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Experts now believe that mild to moderate depression may be good for us – and even help us live longer. Rebecca Hardy explains how to reap the benefits
The director/star of Super Size Me has a new cause with his exposé of product-placement. Charlotte Cripps gets the message
The Way I See It: This is no shallow honour. Sportsmen and women have had their dotage wreckedby the bitterness and frustration of being ignored
The Monday Interview: As the new British Film Institute chairman, Greg Dyke tells Rob Sharp how he hopes to keep the industry in Oscar-winning form
The detective leading the hunt for missing Claudia Lawrence revealed today that he could have "potentially" spoken to her killer, as her friends and family marked the second anniversary of her disappearance.
Outcry grows at 'ridiculous' waste of fishing catch
As uncertainty looms over higher education funding, Hilary Wilce looks at how postgraduates will be affected
Antony and the Johnsons' new album features a revealing book of art by Antony Hegarty. He tells Elisa Bray about growing up an outsider
The Fringe is where the stars of the future are found. But which of this year's crop are destined for the top? Alice Jones reports
We should not fall for the stereotype of juvenile depravity, says Tim Lott. Things are looking up
If anyone wanted a glimpse of the difficulty in keeping the Church of England together, they needed only to look at Dr Rowan Williams the last time the General Synod voted on women bishops: after hours of fractious debate inside York University's Central Hall in summer 2008, the Archbishop of Canterbury had his head in his hands.
We love them, of course, but new research suggests that having children makes us unhappy - it's just that none of us feels able to admit it. Susie Mesure (mother of Louis, two) investigates a taboo issue
If Rosa Parks was the mother of the modern US civil-rights movement, Dorothy Height was its queen.
'Happiness' was a sympathetic portrayal of a paedophile, an obscene caller and other assorted sociopaths.
A critical new witness was being sought in the hunt for Claudia Lawrence today as it emerged that the missing chef had spent the night with a previously unknown boyfriend just two days prior to her disappearance.
Cornell posts lookouts on bridges after three people leap to their death