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One of the tugs holding the stricken cargo ship Hoegh Osaka in the Solent crashes into the vessel during high winds.
The Scottish government announces that it will make an extra £65m available to the NHS in the next financial year.
Following her daughter's appearance on the BBC1 show, the actress says online bullies make her 'sick'.
Broadcasters should "empty-chair" David Cameron if he refuses to take part in TV debates on the general election, Ed Miliband says.
Eighteen hundred extra people attended hospital emergency departments across Northern Ireland in the past 15 days, the chief medical officer has said.
Greenock's cruise terminal predicts that this year it will become the first Scottish port to handle 100,000 passengers.
Roger Federer secures the 1,000th victory of his career by beating Milos Raonic to win the Brisbane International title.
Anita Ekberg, star of La Dolce Vita, dies in hospital at the age of 83.
One of seven people arrested over the murder of a Chinese restaurant owner in County Antrim on Thursday is released unconditionally.
Labour leader Ed Miliband calls for new rules to force energy companies to reduce customers' bills.
Almost 10,000 people in the north of Scotland are still without electricity after gale force winds brought down power lines on Friday.
Swansea have agreed a deal in the region of £30m to sell top-scorer Wilfried Bony to Premier League champions Manchester City.
A body found on a beach in Sussex is believed to be that of a second man who was swept out to sea after standing by the water's edge for a dare.
A girl is charged with the murder of a teenager who was stabbed to death in an east London street.
Movie producer Samuel Goldwyn Jr, whose credits included Mystic Pizza and The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, dies aged 88.
BBC Inside Out discovers the forgotten 'ghost signs' or old advertisement billboards which can be found on gable ends across towns and cities in Britain.
Reports from Pakistan say at least 57 people have been killed in a crash involving a bus and an oil tanker near Karachi.
As big names from the world of sport, music and theatre call on government action on ticket touts, ticketing specialist Reg Walker explains how ''extremely sophisticated'' software is used to harvest tickets in bulk.
An independent cancer task force is being set up in England, to try to diagnose the disease earlier.
A man is charged with causing death by dangerous driving and vehicle theft after a 19-year-old woman dies in a crash in Newport.