Masts go back upon restored 'Cutty Sark'

One of Britain's most historic vessels, the Cutty Sark, had her masts raised yesterday for the first time since the ship was damaged by fire four years ago.

Murdered teenager Stephen Lawrence

Stephen Lawrence blood trace 'microscopic'

Traces of Stephen Lawrence's blood linked to a jacket belonging to one of the men accused of his murder totalled just two cubic millimetres, a court heard today.

Was wealthy client behind huge lottery win?

The tale of three money managers claiming the biggest lottery payout in Connecticut history last week had already defied the traditional rags-to-riches plot everyone loves. Now it appears that the more than $100m (£64m) in cash will not go to their pockets at all but rather to a client of their firm, who needs it even less.

Bloodstain on jacket links it to Lawrence crime scene, court told

A tiny bloodstain found on the jacket of a man accused of murdering Stephen Lawrence could have come from the knife pulled from the teenager's body during the fatal attack by a racist gang, the Old Bailey heard yesterday.

Stephen Lawrence was killed in South London 18 years ago

Stephen Lawrence friend's tearful testimony

Stephen Lawrence's best friend wept in court today as he described the black teenager's heartbreaking final moments.

Leading article: The time has come for lighter evenings

Could it be that this is the last weekend that Britain's hard-working families (and everyone else) will enjoy an extra hour in bed, thanks to the switch to winter time?

Investigation after tug capsizes in Thames

A crew member who fell in the River Thames in London after his tug capsized and sank was presumed drowned today as marine accident experts launched an investigation into the accident.

Man feared dead after tug capsizes

A search for a crew member missing after a tug capsized and sank on the Thames in south-east London was called off yesterday afternoon.

Search ends for missing crew member

A search for a crew member missing after a tug capsized and sank on the River Thames in London was called off tonight as marine accident experts began an investigation into the accident.

Mary Dejevsky: The blurred fringe of the Big Society

It was heart-warming to see the good folk of Clapham, Hackney and the rest mobilise themselves for a mass clear-up, using the same social media that had summoned the urban pillagers less than 24 hours before. Raising their brooms and dustpans aloft, they appeared the very model of David Cameron's Big Society. Whoever would have forecast that it would be looting mobs in London that would give it birth?

The sky at night: Highlights from this year's Astronomy Photographer Competition

The 2011 Astronomy Photographer of the year competition has received more spectacular pictures than ever before.

Video: 'Vigilantes' on London streets

The streets of London have appeared relatively calm on Tuesday night, with residents in Eltham gathering to 'protect' their town centre.

SureStart centres 'not shut'

The Department for Education was today accused by councils of issuing misleading information about SureStart centre closures.

Equestrianism: Olympic course offers 'punishing' test, says Fox-Pitt

British rider William Fox-Pitt has predicted "a test of athleticism" when the world's top eventers go for Olympic gold at Greenwich Park next year.

Equestrianism: French leads test of Greenwich venue

Piggy French ensured that Britain reigned supreme after day one of London 2012's opening Olympic test event. French delivered an outstanding dressage display on DHI Topper W and will head into the cross-country phase in Greenwich Park with a commanding lead.

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