28 May 2010
A modest proposal for museums: can we put Nelson McCausland in one?
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Labour's flagship jobs guarantee would be in place throughout the next Parliament, paid for by a bank bonus tax and a squeeze on high-earners' pension pots, the party said.
With no one else on the ballot, supreme leader Kim Jong Un was not only elected to the highest legislative body in North Korea, he won with the unanimous approval of his district, which had 100% turnout.
A British yachtsman who was trying to sail by himself non-stop around the world has been rescued by Chile's navy.
Chris Robshaw welcomed England's first Triple Crown since 2003 after Wales were swept aside 29-18 at Twickenham.
Fallen champions Wales will go into their RBS 6 Nations finale against Scotland next weekend without points machine Leigh Halfpenny.
Sports psychologist Enda McNulty can help Ireland belie the weight of history and shrug off "superstition" to claim the RBS 6 Nations title in Paris on Saturday, according to Joe Schmidt.
There's a local flavour to kids' fun at Belfast Children's Festival tomorrow.
Celebrities including singer Nicole Scherzinger and actor Simon Pegg have been snapped by top photographer Rankin for an Oxfam campaign.
Glamour girl Katie Price has been named the least desirable holiday companion.