News Former correspondent of the News of the World and Sunday Mirror Dan Evans arrives at the Old Bailey

“Shock” and “anxiety” ran through the editorial floor of the News of the World the day two people were arrested in 2006 in connection with phone hacking. The description, from the former News International staff journalist Dan Evans, was told to the jury at the phone hacking trial.

Tennis: Chang shows his character

MICHAEL CHANG was alone and seemingly friendless on the Centre Court at the Palais Omnisport de Paris-Bercy in the city where he made his name. As a 17-year-old at the French Open in 1989 Chang became the youngest men's singles champion in Grand Slam history, unhinging the imperturbable Ivan Lendl and resisting the flowing Stefan Edberg.

Money: Streets split into spenders and sufferers

My street is a visible reminder of the huge financial gulf be- tween those of us who have prospered from the booming economy and those who are merely surviving. All the terraced houses are identical. The only difference is between those that are owner-occupied and renovated, extended and generally beautified. And those that aren't.

Books: Sex and the loft extension

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Pop: Manhattan transfer

New York's creatives are heading for the suburbs. Rock rebels Oneida blaze the trail.

Property: Homes that can work

Developers are waking up to those ditching office life.

A TASTE OF IAIN BANKS'S NEW NOVEL - AND YOUR CHANCE TO WIN A COPY

Open for Business: how chapter one of Iain Banks's new novel begins

Interiors: Bed and boards

In the first of a new series, residents who share the same building reveal what they've made of their separate spaces. Here, five flat-owners in east London show how they turned a disused factory into a domestic palace

Property: Hot Spot - Lock stock

Hot Spot islington & hoxton canalside, north london; Georgian houses by the Grand Union Canal rarely come on the market. So if you see one, you'll have to paddle quickly. By Robert Liebman

Interiors: Oasis of calm

When you've created homes for Kate Moss and both Gallagher brothers, turning a tiny mews cottage into a retro-modernist palace is easy. Jenny Dyson meets Darren Gayer. Photographs by Ian McKinnell

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Real Homes: Games without frontiers

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Tried & Tested: Put through the mill

Grinding your own pepper is the only way to get it fresh, and just how you like it: fine and powdery or a bit on the rough side.

Property: How to get a winning design on your home

As part of this year's Architect Week, you can get professional advice about your abode and make a charity donation for just pounds 10. By Robe rt Liebman

Real Style: Fear of open spaces

Lofts used to be the height of chic. Then the corporate jocks moved in. Time to pack up says
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