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Rangers aim to avoid general meeting called by Dave King as they confirm Ibrox could be used for security.
A two-legged puppy who hops around Morpeth is being mistaken for a kangaroo.
A 19-year-old man is airlifted to hospital with a suspected broken arm after falling while walking on snow and ice-covered Snowdon wearing a pair of trainers.
People could be paying too much for dental treatment because dentists are not being clear about their prices, consumer champion Which? has found.
Derbyshire Police investigates an alleged assault against a Nottingham Forest player at the end of a match at Derby County.
Cardiff is amongst the fastest growing cities in the UK while Swansea and Newport are struggling, according to a new study.
Talks aimed at resolving the dispute between Northern Ireland Water and its staff are due to begin later after a weekend when more than 1,000 customers were left without a water supply
An urgent inquiry is needed into the way in which British Transport Police handles data, according to the Home Affairs Select Committee chairman.
Match of the Day 2 presenter Mark Chapman discusses Arsenal, Hull City and Falcao with Robbie Savage, Trevor Sinclair and Henry Winter.
An additional £10m is pledged by the Scottish government to help fund the construction of the Dundee branch of the V&A Museum.
Rafael Nadal returns to Grand Slam action with a win, but Ana Ivanovic is a shock exit on day one of the Australian Open.
The BBC's Ibrahima Diané returns to his home country to look at the particular problems facing Guinea in its fight against Ebola.
The reported theft by Chinese spies of designs for Australia's new warplane, the US-built F-35 Joint Strike Fighter jet, highlights cyber-espionage risks, Australia's FM says.
Finance Minister Simon Hamilton will officially unveil the budget at Stormont later.
Northern Ireland Secretary Theresa Villiers is due to appear before the Westminster committee investigating the On the Runs scheme.
EU foreign ministers are meeting to discuss the threat of terrorism in Europe in the wake of recent deadly attacks in France.
Coming-of-age drama Boyhood has added to its haul of film awards by winning the top prize from the London Critics' Circle.
The trade in bees used for honey or to pollinate crops could have a devastating impact on wild bees and other insects, say scientists.
Houthi rebels exchange fire with the army in Yemen's capital, Sanaa, two days after they abducted the president's chief of staff.
Wealth amassed by the richest 1% will soon overtake the amount owned by everyone else in the world, says charity group Oxfam.