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Sub Pop: 25 years of underground rock

There's a silver jubilee party in Seattle next week, and an unlikely one at that. Sub Pop – the grunge label! The Nirvana label! The label with all …

Twitter UK reports retained profits of less than £100,000

Twitter, which is tipped for an $11bn (£7.3bn) stock market flotation in New York, has filed small company accounts in Britain, reporting retained …

Summer homes and gardens: what we like this week - in pictures

Anxious, austerity-minded, but worldly: the young Britons of Generation A

Across Europe, more than five million twentysomethings have seen their aspirations buried under a mountain of debt, and had their epitaph written: …

Australia 16 Lions 41: Warren Gatland stayed true to his beliefs and united four nations into a winning force

Mission accomplished, series won, the entire concept of the Lions has been validated. That is the only important fact after the record-breaking win over the Wallabies.<p>Yes, they will bang on about Warren Gatland being vindicated, about his faith in his Welshmen bearing fruit, about the selection …

Manner of Lions' win could have far-reaching consequences in Australia | Robert Kitson

The Ashes do not begin until Wednesday but Australian sport has already taken a heavy blow to the nether regions. If losing to the British & Irish …

Sun + people = happiness? What's the link between weather and wellbeing? http://gu.com/p/3h2zv/tw Stow those cagoules! Pretend you like prosecco rosé! The Met Office is forecasting something unexpected. A proper summer with – here's a new word for younger readers – sun. Apparently, people in industrialised countries such as the UK spend, on average, 93% of their time indoors, disconnected from the weather. If the weather were better we might go outdoors more and that percentage would fall, but would we be happier? Photograph: Mundus Images/Alamy