Worcester City's Sean Geddes scores with a "rabona" lob in his side's 3-0 win over AFC Barrow in the FA Trophy.
The police chief of the Afghan capital who resigned on Sunday is to remain in post amid a rising number of militant attacks, his spokesman says.
The BBC's Salim Kikeke visits the first underwater hotel which has opened off the remote island of Pemba in Tanzania.
The government was right not to be "dogmatic" in trying to balance the books in the current parliament, Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg says.
Selling a "selfie stick" that lets people photograph themselves could result in a fine of up to £17,300, if the gadget is unregistered.
Alexander Kumar, Theresa Jones, and John Wright are British volunteers working in Liberia and Sierra Leone with people affected by Ebola and they have created a video diary.
A 1.8-mile (2.9km) tunnel is to be dug at the A303 past Stonehenge, the government announces.
The BBC filmed the task of removing the 888,246 ceramic poppies which attracted more than five million visitors to the Tower of London.
Oldham Athletic will not invite convicted rapist Ched Evans to train with them, nor will they offer him a contract.
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There are growing concern about the dangers of head injuries in many sports, including American football, the BBC's Alex South reports.
Manufacturing activity increased in November after solid domestic demand offset weaker orders from overseas markets, a survey indicates.
Steven Gerrard is offered a new deal by Liverpool - as Reds boss Brendan Rodgers denies talk of a rift with the midfielder.
A Japanese news agency issues a photo of Prince William's Madame Tussauds wax replica, instead of the prince himself.
AC/DC, one of the most successful bands of all time, tell BBC News they're determined to keep going, despite a difficult year for the band
The BBC's transport correspondent Richard Westcott walks among the stones of Stonehenge to gauge how plans to build new roads will change the surroundings.
A police base and a university are among facilities attacked by suspected Boko Haram fighters in Damaturu city in north-east Nigeria, residents say.
A paedophile doctor who abused young cancer patients at Addenbrooke's Hospital arrives at Cambridge Crown Court for sentencing.
Landlords in the West Midlands who fail to check whether prospective tenants are in the country legally will face a £3,000 fine, under a new rule expected to be rolled out across the UK.
Liverpool defender Glen Johnson's current deal runs out next summer but he says he will not go "crawling" for a new one.