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Ripple invested $30 million   in shares and warrants as part of the deal with MoneyGram. Photograph: iStock

MoneyGram surged as much as 176 per cent in pre-market trading after news of a tie-up with blockchain-technology company Ripple. The rally is reminisc(...)

Lord Alan Sugar with Dr Leah Totton. Dr Totton has decided to wait until the outcome of Brexit becomes clearer before opening a clinic in the Republic

Former BBC Apprentice winner Dr Leah Totton is scoping out Dublin to expand her range of clinics but has held off on making a decision because of bein(...)

Keith Flint of The Prodigy, performs at the 10th annual Incheon Pentaport Rock Festival in Incheon, west of Seoul in 2015. Photograph: Ed Jones /AFP/Getty Images

As the lead singer of The Prodigy, Keith Flint carried the sound of British rave music from an insular community of party-goers to an international au(...)

Keith Flint: found dead at his home

Keith Flint, the Prodigy lead singer who captured the hedonistic spirit of 1990s British rave culture, has died aged 49 in what the band’s founder de(...)

Charlie Connelly mixes historical anecdote with reportage and memoir as he goes “in search of the magic of radio”.

A veteran of the Royal Air Corps during the first World War and a cousin of the writer Aldous Huxley, Capt Peter Eckersley seems like an unlikely prec(...)

Artwork by Banksy found in Tailbach in Port Talbot, Wales. Photograph: Ben Birchall/PA Wire

A Banksy artwork painted on the side of a steelworker’s garage has been sold to an art dealer for a “six-figure sum”. John Brandler, 63, who owns Bra(...)

Grace Millane, 22, who is missing in New Zealand. The disappearance of the British backpacker is being treated as a suspected murder, police said. Photograph:: Lucie Blackman Trust/PA Wire

A man will be charged with the murder of British backpacker Grace Millane in New Zealand. The 26-year-old man has been speaking with police in Auckl(...)

The Abbey and Peacock theatres in Dublin.   “That profound, awkward ignominy of introducing someone new to your cultural capital is excruciating.” Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

As wheelchair users we had to make a decision. Either to go in the back entrance of The Gate or go in the main entrance of The Abbey. Both options mea(...)

Competitors line up before dawn on the beach in Tenby, Wales, before the start of the Wales Ironman earlier this month. Photograph: Andrew Testa/The New York Times

Ricky Hicks and Gary Evans scanned the list, searching for their names. Hicks spotted his first: No 647. It took Evans longer. No surprise, really – E(...)

Handout photo  of Andrew Lane  (L),  of Thurrock, Essex, England, with his wife Sue. Photograph: Slater and Gordon/PA Wire

A British cancer patient who lost most of his penis to a flesh-eating superbug after routine surgery has won a six-figure payout. Andrew Lane (63) co(...)

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