After BBC anchor Simon McCoy picked up a pack of printer paper instead of his iPad, hordes of eager Apple fans fell into the same trap! D'oh!
There is not much love around the English club game right now: hard words are being spoken on the vexed subject of European rugby – Nigel Wray, the Saracens chairman, poured an entire pipeline’s worth of petrol on the flames consuming the Heineken Cup on Sunday by declaring that the Premiership teams would be “quite crazy” to stay in the tournament beyond the end of the season – and even harder lessons are being learnt by sides who let their discipline slip. Ask Gloucester, who really copped it in London yesterday and find themselves at the foot of the table as a consequence.
Middle-class problems: Recycling
Living costs in London approach £9,760 per year as students seek ways to make ends meet
New homes should be built with storage areas for wheelie bins to end the scourge of “bin-blighted” streets in England, the Communities Secretary has said.
Ranjit Singh’s body was discovered among piles of rubbish
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Calls for a ban on Chinese lanterns are made after one is understood to have started a fire causing £6million in damage
As thousands of Glastonbury festival-goers pack up their tents today they will wade through fields of litter, not mud.
We’re used to disgruntled employees’ resignations doing the rounds these days. In the internet age, those bitter parting words can be uploaded and forwarded in an instant.
A French architecture firm has unveiled their new ambitious 'farmscraper' project - six towering structures which promise to change the way that we think about green living.
You can economise on everything from train tickets to phone bills – and get hold of lots of free stuff – if you know where to click
As garbage-burning plants proliferate, Britain could end up with too little waste to put in them