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A campaign to challenge people to get creative is launched, backed by stars including Dame Judi Dench and Johnny Vegas.
The number of men taking their own lives in the UK reached its highest level for more than a decade, official figures show.
Greece has formally asked the eurozone for a loan extension after weeks of wrangling over its international bailout.
Ulster Bank has said it is creating 350 jobs at its Belfast call centre.
Led Zeppelin's Jimmy Page talks to Gavin Esler about the 40th anniversary rerelease of Physical Graffiti.
ITV News at Ten host Mark Austin is named the UK's best TV news presenter for the second year in a row by the Royal Television Society.
Qatar recalls its ambassador from Egypt after being accused of supporting terrorism in a row about air strikes on Islamic State targets in Libya.
The mental health trust for Norfolk and Suffolk is the first in England to be put in special measures.
RAF jets were scrambled on Wednesday after two Russian military aircraft were seen off the coast of Cornwall, the Ministry of Defence says.
Celebrities speak out after homophobic beating
Five teenagers are charged in France with vandalising hundreds of Jewish graves with what prosecutors describe as a clear "anti-Semitic motive".
Meet the Kazakh middleweight with the hardest fists in boxing as he gets ready to face Britain's Martin Murray.
Played 24, lost 24. BBC Sport looks at London Welsh's nightmare season and how players cope with the pressure of a losing run.
Competition levels in investment and corporate banking services are be investigated by the UK's financial regulator, the Financial Conduct Authority.
Ukraine's call for the deployment of UN-mandated peacekeepers "aims to destroy" the Minsk accords, Russia's UN ambassador says.
Retiring jockey AP McCoy confirms he is set to ride Carlingford Lough in next month's Cheltenham Gold Cup.
Police searching for an 11-year-old boy in a Carmarthen river name him as Cameron Comey.
Rory Cellan-Jones looks at whether email has had its day
Captain John Terry wants to extend his Chelsea playing career by 12 months, having made more than 650 appearances in 16 years.
A prisoner who escaped from custody in the Republic of Ireland and was later arrested in Belfast is receiving hospital treatment after he stabbed himself in the stomach.