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10 hrs ago | Essence Magazine
On the last day of my travels through Europe, I felt small. It was a realization that this world is massive and I have so much more to explore.
14 hrs ago | The Honolulu Advertiser
Use the Oyster Card to take a double-decker bus to Trafalgar Square for a classic view of the Tower of London built in 1078.
The Royal Childhood exhibition inside Buckingham Palace, which opened yesterday, offers a rare glimpse of life as a royal child, with 150 toys, gifts, journals and clothes displayed alongside previously unseen photographs and film of nine generations of royal kids.
BUYOUT group Aurelius is scouring Scotland for takeover targets as it seeks opportunities to invest its 220 million cash pile away from an overheating London market.
Watch this brief biography of Gene Kelly and learn about his starring role in the Gershwin movie musical "An American in Paris."
Read Lee Ryder' final whistle match report, with pictures, from Newcastle United's 1-0 win over Wellington Phoenix at the Westpac Stadium in New Zealand Cheryl's new husband Jean-Bernard Fernandez-Versini is reported to have spent thousands on roses for their second wedding bash in London Thousands of families bathed in glorious sunshine as ... (more)
July 1914 was the month that changed the world. On 28 June 1914, Archduke Franz Ferdinand was assassinated, and just five weeks later the Great Powers of Europe were at war.
A chalk version of Vermeer's "Girl with the Pearl Earring" in Paris. It was announced this week that the painting is no longer allowed to leave the Hague.
The 6.30pm hospital to West Mersea service will run five minutes later, calling at North Station at 6.41pm, allowing passengers to connect from the 6.32am and 6.36am arriving trains from London Liverpool Street.
Services between London Paddington and Reading, Swindon, Bristol and South Wales were "severely disrupted" due to signalling problems in the Twyford area between Reading and Maidenhead caused by an earlier lightning strike.
VISITORS to Scotland have been showing a taste for typical produce like shortbread and haggis, with four in ten of them buying food or drink to take home, figures have shown.
Faced with rising sea levels, would you consider a move onto the water? Soon, a community of Londoners will have exactly that option.
If London gets too foggy for you, the sunny climes of Corfu, Greece, is a short airplane ride away.
Strike action will see train services between Worksop, Mansfield and Nottingham replaced by buses from Monday July 28 until Thursday July 31. The industrial action is being taken by engineering and maintenance staff in Derby, Leeds and Nottingham in a dispute over pay and conditions.
TRANSPORT FOR LONDON has announced that it will start accepting contactless payments on the London Tube network from 16 September.
Updated: Sun Jul 27, 2014 07:13 pm
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