Free laptops and tablets will be offered to children from disadvantaged backgrounds across England to help them study at home during lockdown. With schools closed…View More Coronavirus: Free laptops for disadvantaged pupils during lockdown
It has had months of hype and now finally Luxembourg’s free public transport has begun. With a population of only 614,000, it may be one…View More Free transport in Luxembourg, but what’s the cost?
Falling number of free cash machines is a bonanza for banks as new figures show they raked in £104million from ATM charges last year Whopping…View More Falling number of free cash machines is a bonanza for banks
Free period products will be available in all schools and colleges that order them under a government-funded scheme from next week. The move is designed…View More Free period products to be made available in schools and colleges
A group of fishermen in Canada rescued a bald eagle from the grip of a large octopus that had dragged the bird underwater and was…View More See it: Fisherman helps free bald eagle wrapped in octopus’ tentacles
Three men falsely convicted of murder in the US state of Maryland have been set free after 36 years in prison. Alfred Chestnut, Andrew Stewart…View More Falsely convicted US trio freed after 36 years
The brother of Iranian President Hassan Rouhani has been released after being detained for two days by police, Iranian media say. Hossein Fereydoun was freed…View More Iran president’s brother ‘freed on bail’
Travellers in Rome are being offered free metro tickets in exchange for plastic bottles as part of a scheme to make the city more environmentally…View More Plastic-for-tickets: Free travel for recycling in Rome
The parents of a Pakistani social media star allegedly murdered by her brothers have lost their bid to free their sons. Qandeel Baloch’s parents told…View More Parents fail to free sons over daughter’s murder
MONTREAL — The Quebec government passed a bill late Sunday barring schoolteachers, police officers, judges and other public employees from wearing religious symbols in the…View More Quebec Bans Religious Symbols in Some Public Sector Jobs
Iran’s judiciary has approved the conditional release of a Lebanese businessman imprisoned on charges of spying for the United States. Judiciary spokesman Gholamhossein Esmaili said…View More Iran to free Lebanese US resident held for spying
The chief minister of India’s capital Delhi created a minor sensation when he announced that women would no longer have to pay for public transport.…View More Will free public transport help Delhi’s women?
Your bus ride Tuesday could be free thanks to the Winnipeg’s transit union. The union has announced its members will be taking legal job action,…View More Winnipeg transit planning free rides as legal job action begins
Millionaire former city trader launches FREE online GCSE revision tool to help children prepare for their Maths and English exams A former city trader has…View More Millionaire former city trader launches FREE online GCSE revision tool