Post-punk titans Wire discuss their art and influences ahead of this year's Festival No. 6.
Protesters have vowed to continue after Caudrilla announces plans to scale back their operation
Tom Bawden visits the West Sussex village where events are shaking up old allegiances
Councils no longer able to investigate issues such as seismic activity, venting and potential impact on ground water supplies
18 dead at British-owned platinum mine as authorities lose patience with rival factions in industrial dispute
Keira plays Karenina ‑ the race for the Oscars starts here
Uefa president declares himself 'very, very happy' with the co-hosts of Euro 2012
The extreme climber known to some as Spiderman has struck again: this time, on France's new tallest building.
Emergency workers were searching for the occupants of six homes last night after a US Navy jet crashed into a group of apartment buildings.
Experts believe they are close to confirming that a lost Leonardo da Vinci masterpiece has been found in the cavity of a medieval Italian building, following the detection of paint similar to that used in the Mona Lisa.
Bush House has been an iconic feature of the BBC since 1925 when it was opened by Lord Balfour.
Surprise amateur contender Tom Lewis showed he had the grit to go with his guile after refusing to allow his Open dream to fall apart with one bad round.
The release of thousands of emails from her time in office caps an uncomfortable week for the Tea Party star
The truly distinguishing feature of Bill Clements was not his outsize Texas personality – complete with a rags-to-riches ascent from oil-patch roughnecker to powerhouse industrialist, a straight-shooting and often acerbic style, and a blithe indifference to what lesser men might consider gaffes. It was that he transformed the politics of the second most populous state in the union, eclipsed today in presidential electoral votes only by California.
As City waved goodbye to a trophyless era, their captain was refusing to commit his future
New classes for the DIY illiterate are bringing back those long forgotten skills, says Annie Deakin