Can a demolished pub really be rebuilt brick by brick?
A new bar is to open at the Clutha pub in Glasgow more than a year and a half after a police helicopter crashed into its roof.
Incursions by migrants into the Eurotunnel terminal in France have become a "nightly occurrence", the rail operator says
Ex-London Mayor Ken Livingstone defends Jeremy Corbyn's electoral appeal, saying the left-wing Labour leadership contender could be prime minister.
A group of teenagers managed to escape from a stretch limousine moments before it was struck by a freight train in Indiana.
The Marine Accident Investigation Branch is to investigate a collision between two fishing boats off the Western Isles.
Engineers and physicists have discovered a property of silicon which could aid the development of faster computers.
Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger has the financial backing to break the club's transfer record, says club director Lord Harris.
A proposal from Sinn Féin to change the name of Londonderry to Derry is described as "sectarian" by unionists.
As Amazon announces better-than-expected sales figures, Michelle Fleury explains how the company has become so profitable.
A 23-year-old is accused of murdering a man and woman who were found dead in a house in Essex.
Robert Allenby says he sacked his caddie mid-round at the Canadian Open after disagreeing over club selection.
Malarial mosquitoes are posing a new threat - they have started biting during the day in some parts of Africa
Stripping Russia of the World Cup would exacerbate the Ukraine crisis, warns a former British ambassador to the 2018 hosts.
Bookmakers Ladbrokes has announced it plans to merge with Gala Coral in a deal expected to create the country's biggest betting shop chain.
The National Theatre is asking audience members to swap seats half-way through its forthcoming mining drama Husbands and Sons.
President Obama tells the BBC he will deliver a blunt message on gay rights and discrimination when he travels to Africa.
Dan Johnson considers the future of British industrial communities as a new report suggests they are struggling to survive.
Manchester United want to re-sign Cristiano Ronaldo, Newcastle stand firm on valuation of QPR's Charlie Austin, plus more
A 39-year-old man's body is found near a block of toilets at the Royal Welsh Show in Powys.