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Aberdeen has just been named Scotland’s most dismal place, but are things really that bad? Nick Bruno investigates.

Protests, precious rainforest and one of the world’s poorest countries, Darren Loucaides asks if the Nicaragua Canal will turn out to be a poisoned chalice.

David Hillier heads to Robert Burns' cottage in Alloway, South Ayrshire to take part in one of the UK's weirdest sports – haggis hurling.

A little-known surf paradise in the Philippines is about to get a big wave of tourism. Emilee Tombs asks if Siargao can preserve the very thing that attracted people to it in the first place.

What outfit choice led to the arrest of one Chinese man? And how much do Brits hate travelling with their in-laws? We round up the best travel news from the last 7 days.

From planting trees in Peru to cycling through Cambodia, we round up 12 of the best ethical trips to take in 2015.

Volunteer holidays might seem virtuous, but they can create more problems than they solve. Jack Palfrey investigates.

From rampaging elephants in Thailand to naked motorbike riding in Cambodia. We round up the strangest travel news from the last 7 days.

As Denmark becomes the latest country to formally claim ownership of the North Pole, Daniel Fahey recounts the bizarre tale of Arctic exploration so far.

An otherworldly land of volcanoes, salt flats, blue lagoons, deserts and canyons – Coralie Modschiedler reports from north Argentina’s undiscovered Salta province.

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