River Cottage rendezvous: The River Cottage Canteen, Devon

It's a whole 10 years since Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall moved into Park Farm in Dorset, to live a turn-of-the-century Good Life, growing his own vegetables, rearing his own meat and rendering his own curds and whey, or whatever it is one does with dairy products. From this modest beginning, a great empire rapidly grew. Park Farm was re-christened River Cottage, and the profusely surnamed Hugh became lodged in the public's imagination as a straggle-haired charmer who was always filmed with a hen or a lamb under his arm – though he was quite capable of dismembering either and eating them for lunch. He came across as a commonsensical realist, not a back-to-nature dreamer. Both he and his Cottage became bywords for self-sustaining, organic foodie purity.

Diver, 14, feared dead off Devon coast

The search for a 14-year-old boy who went missing at sea during a scuba diving trip with his father was called off yesterday, suggesting that rescuers believe there is little chance of his being found alive.

Scarlett Keeling's mother in hiding after warnings

The mother of the murdered British teenager Scarlett Keeling said last night that she had gone into hiding amid fears for her safety. Fiona MacKeown, 43, said she had moved to "an undisclosed location" on the advice of her lawyer and after warnings from local people.

Darts: Barneveld says power of Zen can foil Taylor

There was a time when the world's best darts players might limber up before a match with a couple of pints of lager and a quick warm-up on one of the practice boards. Raymond van Barneveld, however, will prepare for the biggest contest of his career here in Purfleet tonight with lengthy practice sessions broken only by periods of meditation.