A "damning" report into how a man with paranoid schizophrenia was released from a Denbighshire hospital only to murder a woman in Tenerife months later is expected to be released later.
South Wales Police are searching for a missing 11-year-old boy who has not been seen since Monday.
Plans to build new runways at Heathrow and Gatwick will cost substantially more than bidders estimate, the Airports Commission says.
The captain of the South Korean ferry which sank in April has been found guilty of gross negligence and sentenced to 36 years in prison. Lucy Hockings explains how the disaster unfolded.
A cap on interest rates on payday loans from January 2015 is announced by UK regulator the Financial Conduct Authority.
As Patrick Reed awaits punishment for his homophobic outburst, Iain Carter asks if it is time for golf to open up over discipline.
Thousands of people will pay tribute to those who have died in battles since World War One as part of Armistice Day commemorations around Wales.
A hearing into Welsh athletes Rhys Williams and Gareth Warburton failing doping tests is delayed until December, 2014.
Millions of pounds worth of property and land along the preferred route for an M4 relief road around Newport is owned by the Welsh government, BBC Wales can reveal.
A BBC Spotlight investigation uncovers 731 photographs of schoolgirls from Northern Ireland on a pornographic website used by paedophiles.
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi sets off on a tour which will take in summits and key bilateral talks in Myanmar, Australia and Fiji.
A swan has caused a queue of aircraft at Heathrow, leaving passengers waiting while staff tried to escort it from the runway.
At least 50 people are killed after a passenger bus collided with a truck in southern Pakistan.
The Who are joined by some of the bands they have influenced at a rehearsal for a special charity concert.
Labour plans to use an opposition day debate next week to give MPs a chance to vote on the European Arrest Warrant, the BBC understands.
A facility in County Antrim that works to reduce the harm caused by drugs will close early next year because of a lack of funding.
World governments are breaking promises to phase out subsidies for fossil fuels, a report by the Overseas Development Institute says.
Former England footballer Jimmy Greaves is to auction the World Cup winner's medal fans campaigned for more than 40 years for him to receive.
The UN mediator in the Syrian conflict, Staffan de Mistura, tells the BBC he believes there is a fresh opportunity to resolve the country's crisis.
Social networking giant Facebook said its new messaging service now has more than 500 million users - more than doubling since April.