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A five-year plan to increase golf tourism and the economic benefits the sport brings to Northern Ireland is announced by Stormont's enterprise minister.
Watch the best tries of the 2015 Six Nations, featuring Scotland's Stuart Hogg against Wales and Jonathan Joseph's score in England's match with Italy.
The latest report into Belfast's School of Dentistry says the centre remains fit to retain its registration, but highlights ongoing problems that still have not been addressed.
A Carmarthen school at the centre of a police investigation into claims of historical abuse is criticised by care inspectors in a new report.
Widespread fraud in the licensing of security guards to work in some of the UK's most sensitive sites is exposed by a BBC investigation.
A BBC investigation finds hospital healthcare assistants are working without proper training or supervision, putting patients at risk.
MPs on Commons select committees should get a £10,000 pay rise as part of a shake-up of the legislative process, a think tank says.
One of William Smith's original 1815 geological maps of England, Wales and part of Scotland is re-discovered in time to celebrate the 200th anniversary of its making.
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The desktop version of the BBC News website will be switched off on Monday and all visitors will be directed to a newer "responsive" design.
Asian commodities trading giant Noble Group says it will launch legal proceedings over allegations made against the firm.
The parents of five-year-old Ashya King, who were jailed after taking him abroad for treatment for a brain tumour, say their son is now free of cancer.
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The people of Nigeria, Africa's most populous nation, are due to vote in presidential elections on Saturday.
Efforts to rebuild the Pacific Island nation of Vanuatu are gaining speed, as relief supplies begin to reach remote islands.
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Mosquitoes could bring diseases such as dengue fever and West Nile virus to the UK within the next few decades, disease experts are warning.
The last remaining women in China who had their feet bound reveal their pride to photographer Jo Farrell.
A Conservative election candidate suspended over allegations he plotted with the English Defence league is likely to be removed from the party in days, a source tells the BBC.