2 hrs ago | UTV
Despite being Northern Ireland born and bred, I have to admit there are still some places that I have yet to spend time in.
6 hrs ago | Advocate
Even though I've been screaming about equal rights for LGBT people since I was a tweenage fag hag, I never imagined my fight for tolerance and acceptance would one day include waving the trans flag as my own.
The Lofoten tourist route in the northern part of of Norway is a popular place to take in the vibrant landscape and never setting sun during the summer months.
Just one Welsh city made it into the top 50 most visited places in Britain, according to figures released today which demonstrate the challenges facing Wales' tourism sector.
Among talk of the problem of unpaid gas bills and the possibility of opening a St.
Glasgow Centre for Population Health set out to calculate the economic benefit accruing from cycle trips in and out of the city centre.
Paris police say Notre Dame Cathedral has been evacuated after a man committed suicide in the 850-year-old monument and tourist site.
The Rt. Hon. Ald. Roger Gifford, Lord Mayor of London, pictured during yesterday's visit to St Cecilia's College with, from left, Ciara Foley, junior head girl, Martine Mulhern, principal, Ald.
The organisers of the World Police and Fire Games have confirmed the number of athletes who have signed up to take part is almost 50% below target.
DOHA: Qatar Tourism Authority is participating in the eleventh edition of IMEX, the world's leading gathering of experts in incentive travel, exhibitions and events, which opens today in Frankfurt, Germany.
Services to and from Dalmar-nock were back on track after problems with ground work derailed a 11million upgrade ahead of the 2014 Common-wealth Games.
In 1925, the French food critic Curnonsky named Lyon "the world capital of gastronomy". Located in the Rhne-Alpes region of east-central France, midway between Paris and Marseille, the city has been trading on that reputation ever since.
Emily Dugan is social affairs correspondent for The Independent, i and Independent on Sunday, covering Sarah Cassidy's maternity leave.
Campaigners raise concerns as figures show 180,000 animals have been used in scientific experiments at universities in Wales since 2010 The use of animals in scientific experiments by Welsh universities has increased 83% over the past three years - with more than 180,000 creatures used in total.
Burnside and Campbelltown councils are working on a joint project to make Magill an artistic and cultural hub and thriving shopping destination.
Based on 2 sharing. Holland or Denmark - save 10% on selected DFDS Seaways departures from Harwich to Esbjerg and Newcastle to Amsterdam .