South African Paralympic sprinter Oscar Pistorius is facing extra charges believed to relate to shootings from open-top car and at restaurant before Reeva Steenkamp death

Oscar Pistorius facing two more gun charges

Extra accusations believed to relate to shootings from open-top car and at restaurant before Reeva Steenkamp death

Edinburgh 2013: The Love Project - Documentary theatre with a big heart

Sixteen different real-life accounts of love are delivered by four actors in this nicely realised piece of verbatim theatre.

David Bowie in the video for 'Valentine's Day'

David Bowie returns with sedate video for new single 'Valentine's Day'

Legend takes a less controversial tone, after God-baiting video for 'The Next Day'

Oscar Pistorius at his bail hearing in February

Oscar Pistorius case: Family were 'shaken' by leaked photographs of star's bathroom

The comments, from Arnold Pistorius, uncle of the "Blade Runner", come as the athlete prepares once again to face the public gaze as he returns to court

Carl Pistorius appeared in court for culpable homicide of a 36-year-old woman

Oscar Pistorius' brother acquitted of culpable murder for the death of a female motorcyclist

Paralympic champions' older brother to face no further action in case of Maria Barnard's death

Thorntons' supermarket sales beat stores

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Museums dedicated to neon and mobsters, new bars, and a cultural centre – Chris Coplans on the reinvention of Sin City

Carl Pistorius, right, and Henke Pistorius, the brother and father of Olympic athlete Oscar Pistorius

Oscar Pistorius' brother Carl pleads not guilty in female motorcyclist road death trial

Carl Pistorius, the sharp suited brother of Paralympian double-amputee Oscar Pistorius, pleaded not guilty to a charge of culpable homicide for the death of a female motorcyclist in a 2008 road collision.

The theme of the Natural History Museum's Night Safari changes for each event, meaning you can delve deeper into your favourite aspect of natural history

Love among the dino bones: a safari on Valentine's night

Museums at night have a certain romance and none more so than London's Natural History Museum, though romance may not be the most appropriate word when you are standing next to the gigantic dinosaur in the main hall. A drink next to the dinosaur is just the prologue to an imaginative bi-monthly evening that the museum has started. Called Night Safari, it involves small groups going to several rooms where they meet scientists who introduce them to the institution's most cherished animals, from Guy the Gorilla to a killer shark.

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David Bowie's 'The Next Day' available free and in full streamed on iTunes

You can stream all 53 minutes of the musician's new album now on iTunes

Oscar Pistorius reports to Pretoria police station as part of bail conditions

First public appearance since bail hearing comes day after final images of Reeva Steenkamp alive are broadcast

Oscar Pistorius's older brother Carl also faces homicide trial over death of woman in car crash

Carl Pistorius faces charge of culpable homicide

Pistorius prosecution in disarray as lead detective is taken off case for attempted murder charges

Revival of charges against  Hilton Botha forces police to draft in replacement

Oscar Pistorius is transported

Oscar Pistorius 'involved in freak gun accident' weeks before Reeva Steenkamp shot

According to reports, officers who searched the home of the Olympic athlete after Reeva Steenkamp was killed are reported to have found steroids

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