On this podcast, Diana Paiva is joined by the head of the foundation and sustainable business at Vodafone Ireland, Liz Roche. Liz talks about Vodafone Ireland’s new launch, Vodafone Foundation’s in-person digital skills training classes for over 65s across Digital Hubs. She talks about how Vodafone created HI digital and how helpful it can be […]
Chinese police should look to their international counterparts to tackle online scams and trafficking of humans and drugs, experts say.
Daily cases drop to new low in Shanghai as city government vows to boost economy while maintaining zero Covid goal
Shanghai pledged to boost local business after Premier Li Keqiang called for renewed efforts to stabilise the economy, as cases in the city continue to drop ahead of a planned end to the two-month lockdown on June 1.
Fresh from his trip to Asia, Biden said the Indo-Pacific maritime theatre would be the ‘leading edge’ of the US response to natural and humanitarian disasters there.
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Number of Hong Kong pupils at UK private schools with parents also living in country triples following launch of BN(O) scheme
Hong Kong pupils whose parents live in UK has increased from 496 in 2021 to 1,538 this year, according to report by Independent Schools Council.
Tencent restructures its news team as online censorship and competition with short video outfits such as Douyin grows in China
Tencent Holdings, China’s most valuable tech company, reshuffled its news service operation this week, changing the unit’s head and sacking a handful of veteran editorial staff.
The children who survived the attack described a festive, end-of-the-school-year day that quickly turned to terror.
The governor told a news conference that in his earlier statements he was repeating what he had been told.
Dundalk moved up to second in the SSE Airtricity League thanks to a win over St Patrick's Athletic