The government sells another tranche of shares in taxpayer-backed Lloyds Banking Group, reducing its stake in the bank to below 20%.
Easyjet reports a profit for the first half of its financial year, helped by lower fuel prices, a weaker euro and a strong finish to the ski season.
A Singapore court is to give its verdict in the case of a teenager accused of wounding religious feelings in a video critical of late PM Lee Kuan Yew.
BBC Sport commentator David Coulthard says F1 drivers are not being challenged enough and suggests areas for improvement.
A historic building on Royal Deeside is destroyed by fire in the early hours of the morning.
French President Francois Hollande has met Cuba's 1959 revolutionary leaders Fidel and Raul Castro on a historic trip to Havana.
Schools, hospitals and businesses will have to separate their waste for recycling under new legislation being put forward by Welsh ministers.
Swindon boss Mark Cooper describes his side's thrilling 7-6 play-off semi-final victory as a "freak" and "ridiculous".
The detective leading the investigation into the murder of former senior IRA man Gerard 'Jock' Davison describes the inquiry as "very challenging".
Plans to hold a referendum on EU membership are unhelpful for businesses in Wales and could lead to reduced investment, according to an industry body.
Plans for a law to ensure Welsh hospitals have enough nurses on duty at all times are backed by AMs.
The Stroke Association says the number of strokes suffered by men in Northern Ireland aged between 40 and 54 has more than doubled over the last 12 years.
Eurostar's problem with collectors of old artillery
Picasso's Women of Algiers has become the most expensive painting to sell at auction, going for $179.3m (£115m) at Christie's in New York.
Asian shares trade mixed after a lacklustre lead from Wall Street as confidence was dampened by uncertainty over Greece's debt deal.
An exhibition of pictures by the Irish photographer