The funeral of the second man killed in a car crash on the outskirts of Londonderry on Wednesday is taking place later.
Previously unseen letters by the then-teenage artist Lucian Freud to poet Stephen Spender are to be auctioned by Sotheby's.
Actor Alistair McGowan admits he had misgivings before agreeing to take on the part of Jimmy Savile in a new West End play.
President Obama has said the leaders of the G7 nations will discuss "standing up to Russian aggression in Ukraine".
Two unexploded World War II mines discovered near the port of Calais lead to the cancellation of a number of cross-Channel ferries.
A new road sign in honour of Shirley Bassey outside the Children's Hospital for Wales misspells the Welsh word for dame.
Puerto Rico's Miguel Cotto knocks out Daniel Geale in the fourth round to retain his WBC middleweight world title.
Saudi supreme court upholds sentence of 1,000 lashes and 10 years on blogger Raif Badawi, despite foreign outcry.
Hampshire Constabulary apologies after being branded "moronic" for a tweet about a car crash that many people said was inappropriate.
Alistair Campbell says Charles Kennedy tried "really, really hard" to give up drinking.
Four men and a woman are arrested on suspicion of murder after a man's body is found lying near a path in Newcastle.
One person has died after a crash on the Barvas to Carloway road on the Isle of Lewis.
A carbon fibre blade - a running leg for amputees - has been stolen from a vehicle in County Monaghan.
Prime Minister David Cameron is to unveil plans for a rapid reaction force of UK medical experts to respond to future pandemics like Ebola.
Northern Ireland can no longer use its troubled past as an excuse for failings over the environment, according to one of the UK's foremost environmentalists.
An "emotionally and physically drained" Mo Farah pulls out of Sunday's Diamond League meeting in Birmingham.
Mourning ceremonies are being held to remember the hundreds of people who died in Monday's Chinese ferry disaster.
The former head of a Welsh health board moves to England for cancer treatment, the Sunday Times reports.
Is the thrilling Barcelona side that triumphed over Juventus in Berlin the finest in their illustrious history? Phil McNulty examines the evidence.
A primary school in Stirling has instituted a 'daily mile', getting the pupils to walk or run for a mile every day.