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Why everyone flying to the Cook Islands will know this man
The British Film Institute has cancelled an annual cricket exhibition after more than 30 years, leading to fears that much of the sport's heritage will be left unseen - and even lost.
Cases of the Clostridium difficile infection among patients aged 65 and over have fallen sharply in recent years, the Scottish government says.
A US-inspired scheme which provides support for teenage mothers in Scotland is to be extended to more health board areas.
Comic book aims to highlight Brian Epstein's role in band
How singing can help a chronic lung condition
The South African choral group Ladysmith Black Mambazo remember singing and dancing with Nelson Mandela.
Fourteen prisoners alleged to have been held in secret and without charge by the Pakistani army appear before the Supreme Court in Islamabad.
The African Union is to increase significantly the number of troops it plans to send to end communal fighting in the Central African Republic.
Tropical marine fish facing contamination at a Norfolk sea life centre "battered" by tidal foods are "happy" in their new home after an emergency evacuation.
Mark Selby makes the 100th 147 break in the history of professional snooker in his UK semi-final win against Ricky Walden.
A telephone glitch that caused hundreds of flight delays has been resolved although some disruption is expected to continue, air traffic controllers say.
The papers consider the loss and the legacy of Nelson Mandela, and give their verdict on England's 2014 World Cup draw.
Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho says his side are "in trouble" after surrendering a lead in their dramatic 3-2 loss at Stoke.
Jane Knapp, from Walcott, has shared her shock at the devastation caused by the Norfolk tidal floods during a guided tour of her "contaminated" home.
A woman is rescued by "heroic" commuters from a car crash in Suffolk seconds before the vehicle burst into flames.
US citizen Merrill Newman arrives in San Francisco after being released by North Korea after more than a month in detention there.
Prince Harry and his fellow competitors will no longer race to the South Pole because of safety concerns, the charity Walking With The Wounded confirms.
Nelson Mandela's family gives a first public statement since his death, describing the difficulty of the past two days and the week ahead.
Communities in the east of England are starting the clean-up after what the Environment Agency said was the worst tidal surge for 60 years.