Prices at 15,000 establishments across the country fall by 7.5 per for one day
Claims that ban would be introduced to reflect beliefs of Muslim owners rubbished by Championship side
Gareth Steenson struck a penalty in the 79th minute to clinch a remarkable 40-39 victory for Exeter against Gloucester in front of a full house at Sandy Park.
Clermont Auvergne 16 Munster 10: Munster colossus hopes watching Gatland saw enough despite semi-final cup defeat
Princesses Beatrice and Eugenie, Hugh Laurie, Hugh Bonneville, Example and Daisy Lowe are among stars to attend alternative Bond events
Welcome to the Edinburgh Bragging Festival, I hope you like telling everyone how excellent you are! The first thing to do is hang pictures of your brilliant face everywhere, but much bigger than your actual face, so that everyone can see from 500 yards how brilliant your face is (who knew there was that much Photoshop in the world?) Next, collect as many stars as you can and plaster your face and your Twitter feed with them in a row. Now, we can all start getting jealous of each other!
Harlequins have been given a kind draw for the group stages of next season's Heineken Cup. Biarritz will provide the English champions with their stiffest opposition in Pool Three, which is also made up of Ireland's weakest province, Connacht, and Zebre of Italy.
A shoulder injury has forced 'Mad Dog' to call it quits. He talks to James Corrigan
An Irish ultra runner has revealed a bottle of beer helped him become the only man on the planet to run seven marathons on seven continents in less than five days.
Northampton Saints 36 Munster 51: Irish Heineken Cup dominance intensifies at expense of another English club
Scarlets 17 Northampton Saints 29
It is a truth universally acknowledged that video games are brilliant. While it's true that books are rewarding - and venturing into that strange, brightly lit place they call 'outside' is to be encouraged - sometimes you just want to kick back, veg out and shoot pixelated bad guys.
The Rugby World Cup, sponsored by Heineken, kicks off in New Zealand on 9 September. Unless you're very lucky or very rich, you probably won't get the chance to see any of it in the flesh, but we can give you the next best thing: the chance to watch it on your very own, very expensive home cinema system.
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