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Mission control

Audi has launched the second generation of its flagship sports car, and while it’s the fastest production car it has ever made, it hasn’t lost the magic of the original.

Northern lights

You don’t have to go quite as far as the frozen Arctic to experience the aurora borealis unfolding its eerie, dancing green lights in the night sky. You can see one of nature’s greatest spectacles on a holiday in Scotland – and take in Europe’s best stargazing there too.

family travel - Worldly dress sense

Independent children’s fashion labels are taking on some of the world’s biggest clothing brands, leading the way on design and ethical production, and bringing a real sense of fun to the market. These smaller firms set up by enterprising individuals are springing up across the globe, celebrating the best of the countries they’re established in and generating new business for their communities. Nichola West rounds up five of her favourite small clothing labels for children from around the world.

Royal Mansour Marrakech  

Set within the walls of the old city, Royal Mansour Marrakech sits on a 3.5-hectare estate comprising a hotel and 53 riads nestled amongst winding passageways and leafy courtyards.

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24 Hours in Krabi  

Surrounded by towering outcrops of karst limestone, Krabi is a major jumping-off point to some of Thailand’s most beautiful islands, such as Ko Phi Phi and Ko Lanta. Most visitors breeze straight through...

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Inland Croatia – Zagreb and beyond  

With Qatar Airways increasing its flights to Zagreb, regular Croatia visitor and former Zagreb resident Rudolf Abraham takes us on a journey through the cultural and scenic highlights of inland Croatia.

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New Zealand: It’s out there!  

On February 5, Qatar Airways begins flying the longest non-stop route ever, a whopping 14,539km, 16-hour transit from Doha to Auckland. You think that’s extreme? Just wait until you see what New Zealand has...

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Men’s health issues  

Men are more prone to illnesses such as heart disease, stroke, and cancer, yet they’re less likely to see the doctor. You’d take your Ferrari for a tune-up, wouldn’t you? So, let’s give your...

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On foot in Cyprus  

Cyprus has recently been making a name for itself as one of the eastern Mediterranean’s top walking destinations. Avid hiker and Cyprus admirer Brian Johnston takes to the hills.

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Klaus K Hote

Located in Helsinki’s vibrant city centre, Klaus K is a modern design hotel with a rich history.

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Spectacular Fountains  

People everywhere are entranced by water, nowhere better harnessed than in public fountains, which might be urban monuments, a source of entertainment, or simply a delight to the eye.

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