Spaceships from the new Star Wars film have been spotted by a man taking photos for a flying school.
The Invictus Games for wounded servicemen and women open at the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park in London, with Prince Harry saying lives will be changed.
A Wigan councillor refuses to stand down after being accused of sexism towards female council staff - but apologises to women he has offended.
Scientists have discovered a hidden complex of archaeological monuments at Stonehenge, challenging the modern impression that it stood in isolation.
Manchester United are on the brink of "something special," despite the club's profit loss, says chief Ed Woodward.
Pakistani authorities breach a strategic dyke in flood-affected Punjab to ease pressure on flood defences downstream and protect urban areas.
Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko says he is willing to grant more autonomy to separatists in the east but will not let the country break apart.
Three Google workers recall living for months at a time at the firm's headquarters in California taking advantage of the perks it offers.
A play written by comedian Lenny Henry, inspired by a Birmingham record shop, gets its premiere in the city.
Rory McIlroy says a European Ryder Cup win at Gleneagles would mean more to him than winning the PGA Tour's £6m FedEx Cup bonus in Atlanta this week.
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Staff working on the BBC's Mrs Merton Show thought an alleged assault by Dave Lee Travis was "aggressive" rather than "playful, albeit ill-judged", comedian Dave Gorman tells a court.
Scottish Open champion Trish Johnson says she needs to "putt the best she can" to win this week's Evian Championship.
A US father will be charged with murdering his five children and dumping them in another state, say police.
Too many courses for school leavers in England are not providing the skills needed to help them find work or go on to further education, Ofsted warns.
Scottish oil and gas revenue will reduce significantly by 2035 according to industry expert Sir Ian Wood.
A South African court jails four men over the attempted murder of Rwanda's ex-army chief Gen Faustin Kayumba Nyamwasa in Johannesburg in 2010.
Research suggest one in 19,000 undergoing an operation under general anaesthetic wake up during surgery, based on the biggest study into the subject.
A brave shopper has described how he managed to foil armed thieves at a jewellery shop in Birmingham.
US Secretary of State John Kerry has said the world 'will not stand by and watch the evil spread by IS militants', at the start of a Middle East tour.