After 157 glorious years the hammers that strike the Big Ben bell disconnected on August 21. And it won't be connected again for four years.
From October 2017, pedestrians are banned from texting or looking at their mobile phone while crossing a road in Honolulu, Hawaii.
A luxury cruise liner carrying 1,900 passengers turned into a ghost ship at night when travelling through the world’s most dangerous waters.
You can now channel your favourite Hollywood stars and walk along 50km of red carpet in the Italian region of Liguria, known as the Italian Riviera.
Two cruise companies, P&O Cruises and Cunard, have announced that same-sex couples will be able to say “I Do” while on-board one of their ships.
Eating and drinking ban by Rome fountains lasts until October 31. And if you are inclined to flout the ban you will be fined up to €240.
A new £10 polymer banknote featuring Jane Austen on the 200th anniversary of her death, has been revealed.
Bankers, lawyers and consultants can now have their midday snooze at Siesta and Go - Madrid's first nap-bar.
The Mixed Fleet cabin crew from British Airways will walk out on July 1st for 16 days, over a pay dispute.
London has a new type of guided tour - Yonda Smart car that talks as you drive, revealing the best that London offers. Perfect for first timers to the city.