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Schoolteacher William Buchman was arrested after officers found over 300 living and dead snakes inside his property

The Big Six: Coastal Cornish rentals

The Limit, Holywell Bay

One of Number Thirty Eight's stylish bedrooms

B&B and beyond: Number Thirty Eight, Clifton, Bristol

A Georgian house perched on top of one of Bristol's highest hills has been given a new lease of life, says Christopher Wakling

Mother sentenced after leaving dead baby in Manchester garden

A woman who placed the body of her newborn baby in her friend's garden has walked free from court.

Harriet Walker: 'It's time to welcome in the spirit of spring'

Nothing beats that moment of transition from winter to spring: waking up to curtain-filtered sunshine and the first time you leave your coat behind. It's breathing in the smell of foliage and flowers rather than air so cold it sears the back of your nose. It's walking because you want to, not just when you have to. And it's eating rowdily and outside, enjoying the bacchanalia that good weather affords instead of slurping like hunched medieval kings in the day-long gloaming, wiping your hands on your dressing-gown.

£24m Hotel La Tour opens for business

More than 2,000 people applied for 100 full and part-time jobs in a new hotel which opens today.

Enough is enough: hoarders often find it impossible to throw
anything away

Hoarding: The art of letting go

Hoarding can take over people's lives and homes, but only now is it being recognised as a distinct psychological disorder. Emily Jupp meets members of the first therapy group for sufferers

Henrietta Knight and a recovered Terry Biddlecombe at Ascot in January

Best mates discover true friends amid adversity

Henrietta Knight has endured a steep decline since the days of her triple Gold Cup winner but returns to the Festival with hope undimmed, she tells Chris McGrath

Rooms might not dazzle with
contemporary style, but they deliver both a restful
ambience and smart
functionality

Stay The Night: Amani, Jersey

Warm weather and an idyllic location make Amani the perfect base for a Channel Islands spring break, says Kate Simon

The Park Hotels in India have launched a stylish property in Goa

Tips and deals of the week: The Park Hotels, Kuoni and European Traveller

The Hotel

The Park Hotels in India have launched a stylish property in Goa. The 30-bedroom retreat is on Candolim Beach and has a spa.

Go to Theparkhotels.com

Glenn Mangham, 26, carried out a calculated attack on Facebook

Facebook hacker is jailed for eight months

Landmark sentence for 'nerd' who downloaded data and was caught by FBI and Met investigation

Gary Neville: Angered Villas-Boas by saying Luiz is 'controlled by a child of 10 on a PlayStation'

Manchester United block Gary Neville hotel plans

Manchester United have defended their decision to oppose a planning application for a hotel and leisure complex at Old Trafford that has been submitted by Gary Neville.

Murder hunt after body is found in Surrey

The discovery of the body of an elderly man in the bedroom of his home has prompted a murder inquiry, police said today.

The Old Chapel now offers home comforts such as a wood-burning stove and high spec kitchen

Stay The Night: The Old Chapel, Stoke Fleming, Devon

A derelict chapel has been transformed into a luxurious holiday let, and now it offers every possible comfort, says Sarah Barrell

Martha Marcy May Marlene (15) / Carnage (15) (4/5, 1/5)

Starring: Elizabeth Olsen, Sarah Paulson, John Hawkes, Hugh Dancy / Jodie Foster, Kate Winslet, Christoph Waltz, John C Reill

Contracts: verbal vs written

It’s an issue encountered by contract lawyers on an almost daily basis (well, this contract lawyer anyway). The all-too-familiar tale almost always starts with a person recounting how they’ve fallen out with their supplier, contractor or business partner, and asking what they can do. That's inevitably followed by "Oh, and we don’t have a written contract.”

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Charlie Austin: Queens Park Rangers striker says ‘If the move is not right, I’m not going’

Charlie Austin: ‘If the move is not right, I’m not going’

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Labour leadership: Andy Burnham urges Jeremy Corbyn voters to think again in last-minute plea

'If we lose touch we’ll end up with two decades of the Tories'

In an exclusive interview, Andy Burnham urges Jeremy Corbyn voters to think again in last-minute plea