Bridalveil Fall, El Capitan and Cathedral Rocks in Yosemite National Park, California
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What is ‘wilderness’ and how to save it?

How our view of wild areas has developed and why modern farming does not have to be at odds with the ‘natural’ landscape

Craig Reedie
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Anti-doping chief on Russian cheating

Wada president Craig Reedie recalls his shock at discovering how far Moscow officials went to falsify athletes’ samples

Robin Lane Fox

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Arabella Lennox-Boyd’s planting scheme enhances Zaha Hadid’s striking extension at London’s Serpentine Sackler Gallery
The Red Arrows flying over Admiralty Arch during the Queen’s 90th birthday celebrations in 2016
©John Stillwell/Admiralty Arch

Admiralty Arch: London’s grand entrance

Built to be part-triumphal gateway, part-residence and part-office, the monument now has a new guise — as a hotel and apartments

Yukio Hatoyama
©Jeremie Souteyrat

Yukio Hatoyama, Japan’s ex-prime minister

The outspoken former leader supports Russia’s annexation of Crimea and has apologised for Japanese war crimes

A beach near Natal
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Brazil’s Natal: vision built on sand?

The city in the nation’s north-east has been transformed by a pre-Olympics building boom, but now property prices are falling

Yorkshire has the perfect Dales pitch

The national park in northern England is expanding in size — and popularity

A pool house in Biarritz, France, designed by Atelier Delphine Carrère
©Antoine Huot

Bespoke pool houses make a splash

Whether used as a party room, hideaway or study, a waterside structure is an important adjunct of holiday and country homes

Property law

How tenants can take over their building

The first option is to form a company that applies to take control of the landlord’s management functions but not the ownership

Phelps Hall at Yale University in New Haven
©Ian Dagnall/Alamy

New Haven: a city with appeal beyond Yale

Connecticut’s second-largest city is developing a cultural character of its own thanks to its galleries, museums and theatres

Blakeney quay in North Norfolk
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North Norfolk: a backwater with buzz

The county’s coastal villages are a hit with buyers from London — and prices are rising

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