Money

Many people will have made a resolution to reorganise their money matters this year – it's probably one of the top three 2014 promises, alongside shedding a bit of weight and doing more exercise.

Letter from the editor: We're all in this together!

The day could hardly have begun any worse. A little before 8am yesterday, I was prone in a dentist’s chair.

Rocket to the Moon, National Theatre: Lyttelton, London

Biting drama with not too much filling

The Hacker: This is not the same old story, I really did tame the Old Course

Not being one to brag – mainly because I've never had much to brag about – I find it difficult to recount my experience on the Old Course at St Andrews last week without a note of triumphalism creeping in.

Stewart appeals against murder conviction

A former Sunday school teacher jailed for murdering her policeman husband and her ex-lover's wife has launched an appeal bid against her conviction.

Long Run heads to Aintree

The new chasing king, Long Run, is enjoying a weekend off but the good news for his growing army of fans is that he may be back in action before the season's end. The near-black gelding emerged from his stable yesterday morning with barely a hair turned after his stunning record-time Gold Cup defeat of the two former Cheltenham champions, Denman and Kauto Star and a trip to Aintree next month beckons.

James Lawton: Youth has its day as Long Run's brilliance ushers in a new order

It was everything you would have wanted on a sunlit diamond of an afternoon – and then a little more.

Deborah Ross: Teeth have got some nerve acting like this

If you ask me: Do your ears flinch when you eat ice-cream, or come out in a piece of toffee?

Anna Dello Russo: 'I've finally been invited to the ball'

How the fashion editor became as big a story as the catwalks she covers

Sloane Crosley: 'Perhaps my neighbours are trapped under some very weighty pieces of furniture – a girl can dream'

They say it's not the snoring itself but those anxiety-packed moments in between snorts. It's the waiting for the nasal passages of the person lying beside you to strike again. And strike it always does. In the dark, almost against your will, you produce that special glare reserved for people who cannot control their own behaviour. Though I am not currently living with a snorer, I long for the days when I was... because anything would be better than the wait for the neighbours to have their next party.

Navarra Quartet, Wigmore Hall

Beethoven’s deafness was a noisy affair, with his dying hearing-sensors sending dreadfully garbled messages to his brain, but you’d never know it from the magisterial poise of the music he went on writing.

Wife found guilty of double murder

A former Sunday school teacher has been found guilty of murdering her husband and her lover's wife.

John Walsh: Not the done thing, Melissa

An unusual phenomenon has been sighted in the Hollywood hills, a rare beast that many people thought extinct, if it ever existed at all. It's the sight of somebody in the US film industry Going Too Far.

Patients putting off treatment, warn dentists

People may be putting off getting dental treatment due to financial worries, a survey has suggested.

Just Go With It (12A)

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