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Fires Of Love, "Remember Me My Deir" (Delphian)

DESIGN & INTERIORS: The way we live now

AS IF it isn't bad enough that I don't have space at home for even a pokey little utility room, I now discover that my bourgeois aspirations are not nearly high enough. These days, according to the fitted furniture company Clive Christian, what I really, really ought to want is a laundry room. With acres of Edwardian-style limed-oak wall cupboards, top-loader machine, copious ceramic sink with double-drainer and overhead pulley-operated drying contraption, you can almost smell the souvenir-edition fabric conditioner.

Family Outings: Dive Scylla, Plymouth

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Welcome to the kingdom ruled by fear

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Tao - Beat of the Globe, Assembly at St George's Centre, Edinburgh

Spectacular drummers pump up the volume

Sammy McKim

Hollywood child star who turned Disney 'Imagineer'

Album: Red Hot Chili Peppers

Live in Hyde Park, WARNER BROS

Huntley's home is torn down

Trail of the unexpected

As well as its spectacular scenery, Australia has a surprising talent for kitsch

India offer scant resistance as West Indies secure series win

West Indies 422 & 197 India 212 & 252 West Indies win by 155 runs
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Compton Cricket Club

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