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 London commuters told not to travel to Waterloo 13m Updated London commuters told not to travel to Waterloo
South West Trains said services across the whole of its network, including to and from London Waterloo, may be cancelled, delayed by up to 90 minutes or revised (Guildford pictured today).
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 Tearful brides-to-be cancel closure of Sandals Antigua 23m Updated Tearful brides-to-be cancel closure of Sandals Antigua
Many devastated wedding parties (such as Mark Ingham and Sharon Osborne) – have been left high and dry after Sandals in Antigua announced it will close from September.
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 Annabel Fenwick Elliott spends a week inside Burning Man 43m Updated Annabel Fenwick Elliott spends a week inside Burning Man
Buried in the sizzling Mojave desert of Nevada, Burning Man consists of a vast, purpose-built, ‘city’ which is reconstructed from scratch again every year, and attracts over 70,000 revellers annually.
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 Rail misery for hundreds of thousands of London commuters 53m Updated Rail misery for hundreds of thousands of London commuters
South West Trains said services across the whole of its network, including to and from London Waterloo, may be cancelled, delayed by up to 90 minutes or revised (Guildford pictured today).
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 Heroics saves whale shark removing wire caught in mouth 1h 45m Heroics saves whale shark removing wire caught in mouth
A diver off the coast of Indonesia has saved a wounded whale shark by removing fishing wire that was caught in its mouth.
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10 of the best beach bars in France2h 10 of the best beach bars in France
Trays of oysters, iced rosé, swordfish brochettes, even Trump-inspired cocktails … these bars de plage boast superb fare and sunshine vibes A hidden cove, a respite from the flashy excesses of the Riviera near Monaco, Eden Plage is reached by a tricky headland path (closed when the sea is rough) or a long, stepped descent from the village. The restaurant-bar serves great seafood, burgers and chips with views of the steep cliffs of Saint-Laurent bay and the gently-lapping Mediterranean. You can rent a paddle board or kayak on the gravelly beach and head into the nearby grottos. There’s also a floating pontoon to swim to and red sunbeds under the parasols. You might be disturbed by a model from the boutique behind the bar showing off swimsuits, pareos or a macramé bag or just the waiter topping up your rosé (€8 a glass), but otherwise, it’s the most undiscovered beach resort on the Côte d’Azur.
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Skin Deep: Summer Vacation Packing: The Beauty Edition4h Skin Deep: Summer Vacation Packing: The Beauty Edition
We asked a bevy of beauty influencers and celebrities to curate three summer travel bags.
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With More Ships in the Arctic, Fears of Disaster Rise10h Updated With More Ships in the Arctic, Fears of Disaster Rise
A decline in sea ice is allowing more marine travel, but experts say the remote region is unprepared to face an emergency at sea.
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 Gilbert Ott reveals how to hack flight fares 15h Updated Gilbert Ott reveals how to hack flight fares
Professional flight hacker Gilbert Ott, based in New York, reveals his methods, everything from buying air miles cheaply without actually flying anywhere, to missing flights on purpose.
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 Investors bidding BILLIONS to transform the UK high street 17h Investors bidding BILLIONS to transform the UK high street
Some of the UK’s biggest investment firms are placing a multi-billion pound bet that is triggering a startling rejuvenation of many neglected town centres.
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 The RNLI says how to survive freak accidents on holiday 17h Updated The RNLI says how to survive freak accidents on holiday
In the last 17 years, nearly 300 people have gone overboard from cruises and ferries; while hundreds of skiers fall prey to avalanche-related accidents annually.
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 Gilbert Ott reveals how to hack fares without credit card 20h Updated Gilbert Ott reveals how to hack fares without credit card
Professional flight hacker Gilbert Ott, based in New York, reveals his methods, everything from buying air miles cheaply without actually flying anywhere, to missing flights on purpose.
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 The dad humour hall of fame 21h The dad humour hall of fame
Here, MailOnline presents a catalogue of hilarity that will resonate with anyone who grew up with a parent of the male variety.
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Homage to Bowie: in a Berlin ice-cream parlour21h Homage to Bowie: in a Berlin ice-cream parlour
Black Star (chestnut and chocolate) and White Duke (almond and peach) are among the flavours created by a gelato artisan and David Bowie superfan in Berlin Named after David Bowie’s final masterpiece, Black Star gelato combines chestnut ice-cream with dark chocolate ganache and a finish of cream flavoured with the smoke of a Cuban cigar. It is the creation of young Italian chef – and Bowie superfan – Angelika Kaswalder, and sold in her ice-cream parlour
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Southend-on-Sea: the arty way is Essex26h Southend-on-Sea: the arty way is Essex
Paul O’Grady obviously hasn’t visited Southend for a while … The resort where the East End still goes for old-fashioned seaside fun now has a thriving arts scene, too At the Village Green arts and music festival in Southend-on-Sea earlier this month, festivalgoers were pictured waving placards reading “Southend is not a shit hole”. I thought this was a bit odd, until I learned it was in response to a recent outburst by presenter Paul O’Grady – during filming for an episode of Blind Date, no less – in which he branded the Essex seaside town a shit hole, and “full of single mothers”. Harsh, Paul. Like generations of Londoners before me, I had my first taste of the seaside at Southend. No matter that the beach was more mud than golden sand, or that the water – where the Thames meets the North Sea – was a murky brown. I have fond memories of making “sand” castles in the silty sludge, riding the roller coasters at Adventure Island until I felt sick, and then walking to the end of the (world’s longest) pier for an ice-cream and to watch the container ships sliding in and out of the estuary.
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