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Sydney’s Luna Park reopens
08 April 2004
Sydney’s Luna Park amusement park reopened on 4 April, following an AUS$100m revamp.
Tussauds repositions Chessington and Thorpe Park
07 Apr 2004
Tussauds Group is repositioning two of its theme parks to target different markets.
Flying Scotsman to stay in Britain
05 Apr 2004
One of the world’s most famous steam engines, The Flying Scotsman, has been returned to public ownership after 41 years.
Final Concorde makes its way to retirement home
05 Apr 2004
The last British Airways (BA) Concorde has begun its journey to its retirement home – the Museum of Flight at East Fortune, Edinburgh.
Out with the old, in with the new at Dreamworld
31 Mar 2004
After 21 years of thrilling guests at the Gold Coast’s Dreamworld theme park, the Thunderbolt rollercoaster is being dismantled, due to rising maintenance costs.
Europe’s first artificial reef created in Plymouth
13 Apr 2004
A decommissioned warship has been sunk to create the first artificial haven for divers.
Bugged out at Bristol Zoo
24 Mar 2004
A new, interactive exhibition, focusing on the life of invertebrates, will be opening at Bristol Zoo Gardens on 1 April.
Sentosa Sky Tower opens
25 Mar 2004
An iconic viewing platform called The Carlsberg Sky Tower has opened on Singapore’s island resort of Sentosa.
Met issues terror warnings: London attack is ‘inevitable’
18 Mar 2004
Metropolitan Police commissioner, Sir John Stevens, has warned that a terror attack on London is ‘inevitable’.
Language learners targeted by Welsh tourism initiative
17 Mar 2004
A new marketing initiative has been launched in north west Wales to promote the area as a tourist destination to Welsh language learners.
Six Flags eats its words and offloads European operations
12 Mar 2004
Oklahoma City-based leisure company, Six Flags, has announced it is to sell seven of its eight European theme parks to a private investment firm for around $200m (£111.5m) – just months after it declared it had no intention of selling any of its assets.
World’s largest indoor rain forest gets go-ahead
10 Mar 2004
Local authorities in Berlin, Germany, have given the green light for a British-Malaysian business consortium to create a rain forest inside a giant zeppelin hangar.
£15m butterfly dome planned for St Albans
10 Mar 2004
Property developer, Clive Farrell, has received planning permission from local authorities to build a £15m transparent butterfly dome in St Albans, Hertfordshire.
US museum goes head first into health
10 Mar 2004
The HealthSpace Cleveland museum has a new attraction: an interactive multi-media experience which aims to build visitors’ decision-making skills.
Apartheid museum comes of age
09 Mar 2004
The Apartheid museum, in Johannesburg, South Africa, has been taking its first tentative steps without direct funding from the company which made its unique birth possible.
Feline fun at Scots museum
09 Mar 2004
Scotland’s Royal Museum in Edinburgh is staging a natural history exhibition of the feline kind until 30 May.
Leeds to receive £19m for new museum
08 Mar 2004
The Heritage Lottery Fund has today handed out its biggest ever grant for Yorkshire, giving £19m to the city of Leeds for a new museum.
Lincoln arts centre gets go-ahead
08 Mar 2004
Plans to build an £8.5m performing arts complex in Lincoln have moved a step closer, following a £1.5m grant from Arts Council England.
Disney shareholders revolt against Eisner
04 Mar 2004
Michael Eisner was yesterday forced to stand down as the chair of the Disney Group, following a shareholder revolt.
£100m revamp for Trentham Gardens
27 Feb 2004
Trentham Gardens, one of England’s largest formal gardens, is nearing the completion of the first phase of its £100m re-development programme.
     
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9385 to 9404 of 9489 news stories
Sydney’s Luna Park reopens
08 April 2004
Sydney’s Luna Park amusement park reopened on 4 April, following an AUS$100m revamp.
Tussauds repositions Chessington and Thorpe Park
07 Apr 2004
Tussauds Group is repositioning two of its theme parks to target different markets.
Flying Scotsman to stay in Britain
05 Apr 2004
One of the world’s most famous steam engines, The Flying Scotsman, has been returned to public ownership after 41 years.
Final Concorde makes its way to retirement home
05 Apr 2004
The last British Airways (BA) Concorde has begun its journey to its retirement home – the Museum of Flight at East Fortune, Edinburgh.
Out with the old, in with the new at Dreamworld
31 Mar 2004
After 21 years of thrilling guests at the Gold Coast’s Dreamworld theme park, the Thunderbolt rollercoaster is being dismantled, due to rising maintenance costs.
Europe’s first artificial reef created in Plymouth
13 Apr 2004
A decommissioned warship has been sunk to create the first artificial haven for divers.
Bugged out at Bristol Zoo
24 Mar 2004
A new, interactive exhibition, focusing on the life of invertebrates, will be opening at Bristol Zoo Gardens on 1 April.
Sentosa Sky Tower opens
25 Mar 2004
An iconic viewing platform called The Carlsberg Sky Tower has opened on Singapore’s island resort of Sentosa.
Met issues terror warnings: London attack is ‘inevitable’
18 Mar 2004
Metropolitan Police commissioner, Sir John Stevens, has warned that a terror attack on London is ‘inevitable’.
Language learners targeted by Welsh tourism initiative
17 Mar 2004
A new marketing initiative has been launched in north west Wales to promote the area as a tourist destination to Welsh language learners.
Six Flags eats its words and offloads European operations
12 Mar 2004
Oklahoma City-based leisure company, Six Flags, has announced it is to sell seven of its eight European theme parks to a private investment firm for around $200m (£111.5m) – just months after it declared it had no intention of selling any of its assets.
World’s largest indoor rain forest gets go-ahead
10 Mar 2004
Local authorities in Berlin, Germany, have given the green light for a British-Malaysian business consortium to create a rain forest inside a giant zeppelin hangar.
£15m butterfly dome planned for St Albans
10 Mar 2004
Property developer, Clive Farrell, has received planning permission from local authorities to build a £15m transparent butterfly dome in St Albans, Hertfordshire.
US museum goes head first into health
10 Mar 2004
The HealthSpace Cleveland museum has a new attraction: an interactive multi-media experience which aims to build visitors’ decision-making skills.
Apartheid museum comes of age
09 Mar 2004
The Apartheid museum, in Johannesburg, South Africa, has been taking its first tentative steps without direct funding from the company which made its unique birth possible.
Feline fun at Scots museum
09 Mar 2004
Scotland’s Royal Museum in Edinburgh is staging a natural history exhibition of the feline kind until 30 May.
Leeds to receive £19m for new museum
08 Mar 2004
The Heritage Lottery Fund has today handed out its biggest ever grant for Yorkshire, giving £19m to the city of Leeds for a new museum.
Lincoln arts centre gets go-ahead
08 Mar 2004
Plans to build an £8.5m performing arts complex in Lincoln have moved a step closer, following a £1.5m grant from Arts Council England.
Disney shareholders revolt against Eisner
04 Mar 2004
Michael Eisner was yesterday forced to stand down as the chair of the Disney Group, following a shareholder revolt.
£100m revamp for Trentham Gardens
27 Feb 2004
Trentham Gardens, one of England’s largest formal gardens, is nearing the completion of the first phase of its £100m re-development programme.
     
 


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