The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge organised the star-studded event, but the planet was the main talking point at the Earthshot Prize Awards in London last week.
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A change for THE BETTER
An exclusive extract from Nicky Pellegrino’s new book Don’t Sweat It, which takes an upbeat and novel approach to managing menopause
It's my time! - SUZY'S WORLD OF OPERA
The kids’ presenter is looking to entertain a wider audience when she takes to the stage next month
For get me not - DEBBIE'S FLOWERS FOR HER SOULMATE
While nursing her dear husband through a devastating illness, creativity blossomed
How to hack your HOUSE WORK
Cut down your cleaning time with these tips and tricks, time-saving tools and store-bought solutions
Joanna's joy I'M AN AB FAB DAME!
The actress had cause to break open the Bolly after her royally good news
Karma for Carla - IT'S GOOD TO BE BAD!
Shortland Street actress Elisabeth tells why it’s the best therapy playing her evil alter ego and why she won’t let her down
Platinum Jubilee festivity fears - WHO WILL RAIN ON THE QUEEN'S PARADE?
As celebrations for Her Majesty go into full swing, the palace fears events may not go quite according to plan
Sarah's silver lining ‘GOING GREY HELPED MY CAREER'
The talented star opens up about work, home, grandchildren and the intriguing contract that stipulated she wouldn’t colour her hair!
Taking a pause - NICKY'S CHANGE OF SCENE
Used to raising heartbeats in her romantic novels, the author is hoping her new project will help calm readers
Wendy's next move - THE POWER OF LETTING GO
The beloved broad caster shares how saying yes is opening new doors
Kelly Wearstler: THE EVOLUTION OF AN ICON
When I first met Kelly Wearstler in the early 1990s, she was an aspiring interior designer who shared a small apartment with a roommate across from a sporting goods store in the heart of LA. But the South Carolina transplant had a big dream and the talent to achieve it. I have had the good fortune to be part of that journey camera-in-hand.
Facebook Data On More Than 500m Accounts Found Online
Details from more than 500 million Facebook users have been found available on a website for hackers.
LEGENDARY ADVENTURER DAVID HEMPLEMAN-ADAMS TURNS HIS AMBITIONS TO THE SEA, WITH A POLAR OCEAN CHALLENGE
Cambridge Audio CXA81
Flylogix and Cambridge Consultants, part of the Capgemini Group, have announced a collaboration that will exploit Iridium’s state-of-the-art satellite communications to safely control unmanned aerial vehicles from a central control hub.
Revival Kitchen in a Queen Anne
With the look of a butler’s pantry full of built-ins, it’s family-friendly.
GARAGES worth a tour
Here’s a look at recent garages, inspired by period houses, which make the most of new space.
DESIGNING for outdoor spaces SITE PLANNING AND THE ARCHITECTURE
Site planning and a consistent architectural vision made sense of this unique double lot near the sea in Marblehead, Massachusetts. Architect Frank Shirley “integrated two properties and made this a special place to be,” the homeowner says. Outbuildings, two of them newly designed and built, are critical to the overall design, providing not only additional space but also protection from the street. New porches, formal elements of hardscape, and plantings tie it together.
THE RECKONING IS COMING: REGULATING BIG TECH
Cambridge Analytica. Russian hackers and election meddling. The Equifax data breach. Fake news. Twitter and Instagram harassment. Facebook mining our personal data and—best-case scenario— unabashedly using it to sell us stuff.
DIG THIS: GARDENING CAN BURY THE BLUES!
Planting & harvesting boost folks’ body image