Reverand Richard Lee

Voyeur Reverend Richard Lee walks free from court over indecent pictures of girls and woman

A Church of England vicar has walked free from court after admitting using secret cameras to spy on and film intimate pictures of three girls and a woman.

Aviva Premiership round-up: Jamie Elliott pulls the plug on Bath hopes

Jamie Elliott scored two tries as Northampton resisted a brave Bath fightback to complete a 25-23 win in a thrilling Aviva Premiership encounter at Franklin's Gardens yesterday.

Danny Cipriani keeps the ball moving for Sale in their win over London Welsh
By hook or by crook: Lee Mears always knew that however big his opposite number was, he had worked harder in the build-up to their encounter

David Flatman: So long, little man. Shame the Pope stole your thunder

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Lee Mears

Former England hooker Lee Mears forced to retire over heart condition

Issue arose during screening of Bath players

The Experts: The best beauty products for Valentine's Day

We may have survived the arduous slog that was January, but don't breathe a sigh of relief yet – Valentine's Day is looming.

Calum Clark misses the Six Nations after requiring shoulder surgery

Redemption hopes ruined as Calum Clark is ruled out of Six Nations

Shoulder surgery ends chances of Saints forward while Bath focus on George Ford

Novak Djokovic celebrates his win over Tomas Berdych

James Lawton: Ice baths and icy aggression point way to Australian Open triumph for Novak Djokovic

Novak Djokovic provided an engaging picture of himself after feeding the powerful and talented Tomas Berdych into the tennis equivalent of a shredding machine.

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The Big Six: Boutique beds in Bangkok

Seven, Watthana

This design-led address offers six rooms, in six different colours, with a reception area that promises to take guests to seventh heaven. All rooms have outdoor spaces, iPod docks and Bath&Bloom toiletries, but the centrepiece in each is a vibrant mural, dotted with deities, dragons and lotus flowers. A sun deck on the roof, lined with well-tended plants and daybeds, offers a serene reprieve after a day browsing the busy shopping street of Sukhumvit outside.

Seven, 3/15 Sawasdee 1, Sukhumvit 31, Watthana (00 66 2 662 0951; sleepat seven.com). Doubles from 2,790 baht (£57), including breakfast.

Harriet Walter

Harriet Walter's brief encounter in Bath

The actress Harriet Walter, who is currently starring in the Donmar's all-female Julius Caesar, will narrate the role of Scout in the courtroom scene of Harper Lee's To Kill a Mockingbird at the Bath Literature Festival on the 8 and 9 March.

Bathampton transmitter fire affects broadcasts for thousands of homes

A fire at a transmitter site has affected television and radio broadcasts to thousands of homes.

Absenteeism is not to be sneezed at

If your workplace was anything like ours this week, the only things being discussed (or wheezed) around the water cooler were the relative merits of paracetamol versus ibuprofen in the (frankly uphill) battle against the phalanx of ailments which have left the i newsroom resembling an episode of M*A*S*H after the Red Cross choppers have delivered their moaning cargos. All that's missing is a jaded voice on the Tannoy announcing the name of the latest journalist to drop where he or she stood. Just watch where you're stepping, that's all.

Swimming: Michael Jamieson wins 200m silver

Michael Jamieson was forced to settle for another silver medal behind Hungary's Daniel Gyurta as the pair repeated the one-two of the London Olympics in the final of the 200m breaststroke at the world short-course championships in Istanbul last night.

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