Irish schoolboy strikes app success
A film of a fancy dress pub crawl featuring a pedal-powered version of Del Boy's yellow Robin Reliant car has gone viral with more than six million views online.
A film of a fancy dress pub crawl with a pedal-powered version of Del Boy's yellow Robin Reliant car wins more than six million online hits.
The Scottish FA board rejects Mike Ashley's request to raise his shareholding in Rangers International Football Club to 29.9%.
Some see a president with his groove back
A 90-year-old woman, who was critically injured when she was hit by a car in the Vale of Glamorgan, dies.
BBC Vatican correspondent David Willey says Pope Francis has invented his own way of being pontiff with an open style of Church government.
A man appears in court charged with terrorism offences after being arrested at Manchester Airport trying to board a flight to Pakistan.
A severe storm brings a tornado, hail and lightning to parts of the southern United States, killing at least four people.
Competitive video gaming - known as e-sports - should be included in the Olympic Games, the creator of World of Warcraft has told the BBC.
UK workers managed to increase their output per hour by 0.6% in the July-to-September period, the Office for National Statistics has said.
The boss of Japanese airbag manufacturer Takata is to step down, amid widespread criticism of how the company handled recent safety crises.
All vehicle movement in Nigeria's north-eastern Borno state is banned from Christmas Eve until Sunday to prevent militant attacks, the army says.
Bomb disposal experts are sent to examine a suspicious object on the outskirts of south Belfast.
From one of the most intense title battles ever, to a stark reminder of the dangers of motorsport, 2014 was a year no-one will forget.
The comedian came ahead of Johnny Depp and Ben Stiller to pick up the honour.
One of singer Bryan Ferry's sons is critically ill in hospital following a car crash in Shropshire, the BBC understands.
The number of people who are unemployed in France has risen to a record high, official figures show.
Musician Marcus O'Neil has won a legal case against one of the music industry giants over underpaid royalties.
Airports are busy on Christmas Eve as many people choose to get away for the festive season, but roads and railways are quieter than usual.