Rachel Roddy's recipe for cherries in wine | A kitchen in Rome
A decadent cherry pudding inspired by a woozy summer's afternoon at a rural getaway In his 2007 book, The Last Food of England , Marwood Yeatman tells a story of a vicar in...
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The Argos catalogue: why Britain's love affair with The Book of Dreams had to end
The demise of the shopping catalogue has prompted mass nostalgia. But its closure after almost 50 years shows how our buying habits have changed - and how obsessed we now are...
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Woman claims to find face mask 'cooked' into McDonald's nugget
A mother in England is livid after allegedly finding a piece of a face mask "cooked" into her nuggets.
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Man proposes to girlfriend with candles, burns down their apartment
A man in England made his fiery love for his girlfriend official by popping the question with dozens of candles, in a heartfelt display that accidentally burned down their...
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Sun, sand, sea. staycation Skegness
With Spain out of bounds again, hopes are rising for a new lease of life in England's careworn seaside resorts - and nowhere more so than in the birthplace of Butlin's Early on...
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Up hill, down dale: five beautiful cycle trails in the north of England
Byways in Yorkshire, Cumbria and Northumberland make for scenic and challenging rides. The writer of a new book, Lost Lanes Northern England , chooses his favourites From the...
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So, £1,200 for a week in a tent or £8,000 for a seaside apartment: it's staycation UK
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How to host a safe, socially distanced barbecue this summer
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How we met: 'He was really drunk all the time'
David Grant, 42, and Angie Vidal, 40, met at the airport on their way to the 2006 World Cup in Germany. They live in Mexico City with their five-year-old daughter, Victoria...
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Return of the youth hostel: a stay at the YHA New Forest
The Youth Hostels Association celebrates its 90th anniversary in the most difficult of years, but this unique social enterprise recently reopened 30 hostels Bethan applied the...
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An old storage vessel has found new favour as a desirable homeware.
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Tradie leaves Wainuiomata woman with an unfinished deck and $8000 out of pocket
She saved for the deck for more than two years but, despite going through the Disputes Tribunal, she says there is no way for her to get her money back.
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Why guinea pigs could help control the weeds and grass on your block
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What the hell has happened to our regard for motherhood?
OPINION: It's time we let birthing mothers know they are incredible, and acknowledge their whole world has done a 180-degree shift.
Lawyers facing deluge of divorce inquiries as Covid-19 takes its toll
Some prospective divorcees wanting assistance are being turned down - forced to either represent themselves in court, or sit on waitlists.