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Walking up an appetite
Hiking the hills of Abruzzo is a stroll through a fine menu, writes Andrew Bain.
Shanghai, with more tang
Modern art, microbreweries and dancing at dawn, there's a side to Shanghai that might surprise you, writes Guy Wilkinson.
Everyone asks: will we still have to switch off for take-off?...
Will we follow the US and be allowed to leave our electronic devices on at all times?
New York but less wired
The rebirth of Rio de Janeiro-Telegraph
As the World Cup and Olympics edge closer, Rio is unveiling new districts, smart hotels and restaurants as fast as sports venues
Burma: an essential guide - Telegraph
Winter in Lapland: deer, dogs and dashing through the snow...
Ace hotel, Shoreditch, London: review - Telegraph
South Africa: sites that defined Nelson Mandela
Just Back: a New York movie tour - Telegraph
Cosy hotel fireplaces: The Fab Five - Telegraph
Stress-free summer dinners
Fresh salads in a flash, speedy sandwiches and tarts, light pasta dishes and simple barbecue marinades - we've got your summer cooking covered.
Airbus spruiks second-hand A340s as jumbo jet replacements...
Airbus and its engine makers have acted to try to shore up the value of second-hand A340 aircraft as replacements for ageing Boeing 747 jumbo jets.
Sea World opens new rollercoaster and flume ride: the $20m...
With a top speed of 70km/h and pulling 3Gs of force at its fiercest, Sea World claims its new blockbuster ride will be the hit of the summer.
Cooking with quinoa
All you need to know about this high protein seed; why all the fuss, cooking tips and recipes from chefs.
Logging area doubles under new plan
More than 2000 square kilometres of old jarrah and karri forest can be logged in WA's South West under a new 10-year Forest Management Plan for Western Australia - double the area previously allowed.