Ten years ago today, Arctic Monkeys released their debut album Whatever People Say I Am, That's What I'm Not. This is an archive interview from April 2006.
Manarola, Italy is one of the famed Cinque Terre towns, filled with an array of vibrant rainbow-colored homes carved right into an impenetrable wall of stone along the Mediterranean coast.
The veteran BBC broadcaster Terry Wogan died of cancer in the early hours of Sunday morning aged 77, his family has confirmed.
The news was fittingly announced on-air in a statement by Bob Shennan, the controller of Radio 2, the station where he worked on-and-off since 1972.
His fellow radio DJ and successor as the voice of Eurovision, Graham Norton, paid touching tribute on Twitter, saying Sir Terry made the job "seem effortless".
Russia is developing a vaccine for the Zika virus on Vladimir Putin’s orders.
Although the country is not at risk from contamination, its president has voiced concern that people can still take planes and may come from South and Central America to Russia.
Unidentified hackers have taken over Lincolnshire County Council's computer systems and are demanding a £1 million ransom.
The council’s digital database has been down for the past five days – affecting around 300 staff computers – after a member of staff opened an email containing the malware.
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