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Ben Winstanley

Golf in Northern Ireland | Royal Portrush and Portstewart course review

Northern Ireland will host some of the largest golf events in Europe over the next few years, including The Open in 2019. Ben Winstanley heads to the Emerald Isle to see how preparations are going.

Camelot revisited: John F Kennedy on the campaign trail

Look back to a time when the President of the United States was genuinely the most powerful man on the planet with the reissue of Norman Mailer's Superman Comes to the Supermarket

Watch we want: Neo Plus from Meistersinger

Every Wednesday, we post our favourite wrist candy to the @squaremile_com Instagram account. Get in on the action: share your watches with #watchwewant

Sergio Garcia: the golfer beloved around the world

Few players are more popular than Sergio Garcia. After finally winning that elusive major, can the Spaniard take his game to the next level?

Meet the chef bringing British Wagyu beef to London

M restaurants' steak menu is one of the best in London. Head chef Michael Reid tells the story behind the selection and its British Wagyu beef.

Amanera, Dominican Republic | Travel to the best new resort in the Caribbean

Amanera in the Dominican Republic is the latest hotel by Aman Resorts and the best luxury travel destination in the Caribbean.

Best watches of Baselworld 2017

Baselworld is the biggest watch event in the world and a great opportunity to see the latest timepieces. Square Mile reports on the key watches for every style and budget

Three of our favourite wireless sound systems

Every home needs a great sound system, whether for post-work relaxation or partying till dawn. Order one of these and you can't go wrong (just don't annoy the neighbours)

The biggest names in rock music photographed by the great Paul Harries

Over the past 30 years, Rock ’n' Roll lensman Paul Harries has established himself as one of the world’s finest music photographers – but it all started at the Bank of England

Cabotte is bringing French cuisine back to the City in style

Stop fussing over small plates and forget the tasting menu, French à la carte is back – and it brought the wine