He's had more than 130 lovers and admits to being unfaithful to them all. But Michael Winner is to end his reign as Britain's most confirmed bachelor by finally marrying, at the age of 75.
Hernán Darío Gómez is facing calls to resign as Colombia’s head coach after punching a woman outside a bar in downtown Bogota.
Haverstock School in Chalk Farm, North London, has been described – in this column and elsewhere – as "Labour's Eton", for it educated not only the Miliband brothers, but also the former MP and mayoral candidate Oona King.
Joe Arroyo was the biggest star of 20th century Colombian music, and unquestionably one of the greatest salsa singers.
U2 didn't quite live up to the hype, but Coldplay and urban music stars make up for it
Our run down of the teams involved in the 2011 Copa America, which kicks off on July 1, continues with a closer look at Costa Rica.
We continue our run down of the teams involved in the 2011 Copa America, which kicks off on July 1, with a look at Columbia.
Panel of distinguished world figures wants an end to 50-year war on drugs
Police officers were caught napping at a top flight clash in Colombia as fans managed to smuggle in a coffin containing a corpse.
Belarusian dissidents have called on international pop stars to boycott their country in protest at the imprisonment of hundreds of pro-democracy activists.
Belarusian dissidents have called on international pop stars to boycott their country in protest at the ongoing imprisonment of hundreds of pro-democracy activists.
Pique has the good looks, the pop star girlfriend and the fashion contract. But, he prefers the quiet life, he tells Pete Jenson
Shaun Ryder doesn't understand his own songs.
Both KT Tunstall and newcomer Emma Gillespie are 'girls with guitars' who busked their way to record contracts at the age of 27. Except one of them got her break through a reality TV show. So how similar are they really?
Katy B, James Blake and Jamie Woon are the best of a new wave bringing the sound of the underground to the charts
"Thank you for making it happen," cooed the Colombian pop siren Shakira to her fans; "it" being her first tour date in Scotland. Presumably they didn't have as much to do with it as the event staff, her road crew and the car company whose sponsored branding adorned the articulated lorry-come-billboard parked out front, but the few thousand who had turned up deserved credit on such an awful night. Deepening snow outside and the theme of this T he Sun Comes Out tour sat uneasily alongside one another.