UK Independence Party (UKIP) MLA David McNarry tells the party's annual conference that membership is growing in Northern Ireland.
Police investigating the disappearance of Alice Gross are reviewing footage from 300 CCTV cameras in the area the schoolgirl went missing.
BBC Breakfast's Mike Bushell tries out the latest craze - speed golf.
Doctors have give more detail about how a controversial shake-up at Prince Philip Hospital's accident and emergency department is to work.
Mount Ontake in Japan erupted on Saturday, sending a large plume of ash into the sky.
Well designed surroundings can make a big difference to the lives of people with dementia, so one school teaches simple techniques to make homes dementia friendly.
The BBC's Shumaila Jaffery reports from a remote village in Pakistan to speak to one woman who was told she had to marry her cousin at the age of 13.
Chelsea Clinton, daughter of former President Bill Clinton and former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, gives birth to a baby girl.
The US armed forces head says air strikes are damaging Islamic State in Syria but will not alone defeat it, as jihadists close in on a Kurdish town.
BBC Sport looks back at 50 iconic FA Cup goals in the build-up to the first round proper, which takes place in November.
The aftermath of the decisive vote in parliament for British airstrikes against Islamic State extremists - and fears of 'mission creep' in the Middle East - dominates Saturday's press.
Dozens of pro-democracy protesters have pushed through a police cordon to break into the main government compound in Hong Kong.
British warplanes are in Cyprus, ready to launch missile strikes against Islamic State targets after MPs backed military action in Iraq.
The UK's only ferry link to Scandinavia is to close for good, marking the "the end of an era", its operator says.
The lorry drivers trying to fend off stowaways
Iran's President Hassan Rouhani warns that time is running out for negotiating a permanent deal on his country's nuclear programme, as a deadline nears.
A verdict is expected on Saturday in the retrial of former Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak, who faces charges of ordering the killing of protesters.
Palestinian president Mahmoud Abbas tells the UN he will seek punishment for "war crimes" committed during Israel's recent war with Gaza.
High street optician Optical Express is considering an appeal after a woman was awarded £500,000 damages when laser surgery left her sight damaged.
With American professional football hit by abuse scandals and the behaviour of its athletes under scrutiny, some are wondering if college, and even high school football, might be partly to blame. The BBC's Aleem Maqbool reports.