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Plane passenger detained in Indonesia after suspected 'hijack'

The Virgin flight from Australia had flown from Brisbane to Bali, and when it landed, the hijacking... Read More

Wills speaks of fondness for Australia as royals prepare to say Hooroo

Prince William has spoken of his fondness of Australia saying he and his family will leave the... Read More

N-WHY-P-D? New York Police Department Twitter campaign goes horribly wrong

You'd think people would have learned after the #AskGaryBarlow debacle, but the NYPD obviously... Read More

Qantas slammed for 'celebrate Anzac Day' campaign

There isn't a whole bunch of love for Qantas today after it ran a marketing campaign offering... Read More

The top ten STI myths which Brits believe will protect them from infection

Myths about sex have been abounding ever since man first got the hang of the no-pants dance - and it... Read More

Gateshead man prosecuted for swallowing live goldfish in NekNominate dare

Gavin Hope, 22, is the first person in the UK to be prosecuted for taking part in the internet... Read More

Bristol man appeals to public to help fund penis operation for his pet tortoise

Cash-strapped Miles Jelfs pleaded with animal lovers to help him raise money to treat Cedric the... Read More

How shell-fish! One fifth of Brit gardeners admit they throw unwanted snails into neighbours' gardens

It's a good question - what should a morally-sound gardener do with unwanted snails that he or... Read More

Fans face long wait for Sherlock return

Since the airing of the third season of Sherlock earlier this year (two years after the second),... Read More

Jodie Foster marries photographer Alexandra Hedison

The two-time Oscar winner, who is best known for playing the role of Clerice Starling in 'The... Read More

Sherlock star Benedict Cumberbatch rumoured to have a girlfriend

Sorry ladies and gents, but Sherlock star Benedict Cumberbatch is rumoured to have a secret... Read More

Miley Cyrus cancels US gig after allergy drama

The twerking singer, who was due to play in Kansas City, was rushed to hospital after suffering an... Read More

N-WHY-P-D? New York Police Department Twitter campaign goes horribly wrong

You'd think people would have learned after the #AskGaryBarlow debacle, but the NYPD obviously... Read More

Leopard bites man on bottom after being discovered underneath roof tiles

The spotted beast, which can be seen leaping from a disturbed pile of roof tiles, seems as nervy as... Read More

VIDEO: Base jumping from the top of the world’s tallest building

Is it a bird? Is it a plane? No, this is two crazy French blokes base jumping from the top of the... Read More

Fishy Tale: Man catches 11-foot shark off Gulf Coast

Now this is a story to get your teeth into - Florida man Joey Polk has landed a 11-foot, 805-pound... Read More

Latest Stories & Sports

Three dead children found at New Malden address

Police were called to the south west London property at around 9.30pm on Tuesday night, where the... Read More

London crimes are down, according to the Met's latest figures

Crime in London’s not what it used to be, according to the latest figures from the Met. Read More

Heathrow Express workers plan strikes in April and May

If you're travelling to or from Heathrow on April 29 - 30 or May 6 - 8, you might find yourself... Read More

London Zoo's triplet tiny tigers receive their first check-up

Zookeepers at London Zoo have earned their stripes by giving baby tiger triplets their first-ever... Read More

Plane passenger detained in Indonesia after suspected 'hijack'

The Virgin flight from Australia had flown from Brisbane to Bali, and when it landed, the hijacking... Read More

Debris is NOT from MH370

Malaysian acting Transport Minister Hishammuddin Hussein says authorities searching for Malaysia... Read More

Have parts of missing flight MH370 washed up in Australia?

Nine News is reporting that authorities are investigating debris found on the Western Australia... Read More

Search for MH370 reaches 'critical' stage

The hunt for the plane, which was carrying 227 passengers and 12 crew members when it went missing... Read More

Don't be scared to go it alone: Top tips for solo travellers

Travelling alone can be a daunting prospect, but with the right preparation and attitude, it can... Read More

Is this what happens to your luggage?

Have you ever wondered what happens to your luggage after you check in at the airport desk? Read More

How to avoid overstuffing your suitcase when you jet off this summer

This goes out to anyone who has sat atop their straining suitcase, toiletries in hand, wailing,... Read More

What will travel look like in 2024?

Every now and then, booking a break can be a nightmare (yes, we're looking at you, crashing... Read More

Man Utd finally confirm Moyes sacking

Easter Monday was awash with rumours and reports that Manchester United, one of the biggest clubs in... Read More

Benji Marshall returning to NRL after admiting defeat in failed rugby union switch

Benji Marshall is headed back to rugby league after a mid-season admission that he's simply... Read More

Liverpool beat Norwich to go 5 points clear in EPL title race

Luis Suarez became the first Liverpool player to score 30 goals in a season since Ian Rush in 1987... 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

Forget Route 66. The ultimate US road trip for 2014 is the California loop

I’m about to embark on a rollercoaster of star-studded hotels, canyon camping and melodramatic... Read More

Honshu glad you visited? Make the most of Japan's main island

It’s rare that you find high-tech cities, exquisite temples and stunning natural wonders all on... 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

Th'up North: TNT's guide to the best the North has to offer

“Ey up mi duck, there’s more to England than London you know.” Don’t believe (or understand)... Read More

Capitalise on the capital

You moved here for a reason: London is one of the coolest cities on the planet. Don’t forget to... Read More

UK Trip: Capital escapes

Before you leave the shores of this small spot you’re calling home, be sure to make the most of... Read More

UK Trip: On your doorstep

The UK has a broad and diverse array of cities, scenery and things to do - so make the most of it. 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

Destination: Iceland

Iceland is a veritable mix of geological activity, combining an otherworldly backdrop with a strong... Read More

Destination: New Zealand

Home to all-action adventures, Hollywood good looks and a vibrant Maori culture, New Zealand is a... Read More

Destination: Panama

Cosmopolitan and historic Panama City, currently celebrating its iconic canal’s centenary year, is... Read More

Destination: Bolivia

Bolivia is beguiling with its natural beauty and colonial cities; worn down on the surface, but rich... 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

Dip your toes in the San...

Superb architecture, a wealth of festivals, unique Basque tapas – no wonder San Sebastián’s the... Read More

48 hours in Paris: Ooh la la!

Paris - or the City of Lights as it is known - has a reputation for being one of the most romantic... Read More

Memoirs of Croatia

We discovered this stunning spot a while ago, but it’s fast becoming this year’s holiday hot... Read More

Anzac tour of Gallipolli, Turkey

If you’re an Aussie or a Kiwi, Anzac is just one of those things you have to cross off your... Read More

Don't Miss in London

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London area guide: Tooting's got it going on...

It has great transport links, great restaurants and affordable Victorian houses, but the coolest... Read More

Friday Night Freaks at Udderbelly

Fancy getting freaky this Friday? (Yeah, we know there's a Lindsay Lohan joke there. Clever old... Read More

Pick Me Up: Graphic Arts Festival 2014

Now in its fifth year, the UK’s original contemporary graphic arts festival Pick Me Up showcases... Read More

See Aerosmith at Calling Festival on June 28

Aerosmith, one of America’s greatest rock bands, will return to London for the first time in four... Read More

See Aerosmith at Calling Festival on June 28

Aerosmith, one of America’s greatest rock bands, will return to London for the first time in four... Read More

Gig: Kamp David

Kamp David will be playing The Cuckoo Club on May 1, and they're promising a party that'll... Read More

Celebrate Parklife's 20th birthday at Old School Indie this Saturday

This week marks a landmark anniversary for pop music as Blur's 'Parklife' reaches its... Read More

Boom! See Jazzy Jeff at Scala

Ask any true hip-hop fan who their favourite DJ is, and there is always one name topping that list -... Read More

Arnie to play AGING cyborg in new Terminator film

He famously said he'll be back and true to form Arnie is set to reprise his role as the... Read More

A second chance to see Gravity at the cinema

Missed 'Gravity' the first time round? You can see it again at Second Chance Cinema this... Read More

Film: Cosmic Psychos - Blokes You Can Trust

For 30 years, the Cosmic Psychos have blazed a trail of empty beer cans and busted eardrums around... Read More

Film: Plot for Peace with Q&A with Jean-Yves Ollivier

Behind the legendary release of Nelson Mandela and the fall of apartheid lies an untold, secret... Read More

Theatre: Dirty Rotten Scoundrels

Slick, smooth and with more than a touch of fifties glamour about it, this musical comedy version of... Read More

Theatre: I Can't Sing

If you’re looking for an undemanding and entertaining night out, then look no further than this... Read More

Theatre: Other Desert Cities and Another Country

Two very different plays, set in different continents and written 30 years apart - yet both are... Read More

Theatre: Fatal Attraction

The bunny is irresistible, and damaged singleton Alex is too, as far as happily married New York... Read More

London Life

Have you signed up for the Standard Chartered Great City Race?

The race is now on for companies and teams to enter the 10th anniversary of the Standard Chartered... Read More

Come to the Pheromone Party!

LA's hottest matchmaking event, based on the science of smell, is making its European debut in... Read More

Acoustic Afternoon's 1st birthday at Boxpark

Lazy Sundays were made for Boxpark, and here's why. Read More

Three of the best museum cafes: Because art and culture is thirsty work

Need to find some sustenance after a hectic few hours absorbing some culture? Here are three places... Read More

Fancy a meat feast? Here's a guide to London's best burger joints

With new burger joints popping up every which way you turn, it’s easy for the meat lover to be... Read More

Bring your love of chocolate and booze together at last...

Authentic Neapolitan pizzeria and cocktail bar B-SOHO is bringing Easter fun back to the adults of... Read More

Dine in the Land of Ice and Fire

Like it hot? Like it icy cold? How about both? Read More

Strut your stuff at the Modstock Fashion Show

The Modstock Fashion Show will be taking centre stage on Sunday, April 20. Read More

Get your spurs at the ready for the Style Battle

Think you could beat Brix Smith Start and Gok Wan in a Fashion Fix? Then come along to the Shopcade... Read More

See the best views in London from the ArcelorMittal Orbit

Remember the red, twisted tower that stood proudly over the Olympic Park? It's been reopened to... Read More

London date idea: Cooking class

MasterChef, Saturday Kitchen Live, The Taste, The Great British Bake Off... the list goes on. Read More

Stay up past your bedtime with the Science Museum’s Lates

Explore the sounds of science fiction, get hands-on with a watermelon guitar and discover what makes... Read More

Club: Suede Singles Night at Old School Indie

After a huge sold out gig at Royal Albert Hall last month, Old School Indie is pleased to announce... Read More

Mourn the death of Lewis Carroll at It's Your Funeral

On the evening of Thursday, April 10, It's Your Funeral returns! Read More

Club: Frankie Knuckles at Ministry of Sound

Rulin returns to celebrate its 20th birthday on Saturday, March 29 at Ministry of Sound with a... Read More


Beat the Big G: Say farewell to hangover anxiety

Sick of getting hangover anxiety? Here’s how to beat booze at its own game... 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

From zero to hero: The ultimate hangover makeover

You went to bed at 7am after a litre of vodka and four hours of podium dancing somewhere in the West... Read More

Five easy airport yoga postures to ease jetlag

How can a downward dog help with jet lag? Can a back-bend ease dehydration, or a shoulder stand rid... Read More

Summer beauty essentials - don't jet off without this lot!

It's the time of year when the shops are choc-a-block with offers on summer beauty bits and... Read More

The best festival beauty buys for 2014

The days of sleeping in hedges and wearing woven grass as a bra at festivals are long gone - we have... Read More

The big brush off: TNT gets on the lash

Clumps, flakes, panda eyes... let's be honest, finding the right mascara has never been easy. Read More

Sweat together, stay together

Get each other’s hearts racing in and out of the bedroom with these couples workouts... 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

From overseas? Working in this country? You're probably due a tax refund...

If you are a foreign worker in the UK, you could be entitled to a tax refund. Just think of all the... Read More

Banking in the UK

Opening a bank account after you arrive in the UK can be a nightmare. 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

Flying Dog - accommodation review: Brilliantly run hostel in Lima, Peru

Overview: Having started out with one small Lima hostel at the turn of the century, the Flying Dog... Read More

Train as a ski instructor in Canada

If you've always dreamed of spending your days skiing, this is the perfect opportunity to... Read More

Are you a young Brit with an extraordinary talent?

STA Travel has teamed up with Jack Wills to launch 'Young Brits', a new national search... Read More

Learn how to take professional photographs for a living

Professional photographer Zoe Whishaw will be exploring what it takes to attract potential clients... Read More

Think you'd be able to write about the benefits of a short break?

It's widely believed that a change is just as good as a rest and can, in fact, be as refreshing... Read More

Career spotlight: Alternative therapist

Sharon Sands, 51, works as an alternative therapist, praticising holistic healing and reiki. Read More

Are you a creative type? SohoCreate is coming to London this June

SohoCreate is a brand new festival which will bring together the very best creatives to share their... Read More

Have you got what it takes to become a Bear Grylls Survival Academy Instructor?

Bear Grylls is calling all outdoor enthusiasts and budding adventurers looking for a new and... Read More

Whistle while you work: Volunteer at festivals to get your free ticket

If you love music festivals but can’t make the high price, sign up as a volunteer and get your... Read More



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