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- Nov 18, 2013
A £36,000 bill charged by Van Morrison's band to play at a free concert where he will be awarded the Freedom of Belfast has been defended by the music star's company.
The inaugural CS Lewis Festival takes place from 18-23 November and has been funded by Belfast City Council.
Dame Helen Mirren has said local and community theatre needs more attention, to nurture the UK's rising stars.
The Free Help Guy says a smilebomb is ‘a public message left by one stranger for another with the intention of making them smile’
Google has defeated a legal action mounted to stop it scanning and uploading millions of books.
Thirty years ago this month, Ms Johnson's image appeared on an album cover by post-punk band The Undertones - leading to a minor feminist backlash amid strongly-disputed claims that the picture associated women with "being meat".
Leading search engine companies Google and Microsoft have agreed measures to make it harder to find child abuse images online.
Nearly all homosexual teenagers say they hear the word "gay" being used as an insult, according to research carried out by Stonewall.
A fireman in Dubai has taken a civil defence officer to court over what he claims is a "belittling" handshake, it's reported.
Use of hands-free phones should be banned from vehicles as well as hand-held ones, road safety campaigners say.
The German owner of more than 1,400 art works, many believed to have been stolen by the Nazis, says he will not give them up voluntarily.
A Twitter user in Kuwait has been sentenced to five years in prison after being convicted of insulting the prophet Mohammed.
A collection of images censored on Sina Weibo - a popular Twitter-like service in China - has been revealed.
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