Danes are a happy bunch despite their long winters – this is how 'hygge' (cosiness) keeps them smilling
It's not just the poor who are subject to occasional feelings of entitlement
The Germany captain may have drawn less attention, but was deserving of her moment in the spotlight
A coronal mass ejection two days ago could make the aurora visible
Suppliers are turning down requests for the exotic meat for fear of depleting the forests
The cold will kill more people in Britain than in freezing Sweden this winter. That's because so many of us live in woefully insulated homes.
Some local ladies were offended by the way that Blunt’s marriage ended
The comedy duo are working on an adaptation of the viral hit
A far-fetched, 1950s noir: just perfect for the modern world
The pinafore is shaking off its classroom connotations this season in favour of a more grown-up interpretation, says Holly Swayne
Men have grown at the rate of approximately a millimetre a year and a centimetre a decade
Andy Lynes finds an idyllic location for a West Country break where great views, surf and food are all within reach
WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange will attempt to win a seat in Australian Senate elections while still confined to Ecuador’s embassy in London.
As the interest in Nordic detectives and killers wanes, publishers are looking across the Channel for the next wave of crime thrillers.
Authorities 'intercepted violent comments' on messages transmitted by Vikernes on the internet
There is no finer way to discover and explore the dramatic Norwegian coastline than aboard an authentic Hurtigruten cruise.