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Hurricane Michael Has Shut Down Travel on the Florida Panhandle 10 Oct 5:34pm Hurricane Michael Has Shut Down Travel on the Florida Panhandle
With the storm making landfall, all area airports are closed and many local roads are shut down as well.
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5 Places: Five Places to Go in Lincoln, Neb. 10 Oct 12:59pm 5 Places: Five Places to Go in Lincoln, Neb.
The Nebraska capital’s downtown used to be considered rather sleepy. But with new watering holes and shops percolating, it’s become a pride of the plains.
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Fascinating photos show what life was like in East and West Berlin at the height of the Cold War 10 Oct 12:45pm Updated Fascinating photos show what life was like in East and West Berlin at the height of the Cold War
This is Berlin at its most haunting, captured on camera in a series of fascinating images by British photographer Allan Hailstone, who visited the east and west sides between 1959 and 1966.
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Travel Tips: The Time to Buy Those Holiday Travel Tickets? Now 10 Oct 12:13pm Travel Tips: The Time to Buy Those Holiday Travel Tickets? Now
Going home for the holidays can be expensive and stressful, but with the right timing and these maneuvers, it doesn’t always have to be.
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Hurricane Michael looms large as it barrels towards Florida 10 Oct 10:41am Updated Hurricane Michael looms large as it barrels towards Florida
Michael was located about 235 miles south of Panama City, Florida at 8pm Tuesday with authorities warning the 'life-threatening' storm could slam ashore early Wednesday.
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International Real Estate: House Hunting in … Australia 10 Oct 9:31am International Real Estate: House Hunting in … Australia
After years of steady growth, housing prices around Melbourne have flattened out, due in part to tighter restrictions on foreign buyers.
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Fixing the Fells: the campaign to save the paths of Scafell Pike 10 Oct 6:46am Fixing the Fells: the campaign to save the paths of Scafell Pike
Lake District repair team fear funds to protect route up England’s highest mountain will fall short as crowdfunding deadline looms At the busiest times of year, the stream of human traffic on the Brown Tongue path never ceases – not even at night. The route used by 100,000 people every year – as the most direct way to the top of Scafell Pike, England’s highest mountain – is one of the most heavily walked paths of its type in the world. But its popularity has come at a high price.
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Norwegian overtakes BA for passenger numbers to NYC 10 Oct 4:14am Updated Norwegian overtakes BA for passenger numbers to NYC
Norwegian carried 1.67 million passengers to or from airports in the New York area in the 12 months to the end of July, compared with the 1.63 million carried by British Airways.
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