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Say boo to a moose in Sweden

On a moose safari in a snowy Swedish forest, Kevin Rushby learns that the animals don’t deserve their reputation for comical dim-wittedness – unlike our writer, who goes swimming in the river ice<p>The moose is a comical animal. Everyone knows that. Woody Allen proved it beyond doubt with his Jewish …

Embracing Stone Age Couple Found in Greek Cave

Rare double burials discovered at one of the largest Neolithic burial sites in Europe.<p>Strange and surprising findings have been reported from ongoing excavations at Alepotrypa Cave, a site in the Peloponnesus that one archaeologist called "a Neolithic Pompeii," the Greek Ministry of Culture, …


6 Mistakes You Make When Making Your Bed

A few key fixes can make a difference.<p>Making your bed certainly isn't rocket science, but the difference between a messy display and an especially smooth (and super-inviting) mattress is actually all in the details.<p><b>1. You lay your top sheet pattern-up.</b><p>Placing it pattern-side down is actually the …


The 10 best Australian wines for under $20

You can show up at the fanciest dinner party clutching these bottles and you won’t be shunned<p>You don’t have to spend big to get a quality drop of wine.<p>These are our top picks of Australian wine, widely available for under $20. They are the sort of wines you can bring to a dinner party and not be …

Victoria (Australia)

Recipes for a stylish Sunday lunch that won't break the bank

In the first of his regular food columns, the former 'Bake Off’ winner invites you to risk it for a brisket – and proposes a clementine cake that’s just darling<p>If there is one thing you can guarantee about a Sunday lunch, it is that it will be hearty in more ways than one. Every few mouthfuls of …

Sunday Roast

Week's Best Space Pictures: A Giant Erupts, a Glacier Spills, and Janus Hovers

A volcano awakens after seven years, a river of ice and snow spills onto a plain, and a Saturnian moon hovers near some rings in this week's best space pictures.


8 awesome paid iPhone apps you can download for free right now

Another week has come and gone, but it’s not over just yet. Before you pack things in and get ready to enjoy your weekend, we have one last list of …

Readers’ recipe swap: toasties

Evidently toasted sandwich fillings go way beyond cheese. Here you give the humble toastie a real lift with fillings like chipotle, chorizo, chicken, and even chocolate....<p>Would you like to feature in these pages? The next theme will be vinegar. Send us your recipes viacook@theguardian.com, or …


Cereal Anytime: Australia's first cereal cafe opens in Melbourne

Cafe providing breakfast food at all hours of the day aims to ‘reframe how cereal is seen’. Oliver Milman tries it out<p>Cereal traditionalists may balk at the idea, but a new Melbourne café is pushing the revolutionary concept of shovelling down your Frosties or Cheerios in a public setting at all …

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National Geographic Travel

A Stunning, One-of-a-Kind Penthouse in Chelsea

This sleek, modern interior renovation came at the hands of Matthew Bremer of New York City’s Architecture in Formation. Located in New York City’s …

Saudi Historian Says U.S. Women Drive Because They Don't Care If They're Raped

A Saudi Arabian historian trying to justify the nation's ban on female drivers says women who drive in other countries such as the United States don't care if they're raped and that sexual violence "is no big deal to them."<p>Saleh al-Saadoon claimed in a recent TV interview that women can be raped …

All you need for your SME

Do you own a start-up or small- to medium-sized enterprise? Delve into entrepreneurial Britain with the latest news, comment, tips and case studies from the business world. Get all you need to know on running an SME and don't miss the latest column from Telegraph enterprise editor Rebecca …


A culinary tour of India

The siren call of Paratha Lane in Old Delhi – where food vendors make and sell parathas on the pavement in front of their tiny one-room cafes, stalls offer jewel-like fruit and vegetables, and smoke drifts from a thousand woks – is entirely seductive. It is exactly where you want to be. The problem …

Asia Travel

Sunset on the Grand Canal

Sydney siege survivor says army should have handled the operation

Marcia Mikhael, who was shot in the leg when the police stormed the Lindt cafe, says she is still angry at how the siege was handled<p>A survivor of the Sydney siege has expressed her anger at the police response, saying the army should have been put in charge of the operation instead.<p>Marcia Mikhael, …

NASA space probe sends back first pictures of Pluto in 2015

NASA's New Horizons space probe has sent back some new images of the dwarf planet Pluto and its largest moon Charon as seen from more than 126,000 miles away.<p>Over the coming months, the grand piano sized spacecraft will take thousands of pictures that will gradually bring the icy body and its many …



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Modern Architecture

First stars appeared 100m years later than thought, research finds

Data from European Space Agency’s Planck telescope indicates that star formation began about 550m years after the big bang<p>The first stars twinkled into life some 100m years later than was previously thought, research suggests.<p>Data from the European Space Agency’s Planck telescope indicates that …


Rarely Seen Moonfish, Size of Manhole Cover, Caught on Camera

The opah, or moonfish, is a camera-shy animal that researchers know little about.<p>Its squat body and flimsy-looking pectoral fins may not scream speed-demon.<p>But the opah, or moonfish, is actually quite fast, and can run with the big boys like tuna and swordfish. That's just one of many surprising …


Japanese bank introduces robot workers to deal with customers in branches

Mitsubishi UFJ Financial Group is employing ‘Nao’, a multilingual 5.4-kg robot, who will begin work in a branch in April<p>Japan’s biggest bank is preparing to unveil robot employees with a human touch.<p>Nao, a 58-centimetre (1ft 11)-tall humanoid developed by the French company Aldebaran Robotics – a …

Eric Schneiderman

85 Homemade Pasta Sauce Recipes That Aren't Marinara

These non-marinara, creative pasta recipes will come in handy when you want to give red sauce a rest.<p>We'll always love marinara, but it's time we started seeing other sauces. From vibrantly green pesto to fiery chili oil, these pasta toppers are perfect for when you need a break from the red sauce.


Seven unknown architectural wonders

Forget the Taj Mahal and the Colosseum – some of the world’s most impressive structures remain out of the public eye.<p>We’ve all heard of the Colosseum, the Great Wall of China, and the Taj Mahal. But what about the world’s undiscovered architectural wonders: the man-made marvels where most crowds …

European Travel

Unearthed grave sheds light on Batavia shipwreck mass murder

Secrets from one of the nation's most horrific maritime mass murders have been unearthed on a tiny island off Western Australia's coast.<p>A new grave …

Prince Charles wailed 'I can't go through with it' on eve of marriage to Princess Diana, biography claims

Catherine Mayer's book Charles: Heart of a King says both Prince Charles and Princess Diana contemplated calling off their wedding - but for different reasons<p>The <b>Prince of Wales</b> was racked with such doubts about his doomed marriage to Diana, Princess of Wales that he told an aide on the eve of his …