“It’s the most wonderful time of the year” according to chief Yuletide crooner Andy Williams. For those of us who no longer live in the country where we grew up, however, I would question
This Christmas Studio M Arabian Plaza Hotel & Hotel Apartment has taken a page out of its sustainability book and has built an eco-friendly Christmas tree. This chic urban hotel has diligently maintained its oath to sustainability and built a Christmas tree out of over 1200 used water bottles.
Quite a few of us will have been panic-buying Christmas presents over the past week. Around a third of that last-minute shopping will be online, with many buyers shelling
Queen Elizabeth II called 2019 “quite bumpy” in a Christmas message at the end of a chaotic year which saw Britain feud over its split from the European Union and her scandal-plagued son Prince Andrew withdraw from public life.
The protests demanding greater democratic rights show no sign of ending despite the overwhelming victory by anti-establishment candidates in elections for district representatives earlier this month.
From an Oslo forest comes the Christmas gift Norway gives Britain every year - a towering tree for London's Trafalgar Square, a token of gratitude for British support during World War Two.
Feel the warmth and magic of the winter festive season at these markets brimming with trinkets, toys and the lingering aroma of Christmassy delicacies.
Big Christmas ads have become a tradition in Britain - an opportunity usually for much larger companies to pull out all the stops to woo holiday shoppers and stamp their brands firmly on the consumer brain.
Staff at the Lithuanian airport in Vilnius came up with a sharp idea to remind travellers that safety comes first: a Christmas tree made of confiscated knives and toy guns.