We may have survived the arduous slog that was January, but don't breathe a sigh of relief yet – Valentine's Day is looming.
Our Environment Editor on the enduring beauty of Snowdrops
After years of bright design and statement pieces the inside of our homes are about to get a lot more subdued
Manager admits his side 'are not too big to go down' following insipid cup defeat to Brighton
The DryWrite company likes to set its authors intriguing challenges. For example, to test the degree to which it is possible to simulate the authentic voice, it once gave a group of dramatists the choice of submitting either a genuine or a comprehensively faked piece of verbatim theatre, with the audience left to guess which were the trustworthy ones.
Mrs Patmore will be so pleased that her pots pans and crockery will be raising standards in households across the world
Where are you now and what can you see?
1. Antique paper insect print
Whether you prefer florals or spice, light one of these and cast the perfect glow
Detectives investigating the disappearance of schoolgirl Tia Sharp have charged her grandmother's partner with murder.
Police and worried community members are continuing to search for missing schoolgirl Tia Sharp five days after she vanished without a trace.
The grandmother of missing schoolgirl Tia Sharp is pinning all her hopes on CCTV stills helping to find her.
Andrea Zittel's bizarre exhibition is not as surreal as her life, finds Hannah Duguid
Michael Grandage’s departure from the Donmar is marked by Shakespeare’s tale of an ambitious new arrival on the throne
What I Learnt This Week
Bright lights, fireworks and chaotic-celebrations – it can only be Diwali. Millions of Hindus, Jains and Sikhs in India and across the world have been marking the annual five-day festival of light this week with traditional prayers, fireworks and a huge amount of feasting.