A new campaign is asking us to give up meat for a day - claiming it is damaging both our health and that of the planet.
The Church of England faces a legal challenge to its position that marriage should be between a man and a woman, reports Caroline Wyatt.
Majestic Wine's annual profit falls partly due to the cost of taking over its smaller online rival Naked Wines in what it called a "challenging" year.
A South African court will rule on Monday whether to arrest Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir, who faces war crimes charges at the ICC.
Sally Pearson will miss the World Championships and feared she might have had her left hand amputated after falling in Rome.
It has been 12 months since the Pakistani military launched an offensive against militants in their provincial stronghold of North Waziristan.
Turkey has allowed dozens of Syrian refugees who have fled fighting between Kurdish and IS fighters to enter its territory.
The founder of troubled Glasgow arts venue the Arches warns the city's culture profile will be damaged by it's loss.
A campaign is being launched to give children and their parents advice if a child becomes involved in sexting.
Organisers of a major cycle race in south Wales say lessons will be learned to ensure minimum disruption next year after concerns were raised about road closures.
The E3 games event in Los Angeles is kicked off by publisher Bethesda with its release date for Fallout 4 as well as a "robust" line-up of new titles.
A dozen houses in Dunmurry, on the outskirts of Belfast, are evacuated because of a large fire.
A North Korean soldier walks across the DMZ to defect to the South, officials say, in what is an extremely rare occurrence.
The latest event to mark the anniversary of The Battle of Waterloo was the re-enactment of the Battle of Ligny - Napoleon's very last victory.
A legal challenge to Northern Ireland's abortion law is due to begin at the High Court in Belfast later.
An American life sciences company is investing another £4.6m in Wales by extending its production at Pencoed, Bridgend.
Older people are not being protected by the legal system against abuse, neglect and other crimes, their commissioner for Wales says.
Pressure grows for an inquiry into whether Australian officials used tax payers' money to turn back a boat carrying asylum seekers.
A boy whose father killed his mother should live with the murderer's family in England, rather than his maternal grandparents in China, a judge rules.
Community leaders speak of their shock at hearing that a Yorkshire teenager has apparently become Britain's youngest suicide bomber during an attack in Iraq.