Contributors / Louis Harnett O’Meara

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Cloud and proud

Goodyear has been reinstating its ties with ZLT Zeppelin. Will it give our airborne correspondent a lift?

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Collective thought

The neurosurgical oncology team at the University Hospital of Bern have their patients’ brains on their minds. Here’s how they operate.

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The opener

From game-changers to green capitals and suspect statues, we round up some eye-catching news from across the globe.

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Soichi Terada

The first thing that many of us will want to do this summer is put on our dancing shoes and boogie the night away. And Soichi Terada is intent on providing the soundtrack.

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The opener

Rev your engines and wind down the windows as we begin our whistle-stop tour of global transport with dispatches from the first cycle to the last mile. Plus: football and dogs.

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Boom towns

The world is in flux, with old capitals in decline and new hotspots on the up. So we asked leading figures from the creative and financial industries where they would choose to base a new venture today. Here are the 10…

Global

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The opener

Our pack of far-flung correspondents weigh in with a sampling of weird and wonderful things happening across the world, from a 100-year-old Canadian landscape designer’s achievements to some mind-beagling treats for your…

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Only human

The humanoid forms of sculptor Antony Gormley dot landscapes across the world. We meet the team that helps put them together.

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The opener

As the world makes efforts to kick into gear, bright ideas are sparking up across the globe, from the fashion house bringing haute couture to your door, to small towns tempting newcomers by offering free board – at a price…

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The opener

An intercontinental array of bulletins bringing you up to speed on Israel’s pop charts, the changing face of suburbia and underwear to massage your bottom.

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Order of merit?

At their best, city laws can encourage smart behaviour and enshrine the freedoms that make great places to live. At their worst they can pander, prevaricate and even generate a stifled laugh. Some of these lesser-known…

Global

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The opener

Sustainable design solutions, scintillating marketing campaigns and cool cigarettes – the latest from around the globe.

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The opener

It might seem as though the world has slowed down but new ideas and changes to make the world a better place are being pursued every day, from a Peru-based app designed to combat dangerous driving to a roadside journa…

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Remote working

In the planet’s most isolated and sparsely populated settlements, a trusted community newspaper can serve as a common bond. Behind these bulletins are dedicated journalists with a passion for publishing and a pride in their…

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3. Think different

Nobel Memorial prize-winner Daniel Kahneman understands our behaviour better than most. So has our response to coronavirus been at all rational?

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Man up

A trio of charismatic cousins is responsible for steering the success of Bilbao-based menswear brand Man 1924.

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Business and pleasure

They shouldn’t be mixed, right? Wrong. But what can we do to make offices more appealing without making them full of bean bags and silly slides? These HQs have the balance right.

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Sit back and relax

For most people commuting is boring, expensive and uncomfortable. But does it need to be that way? We just want the basics done right: solid infrastructure, a low-carbon footprint and an experience that doesn’t leave us…

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