The body of a suspected bicycle thief who fled from police is recovered from a harbour.
Japan is preparing for the arrival of the powerful typhoon, Vongfong, the BBC's Rupert Wingfield-Hayes reports from Tokyo.
Wigan's Ben Flower apologises for punching St Helens' Lance Hohaia, who holds "no grudge" following Saints' Grand Final win.
The chief of police in Iraq's Anbar province, the scene of an offensive by Islamic State, is killed in a roadside bomb attack, officials say.
A new Indian football league is launching on Sunday, in a country where cricket has traditionally been a more popular sport.
Teachers should take a public oath committing themselves to the values of their profession, suggests Labour's Tristram Hunt.
A minute's silence will be held to mark the 30th anniversary of the IRA bomb attack on a Brighton hotel during the Conservative party conference.
One in 10 requests for web links to be removed from search results under European "right to be forgotten" laws have come from the UK, Google says.
Sunday's papers have a mixed bag of lead stories. Islamic State fighters' latest battle successes, and polls showing potential substantial claims for UKIP at the election, are both discussed.