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Heaton, Butler and Bayne, Floral Street, London

Could this former stained-glass factory become a theatreland favourite, asks Amol Rajan.

Mozzarella and More, 257 King's Road, Chelsea, London

How Italian do you like your Italian restaurant? Do you enjoy the full theatricals of gesticulating padrone, chequered napery and yard-long pepper grinder? Would you prefer the Milanese chic of L'Anima? How about the small-plates-of-something-from-Liguria connoisseurship of Bocca di Lupo?

Omagh bombing: The bomb planted by the Real IRA, which killed 29 people including the mother of unborn twins, in Omagh in August 1998 was the worst atrocity of the Northern Irish conflict

Two men found responsible for Omagh bombing after landmark civil action

Two men connected to the republican movement in Northern Ireland have been ruled responsible for the Omagh bombing after a landmark civil action.

'Lost' Banksy is withdrawn from auction

Mystery deepens over work that disappeared from Poundland wall

Rutherford & Son, Viaduct Theatre, Halifax

Going into the family business has always been a path fraught with peril. To the uncharitable outside observer success is served up on a plate whilst failure – even mediocrity - is seen as some kind of comeuppance for having an unfair advantage.

Loyalist protesters converge on Belfast City Hall yesterday

Man arrested after gunshots during Belfast rioting

A man has been arrested in Belfast, Northern Ireland, on suspicion of attempted murder after gunshots were reportedly fired during clashes between police and loyalist protesters.

America's yule log blazes no more

They are wandering around the National Christmas Tree on the Ellipse, disoriented and stunned. Like George Bailey as if he'd never been born. Or Scrooge glimpsing Christmas future.

Neil Black: The mentor who knew how to find winning line

Jim Alder was the man who got Neil Black into athletics and who guided him, as his coach, to victories over Steve Cram and Sebastian Coe. The 72-year-old has long been an inspirational figure in the North-east, the trailblazer who paved the way for Brendan Foster, Mike McLeod, Charlie Spedding and Cram – all Olympic medal winners.

Shocking CCTV footage shows a Volvo crashing into the Three Elms pub in Brixham, Devon

Dramatic crash video released to highlight anti-drink-driving campaign

Dramatic footage of a drunken motorist crashing into a pub was released by police today as part of an anti-drink-driving campaign.

Jury rules that falling masonry death at restaurant was accidental

The death of a man killed by a piece of falling masonry as he sat at a restaurant was an accident, an inquest jury has ruled.

My baptism of fire with the famous on the Fringe

Gina Allum recalls David Baddiel and Bettany Hughes in Edinburgh

Dock Kitchen, Portobello Dock, 342-344 Ladbroke Grove, London

It's funny how just walking into the Dock Kitchen makes you feel trendy. Perhaps it's the neighbours. Stevie Parle's dockside restaurant is part (easily the largest part) of an industrial complex. Lurking beneath it, like a chic troll, is the designer Tom Dixon's studio, while next door is the HQ of Innocent, the smoothies firm.

Team GB's athletics captain Dai Greene says the pressure is on

Team GB captain Dai Greene admits pressure is ahead of tonight's final after golden weekend

Team GB's athletics captain Dai Greene has said that the pressure is now on after Britain's Olympics success at the weekend.

Over 800 held after police break child-trafficking ring

A huge operation involving 10,000 police officers has broken up a child-trafficking ring operating in 15 Chinese provinces, leading to the arrest of 802 people, after babies were being auctioned off to the highest bidder for up to £5,000 each.

John McGuinness returns to the Isle of Man

Motorcycling: Risking all for a win at speed

Infamous Isle of Man TT circuit poses extraordinary dangers but riders just keep coming

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