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England

Air travel

A new breed of airports step out in style

Brian Johnston A new generation of terminals is setting the example for airports of the future, writes Brian Johnston.

Flight test

Flight test: Cityjet economy

Flight Test The route is quick and easy, and passengers get a free joyflight over London.

Mama Holiday

Mama Holiday: Top ten family destinations

Kids Club, Treasure Island, Fiji.

TRACEY SPICER Here are my top 10 family destinations, and five that need some work.

England

How a village destroyed itself to save a nation

The Eyam boundary stone

David Whitley An English village made a grim but noble sacrifice sealing themselves in to a death trap to save their fellow countrymen.

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Photo galleries

Photos

British hit the beach as temperatures soar

Two girls take a photograph of themselves on their mobile phone as they relax in the warm weather in Hyde Park on July 18, 2014 in London, England. The Met Office has issued a heatwave alert as temperatures soar to their highest of the year.

Britons were sent scampering for shade and water as the temperature soared to 29.1C, the highest level of the year so far, during a forecast heatwave.

Photos

So bad it's good: when tourist attractions go wrong

A combination of three documents provided by the Centre de Estudios Borjanos on August 22, 2012 shows the original version of the painting Ecce Homo (L) by 19th-century painter Elias Garcia Martinez, the deteriorated version (C) and the restored version by an elderly woman in Spain.

From world-famous landmarks originally dismissed as monstrosities to bungled construction projects and half-baked theme parks, sometimes getting it wrong makes a site far more attractive.

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Travellers Tips

Tips

Tourists beware: thievery hotspots around the world

London may not have the reputation for crime that some other cities do, but it's actually one of Europe's worst cities for thieves.

Mark Juddery When a bag containing my laptop and smartphone was stolen in London, it was a shock to me - but not to the locals.

Europe

Budget best: cheapest ways to do Europe's greatest cities

Eiffel Tower Paris Heat

Europe's most popular cities are also among the most expensive. Here's how to make the most of them without burning a hole in your pocket.

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Travel News

Orpheus Island resort takes luxury to another level

Guests sit on the beach at Orpheus Island.

JULIETTA JAMESON | Orpheus Island Beach Resort on the Great Barrier Reef has just opened its newly renovated South Suites.

Deals of the week: Cruising goes half price

EDITED BY JULIETTA JAMESON | Ambling from Scandinavia to sunny Miami, this 47-night cruise package is now almost half price.

Traveller letters: Understand how a cash passport card works

I purchased a cash passport card and have widely used it throughout Europe.

Qantas reroutes flights as PNG's Rabaul Volcano erupts

MICHAEL KOZIOL 3:26pm | A giant ash cloud is affecting some flights to and from Australia following a major eruption of the Rabaul caldera in Papua New Guinea.

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