News Over a thousand protesters drove gathered to show their dissatisfaction with Manila administrator's decisions

Local government legislation is seeking to curtail many of the rights enjoyed by motorcyclists

Ricci Giff, a police officer from the diplomatic protection group, arrives for sentencing at Southwark Crown Court in London

Armed protection officer who bunked off work to meet lover sentenced to nine months in prison

He photographed her naked and wearing his gun, court told

Matt Smith and Jenna-Louise Coleman speed down the Shard on a motorbike in the first episode of the new series of Doctor Who.

Doctor Who's 3D 50th anniversary special will be 'like the Bourne Identity with motorcycles'

Actor Matt Smith has said Doctor Who fans can look forward to it being the "biggest, best, most inventive and most exciting year for the show" as it celebrates its 50th anniversary.

RealRider app: When all else fails for motorcyclists, this smartphone app could be your last hope

On Two Wheels: After an accident, your phone could be a lifesaver, even when you're too injured to use it

Taxi tales: globetrotting by cab would make an entertaining, if expensive, alternative

Henrietta Thompson: Let's have a little more life in our journeys

Life is a journey, they say, not a destination. And that is never truer than when travelling for business, when the journeying part is likely to take up about 75 per cent of your time away. In that case, life is an airport lounge, a queue, another queue, a £3 paper vase of caffeinated water, another queue, a "sorry madam, you can't bring that cup on here", some shopping, some reading, some plastic-wrapped plastic sandwiches, another queue, and if you're very lucky or well organised, a window seat.

Part of Google's panorama of the Colorado River

Ever wanted to see the Grand Canyon? No need for a flight, thanks to Google

Tech giant Google has launched a new service offering panoramic views of the most beautiful spots in the Grand Canyon.

Salaka Djikke: 'I couldn't understand what they were shouting and why they were whipping me'

Locked up and whipped by Malian Islamists - for riding on back of her boyfriend's motorbike

The Malian rebels' reign over Timbuktu was short but terrifying. Daniel Howden talks to victims of their fundamentalism

EU driving licence comes into force

An EU driving licence comes into force tomorrow - a credit card-style replacement for the more than 100 different paper and plastic licences currently in use by more than 300 million motorists across the 27 European member states.

Henry on holiday in Ireland in 2002

Henry Cockburn: If I say I'm schizophrenic people reply, 'So you've got a split personality'

I am quite open about my illness and people generally are more interested than afraid of it. I remember that before I was diagnosed as a schizophrenic in my teens I did not know much about it.

Godwin in June this year

Tommy Godwin: Cyclist who won two Olympic medals

Tommy Godwin, who died in Solihull on 3 November, two days before his 92nd birthday, was a cyclist who won two Olympic medals for Britain. He went on to be heavily involved in the sport throughout his life.

Axe-wielding bikers raid jeweller's shop inside Brent Cross shopping centre

Robbers on motorcycles raided a shopping centre jeweller's shop armed with axes today.

US Embassy security chief shot dead in Yemen in killing that 'bears hallmarks of al-Qa'ida attack'

A masked gunman assassinated a Yemeni security official who worked for the US Embassy in a drive-by shooting near his home in the capital Sanaa today, officials said.

Pakistani intelligence officials says US drone killed two men near the Afghan border

Pakistani intelligence officials say a suspected US missile strike has killed two men in the country's northwest near the Afghan border.

Traffic levels drop by 1% during spring

Traffic levels on the roads fell this spring, with the wet weather and high petrol prices possible factors.

Laurie Penny: It's not rhetoric to draw parallels with Nazism

Actual fascists in actual black shirts are waving swastikas and murdering ethnic minorities in Athens

MotoGP: Pedrosa wins Czech race

Dani Pedrosa edged points-leader Jorge Lorenzo in the Czech MotoGP yesterday to reduce the gap in the standings.

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