Up to 100 jobs are to be created after airline Flybe announces it is to re-open a base in Aberdeen.
UK unemployment fell by 115,000 between July and September to 1.96 million, while one measure of average earnings outstripped inflation for the first time in five years.
Real Madrid's Cristiano Ronaldo denies claims that he has an obscene nickname for Barcelona rival Lionel Messi.
A cricket fan wins 5,000 New Zealand dollars for catching a six in the crowd - which was hit by his partner's brother.
Police close part of the A1 in County Down following a serious crash involving a cyclist and a lorry.
Cultivation of opium poppies in Afghanistan hits new record levels in 2014 as Nato pulls out combat troops.
The foreign exchange market is not easy to manipulate. So how do you rig the market?
A £2.4m scheme to help community groups generate renewable energy is criticised as only one of its 102 projects has started producing electricity.
Mike Ashley provides Rangers with a further £1m loan as his Sports Direct firm give up the naming rights to Ibrox.
Sainsbury's reins back plans for new stores, and reports a half-year fall in like-for-like sales of 2.1%.
Fabian Delph could join Tottenham, Juan Mata set for Manchester United exit, West Ham youngster gets a Lionel Messi selfie, plus more.
A new underwater rail system between Holyhead and Dublin - similar to the Channel Tunnel - is being called for by a leading transport think tank.
John Doar, a civil rights lawyer who played a pivotal role in ending racial segregation in the US, dies in Manhattan aged 92.
Five banks, including RBS and HSBC, have been collectively fined £2bn by UK and US regulators for failing to control business practices in foreign exchange trading.
Recent criticism of Wales' NHS is "abhorrent" and "politically motivated," the vice president of the Royal College of Physicians in Wales says.
Notorious police killer Harry Roberts is released from prison, 48 years after murdering three unarmed officers in west London.
Some 22,000 patients of a Nottinghamshire dentist are to be recalled for tests to see if they have been infected with blood-borne viruses.
Wales, Northern Ireland and Scotland have increased hope of Euro 2016 qualification, but what does it mean for everyone else?
About 1,300 children in Northern Ireland are waiting to be assessed to find out if they have autism, the BBC has learned.
India's opposition Congress party calls a general strike in Chhattisgarh where 13 women died after sterilisation surgery at a state-run camp.