Travel Amazing place: the Colosseum in Rome

'I'm the sort of person who would rather wear one T-shirt for the whole holiday'

600 jobs going as Ryanair departs airport

Low-fare airline Ryanair is to close or switch nine of its 10 routes at Manchester airport from October, it was announced today.

Family mourns toddler who died in balcony fall

The family of the British toddler who died after falling from a second floor balcony at a hotel in Sardinia were today coming to terms with the loss of their "beautiful" little boy.

British toddler dies after balcony fall

A British toddler who died after falling from a balcony at a hotel in Sardinia was named by local police as Brad Kremer.

Sport in Brief: Rossi leaves his best until last to take pole

Valentino Rossi produced a stunning lap in the closing moments of qualifying to claim pole position for today's FIM MotoGP World Championship round at Donington Park.

The photographer who wants to expose Silvio's teen parties

His recent pictures of revelry at Berlusconi's villa are just the beginning. Photo-journalist Antonello Zappadu tells Matthew Bell that the Prime Minister is abusing his public position

Berbatov wants more than goals

United striker concentrates on showcasing skills rather than his scoring record

Italy's sex scandal: Wife puts Berlusconi on the defensive

Just weeks ago Silvio Berlusconi appeared to have an ironclad grip on power. Now the Italian premier is looking suddenly vulnerable, with the heat coming from something almost unheard of in freewheeling Italy: a sex scandal.

Berlusconi wins ban on New Year party photos

Italy's Prime Minister, Silvio Berlusconi, has succeeded in blocking publication of photos of his New Year's Eve party after reports said guests included a teenage girl whose relationship with him has caused a scandal.

Nedved: Decision to quit Juventus is final

Veteran Juventus midfielder Pavel Nedved says his decision to retire at the end of the season is final.

Katy Holland: Finding a bargain family holiday online

Are we there yet? We're spending more time surfing for bargain family holidays than ever before

The future may be uncertain for his City clientele, but for the head chef at L'Anima, it's looking very rosy indeed

L'Anima, 1 Snowden Street, London EC2, tel: 020 7422 7000

Hutchinson on verge of winning Medcup

Not so much winding up a series as hammering daily nails into the coffins of his rivals' hopes, Terry Hutchinson has the Audi Medcup series by the throat as it enters its last 2008 days in southern Portugal. His TP52, Quantum, has improved throughout the six-regatta series and really began to take charge during the third, at Cagliari, Sardinia, at the end of June.

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