Explainer Whats on the table in the Croke Park talks

first_imgTHERE ARE JUST ten days to go until the government’s self-imposed deadline to reach a deal with public sector unions on a successor to the Croke Park Agreement.Over the next few days you are likely to hear government ministers talk about the need to get efficiencies and reduce the cost of running the public service while unions defend their members’ interests and say they can’t take any more cuts to pay and resources.Three years ago the government of the day made an agreement with unions that the public sector would “change the way it does business” and in return there would be no reductions in pay rates or compulsory redundancies.As is often said, this has ensured industrial peace on our streets and none of the kind of scenes we’ve had in Greece where public sector workers have gone on strike leading to services grinding to a halt and violence as protesters clashed with police. Read: Everything you need to know about the Croke Park AgreementIn the first two years of its existence the Croke Park Agreement saved €810 million in year one and €678 million in year two – a total of €1.5 billion.Croke Park IINow as the four-year deal starts to reach its conclusion the current government, which did not negotiate this deal but has broadly supported it, is seeking to negotiate a successor, targeting a total of €1 billion in additional savings over the next three years.This figure breaks down like this:In health it wants to save €420 million which includes job cutsIn education it wants to save €350 million including scaling back the €127 million spent on supervision and substitution paymentsIt wants €60 million of savings from the gardaí In local government it is looking at saving €90 million primarily from the reform of local governmentAnd in the civil service it is targeting €120 million in savings.Source: Government figures/The Week in Politics.These figures amount to just over €1 billion and include €300 million in savings this year.Although direct, core pay cuts are not on the table the issue of premium payments for Saturday and Sunday working, overtime and longer working hours are just some of the areas being targeted by government along with pay cuts for the high-paid and some incremental pay increases.Cuts in these areas will more than likely mean that public sector workers will take home less pay then they would under current arrangements and unions’ argument is that their members have had enough financial pain already.The government is seeking to introduce a longer working week in the public service and standardise the working day so as that there is no overtime payments for staff who work between 6pm and 8pm.For gardaí, we learned from a leaked document earlier this month that a standard working day would be 8am to 8pm and allowances for working Saturday would be cut, so as it would be a normal working day like Monday to Friday.The premium payment for Sunday working would be reduced from double time to time-and-a-half. The government is also said to be targeting pay cuts for staff earning more than €100,000 while those on over €65,000 would be asked to ‘take a step back’ on the increment scale.What’s driving all this?Last month a leaked document from the European Commission outlined the Troika – that’s the EU, the IMF and the ECB – view that “all options should be kept on the table”.The Troika believes there should be “additional productivity reforms” which specifically include “the number of hours worked” but more than that it says that “reductions in allowances and salary scales for some categories of workers should be considered”.This is why the government is going after those at the higher-end of the pay scale with a reluctance to go after so-called core pay for low and middle income workers.But ultimately changes to working hours and premium payments will hit many if not all workers particularly those working in emergency services which is why nurses, firefighters, gardaí and prison officers are particularly aggrieved by the latest developments in the talks.Under the banner of the 24/7 Frontline Alliance – representing around 70,000 workers – they are gathering in Tallaght tonight to rally against further cuts to their pay.The alliance’s argument is that these proposed cuts disproportionately impact frontline emergency workers who are after all the most likely to be working odd hours and at weekends.Underlining their unhappiness with the government’s stated position, gardaí having already withdrawn from the negotiations.What unions wantBut it’s not only emergency services workers who are aggrieved. We know that the Teachers’ Union of Ireland was last week signalling it could pull out of the talks as the government targets supervision and substitution payments, increments and allowances.Allowances are a touchy subject as we know. The unions’ argument is that they are part of core pay which does hold some weight but others take a more sceptical view of, for example, the ‘dealing with post’ allowance that workers at the Chester Beatty Library in Dublin are entitled to.Aside from the obvious grievances of individual unions for their members working in particular sectors, as a whole the public sector unions want management to deal with an emerging two-tier pay arrangement.This is the disparity between the pay to new recruits in the public sector and those locked-in to more lucrative pay arrangements that date back to the boom years or at least the years when there wasn’t a gaping deficit of €15 billion in the public finances.Public sector unions also want an increase in the amount of income that is exempt from pension levy. Currently the first €15,000 that a worker earns is exempt but unions want this increased.The government says it wants to achieve the savings it is targeting in a fair and equitable way.Unions argue there is nothing fair and equitable about targeting their pay, resources and pensions when many are already suffering as a result of the general economic downturn, the high rate of unemployment which could affect family members and the growing mortgage arrears crisis.All of which means that agreement is far from certain and the government’s nuclear option of legislating for automatic, across the board pay cuts for public sector workers cannot be ruled out.Read: Croke Park talks on public sector pay and reform to continueIn numbers: How much government spending is protected under Croke Park?last_img read more

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Column What is your earliest memory

first_imgWHAT IS YOUR earliest memory? Mine is my third birthday party. I remember getting a xylophone – it was bright, colourful and made a lot of noise. I sat beside the Christmas tree playing with this great new toy, my back to all my little party guests.If you think back to your earliest memory you might come up with something similar to mine (well, maybe minus the xylophone, the noise and the antisocial behaviour…) but you might find your earliest memories start about the same age. Is this when we first start to form memories? Do we need to reach a sufficient level of cognitive and language skills to do so? Apparently not…Studies have shown that we do form memories from a much younger age, however these memories can be lost as we age, so, effectively our earliest memory milestone keeps moving. Children as young as two or three may give valid events as their earliest memories but they may not be able to recall these memories if asked again a few years later. So when do our set of early memories settle down to what we carry into adulthood? Usually by the age of ten.Why do most of us have our earliest memory from an event around the age of three… By this age children tend to have a sufficient vocabulary to allow them express and detail their memoryThis is usually the age where the sense of “self” developsThe hippocampus (the area of the brain associated with memory) has matured enough to adequately retain memories for long periods of time.Studies are ongoing with regard to what factors may influence our earliest memories but some interesting facts have emerged such as suggestions that females tend to have earlier memories than males and that there does not seem to be any bias towards positive or negative memories.  Also, we are as likely to report our earliest memory being of a mundane nature (like me and my xylophone) as of a significant event.Some research that I found particularly interesting was the influence of culture on the age of earliest memory. In cultures that promote discussion with children from a young age about themselves and their feelings and thought, earlier memories are more likely to be reported. This is particularly true for cultures that put a strong emphasis on the past (such as New Zealand Maori). However, Asian cultures tend to put less influence on a child as an individual and more on a group or national mentality, and these cultures tended to report an older age for first memories.What about you – what’s your earliest memory? Let us know in the comments below.Dr Naomi Lavelle is a mum to three junior scientists who are always asking “how”, “why” and “what if”. She blogs at Science Wows where she aims to answer all their questions, one post at a time. She can also be found on Facebook and as @sciencewows on Twitter.Opinion: Does learning a second language lead to a new identity?Read: 7 memory skills that will make you smarter*last_img read more

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The 9 at 9 Thursday

first_imgThe 9 at 9: Thursday Catch up with this morning’s news on your commute. By Rónán Duffy 10,655 Views Image: Shutterstock Jun 22nd 2017, 9:00 AM EVERY MORNING, TheJournal.ie brings you the stories you need to know as you start your day.1. #BACKLOG: Figures released to TheJournal.ie show there are nearly 66,000 applications to the Irish passport office waiting to be processed.2. #GRENFELL TOWER: The chief executive of Kensington council has resigned and said that the UK government wanted him out.3. #MOSUL: As Iraqi forces move in, Isis has blown up the mosque where its own leader declared himself ‘caliph’.4. #IBRAHIM HALAWA: Leo Varadkar says it is ‘unacceptable’ that Ibrahim Halawa is still being held as the Taoiseach was urged to do more to secure his release.5. #NEW DIGS: A new 70-apartment complex has been opened in Dublin. The €10 million scheme was completed in 18 months.6. #CROWDED: The world’s current population of 7.6 billion will balloon to 9.8 billion in 2050, the UN has said.7. #TOURISTS ARE COMING: Game of Thrones played a large part in the over 1 million people coming here from the United States last year.8. #FRANCE: An Instagram star and well-known fitness blogger has died in a freak accident after a pressurised cannister used for dispensing whipped cream exploded.9. #HONOUR: Ireland and Munster’s Peter O’Mahony has been named Lions captain for the test rugby match against the All Blacks in Auckland on Saturday. Thursday 22 Jun 2017, 9:00 AM Share1 Tweet Email http://jrnl.ie/3457076 Image: Shutterstock Short URL 1 Comment Tweet thisShare on FacebookEmail this articlelast_img read more

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Harris announces group to examine how to make contraception cheaper

first_img Image: Shutterstock/Studio KIWI 26 Comments Tweet thisShare on FacebookEmail this article Monday 4 Mar 2019, 6:58 AM 9,273 Views Share27 Tweet Email Image: Shutterstock/Studio KIWI Mar 4th 2019, 6:58 AM center_img A WORKING GROUP is to be established to examine removing cost barriers to accessing contraception, Minister for Health Simon Harris has announced. The group will examine the extent to which cost is a barrier to accessing reliable methods of contraception in Ireland. It will also look at whether there are other factors influencing ease of access to contraception which could be addressed. Some of the areas the group will look at include financial barriers, legislative barriers, regulatory issues, and contractual issues. It will make recommendations to the Minister. The access to free contraception was a recommendation made by the Oireachtas Committee on the Eighth Amendment, and something that Simon Harris said he was hoping to introduce this year.Initial work within the department found that rolling out free contraception would involve changes to legislation. Harris told TheJournal.ie last September that he was aiming to give all women access to free contraception in 2019.In a statement announcing the working group, Harris said: “One of the key recommendations of the Oireachtas committee on the Eighth Amendment was to improve access to contraception. We have taken a number of steps in increasing access to condoms this year.“Now, I want to ensure that we complete the next big body of work in this area. This work will take a number of months to complete, but it will deliver a clear pathway forward. By Hayley Halpin https://jrnl.ie/4522530 Harris announces group to examine how to make contraception cheaper The group will examine the extent to which cost is a barrier to accessing reliable methods of contraception in Ireland. Short URL Cost should not be a barrier to accessing contraception and I am determined to address this. “The benefits are clear. This will help reduce the number of crisis pregnancies and promotes good sexual health. I look forward to the outcome of this work later this year.”Current situationCurrently, women who have a medical card can access contraception for free. However, those that do not often have to pay for an initial doctor’s consultation as well as a repeat appointment every six months or so in order to get their prescription renewed. Women also have to pay for the pill every month or for their chosen contraceptive device, such as the implant or the coil. TheJournal.ie revealed in January that the minister has been lobbied by a pharmaceutical company and the pharmacy union in recent months, as plans for the promised rollout of free contraception for all women moves closer.The Minister will update his Cabinet colleagues on this work later in the week.With reporting by Christina Finnlast_img read more

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CREDC president Bomar taking job at Port of Vancouver

first_imgMike Bomar will leave the Columbia River Economic Development Council for a similar deal-making position at the Port of Vancouver.Bomar confirmed Thursday morning he would resign as president of the public-private partnership and become the port’s new director of economic development.Bomar officially starts at the Port of Vancouver May 1, earning a salary of $137,000 per year. “It was tough. I certainly could have been extremely happy,” Bomar said of the partnership he has led since November 2013. “I haven’t had a bad day in the last 4½ years of coming here for work.”The mandates of the new gig will be a lot like the old one: increase the number of jobs, whether by helping businesses expand or convincing new ones to do business with his client. That client is no longer Clark County at large however, but instead the port and its growing list of projects.Representatives for the Columbia River Economic Development Council could not be reached for comment. Bomar was its fifth president since its founding in 1982 and its second since 2011. Executive Vice President Max Ault was named interim president for up to 12 months.last_img read more

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Ouch 5 ways Trumps budget could pinch Alaska

first_imgPresident Trump’s proposed budget for 2019. (Image: GPO.gov)President Trump’s 2019 budget would cut a lot of line-items that benefit Alaska. It’s more of a statement of values than a spending plan, since Congress ultimately decides. But here are five programs the administration wants to cut that might pinch in Alaska.Listen nowThe budget proposes to eliminate the Denali Commission. That’s an independent agency that awards federal grants for infrastructure projects in rural Alaska.  President Trump would reduce the funding from $17 million to $7 million, just enough to allow for an orderly shutdown. The administration says the commission is hard to justify in a state that can afford to dole out dividends to each of its citizens. The budget would also cut two other regional commissions in the Lower 48.Trump wants to trim Native American housing grants. The changes would mean a loss of about $15 million for Alaska construction projects.The White House would cut a USDA grant program that has sent millions to Alaska each year to fund water and wastewater projects in rural Alaska, where some 3,000 homes lack running water and flush toilets.The budget would reform Essential Air Service to save $57 million. It’s not clear whether Alaska’s share of the pot would grow or shrink under this reform. Essential Air Service now pays air carriers $22 million to subsidize passenger service to 61 Alaska communities.The administration wants to eliminate funding for LIHEAP – That’s the Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program – and also end Weatherization Assistance Program. Together, the two sent nearly $19 million to Alaska last year.If these proposed cuts alarm you, Sen. Lisa Murkowski suggests you remain calm, because the president’s budget is just one step in a long process. The Trump administration tried to make cuts like these last year. But instead of eliminating the Denali Commission, for instance, Congress decided to increase its funding some 13 percent.last_img read more

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Researchers field test genetically modified mosquitoes to combat dengue fever

first_img More information: Field performance of engineered male mosquitoes, Nature Biotechnology (2011) doi:10.1038/nbt.2019AbstractDengue is the most medically important arthropod-borne viral disease, with 50–100 million cases reported annually worldwide1. As no licensed vaccine or dedicated therapy exists for dengue, the most promising strategies to control the disease involve targeting the predominant mosquito vector, Aedes aegypti. However, the current methods to do this are inadequate. Various approaches involving genetically engineered mosquitoes have been proposed2, 3, 4, including the release of transgenic sterile males5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10. However, the ability of laboratory-reared, engineered male mosquitoes to effectively compete with wild males in terms of finding and mating with wild females, which is critical to the success of these strategies, has remained untested. We report data from the first open-field trial involving a strain of engineered mosquito. We demonstrated that genetically modified male mosquitoes, released across 10 hectares for a 4-week period, mated successfully with wild females and fertilized their eggs. These findings suggest the feasibility of this technology to control dengue by suppressing field populations of A. aegypti. Specialized mosquitoes may fight tropical disease (PhysOrg.com) — Oxitec, a British company spun off from Oxford University has announced the results of its field test of genetically altered mosquitoes to combat the infamous dengue fever. As they report in their paper published in Nature Biotechnology, the team found that their genetically altered males comprised 16% of those found in subsequent samples obtained from the area, and that they had sired 10% of the larvae. Explore further In past studies, insects have been genetically altered in ways that would make them sterile. The thinking went that they would mate with local females, but no offspring would result, which would then lead to a smaller population of mosquitoes because those females would not mate again. Unfortunately, in most cases, the modified males were also apparently less suitable mates and therefore met with little success in mating. For this reason, the Oxitec team took a different approach. Instead of creating sterile insects, they genetically altered male mosquitoes that produce offspring of both genders that die before reaching an age where they could mate. The idea being that male mosquitoes altered in this way, when released in the wild, would mate with females and produce offspring that would not live long enough to produce offspring of their own. To keep the genetically modified male mosquitoes alive so they could breed with the females once they were released, they were given an antibiotic. Based on the results of their field test, it appears the population of the targeted mosquitoes would be diminished by ten percent. By expanding the field test to include more mosquitoes released, and doing so repeatedly, theoretically, the population could be reduced dramatically.In the field test, just one species of mosquito was modified and released, Aedes aegypti. This is because it’s the sole carrier of dengue fever, as opposed to the myriad species that carry other diseases such as malaria. The gene modification causes both genders of the mosquito to overproduce a certain protein that leads to the underproduction of other proteins necessary to keep them alive. At a certain point, before they mature, they simply die. Tetracycline is used to keep the males alive that are bred in the lab and then released into the wild. Without the tetracycline, their offspring cannot survive.And while the field test, done in a part of the Caymen Islands, does appear promising, some worry that not enough testing was done to ensure that a monster species of mosquito isn’t created and unleashed unto an unsuspecting population. While that appears unlikely in this case, due to the fact that only males (who don’t bite people) are being modified, there is of course always a risk. Especially in light of the fact that some 0.5 percent of those modified are in fact female due to errors in separating the mosquitoes before the procedure is performed. There is also the worry about what happens when a very small number of those altered manage to survive and mate, producing over time, mosquitoes that evolve in ways that can’t be predicted. Field site and larval fluorescence. Image from Nature Biotechnology (2011) doi:10.1038/nbt.2019 © 2011 PhysOrg.com Citation: Researchers field test genetically modified mosquitoes to combat dengue fever (2011, October 31) retrieved 18 August 2019 from https://phys.org/news/2011-10-field-genetically-mosquitoes-combat-dengue.html This document is subject to copyright. Apart from any fair dealing for the purpose of private study or research, no part may be reproduced without the written permission. The content is provided for information purposes only.last_img read more

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Put on your tinfoil hat and watch the entire 1985 NBA Frozen

first_imgThe NBA Draft Lottery is tonight as the hardest tanking teams hope to change their fortunes and begin the road to trying to win basketball games on purpose.Regardless of what happens tonight, nothing will ever top the controversy surrounding the famous 1985 ‘Frozen Envelope’ Draft lottery, where the Knicks landed college player of the decade Patrick Ewing.The conspiracy goes that the envelope was placed in a freezer to make it easier to detect. It also alleged that the corner of the envelope was bent by throwing hard against the side of the hopper. All part David Stern’s devious master plan.The result. David Stern gets Patrick Ewing to the major market of New York, helping him build the league into a juggernaut. Or, there is no conspiracy. He does throw the envelope pretty hard against the side…..last_img read more

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The US Army Is Testing 3D Printed Drone Technology

first_img Free Webinar | Sept. 9: The Entrepreneur’s Playbook for Going Global Growing a business sometimes requires thinking outside the box. The U.S. Army is currently testing new technology that would enable soldiers to create drones using 3-D printers while out on the battlefield.The “unmanned aircraft systems” (or UAS) were selected for further experimentation at this year’s Army Expeditionary Warrior Experiments, an annual event in U.S. army conducts a series of technology experiments. Drones made via 3-D printing, which would allow soldiers to print customizable the unmanned aircraft systems based on their mission, were just one of the 50 pieces of tech selected for further testing.  Related: Scientists Are Training Drones to Find Lost HikersEric Spero, a senior research engineer at the U.S. Army Research Laboratory, said his team viewed the convergence of these two cutting-edge technologies as a valuable tool to help support decentralized, small-unit decision-making in challenging situations.”The concept takes advantage of 3-D printing as a future enabler and positions us, as the U.S. military, to take advantage of increasingly better manufacturing technologies.”Related: What the Heck Are Drones Good For, Anyway?Despite the potential, tests for the product could be more than a year away as teams collaborate on its creation and development.”This is not a solution for today,” Dr. Mark Valco, director of the Vehicle Technology Directorate, said in a press release. “Innovation is the key. We’re demonstrating a capability, but we need to evolve design tools, higher-grade materials and the ability to print faster. Our researchers are continually looking for opportunities to enable these new capabilities.”     2 min read Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. March 14, 2016 Register Now »last_img read more

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Prime Day Preview 60 Off PNY Flash Drives SSDs More

first_img Best & Worst Laptop Brands 2019Which laptop brand is best? We’ve ranked every major player from Apple to Huawei based on review scores, tech support, innovation and more.Volume 0%Press shift question mark to access a list of keyboard shortcutsKeyboard Shortcutsplay/pauseincrease volumedecrease volumeseek forwardsseek backwardstoggle captionstoggle fullscreenmute/unmuteseek to %SPACE↑↓→←cfm0-9接下来播放MacBook Air vs MacBook Pro: Which 13-inch MacBook Is Right For You?03:46关闭选项Automated Captions – en-USAutomated Captions – en-US facebook twitter 发邮件 reddit 链接https://www.laptopmag.com/articles/prime-day-preview-portable-storage-sale?jwsource=cl已复制直播00:0001:3001:30Your Recommended Playlist03:46MacBook Air vs MacBook Pro: Which 13-inch MacBook Is Right For You?02:01Apple’s Mac & iPad Pro Event: 5 Things You Need To Know01:30How to Use VLOOKUP in Excel01:07How to Find Your MAC Address in Windows 1001:34How to Reset a Windows 10 PC01:32How to Turn Your Windows 10 PC into a Wireless Display关闭  Advertisement by Taboolaby TaboolaSponsored LinksSponsored LinksPromoted LinksPromoted LinksYou May LikeKelley Blue Book5 Mid-engine Corvettes That Weren’tKelley Blue BookUndoTODAYPolice Identify Girl Licking Ice Cream Tub In Viral VideoTODAYUndoForbesAmerica’s Richest Self-Made WomenForbesUndoMy Food and FamilyHealthy, Homemade Drunken Thai Noodles In Just 20 MinutesMy Food and FamilyUndoVerizon WirelessThis new phone will blow your mind.Verizon WirelessUndoMayo ClinicManaging psoriatic arthritis painMayo ClinicUndoAdvertisementcenter_img The Amazon Prime Day sneak peeks continue, and today Amazon is offering a massive sale on PC storage. From high capacity microSD cards to portable SSDs, Amazon is taking up to 60% off PNY storage essentials.Pricing starts as low as $5.  Noteworthy deals include:PNY Turbo 32GB USB 3.0 Flash Drive for $5.59 ($4 off)PNY Monkey Tail 32GB USB 3.0 Flash Drive (2-Pack) for $11.99 ($18 off)PNY U3 Pro Elite 512GB MicroSD Card for $89.99 ($100 off)PNY Elite 480GB USB 3.0 Portable SSD for $119.99 ($30 off)shop the entire PNY storage sale at AmazonThere’s a chance many of these devices will be on sale again during Amazon Prime Day. However, if you can’t wait till then, this 1-day sale offers some solid price drops.Amazon is also discounting a wide selection of its own branded hardware, ahead its tentative July 15 Prime Day sale. Be sure to follow our Amazon Prime Day shopping guide for the latest news on Prime Day 2019. PNY Elite 480GB Portable SSDBetter Than Prime Day: 10-inch iPad Pro Now $250 OffBest Laptop Deals last_img read more

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Go back to the enewsletter Air New Zealand has

first_imgGo back to the e-newsletter >Air New Zealand has been named Australasia’s Leading Airline for the seventh consecutive year at the 2015 World Travel Awards. The airline also took out the award for Australasia’s Leading Airport Lounge for the Air New Zealand Lounge at Christchurch International Airport for the third year running.“To win Australasia’s Leading Airline for the seventh year in a row is incredibly exciting. We’re continually looking at ways to enhance the customer experience at all stages of the journey and these awards are testament to that work and to the efforts of our 11,000 staff,” says Air New Zealand General Manager Customer Experience Carrie Hurihanganui.All regional winners will compete for the World Travel Awards’ global awards to be announced at a gala ceremony on 12 December in Morocco.Go back to the e-newsletter >last_img read more

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Off festival Poland 5th – 7th August 2016 Its O

first_imgOff festival, Poland, 5th – 7th August 2016It’s Off’s tenth anniversary in 2016 and although the event has a reputation as one of Europe’s best heavy metal festivals, the line up has something for everyone, with acts including Mudhoney, Napalm Death and The Kills. The founders have always made a point of booking talent from all over the world, and this year there’s a lot of hype surrounding Jajouka, a Moroccan trance music outfit whose fans include Mick Jagger and Jimmy Page.Location: Katowice, PolandLine-up: The Kills, Mudhoney, GZA, Lush, GusGus, Thundercat, Jaga Jazzist, SBB, Sleaford Mods, Lightning BoltTickets: From £59 for three daysWebsite: off-festival.pl Exit, Serbia, 7th – 10th July 2016Serbia’s biggest music festival is just a few miles from Belgrade, the country’s capital, and is hosted in a breathtakingly spectacular setting, the ancient Petrovaradin Fortress. The different stages are connected by cobbled pathways, ramparts and tunnels and this year headliners include the Prodigy, Bastille, Ellie Goulding and the Vaccines. There’s camping onsite and plenty of nearby hostels.Location: Novi Sad, SerbiaLine-up: Paradise Lost, The Prodigy, David Guetta, Bastille, Zadig, Nina Kraviz, SigmaTickets: From £79 for four daysWebsite: exitfest.org Electric Elephant, Croatia, 7th – 11th July 2016Electric Elephant is quickly shaping up to be one of the best festivals in Croatia. Its location – on the beach in the beautiful seaside resort of Tisno – means that there are plenty of chill-out areas, and the open-air club, Barbarellas, has to be one of the coolest venues at any festival. Acts booked for this year’s bash include Âme, Andrew Weatherall, Bicep, Boo Williams, Craig Charles, Greg Wilson, Kerri Chandler, Laura Jones, Jacques Renault and Psychemagik. Once you’ve checked out your favourite DJ you can enjoy a yoga session on the sand, sign up for a boat party or visit the festival’s onsite spa.Location: Tisno, CroatiaLine-up: Jane Fitz, Optimo, Will Saul, Todd Terry, Kerri Chandler, Laura Jones, BicepTickets: From £110 for five daysWebsite: electricelephant.co.uk Like these suggestions? Here are a few more summer events to spend you cash on this year…10 of the world’s best festivals that you’ve got to visit at least once in your lifeFrom festivals in far-flung destinations to events closer to home, here’s where to check out the best acts in one place.The best festivals in the UKDone Reading, Isle of Wight, Glastonbury? We’ve got something a bit different for you this summer. Check out this killer line-up of the best music festivals in the UK.A guide to the best festivals in Thailand that you’ve probably never heard ofThailand’s best festivals might not be musical ones, but they’re some of the most spectacular events in the world.*Published May 2016. Prices correct at the time of publication but may be subject to change and/or availability.Skyscanner is the world’s travel search engine, helping your money go further on flights, hotels and car hire.ReturnOne wayMulti-cityFromAdd nearby airports ToAdd nearby airportsDepart14/08/2019Return21/08/2019Cabin Class & Travellers1 adult, EconomyDirect flights onlySearch flights Map Arona, Tenerife, 22nd – 23rd July 2016Only the best DJs perform at this festival, the setting of which is one of Tenerife’s best golf courses, the Le Palos Golf Club. Although some acts are still to be confirmed, deadmau5, Nervo, Don Diablo, Otto Knows and Danny Avila will all be appearing. Regardless of who the headline acts are, this festival is also a fantastic place to check out up and coming DJs you might not have heard of. There are two stages, one devoted entirely to electronic dance music. Pitch your tent in the adjoining camp area, where you’ll find hot showers, battery-charging stations, a food court and a supermarket. Why not turn this weekend festival into a week in topping up the tan and exploring Tenerife? Check out this guide for tips on what to see and do if you decide to stay post-party.Location: Tenerife, SpainLine-up: deadmau5, Nervo, Don Diablo, Otto Knows, DJ Nano, Danny Avila, Tchami, The Zombie KidsTickets: From £51 for two daysWebsite: aronasummerfestival.com Sundown, UK, 2nd – 4th September 2016Many of the UK’s festivals have lost their small town charm (T in the Park, for example, is now four times its original size) while ticket prices for both Glastonbury and Reading festival will set you back well over £200 this year. A weekend ticket for Sundown, one of the UK’s best small festivals, costs just £121. But that doesn’t mean you won’t get to see some seriously big names; Jason Derulo, Jess Glynne, Dizzee Rascal and Goldie will all be keeping you entertained. There’s a separate camping area for families but if you’re partial to a spot of glamping then sleep in a luxury bell tent. However, if shut eye’s the last thing on your mind, Sundown’s late night after parties are legendary.Location: Norwich, UKLine-up: Dizzee Rascal, Anne Marie, David Rodigan, Diskord, Flava D, Fleur East, Jason Derulo, Jess GlynneTickets: From £121 for three daysWebsite: sundownfestival.co.ukOasis, Morocco, 16th – 18th September 2016We know Morocco’s not in Europe but this fantastic event is such a short hop from Spain that we simply couldn’t leave it out. If you can’t hack the thought of sleeping under mouldy canvas or chomping on cold burgers you’ll love Oasis, a Moroccan music festival held at a luxury Marrakech hotel. The La Source resort sits at the foot of the beautiful Atlas Mountains, which form a stunning backdrop for this three-day festival. The line up is truly international; acts include top French DJ Jennifer Cardini and local talent like the DJ Amine K. The music cranks up when the sun sets over Oasis and daytime is when guests recover from the night before, whether it’s with a poolside massage or a visit to the local souk. Why not extend your trip and discover all of the charms Marrakech has to offer? Here are our bucket-list suggestions in case you decide to stick around.Location: Marrakech, MoroccoLine-up: Bicep, B.Traits, David August, Dixon, Derrick May, Dubfire, Eli & Fur, Helena Hauff, Hunee, Job Jobse, Tale Of UsTickets: From £115 for three daysWebsite: theoasisfest.com Victorious Festival, UK, 27th – 28th August 2016Manic Street Preaches and Travis are just two of the fantastic acts you’ll get to see if you snap up tickets for this Portsmouth festival. 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