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Above All Things, By Tanis Rideout

The story of George Mallory, the dashing mountaineer and Bloomsbury-set member who disappeared attempting the summit of Mount Everest in 1924, would seem to write itself.

Five-year-old April was last seen playing out on her bike close to her home in Machynlleth, mid Wales, on the evening of October 1

Police call off the search for missing April Jones

The search - one of the largest in UK history - was due to end this month

Pen-pushing: Nurses say they have to do far too much paperwork

Patients denied care as nurses fill in forms

'Non-essential' clerical tasks take up 2.5 million hours a week, poll reveals

Cycling in the Dolomites

Magnificent mountain biking above Cortina d'Ampezzo

Walker dies after falling into ravine in the Lake District

An elderly Swiss woman has died after falling 100m into a ravine in the Lake District.

Swiss walker dies in Lake District ravine plunge

A Swiss walker has died after plunging 328ft (100m) into a ravine in the Lake District.

US's Danny Pate, Britain's Bradley Wiggins and Italia's Dario Cataldo of Sky Procycling Team compete during the 14,1 km Team Time Trial at the Giro del Trentino

Cycling: Sir Bradley Wiggins trails in preparation race for Giro d'Italia

Sir Bradley Wiggins was more than six minutes off the lead after the opening stage of the Giro del Trentino.

The wreckage of the coach that crashed leaving the French Alps resort of l'Alpe d'Huez

French Alps coach crash: British bus driver killed and four passengers critically injured in Aple d'Huez

A driver died and four people were critically injured when a coach carrying young Britons collided with a cliff-face and exploded into flames in the French Alps.

Don’t look down! Images reveal pupils' terrifying journey to school in China, including climbing huge, rickety, unsecured ladders

Students in the village of Zhang Jiawan have to make a demanding daily descent down a series of rickety ladders to reach their school

Sometimes sky-high prices are worth it - but only in context

When you have little or no opportunity to shop around, it's easy to get ripped-off

Life and death in Pompeii and Herculaneum – British Museum: Priceless treasures from the cities destroyed by the Mount Vesuvius eruption will aim to satisfy the international fascination with the disaster when screened on 18 June

Charles Darwent on art: Life and Death in Pompeii and Herculaneum - The day that death hung on the breeze

As Vesuvius erupted, a strong easterly condemned two towns to extinction – and immortality – as an outstanding exhibition recreating Roman life shows

Ron Rash: A collection of beautifully crafted, sure and strong stories

Paperback review: Nothing Gold Can Stay, By Ron Rash

What we really want from each other

This week the internet giant added the ability to virtually explore four mountains, including Aconcagua (South America), Kilimanjaro (Africa), Mount Elbrus (Europe) and Everest Base Camp (Asia), to their Street View

Straight on, then left at base camp: Try virtual mountain exploration with Google Map's latest operation

If you've always wanted to explore some of Earth's highest peaks but lack the willingness to actually, like, climb a mountain, then you might be interested to hear about Google Map's latest operation.

Cycling: Chris Froome wins Critérium International with a view to Tour de France success

Team Skyracked up their third major triumph of 2013

This week the internet giant added the ability to virtually explore four mountains, including Aconcagua (South America), Kilimanjaro (Africa), Mount Elbrus (Europe) and Everest Base Camp (Asia), to their Street View

Straight on, then left at base camp: Try virtual mountain exploration with Google Map's latest operation

If you've always wanted to explore some of Earth's highest peaks but lack the willingness to actually, like, climb a mountain, then you might be interested to hear about Google Map's latest operation.

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