Train Strike: Updates On Line And Station Closures, And What’s Running In London

Photo: Tomek Baginski / Unsplash As you’ve probably heard, there are major train strikes happening nationally this week, including in the London area. It’s the biggest train strike for around 30 years, with many operators warning passengers not to attempt to travel on strike days, as there’s no guarantee you’ll be able to complete your … Read more

Tube Strike: Live Updates On Line And Station Closures

Image: Will H McMahan / Unsplash Today (Monday 6 June), around 4,000 members of the London Underground staff who are part of the RMT Union are taking part in a tube strike, which is likely to have a widespread impact on the transport network across London. TfL has said it will keep as many stations … Read more

Elizabeth Line Day One: Live Updates As It Finally Launches

Photo: Londonist Today’s the day! After many years of planning, construction and delays, the Elizabeth line launches this morning (Tuesday 24 May 2022). 3.5 years after the original December 2018 launch date came and went, there’s A LOT of buzz around London’s newest railway. Don’t know about you, but we were like kids on Christmas … Read more

Updates from Hong Kong Free Press

On World Press Freedom Day, HKFP shares updates as we expand our newsroom, and make new investments in video and data journalism. The 2022 HKFP team – Back row: Reporters Peter Lee and Kelly Ho, Editor-in-chief Tom Grundy, Associate Editor Mercedes Hutton. Middle row: Reporters Almond Li, Lea Mok and Candice Chau. Center bottom: Hillary … Read more

Anti-Instalock Selection System Is Coming To Valorant

If you’re tired of instalockers, we have good news: Riot is testing a new Agent select pick system for Valorant. Nice beard, Jett. | © Riot Games So yeah, instalockers. We all know these players, who take away our main Agent in the select lobby in milliseconds, and then you feel like they’re recording a … Read more

TfL puts live travel updates on your smartphone homescreen

Transport for London (TfL) has updated its existing travel app to let people put live travel disruptions for tube lines onto their smartphone’s home screen. The widgets, which can be added to the home screen of any iPhone or Android device, allow the user to either set a line that they wish to have live … Read more