Arts and Entertainment Olivia Newton-John pictured in 2008: An unidentified man has been found dead at the singer's Florida home.

A man has been found shot dead at the home of Grease star Olivia Newton-John.

Seaside chic in Florida

As Miami Beach gets set for its annual Art Deco Weekend, Lucinda Baring is dazzled by the architectural exuberance of this most colourful city

Good to go: 5/01/2011

Seasonal cheer

The Quickening Maze, By Adam Foulds

Adam Foulds' superb depiction of the 19th-century poet John Clare, suffering bouts of madness and being treated with the revolutionary methods of Dr Matthew Allen at High Beach Asylum, is a work of poetry itself.

Traveller's guide: Kerala

Whether you want to cruise the backwaters, sip tea in a plantation, or relax on a beach, this alluring Indian state has it all and more, says Harriet O'Brien

Holloway turns up the hot air to beat freeze

Blackpool are are confident tomorrow's Premier League match with Manchester United will go ahead as they contend with freezing conditions at Bloomfield Road.

Chocolate on menu for annual beach hut advent calendar

Visitors to the UK's biggest hut-based advent calendar will be able to enjoy the true spirit of Christmas as well as some tasty goodies, says Alex Johnson

Landscape Photographer of the Year 2010

This picture of a frosty morning at Corfe Castle in Dorset by Antony Spencer won him the Landscape Photographer of the Year award and the much coveted £10,000 prize money.

The Big Six: Florida inns

From vintage motel chic in Tampa Bay to sleek a Orlando inn and spa with all the mod cons...

Travel challenge: A beach holiday in Thailand

Every week we invite competing companies to give us their best deal for a specific holiday. Today: a 10-night beach holiday in Thailand departing in late November. Prices are per person based on two people travelling together and include Thai Airways flights from Heathrow.

Deborah Ross: 'I do not want to see my true self'

If you ask me, all this Eat, Pray, Love business about having to search for your "true self" is all very well, but what if your true self turns out to be a complete dick? I once encountered my true self and, I'm telling you, I took one look at it, and thought: this is bad, bad news.

Pub landlady's body found on Maldives beach

The death of a British pub landlady whose body was found on a beach in the Maldives is being investigated by police, a spokesman for the country's police service confirmed today.

Man dies in surfing accident

A surfer has died after an accident at sea, police said today.

Audiobook: White Crow, By Marcus Sedgwick, read by Teresa Gallagher

If you see one white crow, then not all crows are black: if just one person returns from the dead, then there must be an afterlife.

On The Road: Beach bliss revisited on Oaxaca's coast

In an attempt to relive my backpacking days and catch some rays, I'd decided to follow the trail of small beach resorts that dot the Mexican Pacific coast in the state of Oaxaca.

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