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'The Walking Dead' tours launched in Georgia
4 Feb 2013
'The Walking Dead' tours launched in Georgia
Fans of 'The Walking Dead' starring Andrew Lincoln are to be given the chance to see some of the main locations from the hit TV show themselves as part of a holiday to the US. Just as New Yor ...... Read more >
30 Oct 2014
Elton John extends his Vegas residency
Elton John and Las Vegas- two of the most flamboyant and exciting commodities and a perfect pairing - are to continue as the Your Song ...
30 Jul 2014
Cheryl's waxwork given new look in London.
Madame Tussauds London has re-styled its waxwork of Cheryl Fernandez-Versini (as pop star Cheryl Cole is now known, having recently mar...
12 May 2014
Egyptian tourism 'will bounce back'
Following years of political unrest, it appears that tourism may finally be on the up in Egypt.The country’s tourism minister has...
19 Nov 2013
World Ski Awards handed out
A number of ski resorts and providers are celebrating after coming up trumps in the first ever World Ski Awards.The action-packed Val T...
7 Nov 2013
Airlines ranked according to noise
A new programme instigated by London Heathrow will see it become the first UK airport to rank airlines according to their noise perform...
20 Sep 2013
Paris wins Seven Cities competition
Paris has been named the best tourist destination in the world by thousands of travellers. The French capital won the Top Seven Ci...
11 Sep 2013
World's largest ferris wheel coming to Sin City
Appropriately for the city where everything is taken to the maximum, Las Vegas will soon be home to the world's largest ferris whee...
US airlines defend proposed merger
US Airways and American Airlines have strongly rebuked claims that their proposed merger would violate antitrust laws, which are design...
11 Jul 2013
Heathrow CEO: UK's global hub status at risk
Heathrow's chief executive has warned the Airports Commission that the delays over reaching a decision on expansion are damaging th...
26 Feb 2013
Snowshoeing in Finland
Those following the travails of Sir Ranulph Fiennes in Antarctica could be forgiven for thinking that walking across snow-covered lands...