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The best man of a soldier wounded in Afghanistan has been jailed for stealing from his friend weeks before his wedding day.
Family and friends of fashion designer L'Wren Scott attend a private funeral in Los Angeles, with partner Sir Mick Jagger leading the tributes.
A witness in a crime investigation, journalists and police officers themselves were among the people whose telephone calls were secretly recorded at Irish police stations, it is reported.
Zuckerberg’s latest purchase ruffles virtual feathers
The first trial of its kind in the UK to use contraception on hill ponies is at risk of failing, a charity says.
A major overhaul of the way ambulance service and A&E department performance in Wales is monitored and measured will be trialled next month.
Bacterial biofilms with "smart" properties could be the basis of greener manufacturing, scientists say.
A man is charged with the murder of Amandeep Kaur Hothi who was found dead at Wolverhampton's Britannia Hotel on 6 March.
Is water fluoridation the next big thing?
Sherlock and Star Trek actor Benedict Cumberbatch is to play Hamlet on stage at the Barbican in London next year.
A "culture change" has taken place at top UK companies, with more women getting boardroom positions, a report says.
The extent of child neglect is not fully understood by the authorities charged with its prevention, according to a report by Ofsted.
BP's biggest refinery in the US spills crude oil into Lake Michigan after a malfunction but regulators say the leak has been contained.
A tactically bankrupt David Moyes cannot afford many more nights like that as Manchester United manager, says Phil McNulty
The chief executive of a firm wanting to build a £25bn barrage in the Severn Estuary has quit to set up a rival company, BBC Wales learns.
England must deal with Lasith Malinga and beat Sri Lanka to get their World T20 campaign back on track, says Jonathan Agnew
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.