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A court ruling on a Christian-run bakery's refusal to make a cake with a slogan supporting gay marriage is to be made public later.
A project is being launched which will see thousands of school children experiment on seeds that have spent six months on the International Space Station.
Anglesey overtakes Merthyr Tydfil as the area with the highest proportion of overweight or obese children, according to an annual survey by Public Health Wales.
The armed forces must "redouble" their efforts to stop sexual harassment, the Army's former most senior female officer Brigadier Nicky Moffat says.
The government is urged to lower the drink-drive limit in England and Wales to bring it in line with Scotland, where the law was changed at the end of 2014.
Egyptian security forces are using sexual violence against detainees on a massive scale, according to human rights campaigners.
PM Tony Abbott rules out giving amnesties to Australians who regret joining militant groups abroad, as three men reportedly negotiate a return.
A cyber security expert is reported to have told an FBI agent he was able to control a plane engine from his seat after hacking the on-board computer system.
Greek Finance Minister Yanis Varoufakis says he expects to reach an agreement with the country's international creditors within the next week.
A look inside deadly biker gangs of the US
The Police Federation hasn't locked horns with government this year, but the pace of reform of the organisation is slow, says Danny Shaw.
Is the British front garden disappearing?
Charlie Hebdo cartoonist "Luz" who designed its cover image of Muhammad after the Paris attacks announces he is leaving the magazine.
'I have a knack for pop' says Brandon Flowers
Scientists have figured out how to brew morphine using the same kit used to make beer at home.
Pressures to free up mental health beds may be leaving vulnerable people at risk, says a watchdog.
Britain's Got Talent boss Simon Cowell offers his services for the next leaders' debate, promising if he produced it there would be a trap door, clap-o-meter, music and fire.
A book prize worth £40,000 is seeking a new backer after its current supporter announced it would not be renewing its title sponsorship beyond two years.
Alexander McCall Smith wins the Bollinger Everyman Wodehouse Prize for his comic novel Fatty O'Leary's Dinner Party.
British astronaut Tim Peake invites school children to help him in an experiment to learn more about how to grow food in space.