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Insurance fraudster ordered to pay back thousands of pounds
A former City insurance employee who made six sham insurance claims to fund jaunts around the world has been handed a suspended jail term and ordered to repay tens of thousands of pounds to his victims at the Old Bailey.
Jay Martin Solder, 28, had previously admitted making four fake travel insuran... Read more
Five cool things to pack this summer
Beyond flip flops and factor 30, take a look at our top five must-have items for your summer holiday this year. If you only pack one thing in your suitcase this summer, make sure it's one of these. And underwear. Please don't forget your underwear.
1) Fisheye smartphone lens
Treat yourself to a ge... Read more
The world's most terrifying airport landings
OK, OK - we'll admit that the title of this article is a little misleading.
Air travel is safe - thrilling, high-powered and often awe-inspiring - but safe. However, that doesn't mean that us mere mortals can't marvel at some of the 'terrifying' aspects of air travel, which most pilots probably fin... Read more
South Africa: New rules in place for travelling with children
If you're travelling to South Africa with children under 18 this year, some laws have changed which you should be aware of.
From June 1, the Immigration department in South Africa is changing the requirements for all children travelling to, from or transferring through South Africa. Here are the ne... Read more