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As he prepares to make his official Formula One debut in Abu Dhabi this weekend, Canadian Robert Wickens already knows there's one area he'll never stack up against one of the sport's greats: facial hair. A week into growing a Movember moustache to
Jerome d'Ambrosio will be replaced by Canadian Robert Wickens at the wheel of the Virgin in the first free practice session of the Grand Prix of Abu Dhabi Friday, November 11th, the 18th round of the World Championship Formula 1 indicates the
Keith Christiansen, chairman of European paintings at the Metropolitan Museum of Art , knew he had something special when he glimpsed a two-sided panel by the German Renaissance artist Hans Schaufelein just before an auction of old masters at Sotheby'
Australia has introduced cut-price business-class seats in a bid to build on its gains from the Qantas chaos...Rudd urged by key backers within Labor Party to challenge PM for leadership as early as this month. Entertainment Top Stories KIM
Australia has fired the first shot in a domestic airfare war by introducing cut-price business-class seats in a high-risk move designed to build on its gains from the Qantas chaos. And traffic through the budget airline's business class lounges
Marente de Moor wins 50,000 Ako literature prize Tuesday 01 November 2011 De Nederlandse Maagd (the Dutch virgin) by Marente de Moor has won this year's Ako literature prize, which includes a cheque for 50,000. The novel, set in 1936, is about a
Story continues below Eve Branson acknowledges that her family is anxious to see the day when the first mothership and rocket take off from Virgin Galactic's remote desert base at Spaceport America in southern New Mexico. But this adventure goes way
Federal Aviation Administration joined the symposium which discussed the growing field of commercial spaceflight. Among the topics tackled in the two-day gathering were the challenges of lowering the cost of launching people and cargo to orbit and
Sir Richard Branson says the Occupy Wall Street protests are a wake-up call for business. The protests that have spread from New York around the world were a sign corporates needed to change their approach, the billionaire Virgin Group founder said.
18th Oct 2011: The World's First Commercial Hub for Spacecraft has opened in US state of New Mexico it has been opened by a British billionaire Richard Branson according to the initial updates he said that he will start offering commercial