A BBC Three Counties reporter sent to cover his local Conference South club ends up officiating at the match.
Images from around the world: 9 March
The key questions about free schools, which can be set up by parents and community groups in England.
A blog encouraging female contributors to write about their experiences was knocked offline during a day for the global celebration of women.
Lance Armstrong says he hopes for a "dope-free" future for cycling as a report says the sport is struggling with the issue.
Britons are managing to save more money than at any time in the last decade, according to National Savings and Investments (NS&I).
West End musicals Memphis and the Carole King-inspired Beautiful lead the nominations at this year's Olivier Awards.
Russian President Vladimir Putin reveals he planned the annexation of Crimea four days before unidentified gunmen appeared in the region.
Thirty-three of the world's top opera directors sign an open letter in support of the English National Opera (ENO) following criticism and cuts in its Arts Council funding.
Sinn Féin has said it will oppose the passage of the welfare bill in the assembly after accusing the DUP of acting in bad faith on the issue.
The Treasury has not learned lessons from the 2007-08 financial crash, a Parliamentary report says, and could be exposed to more economic shocks.
A project to reintroduce wild lynx to the UK could see them return to Wales after a 1,300 year gap if the right site can be found.
The duo behind the UK's Eurovision entry say they don't mind criticism of their song, Still in Love With You.
England are knocked out of the World Cup in dismal fashion as Bangladesh win by 15 runs to reach the quarter-finals.
Zambia's president has to undergo a throat operation abroad, his doctors say, after earlier reporting that he collapsed in public because he had malaria.
The next stage in a project to dual the A9 between Perth and Inverness begins with a public consultation on the stretch at Dalwhinnie.
Apple is due to release more information about its new smartwatch - here are five questions about the product that need answering.
Scotland lose Sean Lamont and have doubts over Peter Horne and Ross Ford for the Calcutta Cup against England.
A fundraising page set up for a Watford fan left in a critical condition after a gang attack raises more than £6,000.
At least 14 people have been killed in US-led coalition strikes on an oil refinery in Syria run by Islamic State militants, activists say.