Yesterday's Times (of London) newspaper included a crossword where all the answers were in Latin. Latin crosswords will now appear on a weekly basis in the newspaper. The first crossword was published in the Times in February 1930, and a few weeks later the newspaper published a Latin version. However, until yesterday, there hadn't been another one in the 85 years since then.
An article in the Times (which only subscribers can see, but there is a copy here) said that anyone with a basic grounding in Latin should be able to solve the puzzle. It is called O Tempora, the name being taken from Cicero's comment on the dissolute customs in Rome in 63BC, O tempora o mores (oh the times, oh the customs). It is set by Auctor. Llewelyn Morgan, an Oxford don, said that the Romans were very keen on puns and anagrams, such as amor (love) being Roma in reverse.