Winner of the fifth stage of the Vuelta a España Caleb Ewan celebrates ahead of German cyclist John Degenkolb and Slovenia’s Peter Sagan. Photograph: Getty.

(...) to clock up a stage win. Having done so on Wednesday’s flat 167.3 kilometre fifth stage from Rota, he(...)

(...) into the landscape. The flat roofs, dramatic horizontal lines, windows grouped in horizontal bands and(...)

15 Vesey Place, Dún Laoghaire: sea views to die for.

(...) been looking for a London flat, but the house, which had been divided into 12 bedsits, turned up on the(...)

Rovio has failed to create new hit games since the 2009 launch of Angry Birds, the top paid mobile app of all time, though it has tried to capitalise on its most successful brand by licensing its use on string of consumer products.

(...) been lower than expected so far this year, the company said on Wednesday, forecasting flat sales and(...)

Pat Smullen riding Brooch: the Juddmonte-owned filly lost her unbeaten record in June’s Pretty Polly Stakes. Photograph: Alan Crowhurst/Getty Images

Dermot Weld looks set to allow Brooch a chance to regain winning form at Group 3 level at the Curragh this Sunday. The Juddmonte-owned filly lost her(...)

Movistar’s Spanish cyclist Alejandro Valverde rounds the final bend ahead of Peter Sagan and Nicolas Roche to win the fourth stage of the 2015 Vuelta Espana. Photograph: Getty Images

(...) flat 167.3 km race between Rota and Alcalá de Guadáira. This seems destined for a bunch sprint, with(...)

Recorder, ridden by Frankie Dettori, seen wining the Acomb Stakes  at York, is a likely contender for the National Stakes during Champions Weekend at the Curragh.  Photograph: Anna Gowthorpe/PA

It is pitched as Irish racing’s shop-window to the flat racing world and those behind the €4(...)

A panel discussion with Roy Foster, Louise Ryan, Maurice Walsh and Diarmaid Ferriter takes place at the London Irish Centre on September 2nd.

Valera, who toured the US extensively in 1919 and 1920. As I write from my flat in North London, a(...)

 British driver Justin Wilson was declared dead after suffering a severe head injury during an IndyCar race in Pennsylvania, plunging the sport into mourning and triggering calls for a review of safety measures. Photograph: Getty Images

Mercedes remembered “a great driver and an even greater man...a true racer and a winner, flat out to the(...)

As with Kafka, what gives the fable its power is a combination of a religio-comic vision that sees seeking as spiritually essential but laughably futile and a fastidious style that enhances the comedy by deadpan delivery, the craziness by matter-of-fact logic and both by ridiculously prosaic detail

(...) scrupulously sober, concise and flat, suddenly becomes expansive and lyrical (that “great strand at evening(...)