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The PSNI failed to demonstrate that rehiring hundreds of retired RUC officers on temporary contracts was value for money, says the assembly's spending watchdog.
Some papers focus on the relaxation of guidance on the sale of the morning-after pill, while others report the Met Police chief's comments on the shredding of documents.
North Korea has test-fired what appear to be two medium-range ballistic missiles.
North Korea test-fires two medium-range missiles, just hours after the US, South Korea and Japan met in the Netherlands for talks.
A pioneering sex education project at a secondary school in Fife is credited with contributing to a drop in teen pregnancies in the area.
The way a woman was assessed for benefits led to her suicide less than a month later, according to a mental health watchdog.
US chipmaker Intel steps up its investment in wearable technology with the acquisition of Basis Science, a firm known for its health tracking services and devices.
The family of a British woman jailed for smuggling drugs out of Pakistan say she was unfairly convicted.
Millions of children in the UK are being given penicillin at too low a dose, putting them at risk of persistent infections, say researchers.
A report from business body the Confederation of British Industry (CBI) says there is "no credible plan" for deficit reduction in Scottish independence proposals.
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Landau Forte College has had extended hours since it opened in 1992 and School Reporters investigate how it works.
Ministers face demands from MPs for a vote on plans to retain EU justice laws including the European Arrest Warrant.
Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt is asking the NHS in England to reduce the number of serious mistakes being made and save 6,000 lives over the next three years.
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Hollywood actress Gwyneth Paltrow and Coldplay singer Chris Martin are to separate after more than 10 years of marriage, the couple reveal.
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Everton boss Roberto Martinez feels Ross Barkley will not be affected by the pressures of World Cup selection.