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Private GP service launches app for appointments in London

Meet the "uber" for GP appointments. GPDQ provides convenient access to private GP's... Read More

Revealed: the UK’s hottest tourist destinations

Edinburgh has been voted the UK’s top tourist spot for 2016. Read More

Spider attacks penis on building site

A man in Sydney has gone to hospital after a redback spider bit him on the penis. Read More

Search for landscape photographer of the year begins

Entry for the tenth annual Take a view Landscape Photographer of the Year Award is now open and... Read More

‘Kayo’ to ‘Kayla’

A quarter of ethnic, female execs forced to change their name. Read More

Carol Vorderman encourages workers to get walking

TV personality, Carol Vorderman, has kick-started a nationwide campaign to get UK workers more... Read More

Tearing our hair out

Nuisance calls, being kept on hold and dog fouling in public have been voted by Brits as the top... Read More

Brits return from holidays with the horn

Brits return from holidays with a higher sex drive that lasts an average of 24 days according to a... Read More

John Cleese may take legal action against Fawlty Towers spin off

John Cleese is contemplating legal action against a production company over what he claims to be a... Read More

STAR WARS triumphs at the Jameson Empire Awards

Posthumous Empire Legend award for Alan Rickman. Read More

London to host world premiere of new musical: Marco Polo

The world premiere of new musical - Marco Polo, An Untold Love Story - is taking place in London... Read More

Ballerina returns home to Australian honours

More than three decades after she left regional Queensland as a teenager to pursue her dreams on the... Read More

Spider attacks penis on building site

A man in Sydney has gone to hospital after a redback spider bit him on the penis. Read More

Naked Hercules gets removable penis

A nude statue of Hercules has been given a detachable penis for exceptional occasions. Read More

Bacon pants on sale

Do you love the smell of sizzling bacon rashers on a Sunday morning? If you do, then these new pants... Read More

A museum dedicated to poo

A museum dedicated to poo has opened to the public, in an area normally associated with sand, sea,... Read More

Latest Stories & Sports


Private GP service launches app for appointments in London

Meet the "uber" for GP appointments. GPDQ provides convenient access to private GP's... Read More

London gets its first naked restaurant

A pop up restaurant coming to London this summer is about to change everything you know about fine... Read More

Kiwi film to premiere at Sci-Fi London film festival

London sci-fi fans will soon have the chance to see award-winning comedy This Giant Papier Mache... 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

Naked Hercules gets removable penis

A nude statue of Hercules has been given a detachable penis for exceptional occasions. Read More

New Zealand keeps its British link

Migration gain for 19 consecutive months. Read More

Stags twice as likely to cheat as hens

Men are twice as likely to cheat on their partner while on a stag do, than women on a hen do... Read More

Au revoir, circumflex - why is the French language changing?

At the start of February, the Académie Française - who are responsible for upholding the French... Read More

Revealed: the UK’s hottest tourist destinations

Edinburgh has been voted the UK’s top tourist spot for 2016. Read More

Walk the underground tunnels of Mail Rail

Located deep beneath the streets of the capital, London’s secret 100 year old postal railway has... Read More

Help rebuild Nepal

Fundraising Travel Company launches ‘Nepal Community Challenge’, one year on from the... Read More

easyJet opens recruitment for 450 pilot positions

easyJet has announced that it will recruit more than 450 new pilots. Read More

Joshua in a hurry to heavyweight title

Anthony Joshua’s incredible rise to dominating the heavyweight diversion took a massive step when... Read More

Try canal boating for free

On Sunday 17 April 2016, Drifters Waterway Holidays and the Canal & River Trust are offering people... Read More

Rosberg takes season’s opener in Australia

Nico Rosberg took the first GP of the 2016 season in an incident prone race in Melbourne, from his... Read More

England crowned grand slam champions

Five months on from crashing out of the 2015 world cup, England surged to six nation’s grand slam... Read More

Travel


Why Deni Ute Muster should be on your to do list!

For a uniquely Australian rite of passage there’s little that can beat the iconic Deni Ute... Read More

Fair trade adventures launch

Sumak Travel the UK based social enterprise that specialises in Latin American ecotourism, has... Read More

Petra jewel of Jordan

It’s a tough time for the wonders of the world. In an age where everyone’s been everywhere, seen... Read More

Ditch the car and make tracks for America

Some folk may get their kicks on Route 66, but I prefer to kickback with Amtrak. Many travellers... Read More

Held Hostage on our Honeymoon

Over a thousand tourists were stranded on Easter Island in the build up to Christmas. Some never... Read More

Top 5 things to do in Rio this winter

Party till dawn at the Vidigal Favela  This artistic neighbourhood is characterised by a... Read More

Top of the flops

"So St David’s is a city, that's really a village, but it has a cathedral, so officially... Read More

Reasons not to miss City Sound Project

Amazing location…..   Location, Location, Location is not just an average property... Read More

The most quintessentially English places to visit

With St George’s Day just around the corner, we've put together the most quintessentially... Read More

Shakespeare birthday celebrations in London

Discover how the capital will celebrate the 452nd birthday of the Bard, together with the 400th... Read More

Five reasons to plan a weekend in Brighton this summer

As well as obvious perks like the beach, a rich history of arts and culture and its liberal vibe,... Read More

Weekend cruising on the Norfolk Broads

Warm winters and less rain than anywhere else in the British Isles, captivating wetlands where your... Read More

A foodie’s guide to street food Down Under

When we think of Australia, the first thing that’s comes to mind is the Sydney Opera House, the... Read More

A look into New Zealand living

10 reasons to move to New Zealand. Read More

The most memorable concerts and encores of all time

Every year, more and more of us travel to see our music heroes perform live on stage. There are now... 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

Top tips for viewing spring blossom in Kyoto

Thanks to the sea of stunning pink shades that sweeps across the city, spring blossom season is... Read More

8 places to visit before they change forever

Before you know it, some the world’s most beautiful and unique destinations could be... Read More

Montenegro: The Balkan’s greatest outdoor secret

Montenegro deserves to be discovered, says Sophie Ibbotson. Read More

Weekend cruising on the Norfolk Broads

Warm winters and less rain than anywhere else in the British Isles, captivating wetlands where your... Read More

Spotlight on La Gomera

La Gomera, one of the Canaries most scenic islands, offers an unconventional getaway for visitors.... Read More

Oxford celebrates Shakespeare in scholarly and surprising ways

Shakespeare Oxford 2016 salutes the Bard in April with its own commemorative events. Read More

Eight things to do in Palma de Mallorca

With temperatures of around 18°C at this time of year, as well as long sunny days and bright blue... Read More

In the footsteps of James Joyce in Rome

Italian writer Giuseppe Cafiero has recently published his latest book James Joyce 1906-1907: The... Read More

Don't Miss in London

Arts & Entertainment


Theatre Review: The Comedy About A Bank Robbery

Mischief Theatre hits the spot – and then hits it again, and again - with this daft (but expertly... Read More

Restaurant review: Gyoza Bar

The gyoza and ramen at London's latest Japanese dining spot, will bowl you over says Kaye... Read More

The Tweed run

The Tweed Run, world renowned for being the most sartorially impeccable event ever to take place on... Read More

Egg LDN founder Laurence Malice chats to TNT Magazine

Original London club kid and promoter of legendary parties such as “An Esoteric Extravaganza” at... Read More

Reasons not to miss City Sound Project

Amazing location…..   Location, Location, Location is not just an average property... Read More

DJ mag announces 25 years

The world’s biggest dance music media brand, DJ Magazine (DJ Mag), will publish its 25th... Read More

Record Store Day fever

Since its inception in 2007, Record Store Day is now a popular culture day for music lovers up and... Read More

The most memorable concerts and encores of all time

Every year, more and more of us travel to see our music heroes perform live on stage. There are now... Read More

Unrestricted View Film Festival 2016

Stars, musicians, independent films; London is undeniably the culture capital of Europe where those... Read More

Cult screens launches its summer season

Cult Screens has announced its summer season of outdoor cinema entertainment across the UK, running... Read More

Kiwi film to premiere at Sci-Fi London film festival

London sci-fi fans will soon have the chance to see award-winning comedy This Giant Papier Mache... Read More

Go behind the seams at the World’s largest costume house

Angels Costumes has announced the launch of the new ‘Behind the Seams’ tour of its North London... Read More

Theatre Review: The Comedy About A Bank Robbery

Mischief Theatre hits the spot – and then hits it again, and again - with this daft (but expertly... Read More

London to welcome An American in Paris

Christopher Wheeldon’s multi award-winning new Broadway musical is coming to London’s Dominion... Read More

Theatre Review: The Caretaker

After a long absence from the stage, Timothy Spall is back treading the boards – and he rightly... Read More

Knightmare live Udderbelly Southbank

Enter, stranger. Following the sell-out Edinburgh run in 2014 and its highly successful UK tour,... Read More

London Life


The Tweed run

The Tweed Run, world renowned for being the most sartorially impeccable event ever to take place on... Read More

Spin cycling festival returns to London

The ultimate event for urban, road & city cyclists returns to the Old Truman Brewery next month. Read More

Walk the underground tunnels of Mail Rail

Located deep beneath the streets of the capital, London’s secret 100 year old postal railway has... Read More

Doggy dining in Chelsea

Pet Pavilion is teaming up with the iconic Bluebird restaurant for a celebration of all things... Read More

Restaurant review: Gyoza Bar

The gyoza and ramen at London's latest Japanese dining spot, will bowl you over says Kaye... Read More

Mayfair in bloom

Mr Fogg’s is a recreation of the home of Jules Verne’s most famous adventurer, Phileas Fogg, and... Read More

Step into spring

It may be a little cloudy in London today, but the following best bars and restaurants are doing... Read More

Where to celebrate the 400th anniversary of Shakespeare's death

The 400th anniversary of William Shakespeare’s death is upon us. Ready to cheer his life and work?... Read More

Restaurant review: Gyoza Bar

The gyoza and ramen at London's latest Japanese dining spot, will bowl you over says Kaye... Read More

The Tweed run

The Tweed Run, world renowned for being the most sartorially impeccable event ever to take place on... Read More

Spin cycling festival returns to London

The ultimate event for urban, road & city cyclists returns to the Old Truman Brewery next month. Read More

Step into spring

It may be a little cloudy in London today, but the following best bars and restaurants are doing... Read More

Egg LDN founder Laurence Malice chats to TNT Magazine

Original London club kid and promoter of legendary parties such as “An Esoteric Extravaganza” at... Read More

Egg presents Jonas Blue, Nora En Pure and the Avener

Just 21-years-old, London-based Jonas Blue has set his career rolling with a a tropical house... Read More

Secretsundaze summer opening party 2016

Secretsundaze kicks off the 2016 summer season on Saturday, with Lil Louis, Steffi, Kornel Kovaks,... Read More

Old Skool Factory presents the magnificent DJ Jazzy Jeff

Old Skool Factory, known for presenting premier old school nights, are proud to be bringing The... Read More

Lifestyle


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

Five surprising mindfulness techniques

Have you run out of pages in your adult-colouring book? Or mastered every yoga move out there? Dr... Read More

Free nail art and mini blow-dries at K West

On Tuesday 15 March 2016, K West Hotel & Spa will be hosting a night of nail art, with mini... Read More

Starfish Breakfast run and picnic

Are you looking for a fitness goal for the New Year? Take advantage of Starfish Great Hearts... Read More

Body Image Issues - Why Are We So Obsessed?

Every day we look in the mirror and, for many of us, find ourselves lacking. We fixate on our flaws.... Read More

The Unlikely Yoga Teacher

If, when I was a teenager, someone had told me that I would one day be a yoga teacher, I’d have... 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

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

Pricey Pints

Don’t let recent currency fluctuations and ‘Brexit’ doomsday predictions get you... Read More

Travel hacking

Hacking is usually illegal. Break into your bank's network and don't be surprised if a few... Read More

Injury victims denied up to £1.3 billion per year

Accident victims in England and Wales are losing out on a projected £1.3 billion for medical... Read More

You Can’t Afford to Ignore Your Credit Health

It’s important to monitor your health, especially as you get older. Without proper diet and... 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

Free holidays house sitting while you travel

Retired automotive executive Sandra Hunter is a horse lover, but was previously hampered in her... Read More

Happy campers

There are many benefits to travelling by campervan... there’s the chance to explore a country in... Read More

Travelodge London Heathrow Central Hotel review

The hotel is situated about a 20 minute walk from Hounslow West underground station. Just under 3... Read More

First direct flight from the UK to Puerto Rico

I knew that travelling on Norwegian’s first flight to San Juan was going to be fun when I arrived... 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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