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Mark Ronson, the producer who collaborated on Amy Winehouse's Back To Black album, joined the mourners at the singer's traditional Jewish funeral.

Private funeral held for Amy Winehouse

The grief-stricken father of singer Amy Winehouse told her to "sleep tight" today as her family and friends said their last goodbyes.

Video: Banksy's tribute to Winehouse?

A spray painting of Amy Winehouse believed to be by anonymous street artist Banksy has appeared in Camden.

Business Diary: Taxman needs to print more paper

It may be lucky that HM Revenue & Customs was not in charge when the country needed a boost from quantitative easing. The hapless taxman yesterday revealed that it had failed to send out thousands of reminders to citizens to pay their bills on time because it had, er, run out of paper. A red-faced Revenue spokesman admitted that the cock-up had come about due to an "exceptionally high demand this year".

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The burden of the exceptionally talented is that what they leave undone, no others can do

Amy Winehouse: The leader of the pack

Without Amy Winehouse there would have been no Adele, no Duffy, no Lady Gaga – she shaped the current music scene even as she withdrew from it. Harriet Walker charts the legacy of an old-school star

Letters: Norway shooting

The Norwegian Prime Minister, Jens Stoltenberg, is deserving of the highest praise for his comments calling for "more democracy and more openness" after the tragic killings.

Autopsy fails to identify singer's cause of death

Amy Winehouse's friends and family may have to wait a month to find out the cause of the singer-songwriter's death, after a post-mortem examination was unable to establish a formal cause.

Recriminations fly over decision to let Winehouse make final tour

A dispute has broken out between Amy Winehouse's management and her record label in the wake of the 27-year-old singer's death at the weekend.

Father 'speechless' over Amy Winehouse death

The grief-stricken parents of Amy Winehouse today made an emotional visit to see the tributes left outside the home where she died.

Sales of Amy Winehouse records surge

Sales of Amy Winehouse records have surged since her death, with her acclaimed second album Back to Black re-entering the charts almost five years after its release.

Letter from the editor: A gruesome weekend

What a gruesome weekend. The news from Norway was almost too awful to comprehend.

Leading article: Lost greatness

The news of her death was shocking, but sadly no one could say it was unexpected. That precocious, extravagant talent which brought Amy Winehouse success and critical acclaim was matched by her capacity for self-destruction. In an example of the enigma of human creativity, she was able to use the chaotic darkness of her addictions – drink, drugs and toxic relationships – to create music and lyrics which channelled her hurt and despair into great songs which immediately spoke to millions. And she delivered them in that astonishing voice, one of the greatest of modern times, as powerfully and immediately moving as those of Billie Holiday, Edith Piaf and Maria Callas.

Hermione Eyre: Winehouse weaved suffering into her songs

It is painful to hear a new posthumous echo on that great voice, always so contemporary and intimate
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