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Police said to be ‘delighted’ by footage from camera which streams 24-hours-a-day to the TV presenter's website
From a Dewey Decimal hotel and a replica of Windsor Castle's library in India to Dylan Thomas's former drinking den
'Art, if it really and truly succeeds, is going to change other people's lives'
Music looms large for Jonathan Lethem. In the past, citing Walter Pater's dictum that "all art constantly aspires towards the condition of music", he has said that he tries to make his prose "as musical as I can".
The plant is one of the world’s smallest species of water lily with a flower no bigger than a pound coin
This property could be the ideal family home; situated in a leafy suburb in south-west London, it comes complete with four double bedrooms, four reception rooms, and a reasonably sized back garden. The only problem is that the previous owners are buried under the flower bed.
Nadhim Zahawi says 'massive, irreversible damage' is being caused
Our gardening correspondent's opening resolution is to tidy up. After that, she can get down to her World Cup window boxes and learning how to cloud-prune...
Northampton stall visitors’ title challenge as Myler states his case for place in England squad
Gardeners have a habit of going on about their planting disasters, instead of celebrating their successes, says our green-fingered correspondent...
If you’ve left your present purchasing to the eleventh hour, don’t fret, there’s often nothing better than a beautifully potted-up set of herbs, or a homemade bouquet garni
A painting of the former PM for the National Portrait Gallery tells us much about him
Saturday's 1-0 defeat at Cardiff leaves Baggies in 16th
Conservationists stunned by the insects’ rapid recovery
A revolution in the flowerbed as Monty plots to make Britain bloom again
She was the 13-year-old internet sensation behind the 'worst song ever'. As Rebecca Black returns with a new track, Gillian Orr reckons that she's smarter than she sounds