The piper founded the Irish traditional music group, The Chieftains, in 1962.
A mix of stories lead Wednesday’s papers, including a warning over Christmas present shortages.
The mayor’s office blames “uncertainty caused by the pandemic”, but other options will be planned.
A Holocaust denier was buried in the former grave of a music professor outside Berlin.
An image of a bursting cloud of eggs and sperm as groupers mate in the Pacific is the judges’ pick.
Northern Ireland’s slim World Cup qualification hopes are ended as a second-half collapse sees them lose 2-1 to Bulgaria in Sofia.
About 50 firefighters are currently involved in tackling the blaze at a block of flats in Battersea.
Fans appeared to fight in the Hungary section during their World Cup qualifier with England at Wembley.
The German chancellor’s warning comes as G20 leaders discuss how to keep the Afghan economy afloat.
The former minister will become a special representative for a United Nations body in Africa.
Countries that have laws punishing LGBTQ people should not be able to host major sporting events, says Olympic diving gold medallist Tom Daley.
The driver, a 67-year-old man, was later arrested on suspicion of drink driving, police say.
The Labour leader is warned to move to the left while visiting a HGV driver training centre and taking a lesson.
Derby County administrators Quantuma say there has been no official approach for the Championship club by Mike Ashley.
Shipping giant Maersk says it is diverting cargo from Port of Felixstowe due to congestion.
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Some of the Tesco Max All-In-One Chesty Cough & Cold Lemon Sachets contain incorrect dosing information.
Corrie’s Sally Dynevor, the Happy Mondays’ Bez and ex-Strictly pro Brendan Cole are on the bill.
The Queen, patron of the charity, attended a service at Westminster Abbey to mark the milestone.
The musician and broadcaster speaks about the “horrific” experience of going through four miscarriages.
Lava from the Cumbre Vieja volcano sparks cement factory fire, forcing 2,500 people into lockdown.
In a shocking report, the Environment Agency says the UK is unprepared for climate change.
The auctioneer says the buyers “seemed to think they are actually Egyptian”.
The UK’s Brexit minister says the existing protocol cannot survive and warns the UK could still trigger Article 16.
Her rejection of an Israeli company to translate her new book into Hebrew triggers anger and praise.
The firm secures an extra $500m in funding from investors as it announces a new headset.
‘Groupthink’ hampered effective pandemic response, suggests new report
Homeowners to be hit by interest hikes as Bank of England tries to rein in inflation
Aston Villa goalkeeper Hannah Hampton and Manchester United forward Alessia Russo are recalled to the England squad for the World Cup qualifiers against Northern Ireland and Latvia.
Health sector seeing a ‘breakdown’ in relationship between patients and medical professionals
Football’s governing bodies are accused of prioritising money over player welfare
Watch as Lamar Jackson throws for four touchdowns and a career-high 442 yards as the Baltimore Ravens make a “furious comeback” to beat the Indianapolis Colts in overtime.
Proportion of schoolchildren reporting discrepancy in results has almost doubled
Islamic State’s Sami Jasim Muhammad al-Jaburi captured by by Iraqi security forces
The chief scientific adviser says he does not just tell the government what it wants to hear.
The well-known broadcaster is retiring from his news anchor role at ITV Meridian.
The DJ says that when she reported the matter to police, officers laughed about what had happened.
Wales striker Kieffer Moore says he is “frustrated” by the disciplinary decisions of referees during their World Cup qualification campaign.
Jonathon Ramsbottom had cocaine and cannabis in his system when the crash happened, court hears.
Tributes have been paid to British diving coach David Jenkins, who died at the weekend at the age of 31.
The budget for a minimum standard of living increases to £16,700 for a couple, the calculations suggest.
The Conservative denies saying “they all look the same to me” after the mix-up at a parliamentary event.
Ronnie O’Sullivan is left unimpressed by the “flat” atmosphere at the Northern Ireland Open after making it through to the last 32.
Andy Murray says he will be “right in there” against Alexander Zverev as they prepare to face at Indian Wells – but only if he brings his A-game.
Wildlife officers in the US state of Colorado say the elk is in good shape after removing its antlers.
Weeks after a series of missile tests, Kim Jong-un says weapons are needed for defence, but not war.
The migrants were struck by the train in a southern coastal town near Biarritz on Tuesday morning.
The pair went on Instagram live to discuss the backlash to their song.
There have been calls for an independent public inquiry into the UK’s pandemic response to start immediately.
This car is in some ways a ‘curious’ vehicle, but it feels ‘welcomingly unlike anything else in its class’
Location of ex-president’s latest rally serves as ‘biggest hint yet’ that he is considering second run
Wales’ last two World Cup qualifiers at home to Belarus and Belgium in November will be like “two cup finals”, says manager Robert Page.
Former soldiers and police are among Afghans trying to evade a crackdown at the Turkey-Iran border.
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Retailers and car mechanics are in particular demand as job vacancies surge to 1.1 million.
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If a single UK ticket-holder wins the £184m Euromillions prize, they will be the UK’s richest ever winner.
Carbon emissions from making building materials – or embodied carbon – had led to calls to end demolitions.
Calum Lowden becomes principal dancer – despite admitting he is “not the most supple person”.
Matt Ellis is waiting for Guinness World Records to verify his feat, which began in Cambridge.