Ed Sheeran has scored a UK chart double as his new album No.6 Collaborations Project and single Beautiful both landed in the top spots.
A branch of Sainsbury’s in north London has become the first purpose-built supermarket to be given listed status.
Football boots worn by Tommy Gemmell in Celtic’s 1967 European Cup final win have sold for £18,000 at auction.
The London markets closed higher as dovish comments from the Federal Reserve helped to bolster the European markets.
The consistency may have disappeared but the competitive edge remains for Tiger Woods.
Gordon Strachan says he has returned to Dundee to try to offer the club’s youngsters the same opportunities he enjoyed on his way to the top.
A stunned Geraint Thomas called Julian Alaphilippe the favourite to win the Tour de France after the Frenchman’s shock time trial victory in Pau saw him extend his lead in yellow.
Jon Favreau has said that The Lion King had to “feel like it’s 2019”.
The kaleidoscope of umbrellas was as varied as the accents beneath them as fans from around the world braved the rain on the second day of The Open’s return to Northern Ireland.
A judge has signalled the end of the marriage of Great British Bake Off judge Paul Hollywood and his wife Alexandra.