• Team Impact’s Favourite Cities

    Rebecca Cox, Rebecca Herman, Charlotte Smith and Robyn Walford In honour of World Cities Day today, Impact Travel’s editor and contributors share their favourite cities from across the world. Get a notebook ready to expand your bucket list! Dubrovnik, Croatia I was in Dubrovnik only for one day and...
  • Holidays That Might Have Been: Oceania Road Trip

    Right now, I should be meeting my partner at Christchurch Airport to celebrate the end of my year abroad and 6 months apart to begin a ‘mega trip’ across New Zealand, the east coast of Australia and Fiji. Instead, the height of my lockdown has been sitting in a...
  • Israel Folau and His Homophobic Bigotry Have No Place in Rugby

    The rugby world has erupted in recent days over the controversy regarding former Australia and Waratahs winger, Israel Folau. In a tirade of what can only be described as hateful and antagonistic posts on Twitter and Instagram, the rugby star announced to “homosexuals” that “hell awaits you” unless they...
  • Geotagging: The New Insta Craze?

    You cannot deny that the world is filled with absolutely stunning places. Even if we cannot afford to visit these far-flung destinations in person, each and every one of us are blessed to be able to see it online instead, and to remain informed about our beautiful planet. It...
  • Who’s in the best shape for the Rugby World Cup 2019?

    Rugby Union’s autumn internationals have come to a close, and the results have set up an interesting World Cup in less than a year’s time. The Southern Hemisphere giants have dominated the tournament since its inception in 1987 (only the England side of 2003 could break their monopoly), but...
  • Failure to maximise opportunities costs England against the All Blacks

    If it wasn’t for the TMO ruling that Courtney Lawes was offside in charging down TJ Perenara’s box kick, then England may still have pulled off an impressive victory over the best side in world rugby. If they had also not knocked the ball on in New Zealand territory...
  • Sam Warburton Retires: Reflections on a Great Career

    On Wednesday morning, news broke that stunned the rugby world. The former Wales and Lions captain, Sam Warburton, announced his retirement at the age of just 29, citing the neck and shoulder injuries that had kept him out of action since the final test of the Lions tour to...