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TV Presenting Duo Set Record As They Win 21st Consecutive NTA

Spanish City Of Lugo Has The Only Nearly Intact Roman City Walls

The Roman Walls of Lugo are the...

Germany Introduces 200-euro Culture Pass For 18-year-olds

The German cultural pilot scheme aims to...

Big Ben’s Iconic Bongs Return After Restoration Work

The most famous clock tower in the...

Only Fools And Horses Scene Named Funniest Sitcom Moment Of All Time

A scene from Only Fools and Horses starring Sir...

Serbia’s Foreign Trade Increased By 31.1%

Last year Serbia's foreign trade goods exchange amounted to 66.6 billion euros and was 31.1 per cent higher than...

Hipkins Sworn In As New Zealand PM, Pledges Focus On Economy

Chris Hipkins was sworn in Wednesday as New Zealand’s 41st prime minister, following the unexpected resignation last week of Jacinda Ardern. Hipkins,...

Djokovic’s Historic Australian Open Win Extends ‘Big Titles’ Lead

Novak Djokovic claimed a record-tying 22nd Grand Slam title on Sunday when he won the Australian Open, extending his...

Celebration Of Republic Day Of India

The Embassy of India India in Belgrade celebrated the 74th Republic Day of India on 26 January 2023 to commemorate the coming into...

Spectatular Mileston In First Boeing 767 Conversion In Europe Marked At Ceremony In JAT Tehnika

Avia Prime Group, one of the leading organizations for aircraft maintenance in Europe, consisting of three eminent companies including...

British presenting duo Ant and Dec did it again at the National Television Awards, winning the Best Presentee accolade for an incredible 21st time.

And, while he should have been collecting on their behalf, Stephen Mulhern ripped up the lads’ acceptance speech. For the last two decades, no one other than the Geordie duo has won the coveted award, with Ant and Dec seeing off completion from the likes of Dermot O’Leary, Davina McCall and Phillip Schofield over the years. The pair were, unfortunately, unable to collect their award in person, after they both recently tested positive for COVID.

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10 Things We Learned From The Beatles: Get Back

Peter Jackson’s eight-hour documentary on the Fab Four reveals Ringo is an amazing drummer, McCartney was a joy and their entourage were coolest of...

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The World’s 20 Best Cities For Architecture Lovers

A city can be shaped by many things—its food scene, for example, or abundance of shopping options. But perhaps nothing can define a place...

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