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Dragons make for an uncomfortable drive

Things have changed in the 10 years since I last sat behind the wheel of a car

Hock ready to say adieu with victory over France before joining exodus Down Under

As far as world-class forwards are concerned, England might not be sure whether they are coming or going at Hull KR this afternoon.

SpaceX Dragon capsule: Cargo ship reaches International Space Station

Astronauts plucked a commercial cargo ship from orbit and attached it to the International Space Station, marking the reopening of a US supply line to the orbital outpost following the space shuttles' retirement last year.

Rocket blasts off on Sunday as it heads for space carrying the company's Dragon CRX-1 spacecraft from Pad 40 at Cape Canaveral, Florida

Private rocket blasts off for ISS

A commercial cargo craft has been blasted into orbit bound for the International Space Station, the first of a dozen supply runs under a mega-contract with Nasa.

SpaceX Dragon capsule: First commercial cargo ship sent to International Space Station

A commercial cargo ship rocketed into orbit in pursuit of the International Space Station, the first of a dozen supply runs under a mega-contract with Nasa.

DVD: Community: Second Season (15)

Modern Family may bag the Emmys and kudos, but this deranged US comedy, with Chevy Chase (yes, Fletch), is funnier.

James Graham: His ban will rule him out of England's autumn internationals

James Graham to miss 12 matches for ear bite

James Graham will miss England's autumn internationals after being banned for 12 matches for ear-biting.

Sykes to the rescue again for wildcats

For the second time in two games, a late drop-goal from Paul Sykes gave Wakefield a win to keep their play-off hopes alive. It was 30 points apiece at Hull KR with 40sec left when Sykes, who did the same to St Helens last week, slotted for 31-30.

Dag Soras: 'I have a fear of flying. Some friends drink alcohol to calm themselves down. I board the plane feeling so hungover I will welcome death with open arms'

It's not all like The Killing. We can be funny too...

Scandinavian comedians hope to cash in on success of crime dramas

As part of the celebrations for the Duanwu festival dancers took to the stage dressed as flowers for the opening ceremony

Picture Of The Day: Enter the dragon dancers

Beijing's three-day celebrations for the Duanwu festival, also known as the Dragon Boat Festival for the vessels that are raced to mark the occasion, began to blossom yesterday as dancers took to the stage dressed as flowers for the opening ceremony.

Pulling power: Paddy Flynn of Widnes tries to pull back London's Jamie O'Callaghan in yesterday's 28-24 Broncos win

Warriors well on top despite mystery try

Catalan Dragons 14 Wigan Warriors 36: Wigan see off challenge from Dragons to maintain their Super League lead

Wales' James Hook practises his kicking in Brisbane yesterday

Menzies to break League's age record

Steve Menzies is set to break a Super League record today as the Catalan Dragons forward, at the age of 38 and 188 days, becomes the oldest player to play in the competition.

How Dawnguard is looking to tempt us back to Skyrim

I have to admit it has been a while since I adventured in the land of Skyrim. It’s not the now-ubiquitous arrow to the knee that curtailed my wanderlust though – more that the seemingly inexhaustible province had begun to feel slightly over familiar.

Dragon spacecraft completes test flight with splashdown

The history-making Dragon spacecraft is back on Earth. Earth

Astronauts snare SpaceX Dragon capsule in historic first for private craft

Astronauts aboard the International Space Station captured Space Exploration Technologies' Dragon cargo ship today, the first privately owned vehicle to reach the orbital outpost.

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