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"It is my experience of the countryside that I am trying to convey to the public"

'Growing her own': the green-fingered Anna Greenland

Anna Greenland, 28, is passion about ‘growing her own’ and has won a place on a top horticultural course in America

The Week Ahead: Nervousness ahead of Man Group update

Nervous investors will be holding their breath ahead of a pre-close trading update from Man, the London hedge-fund group, this week, with some in the City highlighting a risk to assets under management (AuM).

Businessman to circle globe in a gyrocopter

Irish entrepreneur plans to travel 27,000 miles in tiny aircraft

Love in a cold climate: A life-long obsession with the Arctic

Ever since he first saw a photograph of the Arctic as a young boy, Charles Emmerson has been fascinated by the idea of a magical, white wasteland. He explains his life-long obsession with the region

Revealed: the face of Greenland (circa 2000BC)

He had brown eyes, non-white skin, "shovel-shaped" front teeth and was at high risk of going bald and suffering ear infections. Oh, and he lived 4,000 years ago and nothing remains except a clump of his thick, dark hair.

Market Report: Cairn lifted by hopes for Greenland drilling

Cairn Energy stood out as the FTSE 100 touched a new 16-month high yesterday, with buyers outnumbering sellers amid hopes for the oil and gas prospector's foray into Greenland.

Alex James: Getting a whole new perspective on life

Rural Notebook

Market Report: Tullett Prebon gains ground on deal hopes

Tullett Prebon firmed as the prospect of deal activity lured the bulls last night. The stock rose 15p to 290p after Citigroup said that, faced with a rapid shift towards electronic trading, the inter dealer may revisit takeover talks with GFI in an attempt to strengthen its position in that market, and take on Icap, which was up 6.5p at 415.9p yesterday. Coupled with the undemanding valuation, this prospect could provide a floor for the share price, which has been hit by concerns about the outlook.

It's glam up north: Peter Jensen's whimsical style

Peter Jensen's autumn/winter designs are inspired by the national dress of Greenland – and have sparked a diplomatic incident, he tells Carola Long

Investment Column: Cairn's prospects make it a worthy buy

Kazkhmys; Evolution Group

Baffin Island reveals dramatic scale of Arctic climate change

Study delves back into 200,000 years of history to demonstrate the devastating impact of global warming

Ancient glaciers are disappearing faster than ever

Satellite laser measurements show change in environment for the first time

It's getting hot up here: Why Greenland sees global warming as a way to gain independence...and make money

Could global warming have an upside? Greenlanders seem to think so: the ice that surrounds them is melting to reveal vast mineral resources. Now all they must do is gain independence, cash in... and cope with their guilt

Beguiling land of the Faroes

These tiny islands might be isolated, but they are easy to explore, says Tony Wheeler

Investment Column: Unemployment pain can be Regus's gain

Cairn Energy; Admiral
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Academic claims King Arthur was real - and reveals where he lived

Dr Andrew Breeze says the legendary figure did exist – but was a general, not a king
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Iran is opening up again to tourists

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Migrant crisis: UN official Philippe Douste-Blazy reveals the harrowing sights he encountered among refugees arriving on Lampedusa

‘Can we really just turn away?’

Dead bodies, men drowning, women miscarrying – a senior UN figure on the horrors he has witnessed among migrants arriving on Lampedusa, and urges politicians not to underestimate our caring nature
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Why Frederick Forsyth's spying days could spell disaster for today's journalists

Why Frederick Forsyth's spying days could spell disaster for today's journalists

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