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More than macarons – Ladurée’s past, present and future

One of the founding French tearooms in revolutionary France, and now famed for its iconic macaron and other legendary delights. Greg Sunning talks to the man behind Ladurée, chairman David Holder.

Five fitness trends for the new year

There is a clear distinction between a fitness trend and a fad. Developing gradually and changing the way people behave over a period of time defines lasting trends in the world of fitness. Here are some of the top winners keeping people healthy in 2016.

On track to the future

Beneath the bustling streets of Doha, a remarkable feat of engineering is taking place.

family travel
Teen-friendly family activity holidays
 

Finding a family holiday which suits teenagers can be a real challenge. At a time when your children are becoming more independent and have their own ideas about what makes a great holiday, you can find yourself...

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Durban  

Summer in sub-tropical Durban is glorious. By mid-January most of the tourist rush is over, and you will only be sharing the city’s world-class beaches and restaurants with locals.

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The Mailbox
Birmingham
 

Britain’s second city used to be known for its canals, heavy industry, and Indian restaurants, but the refurbishment of luxury mall The Mailbox represents its more glamorous side.

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Five minutes with
Abdulaziz Al-Kuwari
 

Qatari rally driver Abdulaziz Al-Kuwari recently wrapped up an intensive year of competition, taking part in both the World Rally Championship and Middle East Rally Championship calendars. With his father and...

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Where the menu shifts as the chefs rotate  

You may have heard of pop-up restaurants where the venue is temporary. But have you heard of venues that stay put while it’s the chefs that come and go? This unique modern trend for the ‘guest...

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fine food
Peter Gilmore
 

Peter Gilmore describes his cuisine as “food inspired by nature” and is renowned for beautifully structured food with innate simplicity.

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Fast Four  

For the 20 years it’s been in production, Subaru’s WRX has made itself an icon. And in STI-guise, it has further cemented its legendary status – there isn’t another vehicle that has offered...

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What’s in my travel bag
Mohamed Abu Issa
 

Riding 900km on a quad bike across varied terrain may not sound like the most comfortable way to spend a day, but Mohamed Abu Issa makes a living from it. One of the most famous races he enters, the Dakar Rally,...

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