Is there a sun cream ban on the way?

Hawaii is the first country to pass a legislation to ban certain sun creams in a bid to protect their coral reefs from damage. Research has shown that damage to coral reefs…

Several dead and hundreds injured in Japan Earthquake

More than 200 hundred people have been injured and three people have died following an earthquake in Osaka, Japan on Monday 18th June 2018. The earthquake, which hit a magnitude of 6.1…

Will North Korea be a surfers paradise?

Donald Trump and Kim Jong-un have been at the front of the media for some time now, but after their latest meeting, and the pair finally shaking hands, it would appear to…

Stansted closes its doors

London Stansted Airport will be closing all departure terminals between 12.00am and 02.00am in an attempt to prevent passengers sleeping in the airport.

England set off for the FIFA World Cup

With less than a week to go before their opening fixture, the England team are all packed and ready to go. They are departing from Birmingham Airport on Tuesday 12th June 2018…

Wifi Scams and Fraudulent Calls

With less than two weeks until the FIFA World Cup 2018 fans are being warned of the possibility of cyber-attacks and fraudulent activity on gadgets while in Russia.

Is it safe for Brits to travel to Turkey?

British holidaymakers looking to head off on their summer breaks to Turkey have been given revised travel advice in light of the upcoming presidential and parliamentary elections.

Volcano of Fire Erupts Killing 25

At least 25 are dead and hundreds more injured after a volcano erupted in Guatemala on Sunday 3rd June 2018. Volcan de Fuego is one of Central America’s most active volcano’s.

Inner-city, Hello Kitty – A new look

It could be the perfect time to travel to Japan, especially for pop culture fans, as a Hello Kitty bullet train is set to launch on 30th June 2018. Teamed up with West Japan Railway…

Departure Delay – Explained

Since the Ryanair chaos in 2017, holidaymakers have had a bad run of events with transport links, from system failures to extreme weather. This has left passengers feeling frustrated…

Don’t let pollution put you off Paris

Pollution in Paris has been causing public health concerns for some time now and the Government is driving plans to ban all petrol and diesel fuelled cars by 2030.

Atlantic storm threatens US

Subtropical storm, Alberto, hit Laguna Beach, Florida on Monday 28th May 2018. Thousands of people were evacuated as the Governments of Florida, Mississippi and Alabama.

Going to Monaco for the Grand Prix…

The Formula One sixth round returns to Monaco this weekend, a race which is an important part of the season. Circuit de Monaco runs through the narrow streets…

British Travellers pay hidden fees on foreign exchange

You’ve booked your flights and your eagerly awaited holiday abroad is right around the corner, which means it’s now time to think about your spending money.

Booking last minute? Don’t forget travel insurance…

A study into how Brits plan their holidays has revealed millions of us book our holiday just hours before heading to the airport. The research showed a staggering 3 million…

Travelling with school age children in term-time

Police in Germany carrying out checks at the airport have been questioned families with school age children flying out on holiday during term-time. The families questioned were allowed…

Delays, Disruption and Disappointment

Govia Thameslink Railway (GTR) has rescheduled all trains within Southern, Thameslink and Great Northern services causing severe travel delays and disruption yesterday, which has continued…

Travelling with a Mental Health Condition

For many, going on holiday is the perfect way to de-stress and escape the 9 to 5. Day to day life can be stressful for everyone but those struggling with their mental health…