Test breakthrough links man who confessed to the 1960s killing spree with the final victim
Baltic state will be 18th to adopt single currency, despite opposition within the country
Will the Tour de France inspire you to ride off on a cycling holiday?
Helicopters and Navy ships rescued 220 Latvians who drifted to sea today, trapped on huge floating slabs of ice.
Director Birger Larsen explains to Gerard Gilbert how he plans to bring Nordic grit to his first BBC crime series
Birger Larsen will bring Nordic grit to his first BBC crime series
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Sales are rising thanks to the discovery of a kinder – and sustainable – method of harvesting the fish roe
The Latvian resort of Jurmala is giving new life to its historic spa traditions, says Alice Azania-Jarvis
An exhibition of artefacts and photographs from the notorious ‘Siege of Sidney Street,’ a gun fight between police and burglars which took place on 2nd January 1911, goes on show at the Museum of London Docklands on Saturday.
Year in the life of the Premier League's most colourful character
A new online guide to Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania aims to help travellers make the most of these beautiful countries. Here, the website's author, Claire Gervat, offers a taste of her insider's guide
Roger Federer made the worst possible start to his claycourt season with an error-strewn defeat against Ernests Gulbis, the nervy Latvian sealing a 2-6 6-1 7-5 win on his seventh match point.
Tories' European allies back march despite protests by Jewish groups
Baltic state's work culture offers an alternative model to traditional male hierarchy