Denmark coach Age Hareide had no complaints over the award of a VAR-assisted penalty to Group C opponents Australia on Thursday – but believes the technology is removing the “charm” from the World Cup.
A thousand Syrian refugees have arrived in Northern Ireland as part of a rescue scheme to help the vulnerable.
The Royal Opera House has warned politicians to act on the issue of ease of movement of international talent following the EU referendum.
A police squad car has been given a multicolour makeover ahead of Pride.
A man has thanked paramedics and doctors after surviving 15 cardiac arrests in just three hours.
The murder of a man in West Belfast in front of his partner and her young daughter has been blamed on dissident republicans.
Boris Johnson will miss a crucial Commons decision on Heathrow expansion, meaning he will avoid having to choose between his Cabinet job and his opposition to the third runway.
Controlling robots with the mind isn’t as implausible as it sounds – if the technology developed by a team of US engineers is anything to go by.
A new immigration scheme for EU nationals living in the UK is set to receive its first applications within weeks.
A 22-year-old man has been charged with murdering US rapper XXXTentacion who was shot in his car in Florida.
Five-time winners Brazil will attempt to secure a first win, while Serbia have an opportunity to make history.
Lava from the Kilauea volcano eruption has been photographed glowing at night from space.
An Uber driver accused of attacking police outside Buckingham Palace armed with a Samurai sword has told jurors of his guilt over Britain’s role in arming Saudi Arabia, saying: “I felt I should die.”
The UK should have an extra bank holiday whenever one of the home nations’ football teams reaches the final of the World Cup, the shadow foreign secretary has said.
Classifying gaming addiction as a mental health condition is premature, experts have warned.
The fourth-generation Ford Focus is set to continue the current car’s legacy, with Ford promising impressive driving dynamics as a key selling point. However, buyers in the family hatchback segment are notoriously picky, and so the American brand is responding with a new and luxurious interior packing some as-yet-unseen tech.
Danny Cipriani will celebrate the realisation of his dream to return as England’s starting fly-half after ousting George Ford for Saturday’s final Test against South Africa.
Scientists have found evidence to suggest that women who have a higher body mass index (BMI) have a lower risk of breast cancer before the menopause.
Love Island star Olivia Attwood attended Royal Ascot wearing a hat inspired by the reality show that made her famous.
Upskirting is a “hideous invasion of privacy”, Theresa May said as legislation to make it an offence punishable by up to two years in prison was introduced.
Experts will examine ways to recycle the resources contained in Scotland’s sewage through a partnership between Scottish Water and the Scottish Environment Protection Agency (Sepa),
Gareth Southgate is considering dropping Raheem Sterling against Panama, judging by a note spotted at England training.
Xbox has rowed back on suggestions it was looking into bringing virtual reality to its console line-up.
Poundworld was denied a £4.1 million lifeline before it went into administration after it was unable to secure a cut in business rates, it has emerged.
Trent Alexander-Arnold suggested England are relaxed about the application of VAR at the World Cup, despite seeing two strong penalty shouts ignored in their opening match.
A pest which leaves a signature trail of destruction on elm leaves reminiscent of the Mark Of Zorro appears to have arrived in the UK, experts warn.
Donald Trump’s summit with Kim Jong Un was keenly watched across the world, but the creators of one YouTube channel were focused on one acutely specific part of it – the leaders’ lips.
The partner of notorious murdered criminal John “Goldfinger” Palmer has said she is haunted that he was “stalked like an animal” by a suspected hitman who is believed to have scratched a spyhole in his garden fence before shooting him six times.
Three-letter abbreviations are rife in all walks of life, from the military, police and hospitals to the internet.
A seven-year-old who wrote a poem about a homeless man is among the winners of the 2018 Wicked Young Writer Awards.