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Konta wins her first WTA title

Johanna Konta capped a superb 12 months by landing her first WTA title in the Bank of the West... Read More

England’s announce Allardyce as new manager

The Football Association have announced that Sunderland manager, Sam Allardyce will take over the... Read More

Cycling Chris Froome wins the Tour De France

British cyclist, Chris Froome, served up another lesson in cycling folklore, to win his third Tour... Read More

Adlington statue unveiled in London

A giant statue of Mansfield swimmer Rebecca Adlington has been unveiled in London ahead of the Rio... Read More

Adlington statue unveiled in London

A giant statue of Mansfield swimmer Rebecca Adlington has been unveiled in London ahead of the Rio... Read More

Aussies accuse Home Office of changing immigration rules

An Australian family fighting deportation from the UK have accused the Home Office of changing the... Read More

Thousands bare all in Hull

Thousands of people gathered in Hull city centre to be painted blue and photographed for an... Read More

Man buys prosthetic limbs and hangs out with goats

A man has described how his life was so demanding that he made the unusual choice of living as a... Read More

Streep's ahead

Meryl Streep, Daniel Craig and Harrison Ford are the nation’s favourite stars. Read More

World premiere of film tribute to ‘forgotten’ Kiwi champion

Canterbury ex-pat Phil Keoghan (host of US reality television show The Amazing Race) returns to... Read More

Disney's Aladdin extends booking into 2017

Aladdin - which officially opens in London's West End on 15 June - has extended its booking... Read More

Australian media mogul dies

Neighbours producer, Reg Grundy, has died at 92. Read More

Man loses girlfriend thanks to Pokemon Go

A man has reported, he lost his girlfriend while trying to catch Pokemon. Read More

Extreme camping gets extremer

Climbers of the Laojun Mountain have taken extreme camping to a whole new level. Read More

World testicle cooking championship needs you

Animal testicles on the menu at the Serbian food festival, guaranteeing erections to all men, Rah! Read More

Thousands bare all in Hull

Thousands of people gathered in Hull city centre to be painted blue and photographed for an... Read More

Latest Stories & Sports


Adlington statue unveiled in London

A giant statue of Mansfield swimmer Rebecca Adlington has been unveiled in London ahead of the Rio... Read More

Sadiq Khan launches #LondonIsOpen campaign

The Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, has today launched a major campaign to show that London is united... Read More

Mayor of London says the city remains open

Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, today said the city was one of the best places in the world to visit as... Read More

Reader Offer: Lunch at Atrium Kitchen for £10!

Atrium Kitchen is an all day hangout serving contemporary breakfast, brunch, lunch and dinner. Read More

Extreme camping gets extremer

Climbers of the Laojun Mountain have taken extreme camping to a whole new level. Read More

Australia refuses to move athletes into village

Australian athletes are refusing to move into the Rio Olympic Village because of blocked toilets,... Read More

Russia loses battle to overturn Olympics ban

Russian athletes have failed to overturn a ban from the Olympics, following claims that they ran a... Read More

Turkey announces state of emergency

Turkey has declared a state of emergency for three months following the recent failed army coup. Read More

Thailand plans to close sex trade

Thailand’s first female tourism minister has promised to destroy the sex industry and reinvent the... Read More

Post Brexit: the cost of learrning a European language

Portuguese is the cheapest European language to learn – costing around half as much to master as... Read More

80% of people in the UK lose their personal belongings on holiday

A new survey has found that 80% of people lose, forget or have their items stolen when on... Read More

UK households set to spend £63.4 billion on travel by 2025

A new study forecasts significant growth in international travel by UK households in the next... Read More

Konta wins her first WTA title

Johanna Konta capped a superb 12 months by landing her first WTA title in the Bank of the West... Read More

Adlington statue unveiled in London

A giant statue of Mansfield swimmer Rebecca Adlington has been unveiled in London ahead of the Rio... Read More

Australia v Argentina in the Rugby Championship at Twickenham

Australia meet their 2015 World Cup semi-final rivals at Twickenham in the first Rugby Championship... Read More

Swinging London

With The Open Golf Championship in full flow and the sport being added to the roaster of Olympic... Read More

Travel


Fire breathing mountains and the colour purple

My notion of Turkey as a holiday destination used to be limited to all you can drink package... Read More

Olympus: more than just a mountain

Surrounded by ancient history and home to the gods, a trip climbing Mount Olympus is a unique and... Read More

Quy Nhon: destination on the rise

Situated on a mountain-fringed bay overlooking the South China Sea with several islands strewn off... Read More

Great American Drive

Independence Day is not just the phenomenal lovechild of Will Smith and Jeff Goldblum, it’s a... Read More

Snow more snow and huskies in glorious Greenland

The world’s biggest island and least populated country on the planet. I’d chosen Greenland as my... Read More

Adventures at Ocean Sports Resort in Watamu Bay

We recently stayed at the Ocean Sports Resort on the north coast of Kenya in a small town called... Read More

Glamping at Whitlingham Broad Campsite

Whitlingham Broad Campsite has to be one of the best campsites we have visited so far. It’s set... Read More

Adults only at Wildfire Festival

We pulled in to the muddy farm track at around 11pm on Friday night, the campervan headlights... Read More

Water-way to have a good time!

Eight enchanting canals and waterways to visit this summer for a relaxing getaway. Read More

Weird and wonderful events in England

Some things would and could only happen on our own fair shores. We've rounded up the most... Read More

The top 10 activities for big kids this summer

With 2016 set to be the hottest summer on record, most of us are planning on some time outdoors. For... Read More

Dahlicious days out this summer

With Spielberg’s BFG released on 22 July, locations across England will be brought to life on the... Read More

Pack like a pro with these 10 packing tips

Almost time for you to jet off on your summer holiday? Learn how to pack like a pro with our top 10... Read More

No blur in Mürren 

Clarity abounds on a hiking and writing retreat in the Swiss Alps. Read More

Great American Drive

Independence Day is not just the phenomenal lovechild of Will Smith and Jeff Goldblum, it’s a... Read More

Eight great reasons to visit Mexico

As we begin the countdown for the FIA Formula 1 Mexican Grand Prix 2016 (28-30 October), it is time... Read More

10 of the best Glastonbury alternatives

If you’ve got the Glastonbury blues and are disappointed not to be heading out to Worthy Farm this... Read More

The thrill of Brazil

TNT caught up with Canadian Ryan Pyle - star of the Tough Rides television series. Read More

World testicle cooking championship needs you

Animal testicles on the menu at the Serbian food festival, guaranteeing erections to all men, Rah! Read More

No blur in Mürren 

Clarity abounds on a hiking and writing retreat in the Swiss Alps. Read More

Visiting Fromelles - the forgotten battlefield

Paul Wojnicki remembers Australian’s bloody battle for Fromelles in World War One. Read More

Lisbon in summer: fish, food and festivals

A guide to Lisbon’s most popular fish dishes – and where to savour them. Read More

Six reasons why foodies need to visit Italy

We reveal the dishes to try in six different Italian regions, from Tuscany to Sicily. Read More

Who ya gonna call?

On 15 July 1984, cult comedy, Ghostbusters, was released to rave reviews and box office success. 32... Read More

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Arts & Entertainment


Anja Schneider and Mobilee Records Takeover Egg LDN

The hugely influential Anja Schneider and the Mobilee Records crew takeover Egg LDN once again on... Read More

Australia v Argentina in the Rugby Championship at Twickenham

Australia meet their 2015 World Cup semi-final rivals at Twickenham in the first Rugby Championship... Read More

Sally's Alright Camden Fringe preview

Sally has done and seen it all. Now a cleaner in a comedy club, distracted by her boredom and... Read More

London welcomes migrant business hub

Could you be the next Lord Sugar, Gina Rinehart or Donald Trump? London is about to open space,... Read More

ROMES Tryna Be video revealed

Toronto quartet ROMES have unveiled the video for their critically acclaimed debut single Tryna Be.... Read More

New Portals new single Cage

Belfast duo New Portals have revealed their new single Cage. Another synth-pop masterpiece, it’s a... Read More

Smoke Weed Eat Pussy

Self-proclaimed Lil Weed Hoe (she said it, not us) has released her in your face debut single Smoke... Read More

DJ Shadow live in London

DJ Shadow has announced a return to the capital with a headlining show at Electric Brixton on... Read More

Air New Zealand heads to Hollywood

Air New Zealand has teamed up with Hollywood actress Anna Faris and New Zealand actor Rhys Darby for... Read More

Body shaming film sets out to shatter stereotypes

The four-year battle of an Aussie mum to end body shaming takes step forward with the global release... Read More

The Grand Clapham announces calendar of summer events

Summer comes to The Grand with its famed £1 cinema club series presenting Dirty Dancing, Space Jam,... Read More

Streep's ahead

Meryl Streep, Daniel Craig and Harrison Ford are the nation’s favourite stars. Read More

Theatre Review: Into the Woods

Witty, clever and endlessly inventive, Stephen Sondheim and Jack Lapine’s interwoven amalgam of... Read More

Theatre Review: Unreachable

When former Doctor Who Matt Smith signed up for this, he – along with the rest of the cast –... Read More

Theatre Review: Aladdin

Forget the story – the set is the real star of this Broadway Disney musical which bursts onto the... Read More

Theatre Review: Henry V

A few years back, Shakespeare at this Open Air venue almost invariably meant a light-hearted... Read More

London Life


Australia v Argentina in the Rugby Championship at Twickenham

Australia meet their 2015 World Cup semi-final rivals at Twickenham in the first Rugby Championship... Read More

Museum of London recreates Great Fire of London

The Museum of London opens its Great Fire of London exhibition, Fire! Fire! This Saturday. Combining... Read More

Let's celebrate Brixton

It’s time for the Brixton crowd to have some fun, and why not join them? Stir Coffee will open... Read More

Worldwide celebration of busking

Fifty cities across the world will join London for the most ambitious celebrations of busking and... Read More

Lunchtime street feast

If it’s a full stomach and sunshine vibes that you’re looking for, head straight to Street... Read More

Let's celebrate Brixton

It’s time for the Brixton crowd to have some fun, and why not join them? Stir Coffee will open... Read More

Introducing The Floating Gaardens

Say hello to The Floating Gardens - a free Hoegaarden experiential pop-up barge bar in East... Read More

Bavaria comes to East London

This autumn, beer lovers get to descend on Oval Space for an alternative Bavarian-themed experience. Read More

Introducing The Floating Gaardens

Say hello to The Floating Gardens - a free Hoegaarden experiential pop-up barge bar in East... Read More

Bavaria comes to East London

This autumn, beer lovers get to descend on Oval Space for an alternative Bavarian-themed experience. Read More

8 places every music fan needs to visit in London

London is renowned for being a music mecca, you can’t get far without walking past a piece of... Read More

Come fly with me

Vintage poster specialist, Antikbar, will be holding a holiday-themed exhibition this August at... Read More

Anja Schneider and Mobilee Records Takeover Egg LDN

The hugely influential Anja Schneider and the Mobilee Records crew takeover Egg LDN once again on... Read More

DJ Shadow live in London

DJ Shadow has announced a return to the capital with a headlining show at Electric Brixton on... Read More

Egg Presents Boris Brejcha Marc Romboy and Mark Reeve

Boris Brejcha has christened his sound high-tech minimal, which may not be immediately helpful to... Read More

Egg Presents Cristoph Detlef and ANOTR

Young Geordie Cristoph has fast become one of the UK's most in-demand producers, firing out... Read More

Lifestyle


And breathe...

Tomorrow (Sunday 26 June) is National Unplugging Day when the UK is asked to #GoGadgetFree from dawn... Read More

Hot Trends in Healthy Eating for 2016

In 2016, it isn’t enough for food to just taste good. Customers are now asking “what can this... Read More

Run in The Royal Parks Foundation half marathon

Britain’s most beautiful half marathon is taking place on Sunday 9 October. Read More

Work life balance or burnout – is the choice yours?

Work life balance is the thing that we all strive for. So why do so many of us end up feeling... Read More

Summer beauty dos and don’ts

The cold weather is finally giving way to sunshine and summer is on the horizon. This means it’s... Read More

Feel a million dollars at Ragdale Hall Spa

Arriving feeling quite haggard and stressed, handing over my car keys to get it parked was the start... Read More

How to beat the winter blues with home design

Christmas may be long gone, but that doesn’t mean winter is over. With cold weather and storms... Read More

World’s first ever Bunny Spa opens in Covent Garden

The world’s first ever BUNNY SPA - where humans receive free treatments while real rabbits hop... Read More

Sterling Tumbles and Markets Move Toward Chaos

As markets start to come to terms with the immediate fallout of the U.K.'s decision to leave... Read More

Getting your finances in order before you move to Australia

Whether you’re returning home or starting a new adventure, you might be feeling quite daunted by... Read More

50% off food at Atrium for TNT readers

Enjoy 50% off food at any time until Sunday 12 June! Read More

Shakespeare's top five money-saving tips

To celebrate the 400th anniversary of William Shakespeare’s death, we asked Shakespeare expert... Read More

XTrade Announces Cristiano Ronaldo as Its Ambassador

Online CFD trading company XTrade recently announced a partnership with football superstar Cristiano... Read More

London Marathon runners get free health SHOTs

With the London Marathon fast approaching, runners may need that extra motivation leading up to the... Read More

Money saving ways to explore London

London has long been known as one of the world’s top tourist destinations. However, being a... Read More

Weekend of peace on the Norfolk Broads

A ten-minute train journey from Norwich and a less than five-minute walk from Brundall station and I... Read More

Adventures at Ocean Sports Resort in Watamu Bay

We recently stayed at the Ocean Sports Resort on the north coast of Kenya in a small town called... Read More

Eco-friendly accommodations in the UK

With World Environment Day approaching (5June), eco-conscious Brits wanting a relaxing break may... Read More

Sleeping in a slammer

Anyone interested in spending a night in the slammer? Check into The Courthouse Hotel. Read More

Five hostels that know what women want

Here's the low-down on five hostels that women around the world will love. Read More

Surf and yoga retreats along Banana beach in Morocco

Surf Maroc Yoga Surf Retreats offer a brilliant broad spectrum of ‘Yoga’ within its vast... Read More

The best hostels from around the world

Hostels have undergone a revolution in recent years. Gone are the days of cramped and dingy dorms:... Read More

Balearic Superclub BCM Mallorca to open its own party hotel

BCM Mallorca regarded as one of the world’s leading super clubs is to renovate the existing Club B... Read More

Australians living abroad must pay back their student loans

The Australian government’s mid-year economic review has seen the introduction of new compliance... 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


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