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MPs pay tribute to the nine people killed when a helicopter crashed into a pub in Glasgow.
Koalas have a specialised sound-producing organ that has never before been seen in any other land-dwelling mammal, scientists discover.
A 46-year-old man dies in a crash involving a lorry and a car on the A737 between Howwood and Lochwinnoch.
The Clutha pub was once a three-storey building, making the recovery operation "extremely complex" for emergency services.
A South Africa court charges a Czech businessman who has been linked to organised crime in the country with attempted murder, kidnapping and assault.
Several water firms in England and Wales promise to at least keep price rises below inflation - except Thames, which wants an 11% hike.
Energy firms start to announce plans to pass on savings to customers as the government unveils a package of measures aimed at reducing bills.
Scottish FA president Campbell Ogilvie vows to work with clubs to stop fans firing flares at football matches.
Koalas have a specialised sound-producing organ that they use to make very low-pitched mating bellows, scientists find.
Fast & Furious 7 is to go ahead following the death one of its stars, Paul Walker, according to the Hollywood Reporter.
An unemployed woman from Strabane, County Tyrone, wins almost £27m in the Euromillions lottery.
London Wasps wing Christian Wade is ruled out for six months and and will miss England's Six Nations campaign.
Thai Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra rejects protesters' demands for her resignation as unconstitutional, amid fresh clashes in Bangkok.
An Olympic gold medal won by African-American athletics star Jesse Owens at the 1936 Berlin Games is put up for auction online.
Police apologise to a man after falsely accusing him of shoplifting from a Lincolnshire branch of Tesco.
A man using a gun in his Iceland flat is shot dead by police after failing to respond to calls to surrender, in the country's first death of its kind.
A crash that left a police officer critically hurt as he tried to stop a stolen car is treated by investigators as attempted murder.
A museum where a boy was crushed to death under a ride has been told to improve safety, an inquest hears.
England manager Roy Hodgson says where his squad are based is more important than who they will face in the World Cup.
Two men are arrested by police investigating the murder of a prison officer in Northern Ireland last year.