New York metro area. TrendingNY will begin distribution on Sept. 8, with 50,000 print issues. The initial plan is to run four test issues through Sept. 30. According to WWD, Hearst says that it may continue to publish the magazine if it performs well during its test run, but is not ready to commit to any kind of frequency expectation.The magazine will target millennial women with interests in fashion and beauty. The content within the book will be quick, easily consumable content. The debut issue will be 48 pages and will carry around 18 to 20 ad pages. Hearst worked with Priest + Grace to develop the design. And former Harper’s BAZAAR features editor Emily Cronin will edit the pilot issues.
Some of what makes festivals so unforgettable are the performances by newcomers and emerging artists. With many more expected on Firefly’s multiple stages, a few who we’ve written about or spoken to include Alison Wonderland, Brockhampton, Dashboard Confessional, GRiZ, Kygo, Gucci Mane, Jessie Reyez, Snail Mail, Walk The Moon, and Young The Giant.For your chance to see what makes “the east coast’s largest music and camping festival” unforgettable at The Woodlands beside Dover International Speedway, tickets and special packages go on sale Friday Dec. 14 at the Firefly Festival website.Primavera Sound 2019 Features A “New Normal” Equal-Gender LineupRead more News Email https://www.instagram.com/p/BrOTzsFgtkn Twitter Facebook Find out who will headline and who will serve as supporting acts at next year’s Delaware festPhilip MerrillGRAMMYs Dec 12, 2018 – 1:37 pm The Firefly Music Festival 2019 lineup was announced on Dec. 11 for next summer, June 21–23, in Dover, Delaware. The eighth annual, open-air fest features headliners Panic! At The Disco, Post Malone and Travis Scott. All three are past or present GRAMMY nominees.GRAMMY winners in the lineup include TLC, Vampire Weekend and Zedd. Artists who received GRAMMY nominations, on the bill, include Courtney Barnett, Death Cab For Cutie, DJ Snake, and Tyler, The Creator. Firefly Festival 2019 Lineup Announced With Panic! At The Disco & More Firefly Festival 2019 Lineup Announced firefly-festival-2019-lineup-announced-panic-disco-more
WILMINGTON, MA — Wilmington Little League is pleased to announce its first annual Parent Night Out Event on Saturday, May 17, 2019, from 7:30pm to 11:30pm, at the Tewksbury-Wilmington Elks Lodge (777 South Street).This fundraising event will include Rock ‘N Roll Bingo with DJ Dave Glinner, raffle baskets from our teams and a 50/50 raffle. Outside food may be brought into the facility, but not beverages. There will be a cash bar.Tickets cost $20 per person and can be purchased online HERE. If you are looking to sit with a group of friends and would like to reserve a table (up to 10 people), email Jaret Balter (firstname.lastname@example.org).(NOTE: The above announcement is from Wilmington Little League.)Like Wilmington Apple on Facebook. Follow Wilmington Apple on Twitter. Follow Wilmington Apple on Instagram. Subscribe to Wilmington Apple’s daily email newsletter HERE. Got a comment, question, photo, press release, or news tip? Email email@example.com.Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading… RelatedWilmington Little League To Hold Rock ‘N Roll Bingo Fundraiser On May 17In “Sports”5 Things To Do In Wilmington On Friday, May 17, 2019In “5 Things To Do Today”Wilmington Youth Soccer To Hold Parents Night Out & Cornhole Tournament On June 7In “Sports”
Rahima from Keraniganj in Dhaka (2nd from the right) briefs newsmen at a press conference organised by Occupational Safety, Health and Environment Foundation (OSHE) Bangladesh at Dhaka Reporters Unity on Sunday Photo: Prothom Alo”Whenever I wanted to talk to my relatives, my employers misbehaved with me. They did not pay me. They did not give me enough food. I had to slog hard day and night. At one point I fled and went to the Bangladesh embassy,” said Rahima Khatun, a migrant worker who returned from Saudi Arabia a few months ago, narrating her ordeal abroad while speaking to Prothom Alo.Rahima, from Keraniganj in Dhaka, was talking to this correspondent on the sidelines of a press conference organised by Bangladesh Occupational Safety, Health and Environment Foundation (OSHE) at Dhaka Reporters Unity on Sunday morning.Rahima said a large number of Bangladeshi women migrants are allegedly tortured and abused in Saudi Arabia.The Bangladesh embassy is doing nothing for them, she alleged.”I stayed at the embassy shelter home for 20 days. There were about 5,000 women. I saw two women giving birth and around 250 women pregnant,” said Rahima who managed to return home as one of her relative in Saudi Arabia bought her a ticket. “Those who have no relatives in Saudi Arabia can hardly return,” she said.”When I was at the shelter home, a woman from Sylhet said her employer took her to different hotels at night. One day she fled and came to the shelter home,” Rahima Khatun added.Rahima, who now works as a day labourer in her locality, also alleged she did not get any money in five months although she spent Tk 150,000 to go to Saudi Arabia.Like Rahima, many female migrants face the same fate in the destination countries including Saudi Arabia, Lebanon, Qatar, Malaysia and Oman.According to the government statistics, a total of 973,000 migrants have gone abroad between January and November 2017. Of them, a total of 118,000 are women.OSHE executive director AR Chowdhury Repon said the migrant workers bring in a huge amount of foreign currency by dint of their labout abroad. They contribute to the development of the country.While working abroad, the migrants suffer from various health complications and they have to work under stress and in an unhealthy environment, he said.In a written statement, OSHE vice chairman SM Morshed said a total of 3154 dead bodies arrive from different countries between January and November 2017.”We think these are not normal deaths. We think the government should investigate the main cause of deaths of the migrants,” he added.Morshed said the health officers of factories generally put down cardiac arrest as the cause of death.Bangladesh Occupational Safety, Health and Environment Foundation at the press conference made a 9-point demand to ensure safety and security of the migrants.The demands are: Health and safety issues have to be included in the training and briefing of the bureau of manpower, employment and training, aspirant migrants have to be informed about their rights in the destination country, health of out-bound migrants and returnees have to be checked at government hospitals and occupational safety and health helpline has to be launched at the labour wings.
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Ethiopian wins African Cargo Airline of the Year AwardEthiopian Airlines, the largest cargo operator in Africa, has been awarded the African Cargo Airline of the Year Award during the 2017 Air Cargo Africa Conference held in Johannesburg from 21st to 23rd February 2017.Air Cargo Africa 2017 has been organized by STAT Media Group in celebration of excellence in the industry while supporting Africa’s steady growth. Winners have been selected through two rounds of online polling by worldwide readers of the magazine.While receiving the award, Group CEO Ethiopian Airlines, Mr. Tewolde GebreMariam, remarked: “Readers of STAT Trade Times across the globe have spoken and voted Ethiopian as ‘African Cargo Airline of the Year’. I would like to thank them all for their strong vote of confidence, which reiterates Ethiopian efficient global cargo service. The credit for this prestigious recognition goes to our strong workforce, especially, I would like to congratulate our cargo team for the job well done.Ethiopian Cargo has been growing at a very fast pace and will continue to do so. In order to support the fast growth that we are planning and to make Addis Ababa as one of the best Cargo hubs between Africa, Europe, The Americas, Middle East and Asia, we have built a new Cargo Terminal which can accommodate 600,000 tons per annum at a total cost of USD 115 million. The new Terminal 2 combined with the existing Terminal 1 will give a total tonnage capacity of 1 million per annum. Moreover, this year alone, Ahmedabad, São Paulo, and Orlando will join our global cargo network.”Ethiopian Cargo serves 36 freighter destinations operating the longest range twin-engine freighter aircrafts in the world, 6 B777-200 LR freighters as well as 2 B757F with a capacity of 103 and 35 tons each respectively.Ethiopian is a multi-award winning airline. Ethiopian was recently named Airline of the Year, for the fifth consecutive year, by African Airlines Association (AFRAA), SkyTrax World Airline Award for Best Airline Staff in Africa, Best African Cargo Airline of the Year Award, and Passenger Choice Award for Best Airline in Africa.About EthiopianEthiopian Airlines (Ethiopian) is the fastest growing Airline in Africa. In its seven decades of operation, Ethiopian has become one of the continent’s leading carriers, unrivalled in efficiency and operational success.Ethiopian commands the lion’s share of the pan-African passenger and cargo network operating the youngest and most modern fleet to more than 90 international destinations across five continents. Ethiopian fleet includes ultra-modern and environmentally friendly aircraft such as Airbus A350, Boeing 787, Boeing 777-300ER, Boeing 777-200LR, Boeing 777-200 Freighter, Bombardier Q-400 double cabin with an average fleet age of five years. In fact, Ethiopian is the first airline in Africa to own and operate these aircraft.Ethiopian is currently implementing a 15-year strategic plan called Vision 2025 that will see it become the leading aviation group in Africa with seven business centers: Ethiopian Domestic and Regional Airline; Ethiopian International Passenger Airline; Ethiopian Cargo; Ethiopian MRO; Ethiopian Aviation Academy; Ethiopian In-flightCatering Services; and Ethiopian Ground Service. Ethiopian is a multi-award winning airline registering an average growth of 25% in the past seven years.Source = Ethiopian Airlines
Who said Belgium was boring? From beer to blue people (Smurfs!), Brussels has plenty to keep you entertained. 2. Beer at CantillionBelgium is famed for its delicious brews so if beer is your tipple, be sure to swing by the Cantillion. A trip back to early brewing times where nothing has changed since 1900, you’ll learn all about how Belgian beer is made the traditional way. And of course you’ll be able to sip a sample or two; choose from Grand Cu, Lou Pepe, Iris, or Kriek.3. Chocolate at the Cocoa and Chocolate MuseumChocoholics rejoice! Belgium has some of the best choc in the world and you can see it and sample it here at the Cocoa and Chocolate Museum. Located just off Brussels’ main market square, step into the history of chocolate, from the Aztec and Mayans who discovered it, through to the Europeans who refined it. The highlight is a live demo of praline-making by a master chocolatier – and of course you’ll get to try that too. 4. Mini-EuropeNot got enough time to visit all of Europe’s ‘must sees’? No problem! You can do it all in miniature at Mini-Europe where a whistle-stop tour of Europe’s most famous attractions will take just a couple of hours. From a small Big Ben to the mini-eruptions of Vesuvius – see the best of the old continent here.5. Enter the AtomiumBrussels’ most famous landmark, this shiny set of balls and bonds was modelled on a molecule of iron and built for the 1958 World Fair. Five of the nine spheres are open to the public and each holds a different exhibition. Top off your atomic experience with a Belgium bite in the upper sphere where you can dine whilst enjoying the view of the city below. Bmi fly to Brussels from East Midlands, Edinburgh and Leeds-Bradford. Visit flybmi.com for more information.ReturnOne wayMulti-cityFromAdd nearby airports ToAdd nearby airportsDepart14/08/2019Return21/08/2019Cabin Class & Travellers1 adult, EconomyDirect flights onlySearch flights Map We reveal five reasons to visit the Belgium capital and with bmi flights from East Midlands, Edinburgh and Leeds-Bradford, now’s a great time to explore this often underrated city. Just visit flybmi.com for more information.1. Belgian Comic Strip CentreWith more than 700 comic strip authors, Belgium claims the title of more comic strip articles per square mile than other country. And with the new Tintin film just out, the Comic Strip Center – an ode to Belgium’s greatest cartoon characters – is set to become even more of an institution. Inside you’ll find exhibitions from the country’s most loved comics and cartoons such as Tintin, The Smurfs, Spirou and more! RelatedLocal’s guide to Brussels: best things to see and doBrussels: it’s not all beer, mussels, chips, waffles and chocolate. But that’s a good start. We show you 10 fun things to do in Brussels that you shouldn’t miss.Top 10 things to do in BelgiumThink Belgium, think boring? Or chocolate, waffles and beer? From food to festivals, discover the real Belgium.Top 9 things to do in BrugesFrom beer to Benedictine nuns, check out the best things Bruges has to offer.
16. UkraineWith a name translating literally as ‘borderland’, Ukraine is still thought of as a mysterious unknown, at Europe’s most easterly edge. Its geography is characterised by broad grassy plains or ‘steppe’, its culture by lingering Soviet influences, many of which can be observed simply by walking the streets of Kyiv and standing beneath the severe facade of the Government Building. But as the host of Eurovision 2017 (May 9 to 13) this huge and diverse country is welcoming more and more curious visitors, and those who come will find flights appealingly cheap and living costs low. Toast your new-found friends in a Kyiv pub like Solomyanska Brovarnya, with tasting glasses from local breweries starting at 70p. With the money you save, opt for an unusual excursion like visiting Chernobyl and Pripyat, site of the 1986 nuclear disaster and now an eerie ghost town of skeleton ferris wheels and abandoned houses.Cheapest flights:Flights to Kyiv start from £49 return.Find cheap flights to UkraineAccommodation: From £182Price of beer: £0.50Average cost of dinner for two: £15Cost of activities: Visit Kyiv’s most interesting attraction, Kiev Pechersk Lavra or ‘Monastery of the Caves’, for £2.50 7. PortugalBoth the south coast of Portugal and beautiful city break destinations like Porto make good value holidays for UK travellers, with a plethora of budget airlines like easyJet, Ryanair and Jet2 queuing up to offer competitive prices. With one way flights from under £20, Faro offers some of the best bargains, and the town itself is much more than just the ‘gateway to the Algarve’; there’s an attractive old town to explore, plus salt pans, lagoon islands and beaches right next door. If you head inland to the fortress town of Silves, you might find your holiday budget buys more, and hanging out with the locals in the al fresco cafes can be a refreshingly authentic experience compared to the beach resorts. You don’t need your own car in the Algarve either – bus services run regularly between major stops like Lago and Albufeira, and cost only a few euros a pop.Cheapest flights:Fly to Faro from £36 return.Find cheap flights to PortugalAccommodation: From £336Price of beer: £1.65Average cost of dinner for two: £25Cost of activities: Take a guided nature tour of the Algarve’s Ria Formosa coastal park for £25 4. MoroccoLive it up in Morocco for a fraction of the cost; a 5-star hotel here can cost under £60 a night! Flights to Marrakech from the UK remain some of the cheapest around, starting from £29 one way. Budget airlines like Ryanair have also started offering Rabat as a destination if you fancy an alternative Moroccan holiday. This seaside capital offers the best of both worlds: the joy of getting lost amidst the smells of shisha and mint tea in the Kasbah of the Oudaias, combined with a handy beach just around the corner. It’s less crowded than Marrakech too, so not only will you find fewer tourists, but your dirham will likely buy you more souvenirs in the souks, and a cheap curry can be as little as £2.50.Cheapest flights:Flights to Rabat start from £47 return.Find cheap flights to MoroccoAccommodation: From £329Price of beer: £2Average cost of dinner for two: £11Cost of activities: Head out into the desert on camel-back, with camel safaris starting from £29 for half a day, with food often included 9. RussiaMoscow offered some of the cheapest average flight prices from the UK in 2016, so there’s no excuse not to tick Russia off your bucket list this year. The capital has architectural and cultural drama in droves, from the walled-off buildings within the Kremlin to the strange sight of Lenin’s embalmed body (which, incidentally, is free to view). One of the city’s finest attractions is its stately Metro system, with stations like Kiyevskaya mini-masterpieces of Baroque design; tickets start from the equivalent of just 70p! Izia Grill is a good place to have a drink with the locals – forget skimping with shots of vodka, the cocktails start from just over £4 here.Cheapest flights:Flights to Moscow from £120.Find cheap flights to RussiaAccommodation: From £227Price of beer: £1Average cost of dinner for two: £35Cost of activities: Admire the iconic onion domes of St Basil’s Cathedral for under £5 3. Canary Islands, SpainSpain continues to be a popular – and astonishingly cheap – holiday option for UK travellers. You can fly direct to Gran Canaria for £22 and be soaking up some well-earned Vitamin D on Maspalomas Beach in a matter of hours. The dunes here form part of a protected nature reserve, so you can bird-watch and see dolphins at Palmitos Park before stretching out on the Sahara sands. The Canary Isles offer great value, with acres of rugged mountains and forests like Mount Teide National Park in Tenerife, ripe for hiking and biking at very little cost. If you avoid tourist restaurants and eat local, you can save a lot – try classic Canarian potato dish papas arrugadas, served with a peppery mojo sauce.Cheapest flights:Flights to Las Palmas, Gran Canaria start from £22.Find cheap flights to the Canary IslandsAccommodation: From £399Price of beer: £1.70Average cost of dinner for two: £25Cost of activities: Entry into Aqualand Maspalomas is £24 5. GreeceGreece is still a budget traveller’s dream in 2017, and you can enjoy an idyllic Greek island holiday for very little money, with cheap flights to the likes of Crete, Kos and Corfu from the UK. If you’re smart you can save even more once you’ve arrived: steer clear of big resorts like Elounda on Crete and try alternatives like Paleochora on the south-west coast. As a large island, Crete benefits from a good, cheap public bus service, which will take you to all the main towns and famous sites like Knossos. The best way to get around, however, is to rent a car (from £25 a day), especially if you want to have a go at hiking the dramatic rocky landscape in places like Samaria Gorge. Food-wise, cheap street eats don’t come much better than gyros, the authentic kebab you’ll find anywhere and everywhere in Greece for around £2.50.Cheapest flights:Fly to Crete from £71 return.Find cheap flights to GreeceAccommodation: From £252Price of beer: £2.50Average cost of dinner for two: £23Cost of activities: Explore Crete’s ancient Minoan civilisation at the Palace of Knossos; standard tickets are £12.706. TurkeyTurkey’s glorious Aegean shoreline is endlessly popular with us Brits, and cheap holidays are as much of an attraction here as the Turquoise Coast and tourist-friendly resorts like Bodrum, Izmir and Fethiye. Direct one-way flights to Dalaman, at the heart of the region, start from £39 and it’s not all exclusive marinas and Riviera yachting when you get there either. 3-star hotels boast unbelievable £10-a-night rates, there are miles and miles of free and beautiful beaches to sprawl on (the much-photographed Ölüdeniz is a good start) and of course, plenty of cheap mezze and baklava (super-sweet pastries) to tuck into. Save your holiday splurges for trips to evocative ruins like Patara (south of Fethiye), or the stadium at Ephesus (around an hour from Izmir).Cheapest flights:Flights to Dalaman start from £95.Find cheap flights to TurkeyAccommodation: From £70Price of beer: £1.70Average cost of dinner for two: £13Cost of activities: Epheseus costs £8.90 to enter, though many of the ancient city’s sites, including Temple of Artemis, Sirince Village and Isa Bey Mosque are free to explore. 10. CyprusIt may be a small island, but Cyprus has a split personality along with its divided geography and fascinating Turkish and Greek influences to show for it. It’s also a cheap place to travel, with bountiful fresh food markets that make self-catering an appealing option, as well as street-side snacks like pitta-souvlaki and eliopitta (olive pie) to tuck into for around €2. Avoid the tourist traps in Paphos and stay in Limassol, an elegant old port town with bags of charm and more than a few interesting local events, including a good-value Wine Festival in September. If you want quiet beaches, try the Akamas penisula rather than Ayia Napa – prices will be cheaper and you won’t have to pay for the privilege of a sun lounger. Getting around is by far easier with a car, and renting your own wheels can be as little as £10 a day.Cheapest flights:Fly to Larnaca from £104 return, or Paphos from £149.Find cheap flights to CyprusAccommodation: From £350Price of beer: £2.10Average cost of dinner for two: £34Cost of activities: Explore the impressive fourth century BC Tomb of the Kings near Paphos for just over £2 1. RomaniaAs far as cheap holiday destinations go, Bucharest has some of the lowest average flight prices from the UK, and the budget-friendly spending doesn’t stop once you land. You can feast in Romania’s capital for less than £10* a day, and as for the sights, simply admiring the city’s storied streets gives you a sense of the centuries of history and cultural upheaval here, from the pre-WWII Old Town of Lipscani right up to Communist monuments like the staggering Palace of Parliament. With Ryanair also running cheap flights to alternative city break spots like pretty Timisoara, Romania is definitely one of the destinations of the moment. Find out more great things to do in Bucharest in our guide.Cheapest flights:Flights to Bucharest from the UK can be as low as £32 return.Find cheap flights to RomaniaAccommodation: From £155Price of beer: £1.10Average cost of dinner for two: £20Cost of activities: A tour of the Palace of Parliament in Bucharest costs £6.50** 14. AlgeriaFlights to Algiers from the UK had some of the lowest average prices in 2016, and in a mere three hours travel time from London, you could be safariing into the Sahara desert, exploring silent Roman ruins and the dazzling harbour of Algiers itself, perched on a hillside overlooking the Med. Revel in the undiscovered beauty of beaches like Tipaza and Algiers’ centuries-old Almoravid architecture at the Great Mosque; you will hardly run into another tourist in some areas, and while this can be unnerving for some, prices are low as a result and the friendliness of the locals towards their few visitors makes coming here an unexpected treat.Cheapest flights:Flights to Algiers start from £130 return.Find cheap flights to AlgeriaAccommodation: From £469Price of beer: £1.10Average cost of dinner for two: £10Cost of activities: The time-capsule Roman town of Djemila costs just 60p to enter; however if you are travelling from Algiers the best way is to hire a car for around €50 (£42) per day15. IndonesiaMade up of thousands of islands and unique cultures, Indonesia is nevertheless a affordable long-haul destination thanks to low travel costs, as well as comparatively cheap prices on activities like scuba diving. Bali may sound like a honeymooner’s holiday spot, but with the great surfing, some of the world’s most photogenic temples and the free natural attractions of neighbouring islands like Nusa Penida, it’s also become a backpacking mecca in recent years. This means bargain hostel beds for as little as £5, and the chance to feast on national dish nasi goreng (fried rice) for as little as £2.50.Cheapest flights:Flights to Bali start from £401 return.Find cheap flights to IndonesiaAccommodation: From £182Price of beer: £1.30Average cost of dinner for two: £17Cost of activities: Grab a surfing lesson in Kuta for £21 ReturnOne wayMulti-cityFromAdd nearby airports ToAdd nearby airportsDepart14/08/2019Return21/08/2019Cabin Class & Travellers1 adult, EconomyDirect flights onlySearch flights Map 2. MaltaMalta makes a superb value short-haul holiday, with bargain flights from just £15 each way, and a wealth of gorgeous beaches and ancient ruins to explore at the other end. There are plenty of direct connections to Luqa Airport from regional airports like East Midlands, Birmingham and Leeds, too. You’ll find your euros will stretch much further in Malta, especially since you can jump on a bus for the equivalent of £1.70 and shuttle over to attractive neighbouring isle of Gozo on the ferry for well under a fiver. Since you’ll be keeping within your budget so easily, you’ll be able to finish your trip in style by splashing out on a few cocktails and a blow-out night on the tiles in clubbing capital Paceville.Cheapest flights:Flights to Malta’s Luqa Airport start from £30 return.Find cheap flights to MaltaAccommodation: From £315Price of beer: £2Average cost of dinner for two: £40Cost of activities: A boat trip to the Blue Lagoon and caves in Comino starts from £8.50 11. CroatiaOK, so places like Dubrovnik are no longer so big a bargain thanks to their Game of Thrones fame, but with a luxuriously lengthy Adriatic coastline, Croatia has dozens of cheap destinations to choose from. Split is a charming alternative, with direct budget flights now going from a number of UK airports like East Midlands and Glasgow. It’s free to wander around the top attraction of Diocletian’s Palace, a renovated Roman ruin which makes up much of the old centre of the city and is now filled to the rafters with trendy bars, cafes and shops. Don’t forget you’re just down the coast from the oft-overlooked Sibenik, a pretty port town with just as many picture-book churches and streets, but without the same kind of tourist prices on the waterfront. Get a good fixed-price dinner (known as marenda or gablec) for under £5 in local restaurants. We’ve got more great tips on Sibenik in our list of top sights and activities.Cheapest flights:Flights to Split start from £50.Find cheap flights to CroatiaAccommodation: From £217Price of beer: £1.60Average cost of dinner for two: £23Cost of activities: Entry to a Split nightclub with live music is around £3.50-£6 ReturnOne wayMulti-cityFromAdd nearby airports ToAdd nearby airportsDepartReturnCabin Class & Travellers1 adult, EconomyDirect flights onlySearch flights Map Check out our recommendations below for the cheapest places to go this year or start searching for your holiday deal straight away: 12. IndiaWith directs flights for less than £200 return, India feels less and less like a long-haul destination, and no matter where you land on this vast sub-continent, you’ll find the prices easy on your pocket. Eating out is particularly cheap, especially if you’re vegetarian; cities like Chennai offer great variety for veggies and in many restaurants you can enjoy a thali (meal) for two for 600 rupees (under £8). Food in southern states like Kerala is unlike most Indian dishes you’ll eat in Britain, but don’t spend too much time indulging, as there are elephants and tigers to spot in Periyar National Park and coconut-palm beaches like Cherai, 25km from Kochi city.Cheapest flights:Kochi Airport is one of the cheapest destinations to fly to from the UK, with fares from £178 return, though you will need to change planes.Find cheap flights to IndiaAccommodation: From £192Price of beer: £1.20Average cost of dinner for two: £6.50Cost of activities: £3.70 adult entry fee to Periyar National Park13. ThailandThailand may be firmly on the tourist trail, but the exchange rate still favours the pound when it comes to domestic travel, food, drink and sights. Fun and frenetic Bangkok is still your best bet for cheap flights and a world-renowned street food scene along Khao San Road that might well mean you don’t sit down in a restaurant for the whole duration of your holiday. There are good-value buffets, and sizzlingly tasty noodle dishes like pad thai start from just under £1. If you fancy a more laid back stay, head for hippy haven Chiang Mai in the north of Thailand, which has just as many bargains to offer, including nearly a hundred temples you can tour freely in the city, the biggest (3km!) night market in Asia and cheap bicycle rentals so you can explore the backstreets around Nimman at your leisure.Cheapest flights:Flights to Bangkok start from £463.Find cheap flights to ThailandAccommodation: From £133Price of beer: £1.39Average cost of dinner for two: £16Cost of activities: Step inside the Grand Palace in Bangkok for £11, including entry to Wat Phra Kaeo, The Royal Thai Decorations & Coins Pavilion and Queen Sirikit Museum of Textile Want to travel further on a budget? Try these destinations:Where to go for a budget city break in Europe in 2017Which European cities are best for cheap hotels, and don’t charge a fortune for dinner or a night out? We’ve calculated cost of accommodation plus a few extras and here are the cheapest holiday destinations across Europe.21 cheap countries to visit for a great low cost holidayWe’ve scoured the globe for cheap places to travel, from South Africa to South America, and found 21 beautiful countries to visit on a budget.Grab a last minute bargain: 10 affordable summer holidays abroadIf you’re desperate for a last-minute bask in the sun, take a look at our ideas for cheap summer holidays abroad.*Compiled using Skyscanner data on return flights from London with lowest average price in 2016. Fares based on Skyscanner ‘Cheapest month’ lowest estimated fares from any UK airport for 2017. Hotel prices based on average cost of a 3-star hotel for seven nights.**Published May 2017. Any prices are lowest estimated prices only at the time of publication and are subject to change and/or availability.Skyscanner is the world’s travel search engine, helping your money go further on flights, hotels and car hire. 8. HungaryWith direct flights offered from airports across the UK, you can still find temptingly cheap fares to Hungary, despite general costs rising at the same rate as its popularity in recent years. You’ll get a friendly welcome in Budapest, where a bowl of warming goulash will set you back a mere 950 forints (£2.50) and it’s still possible to get a round in at the pub for under a fiver. Stay on the Pest side of the river to keep your spending down, but make time for a little hydrotherapy at the local thermal baths – while the ornate Széchenyi spa costs around £15 for a day, Pünkösdfürdői Beach, on the banks of the Danube, is just over £5.Cheapest flights:Flights to Budapest start from £37.Find cheap flights to HungaryAccommodation: From £210Price of beer: £1.08Average cost of dinner for two: £22Cost of activities: Visit Buda Castle and most of the sights on Gellert Hill for free; a return ticket on the funicular to get there costs under £5 RelatedLast minute flights: here’s how to find late travel dealsIn the era of budget airlines, are last minute flights dead? Not if you know how, when, and where to look… Here’s some tried and tested tips on how to bag a last minute flight bargain. Search for last minute flights nowWhere to go on holiday in AprilFetch your raincoat and prepare for a shower of awesome April holiday destinations. We’ve rounded up the best places to go in April from near and far, so here are the beaches, cities and events that will make this a month to remember.Cheap flights for ski holidays from £12Dreaming of smooth slopes and cosy après-ski bars, without the mountainous cost? Cheap ski holidays are within your mittened grasp this winter, with these flight deals from airports across the UK. Go on, get off your sofa and see it for real!
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