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Small firms say they are suffering from an excess of red tape and paperwork with new powers for Wales resulting in more regulations.
A pill designed to reduce alcohol consumption among problem drinkers looks set to be made available to NHS patients in England and Wales.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi is making his first radio speech in a bid to reach out to tens of millions of Indians with no access to television.
The funeral is to take place later of two nuns who were killed in a car crash earlier this week in County Down.
UK Prime Minister David Cameron arrives in Kabul for talks with new Afghan President Ashraf Ghani.
The chief constable says budget restraints will impact negatively on the force's ability to police interface areas.
Lewis Hamilton on how his love for the Suzuka track started during his childhood when he played it on a computer game.
Kurdish fighters are being trained by the German army in Northern Bavaria.
The government launches pilot schemes to help unemployed people with mental health problems find work.
Leading screening companies say workplace drug testing has significantly increased as businesses become increasingly aware of occupational drug use.
Kate and Gerry McCann say press regulation is still not working, after receiving £55,000 in libel damages from the Sunday Times.
The BBC's Question Time is criticised by the sister of Alice Gross after it featured a question relating to the murdered schoolgirl.
As Max Verstappen makes his Formula 1 debut at just 17 years old, BBC Sport look back at some other young achievers.
Police forces are struggling to cope with the mountain of child abuse images they have to deal with, according to children's charity the NSPCC.
The Russian embassy is honouring 30 war veterans in Southampton for taking crucial supplies to Russia during World War Two.
Public health officials in Texas are tracking 100 people who are believed to have had contact with the first man to be diagnosed with Ebola in the US.
Protesters blockading key parts of Hong Kong agree to talks with the government, hours after Chief Executive CY Leung rejected calls to step down.
The Australian cabinet gives its approval for fighter jets to join US-led air strikes against Islamic State targets in Iraq.
A freelancer working for NBC News in Liberia is to be flown home to the US after contracting the virus, which has claimed more than 3,000 lives.
A US appeals court rules Texas can enforce restrictions on abortion clinics under a contested state law, which may force many such facilities to close.