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Blowjob cafe to open in Switzerland

A new cafe will offer a coffee and blowjob in Geneva when it opens later this year. Read More

The Rugby Championship comes to Europe

Australia v Argentina, Twickenham Stadium, Saturday 8th October – 7.30 K.O. Read More

London and south east millennials react to EU referendum

As the dust settles after Thursday night’s EU election, as a nation we are collectively looking... Read More

Should we teach children digital skills to protect their future?

Former education secretary Lord Kenneth Baker has called for greater emphasis to be placed on... Read More

London and south east millennials react to EU referendum

As the dust settles after Thursday night’s EU election, as a nation we are collectively looking... Read More

TNT guide to Brexit

With the UK population voting to leave the EU - what does it mean for the thousands of visitors and... Read More

Brexit translated for our international visitors

The British pound has fallen significantly and is expected to have an effect on global economies. Read More

Dogs at work to fix Brexit bust-ups

Today is national Bring Your Dog To Work Day - and Britain’s favourite day at the office is hoping... 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

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

Blowjob cafe to open in Switzerland

A new cafe will offer a coffee and blowjob in Geneva when it opens later this year. Read More

Woman discovers large python in house

An Australian woman woke and discovered a massive python had taken up residence. Read More

Driver caught wanking on the M40

An unidentified driver has been caught masturbating while driving his BMW along the M40, as the... Read More

Shark has virgin birth babies

A female leopard shark has had three babies without her eggs being fertalised, giving the virgin... Read More

Latest Stories & Sports


David Cameron resigns as the UK votes Brexit

David Cameron has resigned as Prime Minister, after Britain votes to leave the European Union. Read More

Twitter reaction to EU Ref debate lights up the London Eye

Twitter has teamed up with the Coca-Cola London Eye (@TheLondonEye) to reveal live reactions during... Read More

The London Hong Kong Dragon Boat festival is back

The 21st London Hong Kong Dragon Boat festival will be taking place on Sunday 26 June 2016 at the... Read More

Artists to light up the River Thames bridge at night

The Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, is calling on the world’s brightest minds to come up with ideas... Read More

Blowjob cafe to open in Switzerland

A new cafe will offer a coffee and blowjob in Geneva when it opens later this year. Read More

How the office became a catwalk

Do you get that slight panic feeling every morning when deciding what to wear to work? You’re not... Read More

Celebs & their pups join dog selfie campaign

Lucy Watson, Gemma Atkinson, Jenny Seagrove, Sandi Thom, Ricky Gervais, Brian Blessed, Chris Packham... Read More

EgyptAir flight disappears

This morning EgyptAir flight 804 from Paris to Cairo disappeared with 66 people on board. This is... Read More

BA suspends Sharm el-Sheikh flights

British Airways has suspended flights to Sharm el-Sheikh indefinitely due to security concerns. Read More

easyJet pilots provide passengers with Euro 2016 scores in flight

Crucial game result messages sent to aircraft from the ground. Read More

Leaving the rat race

Revealed: the world's 17 most incredible jobs from chocolate taster to coconut safety... Read More

Brits say term time holiday takers should not be criminalised

Following the High Court victory of a father who refused to pay a £120 fine for taking his daughter... Read More

The Rugby Championship comes to Europe

Australia v Argentina, Twickenham Stadium, Saturday 8th October – 7.30 K.O. Read More

Adventurer Laura conquers the Channel Islands

In June 2016, British Adventurer Laura Kennington completed a world first and rather extreme... Read More

Injury forces Rafael Nadal out of Wimbledon

Rafael Nadal wrist problems that blighted his chances of winning the French Open a fortnight ago,... Read More

Spurs to play at Wembley Stadium next season

Tottenham Hotspur have agreed a deal with Wembley Stadium to play next season’s Champions League... Read More

Travel


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

TruTravels adds Cambodia tour

Specialist tour operator, TruTravels, has added the new 12-day ‘Monkey Ladder’ tour to its range... Read More

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

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

Best coastal roads in the UK

Britons tend to forget their island status – instead we often associate sea and sand with mainland... Read More

Tea time in Cardiff

"There are few hours in life more agreeable than the hour dedicated to the ceremony known as... Read More

10 incredible scenic journeys across the UK

This week, we've been thinking about the UK. Turns out a trip in Blighty can be just as... 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

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

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

Top 10 travel apps for the digitally-savvy traveller

For the digitally-savvy traveller, going on holiday isn’t necessarily about unplugging but rather... 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

Five reasons to head to Barcelona for OFF Week

Pool Parties  During OFF Sonar it would be wrong not to fully embrace the baking sun, get... Read More

Open your eyes to Ostravan delights

Jasleen Jandhari explores Ostrava - The Czech Republic's third-biggest city that's still... Read More

Hitting the targus

Five reasons why the Lisbon coast should be on your bucket list. Read More

Don't Miss in London

Arts & Entertainment


The Bingham launches London’s first Rose bar

Richmond’s riverside boutique hotel, The Bingham, is launching London’s first ever Rose Bar. Read More

The Rugby Championship comes to Europe

Australia v Argentina, Twickenham Stadium, Saturday 8th October – 7.30 K.O. Read More

Are you ready for Grove Fest

Didn’t score yourself a ticket to Glastonbury? Stop sobbing and dust off your wellies, because... Read More

Theatre Review: Hobson's Choice

Written 100 years ago, Harold Brighouse’s century old comedy still makes for a sprightly... Read More

The godfathers of New Zealand electronica are back

Celebrating 20 years in the music business, Pitch Black, the godfathers of New Zealand electronica,... Read More

Interview with The Germein Sisters

Adelaide band The Germein Sisters, are following in the footsteps of bands such as Haim and First... Read More

Bourne and Hollingsworth presents D-Day blitz party

Make your way to the East London air raid shelter for a special Blitz Party to coincide with the... Read More

Lowlands 2016 Electronic acts announced

Lowlands Festival announces its electronic line-up and adds Steffi, Benny Rodrigues & De Sluwe... Read More

Al fresco cinema in London

Lights… camera… and…. action! Prepare yourselves for a summer of cinema joy as Pop Up Screens... 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

Theatre Review: Hobson's Choice

Written 100 years ago, Harold Brighouse’s century old comedy still makes for a sprightly... Read More

Theatre Review: The Go-Between

An old diary hidden away in a trunk for five decades finally unlocks the suppressed memories of... Read More

Theatre Review: The Spoils

I’m not sure that even the prospect of rent-free accommodation in a well-appointed New York... Read More

Theatre Review: Blue/Orange

The institutional smell of disinfectant greets you on the way to your seat, but don’t let that... Read More

London Life


Jamaican London crazy!

Jamaican Jerk experts Rudie’s are taking their tropical food sensation to the pop up event where... Read More

Red Hook Criterium Championship Cycling Series 2016

Rockstar Games is proud to announce the return of the Red Hook Criterium Championship Series in... Read More

Weiss City with Riva Starr and Denis Cruz

After smashing the Terrace at the Toolroom Live sessions in March, Weiss returns with his Weiss City... Read More

The London Hong Kong Dragon Boat festival is back

The 21st London Hong Kong Dragon Boat festival will be taking place on Sunday 26 June 2016 at the... Read More

The Bingham launches London’s first Rose bar

Richmond’s riverside boutique hotel, The Bingham, is launching London’s first ever Rose Bar. Read More

Where to watch Wimbledon

Huzzah! Wimbledon is just around the corner. With this in mind, we've rounded up the best... Read More

McQueen brings al fresco drinking and dining to Shoreditch

Shoreditch bar and restaurant McQueen is ushering in the summer season with the launch of brand new... Read More

Jamaican London crazy!

Jamaican Jerk experts Rudie’s are taking their tropical food sensation to the pop up event where... Read More

The Bingham launches London’s first Rose bar

Richmond’s riverside boutique hotel, The Bingham, is launching London’s first ever Rose Bar. Read More

Are you ready for Grove Fest

Didn’t score yourself a ticket to Glastonbury? Stop sobbing and dust off your wellies, because... Read More

Where to watch Wimbledon

Huzzah! Wimbledon is just around the corner. With this in mind, we've rounded up the best... Read More

McQueen brings al fresco drinking and dining to Shoreditch

Shoreditch bar and restaurant McQueen is ushering in the summer season with the launch of brand new... Read More

Weiss City with Riva Starr and Denis Cruz

After smashing the Terrace at the Toolroom Live sessions in March, Weiss returns with his Weiss City... Read More

Sabajaq presents a Midsummer Madness Edition

There's an earth-tilting torrent of techno in the main room, brought by the elemental forces of... Read More

Deep into soul summer terrace opening party

New York’s ‘Body & Soul’ lynchpin and legendary king of the edits, Danny Krivit flies in... Read More

Egg presents Ms Dynamite, Artful Dodger and Marky B

The mighty Ms Dynamite takes over for Egg Presents…on Friday June 3, alongside original Garage... 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

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

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

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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