A look ahead to the international friendly fixture at the Aviva Stadium
Shelley Rudman has weighty expectations for the Winter Olympics in Sochi next year as she bids to improve on the shock skeleton silver medal she claimed at the Turin Games in 2006.
Test breakthrough links man who confessed to the 1960s killing spree with the final victim
Baltic state will be 18th to adopt single currency, despite opposition within the country
David Cameron and Nick Clegg vowed today that the Coalition would last until polling day 2015, as they emphatically committed themselves to a full five-year deal for the first time.
Samantha Murray won a brilliant silver medal to maintain Great Britain's record of having picked up a modern pentathlon medal at every Olympics since the women's event was introduced to the programme in Sydney in 2000.
Director Birger Larsen explains to Gerard Gilbert how he plans to bring Nordic grit to his first BBC crime series
Birger Larsen will bring Nordic grit to his first BBC crime series
Latvia's handsome capital embraces the onset of winter with festivities and a warm welcome for visitors. Simon Calder reports
As Latvia marks 20 years of independence, its capital has reinvented itself as an intriguing tourist destination. William Cook relishes his time in a revitalised Riga
The Latvian resort of Jurmala is giving new life to its historic spa traditions, says Alice Azania-Jarvis
An exhibition of artefacts and photographs from the notorious ‘Siege of Sidney Street,’ a gun fight between police and burglars which took place on 2nd January 1911, goes on show at the Museum of London Docklands on Saturday.
This 19th-century manor house is in the vanguard of Latvia's hotel revolution, says Adrian Mourby
'For you. From Latvia." Our taxi driver leaned forward to hand over a punnet of strawberries. So much for the superiority of English strains; these were the best I'd tasted by a long way. The gesture – made midway through a journey from Riga to the spa town of Jurmala – had involved a mini detour to an outdoor market where everything, we were strenuously assured, was locally produced: Latvian cucumbers, Latvian yoghurt, Latvian curd, Latvian strawberries.
Roger Federer made the worst possible start to his claycourt season with an error-strewn defeat against Ernests Gulbis, the nervy Latvian sealing a 2-6 6-1 7-5 win on his seventh match point.