The property lies in bucolic surroundings down unpaved tracks just 15 minutes from the town centre
'There's nowhere I would rather be than London'
Springtime, just before the new century began. As Laos is now the new Cambodia, Vietnam was then the new Thailand, and my girlfriend and I had arrived – with our backpacks – to see what all the fuss was about. The capital Hanoi had dazzled, and we were due to take the train 420 miles down the coast to Hué. We were late, though. We were always late.
Police fired AK-47 rifles after protesters blocked a road and began burning tires and throwing objects
Ruling says Thailand 'under an obligation to withdraw from territory'
'Larger-than-life' Malaysian company boss known as Fat Leonard is alleged to have worked with the commander of the Navy to move vessels around 'like chess pieces'
Communities from Brazil to Cambodia are losing homes to make room for sugar crops, it is claimed
By the time London Fashion Week comes to a close, 58 high-end designers will have shown their collections. Rail-thin models will have walked the runways. Debate will have raged over size zero.
Cambodian ex-finance minister expected to spearhead election fight against prime minister
Artists do not normally associate themselves with guns, but Carl McCrow has a more personal reason for enshrining the AK47 as artwork.
Alexander Lebedev was found guilty of battery and sentenced to 150 hours of community service by a Moscow court this afternoon, but avoided a potential jail sentence of up to five years.
The court trying Alexander Lebedev on charges of “hooliganism motivated by political hatred” heard testimony from martial arts experts today, in another surreal twist in a case that has often bordered on farce. Mr Lebedev, Russian businessman and financial backer of The Independent, is on trial for punching fellow tycoon Sergei Polonsky on a 2011 television programme and could be jailed for up to five years in jail if convicted.
Lawyers for the key witness in the case against Alexander Lebedev, the Russian businessman and financial backer of The Independent, have said he is unable to return to Russia to testify.
Taiwanese-owned factory was making sports shoes Asics
Gregg Fryett sold a green miracle to his investors – and now they could lose up to £32m
Medic leaves note saying he can't look people in face after contestant's death