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  • Army Inter-Corps champions crowned

    For two of the biggest sports of the British Army, the inter-corps champions were recently decided.

    The Royal Logistics Corps were crowned this year’s Football Inter-Corps ChampionsCorps teams for both rugby and football produced outstanding performances but after some great play, the Royal Artillery (RA) were crowned rugby inter-corps champions and The Royal Logistic Corps (RLC) inter-corps champions for football.

  • Germany to build air base in Turkey for Daesh campaign

    The German military are planning for a long-term military operation against terror group Daesh, with plans for a €65 million air base in southern Turkey, Spiegel reports.

    The air base will be built at the site in Incirlik where the Bundeswehr is currently flying reconnaissance and refuelling missions into Syria, according to a planning paper from the Defence Ministry seen by Spiegel magazine.

    The new extension to the Turkish base will include an air controller centre for the German aircraft, accommodation for soldiers and a fully equipped combat headquarters.

    Germany is also reportedly in discussions with Ankara about a treaty for stationing German soldiers on Turkish soil for long-term deployments.

  • Oldest message in bottle bobs up, nets finder shilling reward

    The Winklers with the shilling reward and the letter found in a bottle off the German coastA message in a bottle which washed up more than 108 years after it was thrown into the sea has been confirmed as the world’s oldest.

    A message in a bottle which washed up more than 108 years after it was thrown into the sea has been confirmed as the world’s oldest.

    The bottle was released into the North Sea in 1906 and found by a woman on a beach on the north German island of Amrum last year.

  • German swims from Europe to Africa in under 3 hours

    21-year-old Nathalie Pohl has set a new world record for swimming from Europe to MoroccoA young woman has swum from Europe to Africa in a little under three hours, setting a new world record in the process.

    The temperatures were a chilly 14° C in the Mediterranean last Sunday. But that didn’t stop Nathalie Pohl, a 21-year-old from Marburg, crossing the straits of Gibraltar in two hours and 53 minutes, Bild reports.

    The young athlete had to swim 15km from Tarifa in Spain to Point Cires in Morocco to achieve her goal.

  • Germany News in Brief - April 28, 2016

    2 arrests for blast at Sikh wedding

    ESSEN – German police have arrested two teenagers with Islamist backgrounds over an explosion that wounded three people at a Sikh temple, labelling it a “terrorist attack”.

    The blast that hit an Indian wedding party at the entrance to the temple in Essen on April 16 injured three men, one of them seriously.

    Police arrested two 16-year-olds with known links to regional Islamists over the attack, said city police chief Frank Richter.

    “We have to presume it was a terrorist act – religiously motivated terror by the Islamist scene,” Richter said in a statement, without linking the youths to a particular militant group.

    One of the teenagers had turned himself in to police, and the other had been arrested at his family home.

  • Calling all QRH families!

    With effect from Sunday, May 8, and every second Sunday thereafter until September, UWO would like to invite you to a Families Sunday Event as follows:

    12.30pm: Meet at the Happy Hussars

    1pm–2pm: 3-Course JB’s Lunch

    2pm: Return to Happy Hussars

    2.15–3pm: Children’s Entertainment

    3pm–4pm: General play and bouncy castle.

    The cost of these days are €4.50 per adult and €2 per child. Numbers required by the Monday prior to the event.

  • Teapot Tuesday - May 10


  • JustGiving - The Great North Run

    Great North Run

  • 1 AMR Coffee Morning/Afternoons

    Now in The Hunger Surgery

    First Tuesday of the month, 10am–11.30am

    Third Tuesday of the month, 3pm–4.30pm

    Come along for a free coffee, tea and biscuits and meet the families of 1 AMR, the Welfare team and other BFG welfare agencies (on occasion).

  • Station 0–5s Roadshow – May 12

    All are welcome to attend the Paderborn Station 0–5s Roadshow on Thursday, May 12 at the Paderborn Community Hub (NAAFI Max).

    Come along and speak face to face with the agencies that support you babies and toddlers, from 9.30am to 11.30am.