Saving wildlife is test from God, says Harry

Prince Harry has said that saving wild animals in Africa is “God’s test” for humanity. In an interview with Town & Country, a US magazine, he also called for a new body to take control of everyone who owns or manages wildlife.

Wildlife chief calls for new ‘forest school’

The head of one of Scotland’s oldest wildlife charities has indicated plans for a Scandinavian-style “forest school” to help bring children closer to the natural world.

Tigers, pandas and rhinos on road to recovery in...

With its political shocks, tragic events and the deaths of music and film icons, 2016 is a year to forget for many. But there was some good news for the world’s wildlife.

JD Sports’ profits catch a chill outdoors

Continuing problems at the outdoors specialists Blacks and Millets have weighed down profits at JD Sports Fashion.

The after party

Partying and getting on in life seldom go hand in hand. But for a select group of Eighties and Nineties club kids, nightlife has proved a passport to success in the real world.

Green Man Festival at Glanusk Park, Wales

In previous years, the organisers of the Green Man hired a team of druids to perform sacred rituals to stop it from raining.

Glastonbury to change its name when it goes on...

Glastonbury will be Glastonbury only so long as it stays at Worthy Farm in Somerset — when it moves to a temporary site in 2019, it will become The Variety Bazaar. Michael Eavis, who founded the festival in 1970, revealed the name change on Glastonbury FM radio yesterday.

Bestival winds up festival season

Notable visitors to the Isle of Wight over the centuries have included Victorian holiday makers, coming to take the waters, and serial killers, locked away in category A prisons.

On the trail of suspicious money: it’s the ‘kleptocracy...

The route set out on a Monopoly board-style map of London’s newest coach tour included the opulence of the capital’s largest private home and the luxury of its most expensive apartment.

Europe’s coolest cities for £200

Flights, a stylish hotel and two days full of eating, drinking and culture, all for less than £200 per person. Here’s how it’s done.
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