"The judge intends awarding costs to Clipper Ventures on the basis that there was never any sensible basis for suing Sir Robin Knox-Johnston"
It's the third drugs seizure from boats in the Caribbean in three months: £36million-worth of cocaine
A £10million replacement breakwater scheme has been announced for Yarmouth Harbour
‘I am absolutely over the moon and ecstatic to get third,” said 75-year-old Sir Robin
With 275 miles to go to the finishing line at Point à Pitre...
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Plans have been submitted for a smaller South Coast wind farm scheme with fewer turbines
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Antony Gormley‘s new LAND project celebrates 50 years of the Landmark Trust
The East Coast site is the largest consented offshore wind testing facility in the UK
‘Wait for meeee...’
More than 240 boats and 1,200 people from 36 nations are taking part in this year's ARC
New Wildlife Trusts' report identifies 17 important ‘megafauna hotspots’ around UK shores
The bodged break-in marks the second burglary attempt in six weeks
The rescue operation was complicated by the collapsed rigging hanging over the side of the boat
Work is underway to awaken 'Scotland's sleeping giant'
"We don't want to spoil the fun but sometimes people are tempted to use up their out-of-date flares on Bonfire Night"
Sharon Went Alleyne and Arthur Alleyne are now 'on land' in St Lucia
The 2014 phases are nearing completion, ready for a winter settlement period
Relatives appeal for help from boaters to locate Sharon Went Alleyne and Arthur Alleyne