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The world champion believes Lee may be just the tip of the iceberg
Visitors vow to avoid island until saga over unpopular Arriva buses is resolved
Stoyan Zafirova's parents only learnt he had been run over by a car a week after the accident occurred
The new Cindy Sherman? Perhaps.
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High winds have beached a cargo ship off France's Atlantic coast and some of the 220 tons of fuel in its hold is leaking, threatening a local beach.
In 2002, 24 year-old Joseph Calleja made his UK debut in Welsh National Opera's Oval Office staging of Rigoletto.
Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie are renting a "fortress" once used to protect residents from pirate attacks.
Marie Kreft, who won our travel-writing competition in 2010, follows a history trail
Credit card scams which seek to take advantage of the lifestyle aspiration of Britain's more affluent consumers are a growing threat. More than 250 online suppliers were shut down last year after customers complained of trickery
Underwater wrecks and dazzling marine life make Malta a top diving destination.
In his strongest statement yet on the global sex abuse scandal sweeping the Catholic Church, Pope Benedict XVI today admitted that church itself should bear the brunt of the blame for failing to tackle paedophile priests.
We've teamed up with Hotels.com – the world's leading hotel booking website – to offer a weekend break for two in Malta.
If Benedict XVI thought Malta would provide a gentle reintroduction to touring, he's wrong, says Michael Day
To your keyboards! It's time to enter this year's Independent on Sunday/Bradt Travel-Writing Competition. And to help get those creative juices flowing, we publish extracts from previous years' prize-winning stories to show you how it's done
Where can you find the most exciting nightspots in 2010? From techno to dubstep, Sarah Barrell has got it covered