A website glitch means many people trying to buy some of the first tickets for the new Borders to Edinburgh railway are unable to do so.
Indians limber up for International Yoga Day
Greek leader Alexis Tsipras says his government will wait patiently for creditors to become "realistic", after debt talks in Brussels fail.
A species of spider believed to have been wiped out in the UK is spotted for the first time in over 100 years.
A man is arrested on suspicion of murdering a 24-year-old woman in Bradford.
Uganda's former Prime Minister Amama Mbabazi says he will challenge President Museveni to become president in next year's election.
Ex-Gillingham man Brent Sancho on Peter Crouch's unpopularity in Trinidad and Tobago and swapping football for politics.
Neymar scores one goal and sets up another as Brazil come from behind to beat Peru 2-1.
Storied US gun maker Colt Defense files for chapter 11 bankruptcy protection as it grapples with heavy debts.
England can win the Women's World Cup and Colombia's victory over France proves the tournament is wide open, says Toni Duggan.
Greek shares have fallen sharply after the latest round of talks with EU officials in Brussels broke down without agreement on Sunday.
Online payments to and from customers of the Nationwide Building Society are being delayed owing to an IT problem.
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.