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Covid: Cinemas prepare for filmgoers' return

Carol Welch, head of Odeon cinemas in the UK and Ireland, explains how her cinemas are adapting in order to reopen during the pandemic, with extra safety measures introduced.Video by Priya Patel, Tracey Langford and Dougal Shaw

Building's hard problem – making concrete green

By Padraig BeltonTechnology of Business reporterimage copyrightGetty Imagesimage captionThe Pantheon in Rome - almost 2,000 years old and built from concreteA time-travelling Victorian stumbling upon a modern building site could largely get right to work, says Chris Thompson, managing director of Citu, which specialises in building low-carbon homes.That's because many of the materials and tools…

Can New Zealand's tourism industry make a sustainable return?

By Shaimaa KhalilBBC News, Queenstown, New Zealand image copyrightGetty Imagesimage captionA jet boat on the Shotover RiverNew Zealand is hopeful that a recently opened travel bubble with Australia will rekindle its pandemic-battered tourism industry. However, many are also seeing an opportunity to rethink how to make the sector more climate friendly. New Zealand's Queenstown -…

Covid-19: Thousands head overseas on holiday as rules ease

Thousands of British holidaymakers have begun taking advantage of the easing of lockdown rules on overseas travel.Travellers from England, Scotland and Wales are jetting off to some countries in what the crisis-hit tourism industry hopes is the start of a recovery.Travellers can now visit 12 countries on the government's green list, including Portugal and Israel,…

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President of Kazakhstan visits pioneering Center of Tomotherapy and Nuclear Medicine, program managed by...

(Astana, Kazakhstan)Yesterday, August 29th, President Nazarbayev of Kazakhstan visited a newly opened Center of Tomography and Nuclear  Medicine at the National Research Hospital in Astana the capital of Kazakhstan. Prime Minister...

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