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24hr Central Line strike begins tonight

Central line and Waterloo & City lines will be effected by tonight's strike action. Read More

Introducing Prince Graeme I - an Australian 'Monarch'

Ever heard of the Principality of Hutt River? Read More

Five people dead after Melbourne plane crash

The charter light aircraft crashed into a shopping centre in Melbourne, killing all those onboard Read More

Who's your favourite BBC character?

Turns out for a lot of us it's Sherlock Read More

Megabus' Mega Sale

Megabus are giving away 20,000 free seats! Read More

Sailing stars pay tribute to world’s biggest ocean race

British sailing legends are lining up to offer their congratulations to yachting legend Sir Robin... Read More

Mayor of London confirms timings for Heroes’ Return

A heroes' return for the record-breaking Olympic and Paralympic athletes who thrilled the... Read More

Crazed clowns terrifying the UK

The craze that started in The States has spread to the UK. People dressed as clowns have been... Read More

Who's your favourite BBC character?

Turns out for a lot of us it's Sherlock Read More

Ed Sheeran releases new album ÷ (divide) March 3rd

Sheeran has already made history with his two comeback singles Shape of You and Castle on the... Read More

LION film preview

LION will be released across Australia on 19 January 2017. The film is already generating Oscar buzz... 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

Introducing Prince Graeme I - an Australian 'Monarch'

Ever heard of the Principality of Hutt River? Read More

Horses: the most dangerous animals in Australia!

Who'd have thought it - horses are more deadly than all the venomous creatures in Australia put... Read More

The cheek of it!

Police in Australia investigating a robbery came across a 'bum-print' whilst dusting for... Read More

Cooking with Cum

In news that seems wrong on so many levels, a chef has decided to start a cookery class and the... Read More

Latest Stories & Sports


24hr Central Line strike begins tonight

Central line and Waterloo & City lines will be effected by tonight's strike action. Read More

MTV EMAs return to London after 20 years

London Mayor Sadiq Khan was joined by Tinie Tempah, Ray BLK and MTV presenter Laura Whitmore to make... Read More

Central Line to be hit by strike

A 15 hour strike has been declared by RMT members on February 21st. Read More

Strike Alert! Yet another Tube strike is pencilled in for Sunday

Seems like every week we are putting out a warning for a tube strike - and here we are again... Read More

Hundreds missing as volcano erupts on Lombok

The search is on for several hundred tourists after Mount Barujari on Lombok island erupted. Read More

Trump gets gold toilet named after him

New York’s Guggenheim museum has unveiled an 18 – karat solid gold toilet and it’s open for... Read More

Celebrate World Rhino Day

First announced by WWF-South Africa in 2010, it was 2011 that saw World Rhino Day grow into an... Read More

Science Daily Releases Latest Numbers on Marijuana Use in the US

Oddly, the latest scientific survey and subsequent figures on the use of marijuana in the United... Read More

Wicked Campervans are just too wicked for QLD

Following a high-profile campaign, Queensland passed a law on Tuesday banning sexist and offensive... Read More

Barcelona passes laws to curb tourism

Last year 32 million tourists visited Barcelona and the city's 1.6 million residents have had... Read More

Europe is still the best value for your holiday spends

Post Office Travel Money Holiday Money Report reveals best value hotspots... Read More

The Government thinks 2017 is the year for your big adventure

Did you know that this year you can have 18 consecutive days off using only 9 days annual leave? Read More

Australian Open: Nadal beats Milos Raonic

Now we get down to the business end of the Australian Open... Read More

Australian Open: Dan Evans goes from strength to strength

Bernard Tomic has been knocked out of the Australian Open by Britain's Dan Evans. Read More

Rugby League: Australia 34 New Zealand 8

Australia took the Four Nations crown at Anfield yesterday (Sunday) with a thumping victory over New... Read More

Australia quartet and New Zealand centre join Barbarians

Australia’s Sam Carter, Luke Morahan, Paddy Ryan and Toby Smith will join the Barbarians to face... Read More

Travel


Anzac Day: Gallipoli and the best of travel in Turkey

Seeing in Anzac Day at Anzac Cove in Gallipoli is a rite of passage that brings thousands of... Read More

Balkan Road Trip: Bosnia

Bosnia has had more than its fair share of conflict, especially in the past 20 years. Read More

The Joys of Saint Martin

We round up five reasons why you should head out to this idyllic Caribbean island. Read More

5 Places in India You Can't Miss for Amazing Water Sports

India has one of the biggest coastlines in the world, beautiful golden beaches, long rivers and... Read More

Destination Insight: Egypt

Egypt is crammed full of culture and heritage. We find out about some of the delights you can see on... Read More

Diving in Florida: top five dive sites

The state of Florida is by far one of the most popular scuba diving and snorkelling destinations in... Read More

6 Places From The UK’s Most Romantic Films You Can Actually Visit

If you’re still searching for something imaginative to do on St. Valentine’s Day that’s... Read More

Top 5 (non skiing) things to do in Scotland in Winter

It's cold, it's winter - embrace the season and head north to Scotland and try some of... Read More

Scone Palace launches taster Halloween show

Scone Palace, the crowning place of Scottish Kings, has teamed up with the creative team behind the... Read More

The best British cities for your hen weekends

Although hen weekends spent somewhere sunny are an attractive prospect, the extra cost, time and... Read More

Foreign Students: How to plan your travel around UK

 credit: iStock Every year a huge number of students fly into the UK for their... Read More

Musicport Festival line-up

The complete line-up for Musicport is beginning to emerge. The award winning festival hosts... Read More

Stoke Travel Presents: The Passport

Get the most bang for the littlest buck Read More

Lithuania has more to offer than you may think...

From an all-night festival in Vilnius to an adventure through stunning Curonian Spit National Park,... Read More

Top five Europe's best romantic cities

Valentine's Day is not far away away - if you haven't already, it's about time you... Read More

Whalewatching hotspots: five of the best

Watch whales in their natural habitat in one of these five destinations. Read More

Culture around the world

A guide for the top trending destinations of 2017 Read More

Secret London, An Unusual Guide

Where can you find monsters in Trafalgar Square? Whatever happened to Bedlam? Where can you praise... Read More

St Patrick's Day in Dublin guide

Dublin is set to become an orgy of parties and parades for its St Patrick’s Day celebrations... Read More

Barcelona passes laws to curb tourism

Last year 32 million tourists visited Barcelona and the city's 1.6 million residents have had... Read More

Latin party towns: five of the best

Go wild in one of these hip-shaking Latin party towns Read More

Adventures in Gothenburg

Gothenburg itself could claim to be a city of ‘lagom’. It’s not as hectic (or expensive) as... Read More

Explore the creepy side of Rome, Italy

Discover the dark side of Rome in the city’s eerie sites. Explore Verano... Read More

Don't Miss in London

Arts & Entertainment


Comedy: James Acaster: THE TRELOGY

Following a record fifth consecutive Edinburgh Best Show nomination and a sell-out 2016 tour, James... Read More

Is horseracing set to come to the streets of London?

Whether you religiously follow the latest daily racing NAP, or just enjoy a casual flutter, it’s... Read More

Bottomless Boozy Brunch at Smokey Tails

Seth Troxler’s cult barbeque restaurant Smokey Tails at Hoxton Square Bar & Kitchen is... Read More

Backyard Cinema presents 'The Last Chapel'

An immersive Tarantino inspired season set in an abandoned chapel showing Pulp Fiction, Reservoir... Read More

Fuse Announce Infuse Daytime Event Series

Infuse showcase series featuring 3 12 hour events at London’s 93 Feet East Read More

Stormzy announces debut album

Grime phenomenon Stormzy has today unveiled the title to his hugely anticipated debut album Gang... Read More

Brighton Music Conference Reveals First Panels & Speakers

Brighton Music Conference (BMC17) has revealed the first panels and speakers for the fourth edition... Read More

Eats Everything joins Groove Armada at ANTS, Brixton

ANTS have announced house and techno master Eats Everything has been added to the line up for their... Read More

Backyard Cinema presents 'The Last Chapel'

An immersive Tarantino inspired season set in an abandoned chapel showing Pulp Fiction, Reservoir... Read More

Nightspot Cinema - The Funk & Soul Weekender Launch Party

Jackie Brown meets James Brown for one very special event at Nightspot Cinema’s The Funk &... Read More

Oscars nominations: who's got the nod...

So - we know La La Land received a total of 14 nods - but who else has been nominated for what? Read More

Ride-in Movies

Lee Valley VeloPark have launched a movie night at their VeloStudio in Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park. Read More

Theatre Review: The Pirates of Penzance

Writer and director Mike Leigh demonstrated his fascination with Gilbert and Sullivan in his... Read More

Theatre Review: The Glass Menagerie

“Harry Potter and the Cursed Child “ director John Tiffany turns his hand to more standard fare... Read More

Theatre Review: Gaslight

A classy cast and a chilling tale of murder and psychological terror combine to enthral and wrack... Read More

Theatre Review: Death Takes a Holiday

Wouldn’t it be nice if an overworked Death decided to take a weekend break and leave us alone to... Read More

London Life


The Art of the Brick: DC Super Heroes comes to London

Artist Nathan Sawaya Returns to London with the World’s Largest LEGO® Exhibition Inspired by... Read More

Australia Day Round-up

TNT is not doing an Australia Day Party this year so we thought we’d give you a round up of who is... Read More

Mr Fogg welcomes James Levelle to his Residence

Mayfair bar Mr Fogg's kicks off the 2017 Explorer Series with British filmmaker James Levelle Read More

NYE Fireworks to be broadcast in 360degree view by the BBC

The BBC will be giving viewers at home and around the world a 360degree panoramic view of the... Read More

Bottomless Boozy Brunch at Smokey Tails

Seth Troxler’s cult barbeque restaurant Smokey Tails at Hoxton Square Bar & Kitchen is... Read More

The Wine Dine Dictionary

Want to pick the perfect wine for dinner? Wondering what to eat with a special bottle? Read More

CHOC POT - the grown-up chocolate spread

Not only does it taste bloody good - it's better for you (and the planet) than other chocolate... Read More

Restaurant Review: Firedog, Fitzrovia

Firedog, a new restaurant from the team behind Covent Garden’s Black Penny, offers Aegean cuisine... Read More

Is horseracing set to come to the streets of London?

Whether you religiously follow the latest daily racing NAP, or just enjoy a casual flutter, it’s... Read More

Ministry of Sound opens first gym

Ministry Does Fitness opens with promise of sticking two fingers up at pretentious gym culture Read More

5 reasons to use a removal company for your next London house move

They say that moving house is one of the most stressful things in life, just behind bereavement and... Read More

Jeans for Refugees exhibition

The Jeans for Refugees exhibition will feature all one hundred pairs of celebrity donated jeans... Read More

RAM NYE - Line up announced

Ram Records announce the line up for their New Years Eve night at the 02 Academy Brixton. Read More

Magic Door returns to London Saturday December 10th

After sold out parties in 2014 and 2015, the renowned glittery party crew return to the capital from... Read More

Whisky has become a lucrative drink. Whisky bars should catch up.

The whisky business has quietly been going from strength to strength in recent years, and is now... Read More

Piccadilly line added to Night Tube service

London Mayor Sadiq Khan fulfills his pledge to have 5 lines running a 24-hour weekend service by the... Read More

Lifestyle


Are your moles healthy? How to know when you need mole removal

Have you got moles? If you do, you are probably more or less aware of their existence but that... Read More

Ministry of Sound opens first gym

Ministry Does Fitness opens with promise of sticking two fingers up at pretentious gym culture Read More

How cavemen can inspire your next workout

The fitness trend has exploded in the last two years, with gym selfies, #fitspiration, clean eating... Read More

Every Body is a Summer Body

If you’re looking out of your office window, it may not seem like it just yet but spring and... Read More

Review: Nush Almond Milk Yoghurt

Last week I visited the mecca that is Whole Foods on High Street Kensington for the launch of Nush... Read More

Top Ten Foods for Your Digestion

Nutritionist; Cassandra Barns reveals 10 foods, which can help with digestion... Read More

Ride-in Movies

Lee Valley VeloPark have launched a movie night at their VeloStudio in Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park. Read More

6 healthy choices to improve your 'get up and go'

Do you feel tired all the time? Nutritionist Cassandra Barns reveals 6 healthy choices to give you... Read More

How hire car insurance differs from normal car insurance

Arranging hire car insurance abroad shouldn’t be worrying and expensive – just sort easy and... Read More

CHOC POT - the grown-up chocolate spread

Not only does it taste bloody good - it's better for you (and the planet) than other chocolate... Read More

Is France Also Getting Ready to Exit the EU?

The EU is under siege from a rise in populist sentiments tugging at the seams of the very fabrics of... Read More

Trends In Lending Throughout 2016

Looking at trends in lending can help you identify the best type of borrowing, no matter how many... Read More

A helping hand at Christmas

Christmas – the season of giving. Read More

Is President Trump Making The Right Changes For The Economy?

The people of the United States have spoken, and they've decided that they want Donald Trump to... Read More

Over £1Bn at risk as renters languish on expensive energy bills

 49% are given no information on their energy supplier at the start of their tenancy 18%... Read More

Is Airbnb’s Caribbean invasion a threat to the hotel industry?

Lured by the promise of white sand beaches, crystal clear waters and year-round sunshine, the... Read More

End of the line: the places to live outside Central London

There are places worth exploring outside of the city centre. We tell you where 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

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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