A 22-year-old man is facing a prison term after being convicted of killing his friend during a street fight in Fife.
MPs take evidence for a number of inquiries relating to prisons and rehabilitation.
Jack Kyle not only possessed genius, but he also had goodness, mourners at a thanksgiving service for the rugby legend have heard.
Five million people in England and Wales who own their flats should be given new rights, the Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) concludes.
A waiter who was taken hostage during a siege in the penthouse restaurant of Wales' tallest tower has spoken of his two hours with a gun pointing at him.
A teaching assistant denies a seven-year-old girl who was taped to a chair was being bullied by her and a teacher for their own amusement.
Britain has its best group of swimmers for 30 years, says ex-champion Mark Foster before the World Short Course Championships.
US President Barack Obama is expected to nominate former Pentagon official Ashton Carter as the new US defence secretary.
A man accused of killing a woman in her Glasgow home admits stabbing her partner but blames the murder on other men he claimed were his accomplices.
Brazil legend Pele is out of intensive care and has "no medical complications" as he recovers from a urinary infection.
A man died during a sex game after he was wrapped in black plastic sheeting and clingfilm, a court hears.
A postman who witnessed loyalist paramilitaries kill one of his Catholic colleagues at their workplace describes the attack during an inquest into the 2002 murder.
A personal DNA test that has sparked controversy in the US is launched in the UK.
Tony Blair appears to be perturbed in his new Christmas card, and the internet has been wondering why.
Italian police arrest 37 people and search the home of Rome's former mayor Gianni Alemanno in a major anti-Mafia operation.
Stephanie Roche describes her excitement at being nominated for Fifa goal of the year, after a stunner for Peamount United against Wexford Youths.
A father and son have been jailed for animal cruelty offences in what the judge called "one of the worst" he had ever encountered.
There are fears the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership could open health services to privatisation.
The Oxfordshire town set to become a garden city
Changes to the way offenders are supervised in England and Wales may have contributed to two murders, says the probation officers' union.