Michael Schumacher faces a "long fight" on the road to recovery, his manager says a year after the F1 champion suffered head injuries while skiing.
A man appears at crown court for the first time charged with murdering his nine-year-old grandson.
One in 10 UK families see one earner's wages used solely to cover childcare and commuting costs, research by insurer Aviva suggests.
Cameroon has carried out air strikes against militant Islamist group Boko Haram for the first time, after it attacked a military base, a spokesman says.
West Brom are not expected to make an announcement on Monday about the future of manager Alan Irvine.
The Wolf of Wall Street, Martin Scorsese's true-life tale of corrupt New York stockbrokers, leads the pack of the most illegally downloaded movies of 2014.
Celebrity TV chef Jamie Oliver reveals he turned down the chance to appear as a hobbit in one of Peter Jackson's Lord of the Rings prequels.
A fairground ride which left passengers dangling 65ft up is taken down and removed from Cardiff's Winter Wonderland.
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Seven people and a puppy are rescued after a car fire in Rochdale set a nearby house ablaze.
Rescuers have spent the night battling smoke and gale-force winds to try to save more than 250 passengers trapped on a burning Italian ferry in the Adriatic Sea.
Robot-assisted surgery is becoming increasingly common in UK hospitals, as the BBC's Victoria Gill reports.
The father of the pilot of the missing AirAsia plane has been speaking about the possibility that his son may not come back alive.
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Workers who are facing redundancy at the collapsed parcel delivery firm City Link are due to stage a demonstration outside one of its Scottish depots.
The owner of collapsed UK parcel delivery service City Link says it is "disappointed" the firm has been placed into administration.
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Fans of horror writer Arthur Machen have called on Newport council to protect the collection of his books and papers at the city's central library.