A couple who have more than 3,000 different trees, shrubs and plants in their award-winning garden have said it is wonderful to be able to show them off again after taking a break.
Irish premier Leo Varadkar has warned that businesses in the United Kingdom will soon make decisions that “bite” after admitting that reaching a Brexit deal could roll into the new year.
Most of us will never interview for a place at the prestigious universities of Oxford or Cambridge, but that’s not to say you can’t ponder how you’d get on.
A Scottish ultra-endurance cyclist has become the fastest woman to travel around the world on a bike.
Former Spice Girl Emma Bunton has described Paul Hollywood as “great fun” as she announced she will host an American version of the Great British Bake Off.
A new Bill intended to assist senior civil servants who have been left to take decisions in Northern Ireland must ease UK disparity in healthcare workers’ pay, a trade union has said.
A political shortlist has been announced for a prestigious poetry prize, including works on Donald Trump’s America, Grenfell Tower and the migrant crisis.
Joe Denly is taking inspiration from teenage friend and England team-mate Moeen Ali as he attempts to complete his remarkable reinvention as an international all-rounder.
The search for Andrew Strauss’ successor as director of England cricket will formally begin on Friday, with a job description that tallies with leading candidates such as Alec Stewart, Clare Connor and Ashley Giles.
Four men found guilty of plotting a “Lee Rigby-style” terror attack are challenging their convictions, claiming they did not receive a fair trial.
Pope Francis indicated a willingness to visit North Korea during a private audience with South Korean President Moon Jae-in, according to Vatican and South Korean officials.
An economist has said the Scottish Government may have underestimated healthcare funding needs by more than £400 million.
A Bill designed to create time and space for Northern Ireland politicians to reach agreement is “no substitute for devolved government”, the Democratic Unionists have warned.
France’s President Emmanuel Macron is facing criticism from mothers with big families both at home and abroad for recent comments he made about women and fertility in Africa.
There have been further withdrawals from Saudi Arabia’s “Davos in the desert” investment conference following concerns over the disappearance in Turkey of journalist Jamal Khashoggi.
Traveller children have been left “scared and nervous” after hearing of presidential candidate Peter Casey’s comments about their community at school.
The FTSE 100 followed its global peers into the red on Thursday as a renewed sell off on Wall Street continued to drag on equity markets.
Wales forward Gareth Bale could be back in contention for a return to action with Real Madrid against Levante after resuming training.
An extended transition period would not solve a fundamental problem with the EU’s backstop proposals, the DUP said.
Starbucks is restructuring its European operations after several years of slowing sales and will close its Amsterdam office to the benefit of London.