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The Cameroonian scored a hat-trick against Manchester United on Sunday

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"Do you want to take any photographs while we're up in the air?" asks Jonathan, as we walk towards his helicopter. "I'll leave the door off, then, so you can get a better view."

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To the premiere of The Inbetweeners, the big screen adaptation of the Channel 4 comedy.

EasyJet announces Southend routes

Low-fare airline easyJet has announced the destinations it will fly to from Southend next year.

24-hour room service: Cap Rocat, Mallorca

If you're looking for a peaceful hideaway this summer, a military fort might not immediately stand to attention. But while Cap Rocat started life as a defensive fortress, dug into a rocky outcrop across the bay from Palma in 1889, today its drawbridge and battlements welcome guests into a rather more serene scene. A farewell to arms, then – and a warm welcome to a peaceful and luxurious hotel.

Three charged in 'Ponzi' inquiry

Three individuals were charged in relation to an alleged "Ponzi" scheme worth £10m yesterday.

James Lawton: Nadal makes himself at home during destruction of courageous Russell

Rafa Nadal was treated with all the deference that goes to a reigning, popular monarch. The Centre Court started off reverential and became increasingly warm and his parents, Sebastian and Anna Maria, seemed to fill the Royal Box with their pride.

Take Spain in your stride

Follow in the footsteps of Martin Sheen on the Camino de Santiago, or explore one of the country's many other stunning hikes

Simply red: The best varieties of tomatoes on the vine

Too many shop-bought tomatoes are bland and disappointing. So how can you find the sweetest and juiciest?

Briton killed in Majorca bar fight

A British tourist has been killed in the Spanish island holiday resort of Magaluf in what was thought to be a bar-room brawl.

Xavi in doubt for Arsenal return tie

Barcelona say Xavi Hernandez will miss seven to 10 days with a leg injury, which will leave the Spain midfielder battling to return in time for the Champions League second leg against Arsenal at the Nou Camp on 8 March.

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