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Our weekly field diary gives you an insight into the day-to-day work of Space for Giants scouts,  working in Laikipia, Kenya to save elephants.

Brian Conley quits the I'm A Celebrity jungle for 'medical reasons'

Funnyman Brian Conley has quit I'm A Celebrity ... Get Me Out Of Here after falling ill.

Mourn the passing of the ash tree, but for conservationists, there is a silver lining

The deadly Chalara fungus threatens ash trees, but the dead wood will provide a cornucopia of invertebrates for birds to feed on

Turning over the leaves of fable: woods near Hartley Wintney, Hampshire

Gossip from the Forest: The Tangled Roots of Our Forests and Fairytales, By Sara Maitland

In ancient woods grew tales that we still tell and hear. This fine book leads us back to them

Environment Secretary Owen Paterson said it would not be possible to eradicate a disease which is threatening to devastate the UK's ash trees

Urgent action is needed to up UK's defences against plant diseases like fungus killing ash trees, says Environment Secretary Owen Paterson

Britain needs a radical rethink of its defences against emerging plant diseases brought in from abroad, such as the chalara fungus now threatening ash trees, the Environment Secretary, Owen Patterson, said.

Deadly ash tree 'dieback' disease now found in 115 sites and a further six counties

The spread of the deadly fungus threatening all 80m British ash trees cannot be stopped, a leading Government scientist has said, and Britain’s woods and forests will have to undergo major change as a result.

It's not neglect, it's our love of planting trees that has caused this disaster

Is the ash tree doomed? It looks like it. Ash dieback, spread by Chalara fraxinea, a fungus invisible to the naked eye, is now firmly rooted in Scotland and England.

Can plant passports raise our trees from the ashes?

Britain has already had twice as many tree plagues in this century as it did in the whole of the last

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Tottenham midfielder Jermaine Jenas extends Nottingham Forest loan spell

Tottenham have announced midfielder Jermaine Jenas will remain on loan at Nottingham Forest until the new year.

London Midland rail company warned over poor performance as it cancels hundreds of services

A train company which has been forced to cancel hundreds of services due to a shortage of crew could face action from the Department for Transport (DfT), MPs were told.

Editorial: A dire threat to Britain's ash trees

Once, Britain was a country of elm trees. Then Dutch elm disease arrived, in the late 1960s, and within three decades nearly all of them were wiped out. Now, a similar fate threatens another glory of the British woodland: the ash.

Man remanded on vet murder charge

The family of missing vet Catherine Gowing vowed to "bring her home" today as a man appeared in court charged with her murder.

Victory in the great schools battle

Two schools, one neighbourhood, and a bitter smug-struggle between parents

Interiors: Into the woods

Start feeling autumnal with these forest-inspired finds

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