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The birds were pictured in their secluded resting place in the grounds of Caerhays Castle, in Cornwall. Across the river was a group of hunters dressed in tweed and flatcaps and wielding shotguns, facing up the hill. Hiding place: Two pheasants
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27 November 2013 0 View comments They were once a familiar sight at the side of the road, ready to rescue you when your car ran dry in remote places. But in recent years the trusty rural petrol station has been disappearing. Now a photographer has
Gay snub guesthouse pair lose appeal The owners of a Christian guesthouse who were ordered to pay damages for turning away a gay couple have lost their UK Supreme Court fight. Hazelmary and Peter Bull refused to let civil partners Steven Preddy and
One note, apparently written by Lance Corporal William Beech of 23rd Royal Welsh Fusiliers described how he was injured at Ypres on 7 October 1914. He wrote: '[I] was wounded in a bayonet charge and had to have his right leg off...' The soldier went
21 November 2013 Dr Geraint Hughes was found dead at his home in Feock, Cornwall. His wife Marion has been charged with his murder The wife of a GP has been charged with murder after her doctor husband was found stabbed to death at their 700,000 home.
Vt. (AP) Vermont State Police say a motorist has suffered cuts and bruises after she lost control of her car while going around a sharp curve in Cornwall. Twenty-two-year-old Molly Kalter of Groton, Mass., told authorities she was driving on Route 30
The world's most important archive of original shipwreck photographs has been saved for the nation by the National Maritime Museum. Virtually all 1,700 mainly 19th and early 20th-century glass-plate negatives, conventional film negatives and silver-
Prince Charles and Camilla Parker Bowles will be in Kumarakom till Thursday. Prince Charles, the Prince of Wales, and his wife, Camilla Parker Bowles, the Duchess of Cornwall, arrived at Kumarakom to a warm reception by scores of people who waited
Prince Charles's burgeoning estate of land, properties and businesses, which generate £19m of personal income each year, should be investigated for tax purposes, an influential committee of MPs has claimed. The Treasury has been urged to look at