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Forensics experts begin digging an area in Ramsey near where they believe a man was murdered 25 years ago.
Greece denies reports it is preparing to default on its loans if it cannot reach agreement on its bailout terms with international creditors.
A Newport newsagent could lose its licence over allegations it sold alcohol to 55 children aged as young as 11.
Manchester City striker Toni Duggan apologises for an "error of judgement" after posing for a photograph with Louis van Gaal.
UK's inflation rate remained at zero last month, official figures show
Detectives searching for a missing London schoolgirl release a CCTV image of her with a unknown man on a city street.
Firefighters across the UK are being trained to cope with large animals that have got into difficulty, as Sian Lloyd reports.
A Japanese court blocks the restart of two nuclear reactors in the western city of Takahama after locals raise safety concerns.
The BBC's Mark Urban looks into the consequences of Western nations not spending enough on their military capability.
Centrica says Mark Hodges will be the new managing director of British Gas, ending an 11-month search for a new leader.
From chopping the ingredients to doing the washing up - an all-action "robo-chef" for the home is being developed by a London-based company.
A Scottish man is tested for Ebola after returning from west Africa but health officials said it was "very unlikely" he would have the virus.
A child abuse watchdog says it has helped to identify and remove more than double the number of sexually explicit web pages depicting youngsters in 2014 - than in the previous year.
Budget retailer Poundland reports annual sales of more than £1bn for the first time, a rise of 11.8% on the previous year.
A 21-year-old man has been arrested at Birmingham Airport on suspicion of terrorism, police say.
Footage has emerged showing a man who was shot by a white police officer after apparently mistaking his gun for a Taser, trying to sell a gun.
David Cameron will launch the Conservatives' election manifesto with a promise to extend the right-to-buy scheme.
Two siblings left brain damaged from birth are awarded multimillion-pound payouts in "unprecedented" clinical negligence cases .
World champion Lewis Hamilton says he is mentally stronger this year than Mercedes team-mate Nico Rosberg after the Chinese Grand Prix.
An elderly golfer suffers leg injuries after stepping on a crocodile on a golf course in Port Douglas, Queensland.