Labour seeks to play down shadow chancellor Ed Balls' apparent inability to remember the name of the party's small business task force leader Bill Thomas.
A County Antrim man is discharged from an Australian hospital, a month after he was left critically ill when he was allegedly being punched by his brother.
An eyewitness in an office building says he thinks the pilot of a TransAsia Airways plane that crashed in Taipei was trying to avoid buildings as the plane went down.
Hospitals across Wales are considering fining smokers on-the-spot if found smoking on hospital grounds.
Footage of the TransAsia Airways crash in Taipei appears to show the plane hitting the bridge moments before plunging into a river.
Former BP chief executive Lord Browne warns that North Sea oil operators must cut their costs so they can compete globally.
Proposals for a city region involving Cardiff, Newport and Bristol will be unveiled on Wednesday.
As new figures show cancer cases remain on the rise in Wales, a charity calls for more help for smokers to quit their habit.
School principals appeal to Northern Ireland's education minister to retain a scheme that provides work for hundreds of newly qualified teachers and extra help for pupils.
A crash barrier removed from the site where there have been two fatal accidents should be replaced, according to a leading expert in highway safety.
The first raw tobacco processing plant ever to be discovered in Northern Ireland is raided by customs officers.
A woman is charged after the death of a baby who was found injured in the Longstone area of Edinburgh.
The skeleton of a victim from one of Australia's most famous shipwrecks - and the subsequent massacre - is unearthed by archaeologists.