The fraught international operation to right the capsized ‘Costa Concordia’ begins tomorrow, and tensions are high
It's not the end of the world if you didn't get a room in halls - in fact, you're going to have as much fun wherever you hang your hat
Massive clean-up under way after major junction was flooded to 1.5 metres
Oscar Quine met some of them
The women of Wales turned out 65,000-strong in Cardiff and raised the roof – what a pity that Rihanna had little to bring to the party
With almost 1 million youngsters looking for work, every vacancy attracts 11 applications
Police became suspicious when they found baby toys and blood-stained toilet paper in a rented apartment
Angry holidaymakers describe 'sauna of sewage' as they finally get off crippled US liner
Drugs used to treat anxiety and depression are contaminating rivers and streams where they are building up in concentrations that can affect the behaviour of wild freshwater fish, scientists have found.
The “jobs enigma” of 2012, that saw unemployment fall despite the gloomy economic outlook, is likely to continue next year, according to the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD).
Kiwi mime artist Sam Wills tops off his Foster's Edinburgh Comedy Award success earlier this year with a West End run of his winning show: a sweet treat, perfect for the season of goodwill and frivolous entertainment.
Sheer volume of rain is overwhelming communities previously considered immune. Jonathan Brown reports
The Leeds hooker was let go by the Giants but on Saturday he meets them in the Challenge Cup final. He talks to Dave Hadfield
Well the name sounds Brazilian, does he have something to do with the next Olympic Games?
Campaign ad implicitly blaming Romney for wife's cancer death is causing a furore