Move over Padstow - Penzance and its surrounding area are home to some of South-west England's most exciting restaraunts.
Glasgow police are conducting inquiries after the High School of Glasgow and Hill Head High received bomb threats
Police have been sent to schools to ensure there is no threat
The group has a Russia-based email address but claims it operates 'everywhere'
A community feel, smaller student body and more attention from lecturers are just some of the things a university in the city doesn't offer
'I'm amazed about how much I love London'
Fortescue was appointed High Sheriff in March this year and in September exercised his ancient right to drive a flock of sheep across London Bridge, as a fund-raising stunt for National Crimebeat
With the summer crowds dispersed, now is a great - and cheaper - time to enjoy the county's wild beauty, writes Julia Buckley
Tiny pellets of plastic so small that more than 500 fit in a single egg cup are washing up on beaches in Britain - and posing a significant threat to marine wildlife.
The 19-century miners who brought the comforts of home to the Americas
Fans have halted production on the series in Charlestown and Bodmin Moor in Cornwall
Councillor Harry Blakeley believes the airport could even be used for go-kart racing and kite boarding
Recent results have seen the League Two club slide down the table
Police appealed for information from anyone who may have spotted the animal with a bolt in its head
First came the battle over what should be spread on your scone before the other: clotted cream or jam. Now the afternoon tea staple is involved in a fight that threatens to turn sour.
Calling sailing elitist is a misconception Of course all sports at the highest level are expensive to compete; it costs a fortune to win the Tour de France. But in terms of grass-roots level, it's relatively inexpensive; you don't need your own dinghy, and at my local club in Lymington, local school pupils can sail for a fiver – that's comparable to any other sport.