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The filming of action sequences has been restricted by authorities in Paris following last month's attacks in the French capital.
A bar that advertised a night encouraging people to dress like Jimmy Savile is criticised by the NSPCC for making light of the serial sex offender's crimes.
Shaun Edwards says England risk being penalised if they use 'league' tactics in Friday's Six Nations opener in Cardiff.
Stephen Fry talks about his delight at hosting the Baftas again, married life and those remarks about religion
An audience member has been arrested at the Vienna State Opera for persistently sneaking into more expensive seats.
A woman whose mother and sister were murdered calls for a public inquiry into the state's response to domestic violence.
A freight train has derailed near Georgemas Junction in the Highlands.
Shares in Tate & Lyle slump after it issues its third profit warning in a year, hurt by weak trading at its sweeteners business.
Waiting times in A&E units in England have worsened slightly, latest figures shows.
Both engines failed on TransAsia plane that crashed into a Taiwan river killing at least 35 people, investigators say
Eight people were in a minibus reported to have overturned near Abergavenny on Friday morning.
Tennis star Andy Murray is to marry his fiancee Kim Sears on 11 April, it has been confirmed.
Wales look the better side and have home advantage but England will make it a lot closer than people think, says Jonathan Davies.
BBC Sport reports on the crowd trouble which overshadowed the Africa Cup of Nations semi-final between Ghana and hosts Equatorial Guinea.
The glitz and glamour of Hollywood will arrive in London for the BAFTAs on Sunday.
Gary Locke is placed in charge of the Kilmarnock first team after Allan Johnston's expected departure is brought forward.
West Brom ready to sell Saido Berahino, West Ham eye Steven Caulker, Man Utd want PSV winger Memphis Depay and more.
Budget retailer Poundland agrees to buy 99p Stores for £55m, subject to approval by competition authorities.
A young boy who once gave bone marrow to his sister is now in urgent need of a transplant himself, but faces an uphill battle because the number of registered donors from ethnic minorities is low.
Robbie Savage gives his verdict on which teams will survive in the Premier League - and who is heading for the Championship.