Thoughtless selfie leads to a happy ending
The theme park where all the staff have dwarfism
Passions are high over Malta bird-hunting vote
Election health pledges, images from the London diamond heist and a look ahead to a big sporting weekend make the front pages.
The Lib Dems will be highlighting their Scottish NHS funding commitment as they join the Conservatives, SNP and Labour on the weekend campaign trail.
The BBC's Will Gompertz considers what it takes to be a great museum director.
Tennis star Andy Murray is to marry his long-time girlfriend Kim Sears in his home town of Dunblane.
X-Men star James McAvoy pledges £125,000 to help aspiring actors follow in his footsteps at Glasgow's Royal Conservatoire of Scotland (RCS).
Labour is pledging one-to-one midwife care for women during childbirth in England, as it confirms a promise to recruit 3,000 more midwives.
A man driving an ambulance - who police say was not an ambulance staff member - dies in a crash with a bus near York.
Sir Ranulph Fiennes becomes the oldest Briton to finish the Marathon des Sables after running for six days.
Why electric car buyers may need to hurry
India formally protests to Pakistan over its decision to release on bail the suspected mastermind of the 2008 Mumbai terror attacks.
A Conservative government would put an extra £8bn into the NHS in England by 2020, David Cameron will say - but Labour says it is a panic move and is unfunded.
Ten California officers have been placed on administrative lead after they were filmed beating a suspect during his arrest.
Bournemouth edge closer to promotion to the Premier League after two second-half goals seal victory over Brighton.
Labour accuses George Galloway of breaching election law by making false statements about its candidate in the Bradford West seat he's defending.
Jordan Spieth takes command of the Masters with a superb six-under-par 66 for a four-shot clubhouse lead.
The family of a boy who was partially blinded after being hit in the eye with a fairy wand by a classmate in school has lost a High Court battle for damages.
A woman who survived the Holocaust and was in Bergen-Belsen as World War Two ended has met one of the British soldiers who liberated the camp.