22 July 2007
Harrington wins Open Championship
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Australian court halts gay marriage
Australia's highest court has struck down a landmark law allowing the country's first gay marriages, shattering the dreams of more than two dozen same-sex newlyweds whose marriages will now be annulled less than a week after their weddings.
Heavy rain causes chaos in Rio
Torrential rain has caused chaos and at least two deaths in Rio de Janeiro.
Economy to pass pre-recession peak
The UK downturn is finally expected to be left behind next year as the size of the economy surpasses its pre-recession peak, according to a new forecast upgrading prospects for growth.
WRU hopeful clubs will commit
Welsh rugby administrators are still hopeful their regional club sides will commit their future to the RaboDirect Pro12.
Moore plans to stay put at Leinster
Martin Moore is ready to disappoint a host of English and French clubs and commit his future to home province Leinster.
Hull apply to FA over name change
Hull have formally applied to the Football Association to change their playing name to 'Hull Tigers' from next season.
Carr and Norton comedy award rivals
Alan Carr and Graham Norton will battle it out to be named Britain's King of Comedy at an awards ceremony tonight.
Smith wins Critics' Choice award
Sam Smith has landed a Brit Award after being named the winner of the Critics' Choice prize for next year's ceremony.
Lewis makes apology to McKellen
Homeland actor Damian Lewis has apologised to Lord Of The Rings star Sir Ian McKellen after saying he did not want to end up a "fruity actor" who is known for playing wizards.