Sport Stephen Lee will begin his appeal against a 12-year ban for match-fixing on Thursday

Stephen Lee will start his appeal against his 12-year ban from snooker on Thursday.

Kadian Harding had been laughing and joking with his father just moments before his death

Teenager died after brakes on kit bike failed, inquest hears

The family had recently returned from the US where victim’s mum runs a chain of bicycle shops

Banksy, the Dome and curry are three of the things that symbolise the best of England

Curry, the O2 and Banksy – the very best of England: Tourism chiefs have come up with a roster of 101 'must-do' activities

See Naples and die, goes the saying, such was the Italian city's erstwhile fame for beauty and magnificence. Taking inspiration from such sentiments, tourism bosses in England have produced a "bucket list" of 101 things to do and see before you expire – or worse, holiday abroad.

Stonehenge needs a new manager and if there were ever a workplace with “a unique set of demands”, this is it

Wanted: manager to look after Stonehenge - the world's most famous stone circle

The ancient monument presents a unique challenge, as Charlie Cooper discovers

The NHS’s worst sex offender? GP used secret camera in watch to film sex abuse on 200 female patients

Bains admitted 39 offences over two years, filmed on a camera in his wristwatch

Studies suggest that about 500 years before the Stonehenge we know today was built, a larger stone circle was erected at the same site as a community graveyard

Stonehenge: new study suggests landmark started life as a graveyard for the 'prehistoric elite'

Latest of many explanations for mysterious site

Retired policeman and his partner found dead

A retired police inspector and his partner were found shot dead in his home in a suspected murder-suicide.

Swindon promotion push entrusted to Kevin MacDonald

Swindon have appointed former Republic of Ireland assistant Kevin MacDonald as their new manager. The 52-year-old, who was caretaker manager at Aston Villa in 2010, takes over at the County Ground after Paolo Di Canio resigned last week.

Frozen out: The earl in the unheated room where his family portraits once hung

Earl of Cardigan: 'Seeing police beat a pregnant woman does poison your view'

An early run-in with authority shaped him. Matthew Bell hears about his latest fight

Wigan’s Roman Golobart barges into the back of Waide Fairhurst of Macclesfield

Macclesfield left fuming at referee's 'Luis Suarez moment' in defeat to Wigan

Macclesfield 0 Wigan Athletic 1

Earl of Cardigan acquitted of assault

A Wiltshire aristocrat has been acquitted of assaulting one of his family estate's trustees.

Raheem Sterling celebrates after Ryan Bennett's own goal

Match Report: Red-hot Luis Suarez turns the heat on Chris Hughton

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Patrick Geenty becomes first chief constable to be appointed by a newly-elected PCC

The first chief constable to be appointed by a newly-elected police and crime commissioner (PCC) was revealed today.

Two in hospital after fatal crash

Two people were still in hospital today with serious injuries after a road crash which killed one person in the early hours of Christmas day.

Anna Barclay and son Zac, 2, stop to look at Christmas festive lights that adorn a detached house in a suburban street in Melksham, December 8, 2012 in Melksham, England

But what do the neighbours think? The dazzling display of Christmas cheer that includes 115,000 bulbs, costs £30,000 and uses £700 worth of electricity...

28-year-old took five-week holiday to create extraordinary light show on his father's home in  Melksham, Wiltshire

Where to find the best secondary schools, as rated by Ofsted

Here is a table giving the percentages of pupils attending good or outstanding secondary schools by local authority area in England.

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