Speed cameras on the M25 have caught nearly 700 people in just over a month.
Former heavyweight world champion Muhammad Ali is said to be in a stable condition after being readmitted to hospital.
A collision closes the A470 at Merthyr Tydfil amid reports of difficult travel conditions as a yellow "be aware" warning is issued for ice.
A 75-year-old woman has died following a fire in a building at the Western General Hospital in Edinburgh, police say.
Police warn motorists to drive with care due to snow and ice in some parts of Northern Ireland, and several roads remain blocked by fallen trees.
The European Commission says in a preliminary finding that online retailer Amazon's tax arrangements in Luxembourg probably constitute "state aid".
BBC Breakfast's "Living Longer" series looks at how longer life expectancy is changing the lifestyles of the older generation including those who prefer clubbing to tea dances.
The US state of Oklahoma executes the first death row inmate since a botched lethal injection last year drew intense criticism.
The UK Space Agency is to provide an update on the Beagle 2 space probe, which went missing on Christmas Day in 2003 and has not been heard of since.
Helen Mirren at the Golden Globe Awards
An Australian man dressed in a Star Wars costume says that his armour saved him from a venomous snake bite.
BP faces a fine of up to $13.7bn (£9bn) after a US judge ruled that the 2010 Gulf of Mexico oil spill was smaller than initially feared.
Ten suspects are questioned overnight in France about alleged support for gunmen behind last week's attacks in Paris that killed 17, reports say.
British number one Heather Watson overcomes six rain delays to beat Alison Riske and reach the Hobart International final.
The UK and US are to carry out "war game" cyber attacks on each other as part of a new joint defence against online criminals.
Kevin Pietersen has been showing off his new tattoo, marking everywhere the batsman has scored an international century
Cancer operations have been cancelled and patients have waited for hours in ambulances due to "sustained" winter pressures in hospitals in Wales, a leading consultant warns.
A woman admitted to an Edinburgh hospital after returning from west Africa has tested negative for Ebola.
The number of people in Northern Ireland caught drink-driving during the police's Christmas crackdown shows a slight increase on last year.
The Northern Ireland Assembly is given £600,000 by a US billionaire philanthropist to help MLAs improve their political skills.