Takahiro Hataji won his first professional tournament and became the first Japanese player to win the New Zealand Golf Open Sunday when he took out the 103rd edition of the event at the Millbrook Resort. Hataji shot a flawless 4-under final round of 67 for a four-round total of 17-under-par to win by a stroke from Australian Scott Hend. Hend came to the 72nd hole tied with Hataji in first place.
As A Nightmare on Elm Street turns 40, here’s to the softly spoken American creator of some of cinema’s most memorable scares, from razor-clawed serial killer Freddy Krueger to the sequel-spawning Scream
Unlike in their 2021 series loss, England’s spin attack will emerge from this tour with credit. They deserve opportunities elsewhere
The manager’s homecoming has been marked by player fights, sandwiches and thrashings. Next up: Arsenal at home
With results due this week in a sinking ad market, the show was a timely reminder of what broadcast TV can do
There’s a new Coen duo in town. Ethan Coen and his wife, film editor Tricia Cooke, have created a feature – Drive-Away Dolls. Here they talk about 70s B-movies, US politics, and the joys of their unconventional marriage
Royal Shakespeare Company steps into dispute at Guildhall drama school after senior teacher quits in protest over methods
Timothée Chalamet returns to the desert as Denis Villeneuve triumphs again in filming the unfilmable with a colour-saturated blockbuster contemplating zealotry and religious war
Despite its trials saving thousands during the pandemic, funding is being stopped for the groundbreaking UK Recovery programme
A shop worker in Thailand leaned against a gate during a storm - but the wind was too strong. The man even took off briefly, but escaped unharmed.
Paul Dano thinks writing is the "hardest part" of making a movie but is keen to make a comeback to directing at some point in 2025.
Cardi B has promised her long-awaited second album will finally be released this year.
Dua Lipa has revealed it takes a lot of writing to wound up with a hit.
RAYE is said to be 2firmly in the running" to record the next James Bond theme.
Denis Villeneuve believes his 'Dune: Part 2' cast Timothee Chalamet, Zendaya, Austin Butler and Florence Pugh are the "future of cinema".
Joanna Page has "absolutely no idea what's going on" with 'Gavin and Stacey' but she'd love to return to the show.
Damien Chazelle knows 'Babylon' is going to impact the funding he gets for his future films after it failed to succeed at the box office.
The towns of Chatham, Northampton, Dover and Sheerness have been revealed as the best value commuter locations for workers travelling into London.
Last summer, Abigail Shrier’s 12-year-old son came home from camp with a stomach ache. When it showed no signs of clearing up, the US journalist and author of the controversial bestseller Irreversible Damage, took him to a paediatric urgent-care clinic near their LA home, where a doctor ruled out anything serious and handed the boy over to a nurse, who asked Shrier to “give us some privacy so I can do our mental health screening”.
I knew three years at agricultural college 40 years ago would eventually come in handy but never reckoned it would be assisting Harry Cobden, “jockey first, farmer second”, with sorting out a batch of cattle recently arrived from Salisbury market.