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Ireland's Shane Lowry says his victory over a BMW PGA Championship field featuring several LIV Golf Series players was "one for the good guys".
Britain's Alfie Hewett beats Shingo Kunieda to win the US Open men's wheelchair title and secure his sixth major singles trophy.
The decision for the future King Charles to be educated at Gordonstoun was a departure from the royal norm.
The public can view the Queen's coffin in Edinburgh after a procession and service at St Giles' Cathedral.
Sir Tom Scholar's sacking compromises the civil service's independence, a former cabinet secretary says.
England are closing in on a series-clinching victory over South Africa after a supreme bowling display on the fourth day of the third Test at The Oval.
Zak Crawley and England's bowlers star as the hosts close in on a series-clinching victory over South Africa at The Oval.
The Queen's second son and his ex-wife Sarah, Duchess of York will now look after her iconic dogs.
Mourners line the streets as the Queen's cortege takes her coffin from Balmoral to Edinburgh.
Travel in the mourning period for the Queen is likely to be "extremely busy", the rail operator warns.
Gloucester score 27 unanswered points to recover from 21-0 down and beat Wasps in a memorable Premiership comeback.
The president pays tribute to the thousands of people who died 21 years after the attacks on US soil.
Thousands pay their respects as the late monarch's coffin makes a six-hour journey from Balmoral.
Thousands came to pay their respects as the Queen's coffin travelled from Balmoral to Edinburgh.
On Saturday, Ukraine captured key eastern towns, as Russian forces withdrew to "regroup".
Sale Sharks hold off a late Northampton Saints fightback to deliver a winning start to the new Premiership season.
Over 1,000 migrants are thought to have died this year trying to cross the central Mediterranean.
Prince William speaks of his "honour" in being named Prince of Wales by King Charles III.
Eldar Eldarov wins the rescheduled St Leger as British horse racing resumes at Doncaster and pays tribute to Queen Elizabeth II.
National League fixtures will go ahead on Monday after football paused as a mark of respect following the death of Queen Elizabeth II.