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Rise in summertime thunderstorms 'robustly connected' to climate change
A rise in summertime thunderstorms has been robustly linked to climate change for the first time. MIT Scientists have found an increase of 13 per cent in energy that triggers...
Luton Airport is named worst airport in the UK for third year running
A survey by consumer group Which? found that disastrous customer service, queues at passport control and poor facilities placed Luton as the worst overall airport in the UK.
Plan Your Spring Visit to Atlanta
Visitors of the 83 rd Annual Atlanta Dogwood Festival can revel in entertainment backdropped by the city's lovely blooms, April 12-14. Set within Piedmont Park, the event will...
Stunning entries to photography contest marking the 70th anniversary of the...
The pictures were taken for a contest marking 70 years since the creation of the Campaign for National Parks and feature locations such as the Peak District and Snowdonia.
Finding a slice of paradise at the Lux resort in South Ari Atoll
The Daily Mail's Max Hastings stayed at the Lux resort on South Ari Atoll in the Maldives. He enjoyed snorkeling and caught a 20lb wahoo during a fishing expedition.
Great British Boltholes: A review of The Old Coastguard, Cornwall
The Mail on Sunday's Vicki Reeve had a glorious time at The Old Coastguard located in the fishing village of Mousehole. She loved the easygoing vibe and her sea-view room.
This city is so cool they skate to work! How to spend 48 hours in Ottawa
Canada's small but pristine capital, Ottawa, is becoming one of the country's main tourist cities, and deservedly so, says The Mail on Sunday's Abul Taher.
A battle in Britain: Lake District versus Peak District
Both the Lake District and Peak District are loved for their beautiful wilderness. But which one is best? We put them head to head, comparing their hiking, wildlife and...
National Geographic Traveller reveals the finalists of its prestigious photo...
Launched in 2011, the prestigious annual competition seeks the UK's best new travel photography talent across five categories: Cities, Nature, People, Food, and Portfolio.
Inside Fingals: One of Britain's most tranquil and hidden B&Bs
MailOnline Travel's Ted Thornhill ventured into deepest Devon to stay in a charming B&B called Fingals, which offered him respite from London life - and a nervy drive along...