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A Tesco drone delivery trial will see small items dropped off at customers’ homes within 30 minutes of ordering.
Based at Tesco’s Oranmore store, County Galway, the drones will deliver “small baskets” of goods to the local area.
The drones, supplied by Manna, which already runs medicine delivery trials in Ireland, will launch next month.
Flying at 50mph (80km/h), they can deliver up to 4kg (9lb) of shopping – in a cargo cassette lowered from the drone – a mile away in three minutes.
Manna had planned a takeaway food delivery trial in March but changed its focus to medicines during the coronavirus pandemic. It now delivers prescriptions and other essential supplies in the town of Moneygall.
In 2016, retail giant Amazon made its first commercial drone delivery in the UK – from its fulfilment centre in Cambridge to a local resident, within 13 minutes of the order
Phil Blair’s “Career Advice” column will not run in the San Diego Union-Tribune business section on Mondays for at least a couple of months, reports readers representative Adrian Vore.
Vore reports, “That’s because he is running for one of three open seats on the Del Mar City Council. His column last appeared Aug. 24.
“‘We don’t want to give someone a platform,’ said business editor Diana McCabe.
“He also participates in Sunday’s U-T Econometer feature. He’ll be on hiatus for that, as well.
“Business columnist Neil Senturia has a connection to a political campaign. He is married to San Diego City Councilwoman Barbara Bry, who is running against Assemblyman Todd Gloria for San Diego mayor.
“Senturia writes the ‘I’m There for You Baby’ venture-capital column that appears on Mondays. Readers will continue to see his articles, however, because he is not the candidate. But McCabe said the columns