Golden treasures from prehistoric Britain’s Stonehenge era, most of which have never previously been on public display, are today being unveiled at a small provincial museum.
The air is crisp and the colours are sharp, making this the perfect time of year to explore the UK’s most spectacular vistas
Conservative MP Daniel Kawczynski criticises 'cost-neutral' move as charity attempts to attract younger people to heritage sites
Police investigate after bulldozer rips through eighth century monument
Artwork by Christoph Niemann knits a combined scarf and glove for the southern hemisphere
This weekend marks the celebrations for this year's summer solstice – but forget visiting Stonehenge. Hugh Thomson prefers the wonders of its nearby rival, the largest stone circle in England
Industrial action this week is part of a three month campaign culminating in a national walkout at the end of June
A life-size inflatable replica of famous British landmark Stonehenge has gone on display in Hong Kong as part of an inflatable exhibition.
Britain's second toll motorway is to be given the go-ahead by George Osborne later this year as part of a multi-billion pound road-building programme to stimulate the economy, The Independent has learnt.
Latest of many explanations for mysterious site
It began with a banana. In an effort to entertain his two children at breakfast one day, the graphic-designer-cum-photographer Brock Davis put the brain that has carried him through 17 years of creative thinking in the advertising industry into gear, and fashioned a section of the peel into a hat for the banana to wear. Cue delighted children – and a delightful new project for the man from Minneapolis to play with.
Thousands of people have marked the summer solstice despite the celebration being one of the wettest in years.
Discovery reignites debate over transportation of smaller standing stones
Ancient site may have been place of worship 500 years before the first stone was erected
A man has been arrested after a set of Bronze Age earthworks more than 4,000 years old were vandalised.