Iceland issues an aviation alert after a fresh lava eruption from a fissure near the Bardarbunga volcano, but the warning is later lowered.
From falling asleep at the airport to paying over the odds, we look at five transfers with more than a hint of panic about them.
X Factor returns to ITV with 9.3 million viewers, or 43% of the viewing public.
The bodies of two people are found following a fire in a shed containing fireworks in the Lake District.
The search for a missing 12-year-old boy who was swept into the sea while playing continues for a third day.
Inside Out goes to the lab to investigate what is in e-cigarettes while we unwrap the arguments surrounding them.
Many papers discuss the UK's response to the threat posed by returning jihadi fighters, and there is a prediction of a good night for UKIP in the Clacton by-election.
Thirty-two Philippine peacekeepers trapped by rebels in the Syrian Golan Heights are rescued, and another 40 escape, but 44 Fijians are held captive.
The Archbishop of York calls for the government to do more to offer asylum to Christians being persecuted by Islamic State terrorists.
Clashes are continuing in Pakistan between police and protesters demanding the resignation of PM Nawaz Sharif, with 300 reported injured.
A dictionary of medieval Latin reaches its defining moment after 101 years of painstakingly gathering entries.
Two decades ago the Provisional IRA announced a ceasefire that marked the end of a quarter of a century of what it called its "armed struggle".
Five ways a Scotland currency change could affect rest of UK
Rona Fairhead, former head of the Financial Times Group, is to become the first woman to chair the BBC Trust, replacing Lord Patten in the role.
Drama brings craft of the ocularist to life
How this man helped mediate the IRA truce 20 years ago