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Mark Ronson's collaboration with Bruno Mars spends its third week at number one in the first UK singles chart of 2015, setting an Official Chart streaming record.
Leicester boss Richard Cockerill says Manu Tuilagi will be fit this month but he could still miss the Six Nations' opener.
Seven remaining wind turbines have been shut down at a wind farm near Fintona, County Tyrone, where a 100-metre high turbine collapsed on Friday night, its owners say.
Hundreds of police officers turn their backs on the mayor of New York at the funeral of an officer shot dead last month.
Laura Robson will miss the Australian Open and plans to return in February after more than a year out with a wrist injury.
The NHS is to investigate claims that a senior doctor at a Leeds hospital took cocaine and other illegal drugs shortly before going on duty.
Christians in Surabaya held a special service for 41 missing members of a single congregation, reports the BBC's Martin Patience.
The victims of a light aircraft crash in Hampshire are named as a married couple whose six-year-old son remains critically ill in hospital.
Sir Alex Ferguson makes a grand arrival for Manchester United's FA Cup third-round trip to League One side Yeovil.
The owner of the Phoenix Suns basketball team has made an £18m offer to buy a controlling stake in Rangers.
Premier League Stoke City come from behind to edge out Conference side Wrexham and reach round four of the FA Cup.
James Milner scores twice, including an injury-time winner, as Manchester City beat Sheffield Wednesday in the FA Cup.