A driver who knocked down and killed an 85-year-old woman while reversing out of her driveway pleads guilty to careless driving.
Hundreds of Kurds gather at Manchester Airport to honour a former Royal Marine killed fighting Islamic State in Syria.
Robbie Savage on the part Joe Allen and Michael Carrick will play in deciding whether Liverpool or Manchester United win at Anfield on Sunday.
Green Party MLA Steven Agnew has strongly criticised Sinn Féin's handling of the issue of welfare reform.
A collection of some of the best reads from the BBC News website this week.
The final nail appears to have been hammered into the coffin of plans for a joint training college for the police and other emergency services at Desertcreat, County Tyrone.
The German grand prix is cut from the Formula One World Championship calendar for the 2015 season.
AJ Pero, the drummer with US heavy metal band Twisted Sister, dies aged 55.
A selection of the most joyous sporting moments from BBC followers to mark this, the UN's International Day of Happiness.
The country where it's embarrassing for a man to hold an umbrella for a woman, and more nuggets.
Katharine Viner is to become the first female editor-in-chief of The Guardian, taking over from the departing Alan Rusbridger
The brothers of former Thai princess Srirasmi are jailed for defaming the monarchy following her divorce from the crown prince.
James Landale profiles the Lib Dem leader
A man is jailed for murder after fatally stabbing a teenage footballer in the neck with a broken bottle.
A woman dies after falling from the window of a flat in Quarry Street, Hamilton, South Lanarkshire.
Newcastle's Jonas Gutierrez feels "born again" following his return to Premier League action after overcoming testicular cancer.
UKIP is facing claims from rivals it is in disarray after two election candidates were suspended and a third stood down.
Manchester United's 33-year-old midfielder Michael Carrick signs a one-year contract extension at Old Trafford.
Five teenage girls who had shown an interest in going to Syria are barred from travelling abroad by a High Court judge.
Shares gains for building supplier CRH help the benchmark FTSE 100 index surge to an all-time record of more than 7,000.