NEWS DIGEST 22.05.2020: Celebrating creativity and maintaining economies in the lockdown – bloggers’ viewpoints

  Today’s News Digest comes courtesy of the HEMNA official Twitter list “HEM Bloggers List“. German language news and theological ethics blog theolounge.blog @theolounge_de makes reference to US president Donald Trump’s reluctance for a second coronavirus lockdown as he expressed … Continue reading NEWS DIGEST 22.05.2020: Celebrating creativity and maintaining economies in the lockdown – bloggers’ viewpoints

NORTHERN IRELAND AFTER BREXIT: Residents to be able to keep EU membership

Belfast – VIJAY SHAH via JON STONE and Independent As both the Brexit talks in Brussels and the situation over the status of the border between Northern Ireland and the Irish Republic dominates political news in the U.K., the negotiation teams of the two sides have made a concession for residents of Northern Ireland, whereby they can still be EU citizens after Brexit is finalised in two years’ time, the Independent reported recently.   UK citizens born in the province will be able to continue their EU membership thanks to a deal struck by British prime minister Theresa May on … Continue reading NORTHERN IRELAND AFTER BREXIT: Residents to be able to keep EU membership

BBC RADIO ULSTER: Northern Ireland radio station celebrates its 40th anniversary

Belfast, UNITED KINGDOM VIJAY SHAH via media.info and RadioToday BBC Radio Ulster, which provides public radio broadcasting services from the BBC to the whole of Northern Ireland, will celebrate its 40th birthday in style with a special gala concert for its presenters and friends this coming Monday, radio magazine RadioToday Industry News reports today. The radio station’s television counterpart, BBC1 NI will also air a documentary on the life and history of BBC Radio Ulster to tie in with the anniversary celebrations at 10.35 pm on the same day. The programme, entitled “Radio Days“ is narrated by Stephen Nolan, will also … Continue reading BBC RADIO ULSTER: Northern Ireland radio station celebrates its 40th anniversary