Cities

London Bridge attacker said ‘music channels would turn baby gay’

Rachid Redouane, one of the London Bridge attackers, was worried that music channels would turn his baby girl gay, an inquest heard on Wednesday (June 5). Redouane—one of three men behind the attack i...[Read More]

This new website will help you find your nearest zero-waste shop (and save the planet)

Worldwide icon-chevron-right Europe icon-chevron-right United Kingdom icon-chevron-right England icon-chevron-right London icon-chevron-right This new website will help you find your nearest zero-wast...[Read More]

See music and art combine to take over Glasgow for Sonica

An installation showing sounds visualised as a beautiful LED display is just one of the highlights of the Sonica Festival coming to Glasgow October 29-November 8. Taking over venues across the city, t...[Read More]

You can now check how packed Sydney trains are before boarding

Just like how we use digital signals in car parks to see how full each level is, people waiting for a train in Sydney can now check how many seats are available before it even pulls up to the platform...[Read More]

Sydney has a boutique hotel for doggo sleepovers

If you’re fanging for a luxe Sydney staycation but can’t stand to be separated from your loyal woofer, there’s now a very adorable remedy for your predicament. Ovolo Hotels have just introduced specia...[Read More]

Get inspired at Vegfest Scotland

Despite an abundance of meat in Scotland's larder, Glasgow has earned the title of vegan capital of the UK, and will host vegan festival Vegfest at the SECC on December 5-6. The festival is part of ‘T...[Read More]

Four of Glasgow’s best festive cocktails

The festive season is well and truly upon us, and amidst the Christmas nights out and long-awaited catch ups with friends and family, there are some serious cocktails to be devoured. But we’re not jus...[Read More]