Berisha: In October we have the candidates for the elections

12:23 09/10/2022 “Inspired by the victories of the right in Europe” Within the month of October, the Democrats will have ready the candidates who will compete in the local elections for the big municipalities. In the conference supported by the Swedish sister party “Moderaterna”, the leader of the Democratic Party Sali Berisha invited, in addition … Read more

Official: The progress report for Albania is published on October 12

16:59 04/10/2022 The European Commission evaluates the reforms in the new enlargement package Next Wednesday Enlargement Commissioner Olivér Várhelyi officially presents the new enlargement package before the EP Foreign Affairs Committee in Brussels and then at a press conference. According to the annual progress report, Albania has a positive grade for reforms, while position-opposition cooperation … Read more

Rama gathers the mayors and political leaders of the districts on October 7 and 8

12:06 04/10/2022 Prime Minister Edi Rama will meet with the mayors and political leaders of the districts. It is learned that the head of the government will meet with them in Durrës on October 7 and 8. It is not known what will be discussed between them, but the meeting comes as part of the … Read more

Dancing On Ice pros Yebin Mok and Tom Naylor are expecting their second child in October

Dancing On Ice professionals Yebin Mok and Tom Naylor have announced they are expecting their second child in October. Figure skater Yebin, 36, and her husband, 33, a fellow skater as well as an NHS doctor, took to Instagram on Tuesday to share their baby news. Yebin posted a picture of two teddy bears, a bunny … Read more

US Covid deaths fall to their lowest level since OCTOBER but daily cases increase to 80,00

New cases of coronavirus in the U.S. rose for the third week in a row even as vaccinations continue to ramp up across the country.  Infections rose five percent to more than 450,000 last week, according to a analysis of data from Johns Hopkins University. On Monday, health officials recorded 79,075 – the fourth … Read more

Coronavirus started circulating in China in October 2019, study claims

Coronavirus emerged in China ‘as early as October 2019’ – two months BEFORE the first diagnosed cases, study claims Researchers traced back the origins of SARS-CoV-2 in Hubei province, China   Found the genetic common ancestor of 583 cases dates back to December 9  But researchers say this is of the coronavirus strain which first spread … Read more

One in eight Americans had ALREADY had COVID-19 by October, study suggests

Over 39 million U.S. residents had been infected with the novel coronavirus by the end of October 2020, according to a new study from researchers at Emory University.  That’s one in eight people nationwide.  At that time, only 9.2 million infections had been documented by Johns Hopkins University’s data tracking.   This conclusion comes from a … Read more

Rishi Sunak plans to extend furlough scheme to OCTOBER in his Budget

The furlough scheme that has cost Britain £53billion will be extended to the end of September as Rishi Sunak vows to do ‘whatever it takes’ to help the economy recover. In today’s Budget, the Chancellor will extend the job protection scheme for an extra five months beyond the current deadline at the end of April. … Read more

Qantas to resume international travel by October 31 to Los Angeles, London, Singapore

Qantas will be flying travellers overseas as early as October 31 as the airline giant gets set to resume international flights.  Alan Joyce, the flying kangaroo airline’s chief executive, said travel would resume to 22 of the 25 destinations, including Los Angeles, London, Singapore and Johannesburg, despite a South African strain. New York, Santiago and Osaka … Read more

Qantas says international flights in October as it loses $1billion

Qantas plans for international flights to return by the end of October – just as Australia’s vaccination program ends – as it reveals losses of $1BILLION over the past six months Qantas CEO Alan Joyce said the billion dollar loss was ‘stark but not surprising’ The loss was thanks to a $6.9 billion Covid-related loss … Read more