Rosdeep Kular appeared in an Edinburgh court for the second time today
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Thursday 05 May 2011
Sunday 03 April 2011
Victoria started keeping bees three years ago, and the experience has not always been a happy one. When my wife and I opened up our two hives at around this time last year, we found the corpses of 10,000 bees glued to the frames inside. A combination of the very cold winter and varroa – the little mite that has been causing beehives to collapse around the world – had done for them, poor things. So Victoria decided to solicit the help of the local beekeeping group, and Roy became our adviser.
Friday 01 April 2011
Murdered Sian O'Callaghan is likely to have died from head injuries, a coroner heard today as an inquest into her death was opened and adjourned.
Sunday 27 March 2011
Sunday 20 March 2011
Nothing says "I love you" like flowers. But nothing says "romantic" like candles. In the finest restaurants and hotels, at the smartest weddings – wherever, in fact, you wish to create an atmosphere conducive to gazing into the eyes of someone special – stick a few tea-lights in holders and voilà, the flicker of the flame a shorthand for instant intimacy.
Thursday 27 January 2011
Paul Rudd would like to create his own superhero.
Sunday 23 January 2011
Diptyque candles smell divine. So do Jo Malone's. These are the staples of the home scent arena. But, at £38 a pop, they are perhaps not the most realistic daily option. So what else can you do?
Thursday 13 January 2011
You might not have time for candles and soft music, but with the right scented beauty product, your bathroom can become a serene spa...
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Sunday 02 January 2011
Raymond Whitaker on micro-hydro power which is transforming remote communities
Wednesday 15 December 2010
Monday 06 December 2010
The world's longest-serving monarch, King Bhumibol Adulyadej, yesterday marked his 83rd birthday with a call for unity in Thailand, a frequent plea during his long reign which has been punctuated by frequent outbursts of political crisis.
Sunday 05 December 2010
Friday 26 November 2010
Cambodia's prime minister cried as he lit candles and incense to mourn the hundreds of perople trampled to death in a riverside stampede on Monday.
Thursday 25 November 2010
A swaying bridge loaded with thousands of people sparked mass panic and set off a raging stampede that killed more than 350 people in Cambodia's capital, according to a government investigation. Crowds celebrating a water festival had flocked to an island for a free concert on Monday and spilled on to a bridge to the mainland before the panic took hold.
Wednesday 24 November 2010
An investigation into a stampede that killed hundreds of revellers at a festival in the Cambodian capital has concluded it was set off when a crowded bridge started swaying, local media reported today.
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