Caleb Ewan picked up his second stage win of the 2019 Giro d’Italia as the Australian took the honours on what could be the last bunch finish of this year’s race. The Australian won stage 11 for Lotto-Soudal
The vibe for this year’s Vale of Glamorgan festival – celebrating its 50th anniversary – has been celebratory and upbeat, with Sandbox Percussion reinforcing the feelgood factor in their exuberant St Hall
After seven days of negotiations Rafael Benítez and Mike Ashley are still attempting to reach a deal to extend the Spaniard’s contract as Newcastle United’s manager. A face-to-face meeting between Benítez
When women are over-represented in the workforce, it tends be in industries of assistance – cleaning, nursing, secretarial work and, now, the world of virtual assistants. Research by Unesco has shown using
Green. A totally green garden without colourful flowers. Some black rocks. That’s about it. At first glance, it is the sort of garden a bee might buzz straight through on its way to a more nourishing To
Mired in a political scandal that forced the resignation of the deputy vice-chancellor and the collapse of their government, the Austrian people have found their voice through that protest song standard:
Joe Root has re-visited his responsibilities as England’s one-day anchor ahead of the World Cup after admitting he got slightly carried away during the recent series victory over Pakistan. There is little
A debut poetry collection made entirely from formal evidence given during the second inquest into the 1989 Hillsborough disaster has been shortlisted for one of the UK’s most prestigious poetry awards.
Tiny fossils found in mudrock in the barren wilderness of the Canadian Arctic are the remains of the oldest known fungus on Earth, scientists say. The minuscule organisms were discovered in shallow water
The parents of a Muslim convert who left his Oxford home for Syria and was suspected of joining Islamic State sent or tried to send him money when they had “every reason” to suspect it could be used to
Sir Philip Green plans to close 23 UK stores with the loss of 520 jobs as part of a financial rescue plan for his retail empire, which takes in Topshop, Dorothy Perkins, Miss Selfridge, Wallis, Evans Burton.
A baby that was cut from his mother’s womb by attackers who killed the pregnant woman is clinging to life and has opened his eyes. The infant boy, taken alive in the incident in the Chicago area last known
In a proportional representation election, it can be counterproductive to become embroiled in debates on tactical voting (Letters, 21 May). However, my mind goes back to the debacle in the north-west during
The harmful effects of air pollution during early life deserve greater attention (Air pollution damages ‘every organ in the body’, 18 May). Ongoing research in the US has reported that exposure during
A West Ham United fan has been fined after pleading guilty to a racially aggravated offence at a Carabao Cup game between the east London club and Tottenham Hotspur at the London Stadium last October.
Late-night hosts focused on Donald Trump’s latest failure in court and the prospect of one of his cases being seen by the former supreme court nominee Merrick Garland. The Late Show with Stephen Colbert
Amateur boxing’s governing body, Aiba, has been stripped of its right to host the Tokyo 2020 Olympic boxing tournament. However the International Olympic Committee has confirmed that boxing will continue
A breakfast sandwich of sausage, bacon and egg has a carbon footprint equivalent to a 12-mile drive. This is according to a campaign group called the Eating Better Alliance. In terms of public health this,