Keeping up with the Jones! The multimillionaire neighbours who own the world's most expensive apartments in London By Anna Edwards PUBLISHED: 01:59 GMT, 3 March 2013 | UPDATED: 02:08 GMT, 3 March 2013 It is a central London apartment block with a price tag that only the world's richest can afford to pay. And the lavish apartments at the Candy & Candy development One Hyde Park has made the apartment block a billionaire-friendly zone. With apartments costing a cool 65m, it is unsurprising that only the wealthiest can afford to snap up the luxurious homes.
Join our gang – it's grate! Trio of raccoons pictured with their heads poking out of drainRow of cute creatures in grate pictured in California Raccoons were caught in the act by passing motorist | UPDATED: 22:52 GMT, 27 December 2012 They tend to make their beds in the hollow of a tree.
Arthur Scargill loses court battle to have costs of his London flat paid for rest of his LIFE by mining unionClaimed it was agreed with National Union of Mineworkers 30 years agoMr Justice Underhill ruled against the iconic leaderNUM General Secretary says it was 'regrettable' they had to bring the case | UPDATED: 20:29 GMT, 21 December 2012 Defeat: Arthur Scargill lost his High Court battle to have the miner's union pay for the rent on his London flat for the rest of his life today The former miners’ leader Arthur Scargill has lost his fight to have the National Union of Mineworkers pay the rent on his London flat for the rest of his life. Mr Scargill, 74, had argued that he signed a contract which entitled him to a property throughout his retirement
Financial controller jailed for stealing 90,000 from property tycoon husband of Holly ValanceRoss Smith changed invoices then paid by star developers Christian and Nick CandyFiddle linked to interior design budget of One Hyde Park in London – the world's most expensive housing projectSmith jailed for two years and says theft was easy because of mogul pair's 'lax' financial controls | UPDATED: 17:22 GMT, 17 December 2012 A crooked financial controller was jailed for two years today for stealing 90,000 from the property tycoon husband of former Neighbours star Holly Valance. Ross Smith, 26, altered invoices to syphon cash from Candy & Candy, run by brothers Christian and Nick Candy, into three bank accounts in his name over a two-and-a-half-year period.
Ex-Scotland rugby star David Tait who quit to become a banker falls to his death from Hong Kong flat in suspected suicideDavid Tait, 25, had played for Scotland and Premiership rugby In a brief statement, his family said they were 'devastated'Former Sharks' press officer: Everything appeared to indicate that Mr Tait was 'very happy' in Hong KongSecond unexpected death of a former Sale Sharks player this year | UPDATED: 17:12 GMT, 13 December 2012 Tragic: Former Sale Sharks rugby union player David Tait has died after falling from an apartment block in Hong Kong Former international rugby player David Tait has died after falling from an apartment block in Hong Kong.
Where will the young Cambridge family live Royal couple won't have permanent home by time baby is born early next summer Kate and William's planned move to glitzy new apartment 1A in Kensington Palace now unlikely to take place until October 2013 due to asbestosCouple will be shuttling between rented farmhouse on Anglesey in North Wales and Nottingham Cottage in grounds of Kensington Palace | UPDATED: 00:21 GMT, 5 December 2012 Delighted as she and William undoubtedly are, the duchess’s pregnancy could not have come at a more chaotic time for the royal couple. The duke is about to make one of the biggest decisions of his life so far – whether to extend his time in the RAF or quit to become a full-time working royal. And to make matters worse, the couple still won’t have a permanent home by the time the baby is born early next summer
Pictured: The colossal cap being lowered over exploded nuclear reactor to protect the world from Chernobyl's crumbling tombWorkers raised first section of colossal arch-shaped structure that will help clean up the consequences of explosion Upon completion, 1.2bn shelter will be moved on tracks over building containing destroyed reactor, allowing work to begin on dismantling the reactor and disposing of radioactive wasteWorld's worst nuclear accident led to more than 6,000 cases of cancer, 115,000 evacuations and 23 deathsPhotographs shows scene of devastation 26 years on from the Chernobyl disaster, leaving Pripyat a ghostly town | UPDATED: 02:57 GMT, 28 November 2012 Workers have raised the first section of a colossal arch-shaped structure that will cover the exploded nuclear reactor at the Chernobyl power station. It is part of a 1.2bn project to clean up the damage caused by the world's worst nuclear accident in the then Soviet republic of Ukraine – which led to more than 6,000 cases of cancer, 115,000 forced evacuations and 28 deaths due to radiation sickness.