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HOW ARE the big holiday companies planning to cash in on the two big events in the next six months, the eclipse in August and the Millennium celebrations at the end of the year?

Disney face puppet man sex law suit

A BRITISH mother plans to sue Disney World after an employee of a puppet company working at the multinational com- pany's theme park in Florida sexually assaulted her seven-year-old daughter.

All aboard for the $1bn ride

Does Orlando need yet another theme park? Universal Studios thinks so, and Fred Mawers went to try it out

Daughter shot by mother vows to die

A 42-YEAR-OLD Florida woman has won her battle to be allowed to die after a bullet fired by her own mother snapped her spine and left her paralysed from the neck down.

The 50 Best Parks; UP, DOWN, AND ALL AROUND THE WORLD

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Olympic Games: Britain counts on magic of Disney

Olympic Games: Fantastic Four show benefits of high-tech facilities as golden hopes of the future flourish in Florida

Man arrested over Melissa e-mail virus

STATE OFFICIALS in New Jersey announced yesterday that they had arrested the man they believe launched Melissa, the computer virus that played havoc with hundreds of thousands of company electronic-mail systems at the beginning of the week.

Golf: Why organisers can't see Woods on the tees

WHEN A change of date for the BellSouth Classic was announced shortly after Tiger Woods won the event last year, the then world No 1 was quick to send his regrets to the organisers: he would not be back to defend the title. It is rare on the US Tour for the immediate past champion not to return the following year, unless there are unavoidable circumstances.

Golf: British hopes fade in Florida

LEE WESTWOOD and Colin Montgomerie both slipped out of contention on Saturday's third day of the Bay Hill Invitational in Orlando, Florida.

Golf: Jordan rejects new links

THE LAST time Michael Jordan gave up basketball, he unsuccessfully tried a second career in baseball. This time round, although he is playing plenty of golf, he is not tempted to take it up full-time.

`Bawdy' police are cleared in air rage case

TWO POLICE officers and their friend were acquitted yesterday of being drunk on an aircraft after they denied gyrating to the film The Full Monty and misbehaving on a flight from Florida to Manchester. But the judge said they had clearly been bawdy and disruptive.

Golf: Duval sets record with 59 in last round

DAVID DUVAL hit a round of 59 on the Arnold Palmer course at the PGA West that matched the best score in PGA history.

On the good ship 'Disney Magic'

David Usborne admits that it wasn't only his children who enjoyed a cruise in cartoon world
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'Iron Man' augmented reality technology could become reality

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Historians map out untold LGBT histories

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Isis in Kobani: Why we ignore the worst of the massacres

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