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Stormont Health Minister Edwin Poots is urged to clarify if the admissions policy on NHS care homes will be changed, following a reprieve for 18 facilities.
The discovery of another buzzard's body brings the number of birds of prey found dead in Ross-shire to 20.
Motorists are braced for what is set to be the busiest day of the year on the roads so far, with up to 16m cars expected to be used over Easter.
The "resilient" UK housing market recorded another increase in mortgage lending in March, according to a lenders' group.
Larry Magid, technology analyst for CNET, discusses the fall in Google's shares.
A lorry driver is arrested following a five-vehicle pile up on the M26 in Kent in which two people died and seven others were injured.
Three people are killed in a raid on a base in eastern Ukraine, the country's interior minister says, as the US, Russia, the EU and Ukraine hold crisis talks in Geneva.
Four women are arrested in connection with an on-going fraud investigation at a Birmingham school.
A 3.2 magnitude earthquake that hit the East Midlands is being investigated by geological experts.
A large bird that looks similar to an ostrich and can run at a speed of up to 40mph is on the loose in the Home Counties after it inexplicably escaped from a field.
Gareth Bale wants to win the treble with Real Madrid after scoring a "really special" winner in the Copa del Rey final.
Artists' brains are structurally different to non-artists in areas relating to fine motor movements and visual imagery, a study finds.
There is a huge response to a speeding crackdown in Belgium, with thousands of people participating.
The former chairman of Anglo Irish bank has been found not guilty of illegally supporting the bank's share price, the jury continues to deliberate in the case against two others.
MP Andrew Bridgen says action is being taken to stop the "stinky" odour caused by his family's vegetable processing business.
AC/DC confirm they will continue making music, following news guitarist and founder member Malcolm Young is taking a break from the band due to ill health.
Children's Laureate, Malorie Blackman, wants to get boys back into books.
Live coverage of the trial of South African athlete Oscar Pistorius, who denies the premeditated murder of his girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp on Valentine's Day 2013.
The Roman Catholic Church in England and Wales turns down a request by members for the results of a sexual ethics survey to be made public.
The BBC’s new China editor on her return to Beijing