17 dead in Philippines clothing store fire

A fire at a clothing store in the southern Philippines has killed 17 employees, most of whom were women who were asleep and trapped on the top floor, officials said.

Breakin' Convention, Sadler's Wells, London

The May Bank Holiday may have been wet and bitterly cold, but Breakin’ Convention hasn’t lost its bounce. Now in its ninth year, the festival of hip hop dance theatre has a solid history, covering everything from rising youth groups to international acts. The weekend festival will be followed by a UK tour; today’s performance will be streamed live online.

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Coldplay's Chris Martin reveals tinnitus struggle

Coldplay frontman Chris Martin has revealed that years of playing live has left him with tinnitus.

'Sleep diet' may be the best way to slim says research

A “sleep diet” may be the best way to slim for someone with an inherited tendency to put on weight, research suggests.

Frankel, rated the world’s best horse, is to work in public on Sunday

Newmarket to get free preview of Frankel

Those who get to Newmarket on Sunday with time to spare before the 1,000 Guineas card will have the considerable bonus of seeing the best horse on the planet go through his paces before racing.

Tanning salons failing to check teens' sunbed use

Tanning salons are still putting teenagers at risk of skin disease by failing to check the age of sunbed users.

Thrust of the argument: Fans can now tell the players what they think of them directly on Twitter, like the thumbs-up, thumbs-down for Roman gladiators

David Flatman: Don't push it, gladiators might just decide to attack the trolls

From the Front Row: They write off someone's career, press send and nip off for a cup of tea

American nuns say prayers next to the World Trade Center site in New York

Vatican censures 'feminist' nuns for supporting US healthcare reform

Holy See faces new PR disaster as it orders a crackdown on what it views as liberal dissenters

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The 10 Best in-flight essentials

1. Neal's Yard Frankincense Hydrating Facial Mist

£10.50, boots.com

If you have oily skin, you probably don't want to use one of the heavier 24-hour moisturisers. Instead, plump for this hydrating spray with frankincense.

Paul Gascoigne celebrates scoring from a free-kick against Arsenal in 1991

Injuries put David Bentley in the running

Harry Redknapp yesterday raised the possibility of recalling Tottenham's forgotten man David Bentley to the bench for tomorrow's FA Cup semi-final against Chelsea, such is the extent of the squad's injuries.

Blinded mother Tina Nash describes her loss

A mother-of-two whose boyfriend throttled her unconscious and gouged out her eyes said today he "robbed me of one of the most precious things in life".

And relax: Rebecca Newman and Alan Dolan at his retreat Nazaret in Lanzarote

Take a deep breath: Discover the power of oxygen at a transformational breathing retreat

Lanzarote airport. Sugar-hyped children. Suntans. A smattering of leopard print. One lone female on a plastic seat, weeping. Reader, she was me, after an intensive breathing retreat.

Height linked to ovarian cancer

Tall women are at greater risk of ovarian cancer, new research has shown.

'Elvis' armed robber jailed for life

A serial armed robber who dressed up as Elvis Presley and sported other bizarre disguises when he targeted betting shops across Britain was today jailed for life.

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