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83% of Brits to take a UK break this year

Holidays at home are on the up. Read More

Ceremonies mark centenary of Gallipoli

Thousands of Australians and New Zealanders have gathered at Gallipoli to mark the 100th anniversary... Read More

Nut funny: Bogus 999 caller demands ambulance for squirrel

A nutty caller stunned emergency services by dialling 999 to demand an ambulance for a squirrel that... Read More

Collie-sion course: Sheepdog drives tractor across motorway

Drivers had a narrow escape when a sheepdog drove a runaway tractor across a busy motorway and into... Read More

Ceremonies mark centenary of Gallipoli

Thousands of Australians and New Zealanders have gathered at Gallipoli to mark the 100th anniversary... Read More

Visa row: Aussie husband of ex-British squash champ refused UK entry

Six-time British squash champion Cassie Thomas has been told she can't bring her family back to... Read More

Digital Entrepreneur Awards open for entries

DEAs looking to reward digital success. Read More

Faking it: Bragging Brits fib about weekend adventures

Take it with a pinch of salt the next time your pals boast that they've spent the weekend... Read More

Hello Kitty Live is coming to the UK

Hello Kitty Live to hold world premiere in London before UK tour. Read More

Benedict Cumberbatch has a meltdown!

TV’s “dishiest drama actor” received a good ‘Easter licking’ following public display as... Read More

Intrepid twats Beyoncé over elephant ride

One of the backpacking’s favourite trip organisers, Intrepid Travel, has been in a Yuletide... Read More

New James Bond film to be called Spectre

The next James Bond movie is to be called Spectre, the film’s cast and producers revealed to the... Read More

Nut funny: Bogus 999 caller demands ambulance for squirrel

A nutty caller stunned emergency services by dialling 999 to demand an ambulance for a squirrel that... Read More

Collie-sion course: Sheepdog drives tractor across motorway

Drivers had a narrow escape when a sheepdog drove a runaway tractor across a busy motorway and into... Read More

Ten-tonne 'fatberg' shatters Chelsea sewer

Posh residents of Chelsea clogged up their west London sewer with an evil-smelling 10-tonne fatberg... Read More

Hair-brained: Kiwi PM apologises for pulling waitress's ponytail

New Zealand prime minister John Key has apologised for pulling a waitress's hair while making... Read More

Latest Stories & Sports


West End Wednesdays is back

West End Wednesdays, the hugely popular promotion which offers theatre lovers half price tickets to... Read More

Largest inflatable Sydney Harbour Bridge lands in London

Aussie favourite to bring a taste of Sydney to the Southbank from 22-26 April with the Up&Go... Read More

London’s VE Day 70: A party to remember

Tickets go on sale today for what looks like being London’s biggest party since the millennium. Read More

Occupy to deliver arrest warrant for Rupert Murdoch to News UK HQ

Activists from the Occupy movement will today deliver a giant arrest warrant detailing Rupert... Read More

Special Earth Day video

Check out this video created for Earth Day which shows how we can be more sustainable when we travel... Read More

Koala class: Special envoys jet out to Singapore

A quartet of koalas enjoyed a taste of luxury business-class travel before flying from Australia to... Read More

Shark kills 13-year-old surfer off French holiday island

A 13-year-old surfing champion has been killed in a shark attack off the French holiday island of... Read More

Pilots suspended over cockpit punch-up

Two pilots have been suspended by Air India after they allegedly came to blows in the cockpit... Read More

83% of Brits to take a UK break this year

Holidays at home are on the up. Read More

Special Earth Day video

Check out this video created for Earth Day which shows how we can be more sustainable when we travel... Read More

Celeb studded Coachella hailed the most expensive summer festival

Coachella in California top the charts as the most expensive festival for music lovers this year,... Read More

Fly to New Zealand for £75

To celebrate 75 years of flying, Air New Zealand is offering £75 return ‘Flying Kiwi’ fares to... Read More

Marvellous innings: Cricket legend Richie Benaud dies at 84

Cricket lovers around the world are mourning the loss of former Australian Test captain and... Read More

Australia cruise to fifth Cricket World Cup triumph

Australia won the Cricket World Cup for the fifth time as they destroyed first-time finalists New... Read More

Australia to face New Zealand in World Cup Final

Australia will face New Zealand in the Cricket World Cup Final on Sunday after demolishing defending... Read More

Elliott blasts New Zealand into first World Cup Final

New Zealand reached their first Cricket World Cup Final as all-rounder Grant Elliott blasted a... Read More

Travel


Oz trip: Cairns calling

In Australia’s tourist capital, you’ll spend your days in freefall and your nights looking for... Read More

Burmese Days

James Briggs takes a trip to magical Myanmar. Read More

Big trip: South America

South America made simple. Read More

Rocking out in Alice Springs

Don’t be deterred by the effort involved in reaching Alice Springs. The pay off - Aboriginal... Read More

Top five Thailand

TNT selects our favourite things to and places to see in the 'Land of Smiles'. Read More

The safe waters of Lake Langano

Wondering what the fuss is over Lake Langano? Adam Corre explains all Read More

New at Thorpe Park: I'm a Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here maze

Get a slice of Australia in England at Thorpe Parks' latest attraction full of creepy crawlies... Read More

Top five things to do in Brighton this summer

We reveal where to dance, eat, shop, drink and relax in the nations favourite seaside resort. Read More

Paddywagon Tours launches new day tour operator in London

The good folk at Paddywagon launch their brand new sister company Day Tours London tomorrow... Read More

Dive in: wild swimming in the Outer Hebrides, Scotland

The Outer Hebrides are a rugged paradise with world-class beaches and some of the best wild swimming... Read More

Get close (but not too close) to nature by glamping in Scotland

A weekend glamping in the whimsical Featherdown Farms in Scotland is a great way to ease you back... Read More

Love sport? Love travel? Love England in 2015!

Here are the top three sporting events happening in England this year, so you can explore this fine... Read More

Burmese Days

James Briggs takes a trip to magical Myanmar. Read More

Four top road trips

Looking for an adventure on four wheels? Emma Sparks from Lonely Planet shares her must-try road... Read More

The top 10 events not to miss in Ibiza 2015

The road to the Ibiza 2015 season is well under way, so let's have a look at the top 10 events... Read More

Top five train journeys

Our top five train journeys span three continents and every imaginable terrain. Read More

A guide to Israel

It may be a tiny sliver of land, but Israel's got a lot going on. Here’s the low-down on a... Read More

Unique Europe

Planning a trip to Europe? Consider some of the continent's more unusual destinations says Paul... Read More

Oz trip: Cairns calling

In Australia’s tourist capital, you’ll spend your days in freefall and your nights looking for... Read More

48 hours in Moscow

The rouble has crashed and diplomatic relations have turned decidedly cold, but Moscow is still open... Read More

Couchsurfing in Uzès, France

Liz Stoneman enjoys more than just a free bed for the night in Uzès, France. Read More

The top 10 events not to miss in Ibiza 2015

The road to the Ibiza 2015 season is well under way, so let's have a look at the top 10 events... Read More

The low-down on La Tomatina

La Tomatina in Buñol is the world's most famous food fight. Read More

Top five secret beaches in Ibiza

Beautiful and underrated, relax in paradise away from the hustle and bustle of the mad Ibiza party... Read More

Don't Miss in London

Arts & Entertainment


Preview: VIP's London Record Fair, Saturday 25 April

With vinyl records on a comeback, London music fans are in for a treat when this fantastic show... Read More

Circus, Shoreditch style

A new Circus night is coming to Shoreditch and what better place to have it then Trapeze Bar. Read More

Summer and soul in the capital

Stacee Humphreys checks out two music imports that are making a mark in London. Read More

West End Wednesdays is back

West End Wednesdays, the hugely popular promotion which offers theatre lovers half price tickets to... Read More

London’s VE Day 70: A party to remember

Tickets go on sale today for what looks like being London’s biggest party since the millennium. Read More

Shoreditch and beyond

Stacee Humphreys previews the Shoreditch scene before checking out Chalk Farm. Read More

The Devil Makes Three return to London's Scala

The punkified Californian country and bluegrass trio ‘The Devil Makes Three’ make their return... Read More

It's all happening in Old Street

Old Street has got something for everyone this week says Stacee Humphreys Read More

Frankly, go to Bollywood

A new experimental event, Bollywood Fever, is all set to hit London’s South Bank during the Spring... Read More

Sweet-art! Empire cinemas unveils pick ‘n’ mix poster

Empire Cinemas commissions the UK's first ever pick 'n' mix fim poster for new... Read More

Charlize Theron Interview - Mad Max : Fury Road

We can’t wait for the release of Aussie blockbuster Mad Max: Fury Road later this year. We chat... Read More

Will you ever meet your very own Christian Grey? Er... no

With Fifty Shades of Grey due for 'release' on February 13, we look into the world of BDSM... Read More

West End Wednesdays is back

West End Wednesdays, the hugely popular promotion which offers theatre lovers half price tickets to... Read More

Generation of Z: Will you survive London’s Zombie Apocalypse?

Jessica Lever reviews The Generation of Z at Dept W. Read More

Theatre Review: Gypsy

She may be short in stature, but whether on stage or on screen, Imelda Staunton is a force to be... Read More

Theatre Review: The Twits

The musical stage adaptation of Roald Dahl’s Matilda has been running for years, and Charlie... Read More

London Life


Preview: VIP's London Record Fair, Saturday 25 April

With vinyl records on a comeback, London music fans are in for a treat when this fantastic show... Read More

Largest inflatable Sydney Harbour Bridge lands in London

Aussie favourite to bring a taste of Sydney to the Southbank from 22-26 April with the Up&Go... Read More

The Book Club Millennials Debate

Ahead of the General Election 2015, The Book Club is holding a panel discussion on 27 April, a... Read More

What's on in April

London is yours to discover with our list of unmissable April activities. Read More

The Queen of Hoxton launches summer rooftop

Queen of Hoxton’s year-round rooftop is to be transformed into Smokin’ Graciela’s Rooftop Bar... Read More

My London – Anna Mackenzie

We interview the co-founder of Cuckoo Bircher Muesli Read More

One for the IT crowd

Here’s a weird little cocktail bar hidden inside the converted store room of an Apple Mac computer... Read More

Bar of the month: Rum & Sugar

Check out this trendy Docklands cocktail bar that's located in a listed rum warehouse. Read More

Furnish your first London home

There's nothing quite like moving into your first flat in London, a great step as you forge... Read More

Event: Big Vinyl Record Fair – Mar 7

There will be records and more music memorabilia than you can possibly imagine at this vinyl record... Read More

Exhibition: Noel Fielding – Mar 7, 14 and 15

Noel Fielding's artistic talents go on display in this exhibition at the Royal Albert Hall. Read More

Where to go swimming in London

You people who are used to vast surfing beaches in the big outdoors might find It’s easy to adopt... Read More

Circus, Shoreditch style

A new Circus night is coming to Shoreditch and what better place to have it then Trapeze Bar. Read More

Shoreditch and beyond

Stacee Humphreys previews the Shoreditch scene before checking out Chalk Farm. Read More

The Queen of Hoxton launches summer rooftop

Queen of Hoxton’s year-round rooftop is to be transformed into Smokin’ Graciela’s Rooftop Bar... Read More

Top 10 eggciting Easter parties

You’re in for a real treat this Easter, and we don’t mean chocolate! Here's the low-down on... Read More

Lifestyle


E-cigarettes becoming popular with teens, health experts warn

Alarming research published in BMC Public Health has revealed that one in five teenagers... Read More

Chemical reaction: top five perfumes

Can fragrances really affect your mood? Erica Camus investigates... Read More

5 rules for a more trusting relationship

If you’re prone to getting mugs hurled across the room at you because you made another... Read More

Join the first ever women’s AFL league in London

With women's Aussie Rules (AFL) gaining momentum in the UK, London has established its first... Read More

Tips to get the right mindset for marathon running

At this time of year it's hard to stay positive, particularly about running. But if you're... Read More

Top 10 tips for making it through dry January

Dry January is the perfect way for your body and wallet to recover from an indulgent Christmas, but... Read More

Top 3 ways to reach your 2015 fitness goals

Tired of being told to lose your beer belly and leave the pub once in a while? Well here are three... Read More

Party animals handed grim warning over mixing drink and drugs

Festive revellers have been reminded of the potentially lethal risks of mixing alcohol and drugs... Read More

Could you become the next lunch legend?

It’s time to become a Lunch Legend and give you and your colleagues exactly what you deserve! Read More

Could Britain still raise interest rates in 2015?

A few months ago, expectations were high that the Bank of England would move to raise interest rates... Read More

Cheaper train travel! Split tickets offer a fare deal

Rail passengers seeking cheap train tickets are going mad for a money-saving website which digs out... Read More

Win a hotel and start your new career

If you’ve always wanted to be a hotelier, why not take a chance at snapping up a hotel in a prize... Read More

Money saving tips for your move abroad

If you’re craving change and are looking outside of the UK for opportunities, you may want to... Read More

Top tips to improve your credit rating

Feeling the pinch after Christmas? Be sure to avoid pay-day loans by improving your credit rating... Read More

5 simple steps to get out of debt

Sometimes, the process of getting into debt is sudden due to an unexpected life situation, like a... Read More

Hope for cheaper rent in London

Average rental prices in London have dropped by 3.8%, though you could still be paying half of your... Read More

Couchsurfing in Uzès, France

Liz Stoneman enjoys more than just a free bed for the night in Uzès, France. Read More

Hotel review: Urban Villa, Brentford

Brentford might not be the first place you think of for a great night; but the people behind... Read More

9 ways to spider proof your holiday

Scared of spiders? Been put off an outdoor holiday because of them? Read More

Hostelworld’s Android App Makes Booking Even Easier

With their brand new Android app, Hostelworld has made booking accommodation for your next trip even... Read More

London area guide: Live fabulously in Fitzrovia

Fitzrovia is the area of London between Oxford Street and the Euston Road, and Gower Street and... Read More

The golden rules for relocating to London

If you've been living in London for a while, you will already know what the locals know -... Read More

A renter's guide to French London

France may have suffered a whooping at the hands of Wales in rugby union’s RBS Six Nations last... Read More

Ten top tips to rent successfully in London

Renting a flat in London can be a daunting task - it’s stressful, time-consuming and rather... Read More

Successful marketing strategies for your new London business

If you have a great idea for a new startup business and you want to make London your base, then you... Read More

Career spotlight: Self-employed carer

Kim Lyttle, 27, is originally from Sydney but she now lives in Roehampton. She works as a... Read More

Nurture your creative talent at the Shinebright Studio

The Shinebright Studio is a seven-week creative pop-up at the Old Truman Brewery which aims to... Read More

Looking to build your wildlife photography portfolio? There's a course for that...

If you've set your heart upon being a travel photographer but you need to get some experience... Read More

Love watching film and TV? This could be the job of your dreams...

If you're addicted to the box, this could be your perfect job... Read More

New creative hub launched in Shoreditch

Spread over four floors of a 1950s modernist building, Forge & Co. is a new east London creative... Read More

Want to work with pandas in China or orangutans in Malaysia?

Travel company i-to-i has just turned 20, and to celebrate its big birthday, the company is looking... Read More

Career spotlight: Have you got what it takes to be a manager?

If you've always had dreams of climbing the career ladder but you're unsure of where to... Read More


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