Controversial French comedian Dieudonne is found guilty of condoning terrorism over a Facebook comment about January's Paris attacks.
Thousands of chickens were killed when temperatures at a poultry farm soared to 36 C (97 F), a court hears.
Prince Harry has met some of the wounded service personnel who are taking part in the 1,000 mile (1,609 km) trek around Britain later this year.
A bereaved father who lost his son in the Hillsborough disaster receives a personal apology from police match commander David Duckenfield after confronting him outside court.
The chancellor tries to boost research and innovation with plans for loans for postgraduate research students.
Pupils from The Observatory School in the Wirral are sailing a yacht to MediaCityUK in Salford for BBC School Report day. Follow their progress here.
The US embassy in Tokyo reports receiving phone calls threatening Ambassador Caroline Kennedy and another diplomat.
The Aurora Borealis, also known as the Northern Lights, have been creating a fabulous show across large parts of the Britain, and across the globe.
The BBC understands that Nobel-winning structural biologist Venki Ramakrishnan is set to become the next president of the Royal Society.
George Osborne outlines his vision for building a "northern powerhouse" in his final budget ahead of the general election.
The European Commission lays out plans to clamp down on so-called sweetheart tax deals between governments and multinational corporations.
A Missouri death row inmate is executed despite legal appeals that he had a diminished mental capacity because of a brain injury.
Bomb disposal officers are called to a security alert in the grounds of a Catholic church in Coalisland, County Tyrone.
The headlines of the tax, spending and borrowing announcements in the Budget are explained in a four minute guide.
The chancellor has delivered his pre-election Budget, so what do the announcements mean for your finances?
An operation to lift a 27-tonne frame on to the roof of Winchester Cathedral is under way.
Severn Bridge tolls for cars and vans will be cut to £5.40 in 2018, the chancellor announces in his Budget speech.
Companies that move their profits overseas to avoid tax will be subject to a "diverted profits tax" from next month, the chancellor has said.
Chancellor George Osborne has reduced the amount of Budget surplus he is aiming for by the end of the next parliament.
Europe will not be mounting a sample-return mission to an asteroid, having rejected the MarcoPolo concept at the third time of asking.