The future of a rare, seaweed-eating sheep in Orkney looks more secure, thanks to the work of a new charity.
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Hats off to Penmayne of London and Katherine Hooker at Cheltenham as their collaboration provides brilliant combinations of hats and coats for this year's Cheltenham
The rocky landscape of Iceland is ideal to put the new Toyota Land Cruiser to the test
This romantic treehouse has five star amenities on tap
45 Jermyn Street is open all day and night until 11pm, and whether you have breakfast, lunch or dinner you can be sure you're in safe hands
Country mouse attends the world’s biggest dog show.
Do you know your wisdom from a kettle?
Grey squirrel crackdown planned.
As Country Life’s Editor, Mark Hedges, reports on a special stalking trip to Scotland and how best to cook venison in this week’s issue, we recommend three more tasty recipes…
The west coast of Scotland has seen an incredibly successful breeding season for sea birds
Paula Lester has a polo lesson at the Beaufort Polo Club.
A sleepy Cotswold village is engaged in a battle with the National Trust to preserve the tranquility of their surroundings
Countryside investment is great value for money, according to a new report
Campaigns to help farms which are to be seriously affected by HS2 are stepping up their efforts
Speculation that next week's Queen's Speech will herald changes to access laws that enable energy companies to explore for shale gas without permission from landowners is causing debate in the…
Prince Charles has brought a group together in an effort to conceive a national strategy to preserve the red squirrel
Campaigners have vowed to keep up the pressure even though HS2 came closer to becoming a reality last week in Parliament
A campaign by Country Life has succeeded in achieving a turnaround on the living quarters of the Bishop of Bath and Wells
One of the most recognisable mountains in the Lake District has come onto the market, alongside its manorial title