Mysterious caves in remote Thailand reveal their secrets to Lucy Winstanley Norris
New photo reveals injuries sustained by the three Americans
Time spent away from electronic gadgets can stimulate creative abilities study finds
How far would you go to prove that you had not become stuffy and predictable? That's one of the questions posed by Straight, D C Moore's entertaining rewrite of the 2009 US Indie movie, Humpday.
A well-planned and productive gap year can launch your career in the right direction. By Russ Thorne
The beauty of teen fiction for this Easter holiday is its effortlessness in smuggling in learning
Ivan Milat was jailed for seven murders. New evidence suggests he did not act alone
Starring: James Franco, Kate Mara, Amber Tamblyn, Treat Williams
Thai capital's hotels, shops, cafés and conference centres all report a drastic drop in custom
Waimea Bay's waves are legendary but yesterday brought the biggest swell in years and a dramatic surfing contest. Andy Martin reports from Hawaii
The Brooklyn experimental indie band Grizzly Bear, cut from lo-fi cloth and now lauded by rock royalty, talk to Nick Hasted about their burgeoning success, jazz – and tinned soup
Teenage Briton emerges to face his father after 12 days lost in Aussie bush
Surfing started with big waves and wooden boards. Then it moved on to ski slopes and sand dunes. But those are nothing compared to the latest thrill – riding active volcanoes. Simon Usborne reports
Sunderland defender George McCartney has claimed that his team-mates were not happy working for Roy Keane after their former manager spoke for the first time about why he left the club.
In 2006, Graham Calvert bet £347,000 on the American team to win that year's Ryder Cup golf tournament – he lost. And that was just a portion of his losses. So Calvert took the extraordinary step of suing William Hill for £2m for failing in its duty of care to him. Weird as it may sound, he had a point: despite the fact that he had previously asked that the bookmaker bar him from gambling again and close his first account, William Hill was quite amenable to him opening a second one. However, the bookmaker won the court case after arguing that Calvert's addiction would have led to his financial ruin anyway, which only goes to show that the old adage is true: whatever the bet, the house always wins.