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What are spacemen and women wearing to travel to the moon these days?

Nasa, the US space agency has unveiled the prototype for a new spacesuit designed with more comfort to be worn by the astronauts on the Moon during the Artemis program.

Quantas: The world’s longest nonstop flight from New York to Sydney trialled

The Australian airline Quantas are testing a long-haul nonstop flight from New York to Sydney today (Friday 18th October), a route that no airline...
Sri Lanka beach

When is the best time to visit Sri Lanka

Sri Lanka's weather is dictated by two key monsoon seasons and, because they alternate, the island can be seen as a an all-year round holiday destination.

Hotel Review: La Cour des Consuls Hotel & Spa Toulouse – MGallery

Toulouse has a laid-back vibe which the Cour des Consuls hotel plays up perfectly with it's spa and Michelin dining.
James Knappett prepares his dish

High altitude Michelin dining in Ischgl, Austria

You eat well in the Tyrolean mountains around Ischgl as top Michelin-starred chefs have created dishes for the mountain hut menus.
Wawel Castle in Krakow, Poland

Travel guide: 48 hours in Krakow, Poland

Stroll through Krakow’s bustling neighbourhoods and soak up the plethora of art, history and culture in this beautiful Polish city.
New £20 notevideo

£20 note: New face and security features for the most forged British bank note

A new polymer £20 note is coming on 20 February 2020. It is packed with forge-resistant features and has the face of artist JMW Turner and his painting The Fighting Temeraire.

Hays Travel buys all 555 Thomas Cook shops

Hays Travel buy all 555 Thomas Cook shops, a move which could save 2,500 jobs lost by the recent Thomas Cook collapse.

Ski Guide: Abruzzo, Italy

Abruzzo ski resort in Italy is just a couple of hours from Rome has the tallest peaks in the Apennines, and plenty to offer skiers.

24 hours in Khiva, Uzbekistan

A walled pedestrian city, Khiva with its quaint labyrinth of streets and sparkling tiles looks like it was built specifically for tourists. Yet this "museum" city has so much to offer.

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