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Four in Mauritius court over honeymoon murder

Four hotel workers will appear in court in Mauritius today in connection with the murder of Michaela McAreavey, who was strangled on her honeymoon.

Thousands mourn honeymoon murder victim

The funeral of Michaela McAreavey, who was murdered a week ago while on honeymoon in Mauritius, was attended by thousands of mourners yesterday.

Honeymooner Michaela McAreavey's murder an 'evil act' mourners told

The murder of honeymooner Michaela McAreavey was an "evil act", mourners at her funeral were told today.

The Dark Side of a Paradise Island

The killing of an Irish teacher on her honeymoon shocked the world, but not those who know Mauritius well

Alleged killers 'hiding in honeymooners' room'



The alleged killers of honeymooner Michaela McAreavey were hiding in her room when the unsuspecting teacher walked in and lunged at her only when she had closed the door.

Mauritius: Two men 'confess to hotel murder'

Two of the three hotel employees who were arrested in Mauritius for the murder of a Northern Ireland woman on honeymoon have confessed to the killing, the country's commissioner of police has told Irish radio.

Body of murdered honeymooner starts journey home

The body of murdered honeymooner Michaela McAreavey was on its way back to Ireland today.

Murdered bride 'put up a fight'

Michaela McAreavey, who was murdered on her honeymoon in Mauritius, had put up a struggle against her attackers, police said yesterday.

Tissue under fingernails clue in Mauritius honeymoon murder

Skin tissue found under the fingernails of strangled honeymooner Michaela McAreavey could prove crucial to the police case against the three men charged in connection with her murder.

Murdered teacher 'fought for her life'

The murdered daughter of Tyrone Gaelic Athletic Association manager Mickey Harte fought for her life before she was strangled, it was revealed today.

How We Met: Peter Gordon & Tim Lott

'We agree on a lot of things, but Tim is wrapped up in his head and I'm a bit more earthy'

The Feral Beast: Blue times at the Beeb

It wasn't just the airwaves that turned blue on Monday when Today programme presenter James Naughtie became tongue-tied and mispronounced the surname of the Culture Secretary, Jeremy Hunt; an error quickly repeated by Andrew Marr.

Call to ban smoking in cars with child passengers

Dame Judi Dench leads fight for government action after research shows 40 per cent of youngsters are exposed to smoke

Travel Agenda: Ski and Snowboard Show; NuBeginnings' luxury bootcamp; A Hedonist's guide to Marrakech; Trou aux Biches resort in Mauritius

Today: The Ski and Snowboard Show is in full swing at Olympia in London, with a Quebec husky lodge, ice-driving experience and Snowbombing after-party; the show runs until tomorrow ( metrosnow.co.uk).

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