Hundreds of people have descended on Folkestone beach in a bid to get their hands on a share of buried gold worth £10,000.
Swansea University scientists are conducting the largest field trial in Europe to find new ways of killing Japanese knotweed.
The leader of Swansea council resigns saying he will focus on building the city's regional and national profile.
Health Minister Edwin Poots outlines how the health service will be impacted by potential cuts in a paper seen by the BBC.
Relatives have been helping Bet Davies from Flint to celebrate her 106th birthday.
Leeds United manager Dave Hockaday is sacked after only six games in charge of the Championship side.
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Nigeria's President Goodluck Jonathan formally launches a national electronic identity card, which can also be used to make payments.
Police launch investigation after a number of people apparently attempt to sell their votes in the referendum online.
Egypt has opened an investigation into ousted President Mohammed Morsi for allegedly handing over secret files to Qatar, state media report.
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The US supermarket chain Market Basket agrees to sell to former boss Arthur T Demoulas, ending a months-long strike amongst workers and customers.
Malaysia Airlines says the full financial impact of the two tragedies to hit the company will be seen in the second half of the year.
A video gamer in Denver was dramatically involved in a raid by armed police acting on an assumed hoax call - and the incident was broadcast live online.
Hollywood stars Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie have married in France, a spokesman confirms.
A student who was punched in the face at the Notting Hill Carnival for telling a man not to grope her says she would do the same again.
A man who threw a glass bottle while drunk, shattering a car windscreen and badly injuring a nine-year-old girl, is jailed.