Will Galapagos become the Pacific's Ibiza?

Charles Darwin's wilderness is under pressure from tourism and urban growth. Hugh O'Shaughnessy and Sarah Clark report on Ecuador's fight back

Brett Anderson - A slow walk to freedom

Brett Anderson will release his third post-Suede solo album next week. He tells Elisa Bray what inspired it

Visual merchandising: 'When a new range is doing well, it is a personal achievement'

We all know the power that a well-designed shop window can hold over us; in one glance, you can be transported into a different world. Behind the glass, the season's "must-buy" products come alive through a visual story that compels you to enter the store and part with your cash.

Ibiza Rocks: A rock revolution in a dance world

From the ashes of Hotel Club Paraiso rises Ibiza Rocks - live music venue/hotel extraordinaire which over the past three years has introduced live music, rock music to The White Isle whilst flawlessly silencing its critics and literally rocking the island of Ibiza to its very core.

My Secret Life: Jade Jagger, designer, 37

My parents were ... a great inspiration to me, although I realise that they were icons to everyone else too. As a child they always encouraged me and gave me the strength and support I needed in order to grow

Inside Travel - Flights of fancy?

Despite falling passenger numbers, many new air services from the UK are taking off this spring, writes Simon Calder

Lives Remembered: Amy Baumann

Amy Baumann, author of A Valley Wide, the recently published memoir about her life in a remote part of Ibiza in the early 1960s, died on Sunday in Wigtown, Scotland, following a stroke two weeks earlier.

Frock and roll stars: At home with designers Stuart Trevor and Kait Bolongaro

With its black styling and massive swimming pool, fashion design duo Bolongaro Trevor have a pad that's as cool as the celebrities they dress

DJ-ing: Turn a hobby into a real money spinner

Playing a few tunes may sound like fun – but it's hard work, as Caroline Roberts discovers

Day In The Life: Tim Binns, A&R Director, New State Entertainment

'Señor Coconut is perfect for Ibiza'

Ibiza: Is the party over?

More than half a million Brits travel to the Balearic island each year in search of round-the-clock parties. But now the head of tourism is calling for a dramatic image change, with curbs on the superstar-DJ club nights and high-rise hotels in an attempt to attract more upmarket visitors. Elizabeth Nash reports

Erick Morillo: The view from the decks

It's bizarre and hypocritical for the government to try to force the clubbers out of Ibiza. It's going to backfire on them if they don't stop.

My Mentor: Mark Durden-Smith on Judith Chalmers

'She still gives me advice. in fact, i get a nightly debriefing from both my parents'

48 Hours In: Barcelona, Spain

The weather is already hotting up in the vibrant Catalan capital, which is crammed full of amazing architecture and the finest tapas, says Mary Novakovich

'One murder a week' by psychiatric patients

The Government denied that it was failing to protect the public from dangerous mentally ill people as a report said that one person a week dies at the hands of a psychiatric patient.

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