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It's expected £328m will be spent on the project

England Lions’ Joe Root is bowled after making 179

Geoff Miller orders England to step it up or pay the price

When Geoff Miller talks of players going through the motions and the need for matters to be rectified you can be sure that you are on the naughty stool. Miller has made it his business as the national selector to be  emollient to the point of blandness.

Café culture coming to Princes Street as Edinburgh's most famous thoroughfare undergoes a makeover

It is one of the few high streets in Britain bereft of cafés and bars. But now Edinburgh’s most famous thoroughfare, Princes Street, could be about to undergo a drastic makeover from shopping mecca to gourmet destination.

Starchitect’s Maze peace centre forgot the Irish

There are two things about Daniel Libeskind’s design for the peace centre on the Maze prison site that are disappointing. The first is that the design language is unremarkable. This is yet another Libeskind signature building, a generically shattered architecture that, in this case, expresses loss, violence and a degree of reconciliation. But the design is not inherently different to Berlin’s Jewish Museum, which made Libeskind a starchitect, or his Las Vegas buildings.

Royal Ontario Museum, Toronto

Design row over peace-building centre

Architect Daniel Libeskind has been criticised by his peers for failing to reflect unique nuances of The Troubles

Labour's return from the local elections shows a party that has missed the electorate's sweet-spot

The last few weeks have been disastrous for Miliband. And this was no turnaround

The Longship (Roskilde 6). The largest Viking ship ever discovered. The 37 metres long warship was built in southern Norway around 1025, and deliberately sunk in Denmark in the mid-11th century.

British Museum to display largest Viking ship ever discovered following £135m building revamp

Senior figures at the British Museum will next year realise a dream when they display the largest Viking ship ever discovered as part of a major new blockbuster exhibition.

Newcastle United 0 Liverpool 6 match report: Daniel Sturridge fills gap to pile agony on Alan Pardew

Even without Suarez Liverpool inflict worst home defeat for 87 years

Liz Moore: ‘Heft’, her second novel, is moving but never maudlin

Paperback review: Heft, By Liz Moore

He's big and round, in a good way

Portraits of children and youths who survived the massacre on the island of Utoeya outside Oslo (Andrea Gjestvang)

Portraits of survivors of Norway’s Utoeya massacre take top Sony prize

Portraits of survivors of Norway’s Utoeya massacre took the overall winner prize at the 2013 Sony World Photography Awards.

Mather’s refit of the National Maritime Museum, Greenwich

Rick Mather: Architect hailed for his subtle and light-filled renovations of historic buildings

The architect Rick Mather is celebrated for renovations of British museums and galleries that amounted to re-founding them, because with subtlety, refinement and, above all, respect for their traditions and collections, he made historic spaces work as modern institutions. His great imaginative gift was to take a dark or enclosed space and let in light and air.

The Business Matrix: Thursday 25 April 2013

Eurotunnel sees revenues rise 8%

Dame Zaha Hadid has won The Veuve Clicquot Business Woman of the Year award

Top architect Dame Zaha Hadid wins Veuve Clicquot Business Woman of the Year award

An Iraqi-British architect who has helped to design some of the most renowned buildings in the world, including the aquatics centre for the London 2012 Olympics, has won a prestigious business award.

A picture of Stephen Lawrence is displayed inside St Martin-in-the-Fields Church ahead of a memorial service

'The Met won’t forget Stephen Lawrence': Police chief Sir Bernard Hogan-Howe vows to catch killers on anniversary of murder

Metropolitan Police Commissioner Sir Bernard Hogan-Howe promised Doreen Lawrence that his force would catch the racist killers who murdered her teenage son Stephen, while meeting her at a memorial service today.

Norman Foster's interest in art surfaced quite early on

The arty side of Norman Foster in France

The world's most famous architect, Norman Foster, 77, designed the Carré d'Art in Nîmes, France, more than 20 years ago. Now he's about to curate his first art show in it, largely made up of works by the artists he collects.

Pancras International launches majestic new public artwork called 'Cloud : Meteoros' by Lucy & Jorge Orta for a new initiative called 'Terrace Wires'

Clouds gather inside London's St Pancras station

Clouds are gathering inside London's St Pancras International station. Luckily rain is not forecast, but the fluffy-looking arrivals are a piece of public artwork by British sculptor Lucy Orta and her husband Jorge.

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