Bath's attacking intent showcases the most ambitious of philosophies
Even the Barbarians would have baulked at some of the outrageous ambition shown by Bath's back line in the win over Exeter
Weekend rugby review: Bath inside centre Kyle Eastmond is good, but not good enough for England
Review: Our writers give their verdict on all the action over the weekend, select the Premiership XV and pick the best try, quote and star player
The devil in the detail
Henry Keogh was jailed for life for murdering his fiancée in a bath in 1994. But what if a key expert got it wrong, and she simply drowned?
Tried & Tested: Beauty products to beat the January blues
FEELING rundown or still suffering from the January blues? Worry not, Mary-ann Astle has some beauty products that will pick you up in a flash... Kerstin Florian Revitalising Bath & Body Oil If you want a pick-me-up then reach for the gorgeous Revitalising Bath & Body Oil (100ml, £36) from luxury spa brand Kerstin Florian. Beautifully fragrant and uplifting, this multi-use oil is 98 per cent ...
Bath forwards trio pen new deals
Bath have been served a boost ahead of their match with Gloucester this weekend with the news back-rows Matt Garvey, Guy Mercer and Leroy Houston have all signed new deals
Robert Jackson Promoted Land Conservation
Thursday, December 18, 2014 - 2:38pm Robert Henry Jackson, of Edgartown died peacefully on Oct. 18, surrounded by his family, after a long struggle with Parkinson?s disease and Lewy body dementia, at Hill House in Bath, Me. He was born Nov. 11, 1926 in Melrose to Robert Edward Jackson and Elizabeth McCaffrey Jackson of Wakefield, and raised in Wellesley. He was married to Hope Clark of Lexington ...
'So much didn't add up'
Anna-Jane Cheney had five life insurance policies in her name when she was found dead in her bath. But did Henry Keogh really murder her?
Glasgow's Matawalu to join Bath
Glasgow Warriors confirm their Fijian scrum-half Niko Matawalu will move to Bath in the summer
Unwanted gift extravaganza under way on Trade Me
Thousands of Kiwis are partaking in the annual trading of unwanted gifts on Trade Me today, as New Zealanders look to sell presents they never wanted, received two of, or didn?t fit.
'Complacency played a part in crash'
Team Bath's Sochi 2014 gold medallist Lizzy Yarnold tells BBC Sport about her "less than perfect" start to pre-season training.