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Jamaica Rum Tings is back

Jamaica Rum Tings is looking bigger, better and bolder than last year; a true celebration of... Read More

Bank Holiday sale 20% off Irish Ferries

If you’ve been thinking about a trip to Ireland, now’s the time to make that booking. Irish... Read More

Five Reasons to go to Tokyo's Sensation festival

The globally celebrated Sensation is the most well-travelled festival on the planet, delivering... Read More

British woman killed at Queensland hostel

A British backpacker has been stabbed to death at a hostel in Queensland. Read More

Man faces jail in Dubai for Facebook charity post

A British man has been arrested in Dubai for allegedly posting a link to a fundraising page on... Read More

V Festival sex attack

A woman was sexually assaulted on her way home from V Fest by a man claiming to be a taxi driver. Read More

Judge calls racist thug a c**t

A judge at Chelmsford Crown Court called a racist thug a c**t when he bombarded her with abuse in... Read More

The UK’s love/hate attitudes towards live events

A new survey has revealed the British people prefer to watch live events from the comfort of their... Read More

Charlie Puth releases official video with Selena Gomez

“Charlie Puth has finally dropped the music video for his and Selena Gomez's new track... 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

Sex robot brothels could be coming to a city near you

Sex robot brothels are one step closer to becoming a reality. Read More

Nasa accidentally sells Apollo 11 moon landing bag

It has been reported that NASA has unintentionally sold the Apollo 11 moon landing bag for less than... Read More

Judge calls racist thug a c**t

A judge at Chelmsford Crown Court called a racist thug a c**t when he bombarded her with abuse in... Read More

Interview with Goatman Thomas Thwaites

Two weeks ago we published an article ‘Man buys prosthetic limbs and hangs out with goats.’ It... Read More

Latest Stories & Sports


Rat race returns this Saturday

Rat Race and Shelter the homeless charity have teamed up to bring London’s most fun packed 10km... Read More

Get ready for the night tube

London’s first Night Tube service is good to go. Read More

Glowing for gold

The London Eye is ready for Rio and set to celebrate Team GB with a special light show to be... Read More

Transport for dating

Speed dating, blind dating and, internet dating, the list goes on and on. We have a new method of... Read More

Sex robot brothels could be coming to a city near you

Sex robot brothels are one step closer to becoming a reality. Read More

Man faces jail in Dubai for Facebook charity post

A British man has been arrested in Dubai for allegedly posting a link to a fundraising page on... Read More

Call for rethink on elephant tourism on World Elephant Day

A new travel guide has been released on World Elephant Day calling on tourists to think more... Read More

Bomb attacks hit Thailand

Bomb blasts across Thailand have killed four and injured at least 20. Read More

Bank Holiday sale 20% off Irish Ferries

If you’ve been thinking about a trip to Ireland, now’s the time to make that booking. Irish... Read More

Get ready for the night tube

London’s first Night Tube service is good to go. Read More

Top ten (legal) weed smoking destinations

Wouldn't it be beautiful to unwind with your smoke and enjoy your time out without wondering if... Read More

Ischgl opens zip wire thrill ride

Ischgl’s thrilling new attraction opens 13 August 2016. Skyfly has two parallel zip-wires to whizz... Read More

Rugby Championship: Australia's Dean Mumm previews tournament

Dean Mumm believes Australia can ‘fix’ the problems highlighted in defeat against England when... Read More

Manchester United set world record fee

Ahead of the new Premiership football season, both Manchester clubs under the stewardship of new... Read More

Chris Froome delivers Bronze in cycling time trial

Chris Froome, who last month, won his third Tour de France, finished a superb third in the men’s... Read More

Adam Peaty wins first Gold medal for Britain

Britain’s breaststroke swimmer, Adam Peaty, took Team GB’s first gold medal of the 2016 Olympics... Read More

Travel


Eco-travel around the globe

Eco-travel isn’t just trendy; it’s something we should all be striving for as we wander the... Read More

Get your adrenaline sports fix in Cape Town, South Africa

Get your adrenaline fix with extreme sports in Cape Town, South Africa. Read More

The Quarry trail - an alternative to The Original Inca trail

This year the UK will finally get a direct flight to Peru – heralded by adverts showing... Read More

Israel adventure: Explore Tel Aviv, beaches and Dead Sea

Israel can be a challenging destination, but it offers fun and adventure for those willing to step... Read More

Bucketlist: must-do festivals and adventures

From food fight festivals to a town on fire and camel riding, tick off as many of these must-do... Read More

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

360 Allstars Edinburgh Fringe review

The show took me straight back to the 1990s and the movies Breakin’ and Breakin 2 Electric... Read More

Das Rheingold Edinburgh International Festival review

It was a tough three hours, that had nothing to do with the opera. It was the heat. The audience... Read More

Driving Route57

Driving Route57 in an electric car was an amazing experience. Whether you tackle one of the shorter... Read More

Labels review

Labels by name and labels by nature. Joe Sellman-Leava comes to the stage and brings with him... Read More

Puddles Pity Party: Let's Go! review

Standing outside the Piccolo Tent waiting to go in and watch the show, an American guy announced... Read More

Cursed Child spurs spellbinding weekend for Potter fans

We’ve found a great weekender here for Harry Potter fans. Immersive outdoor cinema specialists... Read More

The Quarry trail - an alternative to The Original Inca trail

This year the UK will finally get a direct flight to Peru – heralded by adverts showing... 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

Get your adrenaline sports fix in Cape Town, South Africa

Get your adrenaline fix with extreme sports in Cape Town, South Africa. Read More

Israel adventure: Explore Tel Aviv, beaches and Dead Sea

Israel can be a challenging destination, but it offers fun and adventure for those willing to step... Read More

Getting from Fiumicino Airport the centre of Rome

Rome is genuinely the heart of Italy. 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

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Arts & Entertainment


Jamaica Rum Tings is back

Jamaica Rum Tings is looking bigger, better and bolder than last year; a true celebration of... Read More

FriendsFest Returns to London

If the song wasn’t catchy enough to stick in your memory or the sign saying ‘Central Perk’... Read More

Theatre Review: Groundhog Day

This new musical from the team responsible for the smash hit MATILDA is as slick as cynical... Read More

London’s biggest celebration of rave

A celebration of Britain's iconic rave culture, Moondance festival is the first of its kind to... Read More

Watch the Levellers new release One Way live here

Brighton folk punk band Levellers are celebrating the 25th anniversary of their timeless... Read More

Bush Gothic performing in London

Reclaiming lost Australian cultural territory Bush Gothic perform tales of Australia's dark... Read More

Usain Bolt dances in music video for Be The Fastest

Arch Birds have released the video for their debut single Be The Fastest, featuring the fastest man... Read More

I Am Karate release their brand new single Swayze

Swedish electro-pop act I Am Karate have released their brand new single, Swayze. Read More

Thor shoot in Brisbane

Crowds have gathered in the streets of Brisbane to watch actors Chris Hemsworth and Tom Hiddleston... Read More

Film Preview: Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them

Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them is an all-new adventure returning us to the wizarding world... Read More

Cursed Child spurs spellbinding weekend for Potter fans

We’ve found a great weekender here for Harry Potter fans. Immersive outdoor cinema specialists... Read More

Film Preview: Friend Request

Social Media turns very, very nasty... Read More

Theatre Review: Groundhog Day

This new musical from the team responsible for the smash hit MATILDA is as slick as cynical... Read More

360 Allstars Edinburgh Fringe review

The show took me straight back to the 1990s and the movies Breakin’ and Breakin 2 Electric... Read More

Das Rheingold Edinburgh International Festival review

It was a tough three hours, that had nothing to do with the opera. It was the heat. The audience... Read More

Theatre Review: Yerma

Aussie director and writer Simon Stone has yanked Lorca’s 1934 drama away from rural Spain to... Read More

London Life


Check out the new Travel App Cool Cousin

Cool Cousin has launched in London and is set to provide a solution to the frustration, often... Read More

Festival fun in London’s West End

Spotlight returns to London’s Seven Dials on Saturday 13 August with a free one-day music, comedy... Read More

Rat race returns this Saturday

Rat Race and Shelter the homeless charity have teamed up to bring London’s most fun packed 10km... Read More

Latitude festival in London this weekend

The National Theatre’s river stage welcomes Latitude festival as they venture from their... Read More

Jamaica Rum Tings is back

Jamaica Rum Tings is looking bigger, better and bolder than last year; a true celebration of... Read More

Restaurant Review: Firebrand Pizza

The owners of this new pizzeria, which opened early August just off the Marylebone Road, know the... Read More

BBC Good Food Festival opens this weekend

The BBC Good Food Festival is heading to the stunning gardens of Hampton Court Palace for its third... Read More

Aussies go crazy for knafeh

On last week’s SBS World News Australia posted a video on Facebook which has now received over... Read More

Sharing is caring: Save your cash and find a flatmate

Moving into a flat-share may sound daunting, but in London you’ll find the best deals on rent, and... Read More

Check out the new Travel App Cool Cousin

Cool Cousin has launched in London and is set to provide a solution to the frustration, often... Read More

Parklife: Our Top 10 of London's green squares and gardens

London is full of green, grassy squares and parks. If the sun's shining, get yourself out... Read More

Top five places to head if you’re single this summer

Let’s face it, not all of us want to be single. The summer can be a great time to get out and meet... Read More

The Promised Land Bank Holiday Sunday

Following on from The Promised Land’s 12th Anniversary celebrations at the end of May is the... Read More

Sabajaq Bank Holiday Saturday

One of Egg Ldn's leading nights is back with a Carnival Bank Holiday extravaganza on August 27... Read More

Wavy returns to Egg London

London's emoji-loving turn up crew Wavy, get ready for a weekend of non-stop vibes by pitting... Read More

Ministry of Sound Bank Holiday party

Glitterbox has announced a Roller Disco and two outstanding culinary additions to their special day... Read More

Lifestyle


Do office dogs boost morale or drive you barking mad?

For many, the work day is broken up by an occasional pawing from a furry friend, hoping for love and... Read More

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

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

5 Investments Worth Making in 2016

Investing your earnings strategically is a great way to increase the amount of money that you have.... 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

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

Skills list change will make it tougher to teach in the UK

The Migration Advisory Committee (MAC) is set to determine whether teachers should remain on the... 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


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