Channel Island residents fear overcrowding as study shows significant growth is expected
Gutsy 20-year-old saves four match points to triumph at Japan Open and take place among the world's elite
Heather Watson became the first Briton to win a WTA Tour singles title in 24 years by winning a marathon match against Chang Kai-chen of Chinese Taipei in the final of the HP Open in Osaka.
There were mixed fortunes for Britain's two quarter-finalists as Heather Watson was left to fly the flag in the HP Open in Osaka.
With a speed limit of just 35mph, this island reveals its charms gently says Ben West
Britain's Heather Watson could only win two games as her Wimbledon dream ended with a nightmare hammering at the hands of third seed Agnieszka Radwanska.
Heather Watson reached the second round of the French Open for the second successive year with a hugely impressive 6-2 6-4 victory over Russian Elena Vesnina today.
Months of searing headaches, a violent, blistering rash – the peculiar agony of shingles took Robert Chesshyre by surprise
Artist and illustrator Chris Foss has been credited with transforming the landscape of science fiction. Interview by Matilda Battersby
The self-portraits are winning, witty and thoroughly theatrical, says Alice-Azania Jarvis
Heather Watson, fresh into the world top 100 after her French Open first-round win, carried her good clay-court form over on to grass by defeating the 15th seed Chanelle Scheepers in the Aegon Classic in Birmingham yesterday.
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Britain's leading woman doesn't like running but this outstanding athlete is making rapid progress
Andy Murray won his second singles match of the week at the Hopman Cup team event in Perth yesterday but the world No 4 and his partner, Laura Robson, can no longer reach Saturday's final.
Yet another example this week of the fatally divergent galaxies inhabited by men and women. While the latest trend reports have women hotfooting it to the local salon to get their hair dyed grey, a survey reveals that 51 per cent of men find encroaching silver strands one of the scariest prospects in the canon of depressing inevitabilities.
The author of 'Les Misérables' relished exile in Guernsey. Nick Boulos traces his steps