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Sergio Garcia and Rory McIlroy are among players to criticise the state of the Chambers Bay greens at the US Open.
Hundreds of thousands of tiny crabs have been washing up on Southern California's beaches, after warm ocean currents carried them closer to the shoreline than usual.
Nearly half of care homes in England are below the required standard, according to figures from the Care Quality Commission.
Normal water supplies are restored to most of the households in North Lanarkshire told not to drink or wash with their tap water.
An extra £34m will be spent on recruiting and training nurses, pharmacists and therapists to work alongside GPs to prevent unnecessary hospital admissions.
The Welsh government breached its own Welsh language policy when recruiting a new children's commissioner, an investigation finds.
Exploris aquarium will remain closed for the peak summer season as it has emerged its refurbishment programme has suffered a £214,000 funding setback.
The suicide rate for men in Wales is at its highest since 1981, with a 23% rise between 2012 and 2013, the Samaritans says.
Denmark's opposition beats the ruling coalition in the general election, with an anti-immigration party becoming the second largest in parliament.
An oil tanker that was hijacked by pirates last week off Singapore's coast has been released, the Malaysian Navy says.
A disabled man who secretly recorded verbal abuse by a hospital doctor receives an apology from the NHS.
At least 27 people die after consuming toxic alcohol in India's western city of Mumbai, local police say.
Prayers are held in South Carolina and across the US after the killing of nine people at an African-American church in Charleston.
A driving instructor who was photographed asleep in a car with a learner at the wheel is sacked.
A group of eight Brazilian senators on a visit to Venezuela to meet a jailed opposition leader say they had to flee after their bus was attacked.
A funfair that formed the centrepiece of seaside days out for generations of day-trippers to Kent is reopening after an £18m restoration.
Why is India in a twist over yoga day?
A yarn bomber in a Hertfordshire town says vandals who repeatedly remove her woollen artwork and throw it around are doing her "a big favour".
From the beginning of next month, head teachers will be expected to play a much bigger part in preventing extremism.
Thailand confirms its first case of Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (Mers), the deadly virus that has killed 24 people in South Korea.