Plans for the future of BBC Three are announced, including a move to online broadcasting 24 hours a day and an emphasis on long form content.
Sochi 2014 gold medallist Lizzy Yarnold tells BBC Sport about her "less than perfect" start to pre-season training.
Three journalists from the Syrian opposition TV channel Orient News are killed while covering clashes in the country's south-west.
Half of women in England are now regularly taking prescription drugs, according to the comprehensive Health Survey for England.
The number of teachers in Scotland's schools falls by 254 while pupil numbers increase by 3,425, new statistics reveal.
Oil giant BP says it expects to incur restructuring charges of about $1bn over the coming year as it seeks to simplify the business.
Wales is still the worst performing area of the UK in terms of money generated by its economy, official figures show.
Brazilian football legend Pele leaves hospital in Sao Paulo after being treated for an infection.
Country music star Dolly Parton accepts an invitation to join the Cleethorpes branch of the Rotary Club.
France's last remaining hostage in Mali, Serge Lazarevic, has arrived home to a welcome from family members and French President Francois Hollande.
Full Newsnight interview with activist Natasha Bolter, who says UKIP boss Roger Bird was "lying" when he said they had a relationship, after he released messages which he said proved it.
The former Beatle says it is harder than ever for young artists to make money from their music due to piracy and streaming.
A Cambridgeshire police officer is sacked for gross misconduct after admitting a string of serious sex offences against a child.
This and other questions in the latest disability talk show
Ten same-sex couples convert their civil unions into marriages in Brighton on the first day it is allowed by law.
Liverpool's Mersey ferries and Irish Sea sailings to and from the Isle of Man are cancelled due to a warning of gale force winds later.
Children's favourite Paddington maintains pole position at the UK and Ireland box office for a second week in succession.
Councils are to be told their final budget settlements for 2015/16 by the Welsh government.
France's last remaining hostage, Serge Lazarevic, arrives home to a welcome from family members and French President Francois Hollande.
A premature rise in interest rates could present a "huge risk" to the British economy, the British Chambers of Commerce (BCC) warns.