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Instruments belonging to a popular musician who died this summer have been stolen from his home. A blue electric Stratocaster guitar and a keyboard w(...)

 Pilgrims participating in World Youth Day 2016  in Blonia park in Krakow, Poland. Photograph: Jacek Turczyk/EPA

A little corner of Ireland has sprung up on the periphery of Krakow, Poland, for this week only. This is the Sw Kazimierza church and environs, which(...)

Actavo, owned by Denis O’Brien, will bid for Irish Water contracts said chief executive Sean Corkery. Photograph: David Sleator

The Denis O’Brien-owned industrial services group Actavo is likely to seek more work from State utility Irish Water, according to its chief executive(...)

Lauren Mayberry, frontwoman of Glasgow band Chvrches. Photograph: Getty

For a band that was supposedly born on the internet, Chvrches have had some growing pains to deal with online, too. In the days after their recent Gl(...)

Mazda’s new MX-5 RF is a hard-top semi-convertible, more in the traditions of a Targa top than a full convertible

What Glastonbury is to music, Goodwood has become to motoring fans. It was fitting that both events coincided last weekend, although the shadow of the(...)

 Chris Martin and Coldplay perform on the Pyramid Stage during the Sunday night of Glastonbury. Photograph: Andrew Cowie/EPA

The exodus has begun as campers make their way home from the Glastonbury Festival, leaving behind tonnes of debris. A major clean-up operation is und(...)

Pedestrians  pass a polling station on the day of the EU referendum. Photograph: Dylan Martinez/Reuters

Long queues in the rain lent a quintessentially British air to a historic EU referendum polling day, with many voters forced to navigate flooded stree(...)

Revellers carry their belongings as they arrive at Worthy Farm in Somerset for the Glastonbury Festival  on June 22nd, 2016. Photograph: Stoyan Nenov/Reuters

Glastonbury festival-goers will be glad to hear that the sun is predicted to come out on Thursday after arriving to a mud bath the day before as rain (...)

Louise McSharry (front) with Una Mullally on Dublin's South Wall. "When I was diagnosed with cancer, Louise was one of the first people I called, even though we weren’t particularly close. I was crying and asking for help and I knew I could trust her." Photograph: Eric Luke

Last March, on the night of the Choice Music Prize, I bumped into the 2fm presenter Louise McSharry at a book launch, and convinced her to get a cab (...)

The Siemens Healthineers   was ridiculed online – and rightly so. Photograph:  Paul Zinken/EPA

Up above the sky was blue and cloudless. On the ground thousands of people stood facing a stage flanked by screens and with a scaffold of lights and c(...)

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