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3 hrs ago | The ReView of Jones County
Ralph Waldo Emerson once said "the Earth laughs in flowers," and there's a good chance this thought came to him while he was touring England, a country filled with spectacular gardens.
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8 hrs ago | Daily Mail
The most wanted man in South Africa, Nelson Mandela, 44, was in London on a clandestine visit to gather support for the fight against apartheid Drifting with the crowds along the Thames, staring up at Big Ben and the Gothic Revival towers of the British Houses of Parliament, the dapper figure wearing a tweed suit in the cool sunshine of June looked ... (more)
12 hrs ago | Examiner.com
It seems Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart could be ditching the luxury as they allegedly plan to tour Europe in a camper van.
16 hrs ago | Bournemouth Echo
BOURNEMOUTH'S new Wayfinding town centre map is now available for free from a selection of locations across the town.
20 hrs ago | The Daily Star
Planes take off and taxi at Heathrow Airport in London on Monday January 21, 2013.
22 hrs ago | This is Guernsey
Flights departing from UK airports are being delayed due to a technical problem at the Nats centre in Swanwick, Hampshire A Stansted Airport spokesman said all of its departing flights were subject to delays of between 30 minutes and two hours, while Gatwick Airport said 20% of its departures had been delayed, with passengers warned they could wait ... (more)
No traveler can truly say they know Europe if they haven't thoroughly explored two of its classic cities London and Florence.
The allure of travel is novelty - in culture and history, or in cuisine and even shopping.
Major disruption to train services between Exeter and London Paddington is expected in the new year when the main line is closed for three weeks.
However, the vast majority of potential passengers living in the airport's catchment area travel to Edinburgh or Glasgow for flights.
The night our region held its breath - hundreds wake up to assess damage; emergency services on standby for morning high tides; evacuation warnings still in place It was the night the region held its breath, as the highest tide for decades threatened to surge into communities around our coast.
Former South African President Nelson Mandela waves to the media as he arrives outside 10 Downing Street, in central London, 28 August 2007.
Flood update: Avoid travelling this evening - trains cancelled and Colchester gridlocked as commuters battle to get home before storm hits A reduced service is running on the line between Norwich and London after fallen trees caused damage to overhead powerlines this evening.
A flight to Glasgow was forced to abort two landing attempts in Scotland before being diverted to Manchester amid gale-force winds.
First, George Osborne confirmed that the 2p a litre fuel duty rise planned for next year would definitely be scrapped.
Although Christmas Day is supposed to be a calming and relaxing experience spent with the family but the lead-up to Christmas, especially two weeks before, can be pretty stressful.