2015 has thrown up some new entries in the 'hardest PR gig' top of the pops
'It's incredibly difficult to talk about but I wanted to get stuff out of my mind,' 19-year-old says
Politics, protests and that pig incident have made 2015 an unforgettable year
Five people were seriously injured when two carriages collided in the rollercoaster crash in June
Witnesses describe scene with 'blood everywhere'
The Sheriff of Nottingham once (allegedly) outlawed Robin Hood for the forcible redistribution of wealth; now Nottinghamshire County Council intends to spend £13m using his name to enrich the local area. The Council has announced plans to build an amusement park in Sherwood Forest, Discover Robin Hood, which it hopes will attract major investment.
Hold on tight!
There's Anglo-Saxon gold in them there fields
It's only a font but critics want to write it out of existence
Artful clutter, a super-size bed and a deep free-standing bath – elements which, one might think, could give a good hotel a "homely" air. Not according to Patrick Goff, who ran an award-winning hotel design practice for 25 years before setting up Hoteldesigns.net, an online industry resource: "When a designer talks about a hotel being 'homely'," he says, "he's lying. He's talking about a kind of theatrical, Disneyland 'homely' – not what you actually get at home."
Is anything off-limits for comedy? Chris Morris, of 'Brass Eye' fame, pushes the boundaries again with a story about a inept terror plot on London
360-degree images of some of Britain’s most popular theme parks have now been made available on Google’s Street View maps.
Call it a career move, but Sienna Miller is no longer the starlet with the dubious morals, dirty mouth and distinct reluctance to play the fame game fairly.
Twenty years after learning his ski-jumping trade from a borrowed bed at Finland's 'Broadmoor', his story is nearing the silver screen
Ever paid a premium to jump a check-in queue, or speak to a personal banker? You may think you're beating the system – but are you really? Tim Walker investigates
"I'm a 50-year-old man!" snarls Mark E Smith on this latest Fall album, adding chippily, "What you gonna do about it?" It's not so much a question as a challenge, and a rhetorical one, at that.