Harry Clarke, who was driving a bin lorry last December in Glasgow when it crashed, killing six people, arrives at Glasgow Sheriff Court to give evidence to an inquiry into the tragedy, August 21st, 2015. Photograph: Andrew Milligan/PA Wire

A Glasgow bin lorry driver who blacked out at the wheel, sparking an incident which caused the deaths of six pedestrians, has refused to say sorry at (...)

File photograph of the scene in Glasgow’s George Square after a bin lorry crashed in the city centre and killed six people. Photograph: PA

The driver of the bin lorry that crashed in Glasgow killing six people has refused to answer a series of questions at the fatal accident inquiry into (...)

A file photo  of the scene in Glasgow  after a bin lorry crashed into a group of pedestrians. Photograph: PA

The driver of a runaway bin lorry that killed six people had suffered a blackout at the wheel years before, an inquiry has heard. Harry Clarke lost co(...)

A section of the ‘Saint Francis Xavier preaching in the Orient’ window from Harry Clarke Studios which sold for €31,000 at an auction on Tuesday night. Photograph: Fonsie Mealy Auctioneers.

An un-named Jesuit priest was the top bidder in a fiercely-contested auction on Tuesday night of stained glass church windows made by the renowned (...)

A national heritage group has appealed for Irish investors to purchase a collection of stained glass church windows created at the studio of Dublin artist Harry Clarke. Image: Fonsie Mealy Auctioneers.

A national heritage group has appealed for Irish investors to purchase a collection of stained glass church windows created at the studio of Dublin ar(...)

A collection of stained glass windows from the Harry Clarke Studios has come to light and is to be sold at auction. Photographs supplied by Fonsie Mealy Auctioneers.

A collection of stained glass church windows from Dublin’s renowned Harry Clarke studio has come to light and is to be sold at auction later this mon(...)

The sheer quantity of information produced since the digital age began some two decades ago is astounding. In bulk at least, it dwarfs everything that(...)

Jonathan Bardon: many authors, while (rightly) concerned to be scholarly, do not seem to put themselves out to be lucid, lively and just plain readable

Historian Jonathan Bardon’s works include A History of Ulster (Blackstaff Press, 1992); Belfast: A Century (Blackstaff Press, 1999); Beyond the Stu(...)

Questions on Picasso came up in this year’s art history and appreciation papers. Photograph: Ralph Gatti/AFP/Getty Images

This year’s art history and appreciation papers (higher and ordinary levels) were broad, open and accessible, according to Liz Morrissey, ASTI subj(...)

What sets old houses apart from new builds, besides character and architectural curiosity, is that every period property has a past. While a house (...)