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First Twenty20 International: England 151-1 (17.5 overs) beat Australia 150-3 (20 overs) by nine wickets

Wild world: Encounters with animals should be managed with care

Phil Mansbridge: The fragile bonds between tourism and wildlife

Something to declare

French choreographer, Benjamin Millepied

A Scottish opening for the Black Swan choreographer

Alice Jones' Arts Diary

Vera Farmiga will play Norman Bates' mother in Bates Motel, the TV prequel to the slasher classic Psycho

Norman Bates's mother finally gets her chance on screen

Alice Jones' Arts Diary

Mormon murmurs give the love-in momentum

Alice Jones' Arts Diary

Eric Wareheim, Sarah Silverman, Michael Cera, Tim Heidecker and Reggie Watts have launched a comedy Youtube channel

New Zealand v England: Stuart Broad and Matt Prior keep tourists in control

England wicket-keeper Matt Prior struck an outstanding innings of 82 to put the tourists in a strong position after day two of the Second Test against New Zealand.

Despite a couple of scares Kevin Pietersen made 68 by lunch

Second Test: Kevin Pietersen takes over after England lose their concentration and early wickets

New Zealand fight back following opening day dominated by marker for the future from Compton

England's captain Alastair Cook walks from the field after being caught out

Second Test: England ride out early loss of Alastair Cook

New Zealand were as good as their word in the second Test last night and may have rued it. Brendon McCullum had insisted that his wide would bowl if they won the toss in Wellington.

Sunnier days ahead after Thomas Cook makes £350m vow

Thomas Cook has vowed to deliver a £350m turnaround in its profit performance over the next three years by further slashing costs, closing more stores and focusing on growing online sales.

Andy Flower talks with Alistair Cook

England keen to reassert the status quo in New Zealand

All those so-called expert predictions about Old Albion trampling all over the Kiwi colonials are looking pretty hollow now. So here we go again. England, without being cocky, arrogant or complacent, should defeat New Zealand by some distance in the second Test which begins at the Basin Reserve tomorrow.

Andy Flower talks with Alistair Cook

The Queenstown effect: Andy Flower defends England players amid criticism

England cricket team take part in adventure activities while on tour in New Zealand

New Zealand v England first Test: Steven Finn heroics can't cure England of first Test syndrome

England 167 & 421-6 drew with New Zealand 460-9 dec: Nightwatchman secures the draw but tourists still don't know how to remedy cardinal defect

New Zealand v England: Hamish Rutherford piles on agony in first Test

England’s unforeseen misery multiplied in the First Test today. Having failed catastrophically with the bat, they were severely undermined with the ball as New Zealand built an imposing first innings lead of 235.

Isabella Blow, centre

British tourists 'released after being kidnapped in Egypt'

Two British tourists have been released after being briefly held by kidnappers in Egypt, reports say.

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