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Aussie Michael Rogers wins stage 16 of Tour de France

With a classy bow as he crossed the line, Australian Michael Rogers claimed victory in the 16th... Read More

Australia Zoo’s Wildlife Hospital set to receive £27,000 funding

AAT Kings and the TreadRight Foundation have teamed up with Australia Zoo Wildlife Warriors to... Read More

Chinese girl labelled 'Cat Girl' after growing black fur

Six-year-old Zhao Xinrui started sprouting black fur last year, and now it has spread to her back,... Read More

Two 8ft boa constrictors found in a park in East Ham

The snakes were found in Plashet Park in east London, near a children's play area. The little... Read More

By George, he's grown: Royal family celebrate Prince George's first birthday

George's parents, those lesser-known royals The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, are rumoured to... Read More

Game of Moans: Brit actress Maisie Williams throws a Twitter-strop after being denied access to BA's business class lounge

It would appear that Maisie Williams is a feisty little madam on and off-screen, as her latest... Read More

Heatwave warning issued for the UK

If you've been sweltering in the office today, watch out - the the Met Office has issued a... Read More

'Shy' clownfish that refuse to mate given a private love nest with red velvet curtains

Anyone who's ever tried to have sex while being watched by a household pet will know how hard... Read More

Tulisa trial collapses after undercover reporter's evidence labelled as 'lies'

Good news for N-Dubz singer and former X Factor judge Tulisa Contostavlos - her trial for reportedly... Read More

Teen thinks Instagram deleted account because she's too fat

It seems almost unbelievable but a US student had her Instagram account temporarily removed... Read More

Celebrity law watch: Are you taking the piss?

That hotel toilet near you might not be as private as you think. And I’m not taking the piss: just... Read More

Guy Pearce speaks out about drug use in GQ interview

Guy Pearce's secret marijuana addiction saw him virtually housebound for a whole year and... Read More

Chinese girl labelled 'Cat Girl' after growing black fur

Six-year-old Zhao Xinrui started sprouting black fur last year, and now it has spread to her back,... Read More

Florida city bans sagging trousers

Ocala, a city in Florida, has become the latest US city to ban the wearing of baggy trousers. Read More

Man robs restaurant then returns a few hours later for a spot of lunch

Daniel Lee Warn, 28, was arrested after he returned to chain restaurant El Pollo Loco in California... Read More

Jaws bites off more than he can chew, ends up sleeping with the fishes

A great white shark that washed ashore an Australian beach earlier this week may have choked to... Read More

Latest Stories & Sports


Two 8ft boa constrictors found in a park in East Ham

The snakes were found in Plashet Park in east London, near a children's play area. The little... Read More

London Zoo defends its after-hours parties despite reports of drunken mishaps

ZSL London Zoo's 'Late Events', which are advertised as an 'after-party with the... Read More

Battersea Dogs and Cats Home 'bursting with orphan kittens' as hot weather makes London cats horny

Battersea Dogs and Cats Home is 'bursting with orphan kittens' because the hot weather... Read More

Mongol Rally with eight Aussie teams set to launch from Battersea Park on Saturday

The 11th edition of the annual Mongol Rally launches this weekend from Battersea Park - and this... Read More

Germans leave Brits in the shade when it comes to body confidence on the beach

If you're a Brit that would rather walk across hot coals than sashay across the beach in just... Read More

Malaysia Airlines crash: 27 Australians and 9 Brits presumed dead

At least 298 people are presumed dead after a Malaysia Airlines jet crashed in eastern Ukraine - it... Read More

Cathay Pacific named world's best airline

Cathay Pacific has been named the world's best airline at the World Airline Awards, the Hong... Read More

'Dead girl' wakes up at her own funeral

The three-year-old started moving her head and stirring during her funeral before her family took... Read More

40 tourist scams to watch out for this summer

Even if you're a seasoned traveller, you'd do well to read this... Read More

Trips to Haiti resume five years after killer earthquake

The quake, which hit Haiti on January 12, 2010, killed hundreds and thousands of people and affected... Read More

Hate jet lag? Here are fifteen ways to stay feeling human when you travel

From days of irritability and inability to sleep to lack of appetite and even diarrhoea,... Read More

Malaysia Airlines flight crashes in Ukraine

A Malaysian passenger airliner with 295 people on board has crashed in Ukraine, the Reuters news... Read More

Aussie Michael Rogers wins stage 16 of Tour de France

With a classy bow as he crossed the line, Australian Michael Rogers claimed victory in the 16th... Read More

England abysmal as epic collapse hands India victory on day five at Lord's

A pathetic collapse after lunch saw England crumble to defeat against India before tea on day five... Read More

Commonwealth Games 2014: Fab 14 for Glasgow

You think the Commonwealth Games doesn’t have star power? Think again. Here are 14 of the... Read More

England face defeat at Lord's going into day 5 as captain Cook fails again

It doesn't look good for England, or Alastair Cook, as they stare down the barrel of defeat on... Read More

Travel


Big Trip: Saffa's Up

From killer waves to killer whales, South Africa’s beaches offer a plethora of adventures and a... Read More

Big trip: China in your hand

When travelling the length of China along the ancient trade routes of the Silk Road, the only real... Read More

Big Trip: Sri Lanka

Tucked away at the bottom of India and surrounded by the Indian Ocean, the island of Sri Lanka is a... Read More

Big Trip: Salsa through South America

Spell-binding scenery, hip-shaking beats, sultry summer sun and endless partying on the beach –... Read More

Big Trip: It began in (North) Africa

North Africa has some of the most exciting and exotic cultures and landscapes in the world. Read More

UK Trip: Game on, Glasgow

The Commonwealth Games are heading for Glasgow, and you should be too. On your marks, get set, go... Read More

UK Trip: The future's Brighton

Finger-licking fish and chips, vibrant vintage shops and a nightlife cheekier than a Carry On film.... Read More

UK Trip: Munro bagging in Scotland

Fill your boots; and maybe your trousers, writes our intrepid travel reporter. Read More

UK guide: South West England

Grab a car and your mates and take a road trip to the South West of England, home to some of the... Read More

Kilty pleasures: Scotland wants to be free, but all we want is a Highland fling...

In September this year, the Scots are voting to decide if they want their country to be independent... Read More

The five best places to detox body and mind in the UK

Still having panic attacks at the thought of wearing your new bikini? Feeling stressed out because... Read More

Destination guide: France

Split into 95 départements and boasting some 37,000 villages, The Hexagon, as the French have... Read More

Moroccan magic: A guide to Morocco

From bustling streets to silver screen-worthy landscapes, Morocco is a country that offers culture,... Read More

Kiwi Experience: The trip of a lifetime

See the whole of New Zealand with Kiwi Experience in just 29 days, and you’ll still remember it 29... Read More

Destination Guide: West Coast USA

We’re not about to get involved with the East Coast-West Coast gang wars, but when it comes to an... Read More

Destination Guide: The magic of the Med

The Mediterranean coast and Balearic Islands boast glistening waters, sun-bleached cliffs, ancient... Read More

Destination: Egypt

The marvels of the ancient world await and the beaches sizzle in this magical country that’s... Read More

European break: Amsterdam

Everyone knows what Amsterdam is famous for, but there’s much more to this idyllic city than fine... Read More

European break: Sweden

There’s more to Sweden than its capital. Don’t get us wrong, it’s still worth a visit, but... Read More

European break: A taste of Northern Italy

Hills and hazelnut farms for miles in every direction, ancient wine cellars filled with Barolo,... Read More

European break: That's why we go to Iceland

You might not get a frozen voulevant, but you will get glaciers, volcanoes and natural bubbling spas... Read More

European break: Lisbon to your heart

Packed with culture, character, art and history, Lisbon demands attention, time and comfortable... Read More

Hit the road with a van tour

What could be better? A van packed with mates and a summer packed with as many destinations as you... Read More

Don't Miss in London

Arts & Entertainment


Can't get to the surf? Let the surf come to you...

This month, Surfdome celebrate summer in the city with a six week long pop-up store in East London. Read More

Theatre: The Crucible

The Old Vic’s in-the-round season continues with South African director Yaël Farber’s visceral... Read More

Feel the romance at the Festival of Love this summer

The Southbank Centre’s summer-long Festival of Love is dedicated to the theme of love (obviously),... Read More

Queen of Hoxton presents their Ukulele Hootenanny Summer Party

Queen of Hoxton's weekly free Ukulele Hootenanny is celebrating two years of spreading uke love... Read More

Catch the best Aussie musicians in London this summer

Summer in Europe tends to be synonymous with the word ‘festival’. Indeed, with hundreds popping... Read More

Feeling Gloomy - The Libertines: Can't Stand Me Now Special

Join legendary Feeling Gloomy DJs Len and Cliff as they mark the occasion by playing all your... Read More

Festival Review: London’s Calling Festival - Saturday

We all know that feeling. You’re back at work after spending the weekend in a field listening to... Read More

Dance the night away at Shoreditch Got Soul

Shoreditch Got Soul launches on Friday, June 27 and will run on the last Friday every other month at... Read More

The pioneers of alfresco cinema are back - and this time they're bringing burgers!

Picture the scene - sunny summer evening, cold beer in one hand, tasty burger in the other, your... Read More

TNT at the movies: Godzilla

When I was a kid I had the same recurring nightmare: a giant dinosaur/lizard would chase and then... Read More

The film world of Jean Paul Gaultier

If you love JPG's clothes, you'll love this week-long film exhibition at the Barbican. Read More

Enjoy 'Silent Cinema' at ZSL London Zoo

ZSL London Zoo is launching a brand new cinematic experience this May, offering film-lovers the... Read More

Theatre: The Crucible

The Old Vic’s in-the-round season continues with South African director Yaël Farber’s visceral... Read More

Theatre: Forbidden Broadway & Pacific Overtures

In one form or another, this New York-born show by Gerard Alessandrini has been around for over... Read More

See Shakespeare in The Great Outdoors

After the success of its double bill of ‘As You Like It’ and ‘A Midsummer Night’s Dream’... Read More

Theatre: Skylight & The Valley of Astonishment

At about the same time as influential theatre and film director Peter Brook founded his Paris-based... Read More

London Life


Feel the romance at the Festival of Love this summer

The Southbank Centre’s summer-long Festival of Love is dedicated to the theme of love (obviously),... Read More

ANZ Golf Challenge 2014: Australia Vs New Zealand Annual Golf Day

This annual Golf Day was established in 1926, and has been played annually ever since. This year,... Read More

Bowled Over 2014

The sun is shining...sometimes...so it must be time for the TNT Barefoot Bowls Tournament! Read More

TNT Language School 2014

The TNT Language School is back! Read More

Fill your boots at Carnaby Street Eat

This free one-day international food festival will be in London on Sunday, July 20. Read More

Feast on street food in east London

This long-awaited pop-up street foodie fiesta, created by the Real Food Festival ‘East Village... Read More

HMS Plate & Shaker Docked in Cuba

Viva la Revolution! Viva el Capitan! Or something like that. Read More

Bar review: Tree House

Ever since I was a kid, I’ve loved ‘hidden spaces’: basement dens, attics, secret cubby... Read More

Can't get to the surf? Let the surf come to you...

This month, Surfdome celebrate summer in the city with a six week long pop-up store in East London. Read More

How to solve a problem like a visa?

Commonwealth Exchange need TNT volunteers to help with their project on Commonwealth visas. Can you... Read More

Take a sonic stroll through the City of London on Sunday morning

You see the city every day - but can you actually hear what's going on? Read More

The savvy Londoner's guide to cycling in the capital

With summer well and truly here and the Tour De France just around the corner, many of us have been... Read More

Queen of Hoxton presents their Ukulele Hootenanny Summer Party

Queen of Hoxton's weekly free Ukulele Hootenanny is celebrating two years of spreading uke love... Read More

Get on down at Hot Dub Time Machine

Hot on the heels of a huge UK tour last autumn and selling over 12,000 tickets at the 2013 Edinburgh... Read More

Notsosilent roof party with Maurice Fulton

Following their rooftop parties in May and June, Notsosilent are getting ready for the third party... Read More

Swing like you're winning at the 50th Prohibition Party

On Saturday, June 28, glamorous pleasure-seekers are invited to party as if it’s 1922 at the 50th... Read More

Lifestyle


Essential handbag make-up for summer and beyond...

Whenever I go to the make-up counters at large department stores, a feeling of unease often envelops... Read More

Product review: Tony Horton's Ten Minute Trainer

Can it really be possible to get fit by exercising for just ten minutes a day? Well, we'd say... Read More

Struggling to get healthy? Try these quick fixes...

If you’re struggling to stick to a fitness routine or you’re not getting the results you want,... Read More

Yoga to try this: Yoga breaks in the UK and beyond...

Yoga and Pilates are a great way to get into shape over the summer, but don’t restrict yourself to... Read More

Class of the Month: Insanity Workout

This class is not for the faint of heart - or weak of body! Read More

Second chance salon: TNT rates the skills at LukeJacob hairdressers

Do you still send your hairdresser back home ‘I miss you’ texts? It’s time to move on, people.... Read More

Finding it hard to fit exercise into your life? Easy - just have a quickie...

When there are options including the pub and your sofa, why oh why would you ever choose to go to... Read More

Product review: Maxitone Sculptress Diet

I started off this diet thinking that these shakes would be similar to McDonalds'; thick,... Read More

Feeling broke so soon after payday? Here's our guide to saving £358 per month

If you're already looking at your bank balance, crying 'I just don't understand where... 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

TNT's guide to calling home on the cheap

You won’t have any more excuses with this guide to calling home on the cheap. Just watch those... Read More

The 2014 Budget and what it means for Motorists

Deciphering what the new annual budget means can be a bit tricky, but help is at hand - and this is... Read More

How do you fancy winning a month's free rent in London?

Most companies offer either a laptop, a tablet or a smartphone as a competition prize. We say... Read More

New study reveals that men are more likely to withdraw cash on credit

If you're dreading the end of the month and thinking about getting some cash out on your credit... Read More

Taxing work: How we can help you get your money back

The bad news? This article is about tax. The good news? It’s about getting your tax money back.... Read More

Get thrifty: How to make do and mend in London

Being thrify is all the rage. From sewing to bike repairs, you’ll never need to pay an expert... 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

The cheapest areas to rent in London

London is the most expensive city in the world. Fact, people. Here’s where to live if your money... Read More

Living in Hammersmith

Hammersmith, affectionally nicknamed Hammertown by locals, is in inner west London. It’s a popular... Read More

Alto Atacama - hotel review: Travel accommodation in San Pedro, Atacama Desert, Chile

Overview Located deep within northern Chile’s Atacama Desert, Alto Atacama is a luxury resort... Read More

St Christopher’s Inns open 'Super-Hostel' in Paris

After a soft-launch in July, the brand new, €38 million, Paris backpacker hostel from St... 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

Careers: The real nanny diaries

Working doesn’t have to mean a boring desk job - why not travel the world, get good pay and change... Read More

Get your band onstage at OnBlackheath

OnBlackheath are running an exciting competition for an up and coming band to appear on stage on... Read More

The 9th Filminute International One-Minute Film Festival is looking for entries...

For the ninth consecutive year, Filminute, the international one-minute film festival, is curating a... Read More

Career insider: We talk to Crewsaders about how to build up a successful business

This week, we've been talking to Crewsaders' head of business development, Jarrod Bischof,... Read More

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